It isn't cats and dogs, but rains including fish, frogs and spiders have been recorded around the world.
Started as a terrible codename by some high school friends in the early 1970s, 420 is now a worldwide phenomenon.
This time, Stephen and Myke discuss extreme ironing, lawn mower racing and egg tapping.
In 1982, a series of murders rocked the country and changed consumer packaging forever.
Happy 3/14, everyone!
These optical phenomena can make anyone's day a little brighter.
One day, our Pale Blue Dot will become a fiery landscape of destruction.
Between diploma mills and lazy physicists, some animals have a pretty impressive educational status.
From magazines to television, conservation and preservation, the The National Geographic Society has been working to make the world a better place since 1888.
Every January 1, New Yorkers count in the new year by dropping a ball. As it turns out, that's is more complicated than it would seem.