Star and creator of Drunk History on Comedy Central joins Jeff for a candid one-on-one chat about the show's success.
If you like this pilot episode from the director of "Amelie", it could be made into a series. Here's our review.
For the first time, a rocket has touched the edge of space and then successfully landed back on Earth in one piece. It all makes for one heck of an advertisement.
CNET takes a peek at the science, history and culture behind the Nobel Prize and the mysteries of the CERN supercollider at Singapore's ArtScience Museum.
Members of the sketch comedy group Loading Ready Run tell CNET about their strange journey for charity, driving from Phoenix to Las Vegas and back again (and again and again) in the game Desert Bus.
These three vessels are the embodiment of British naval power from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. We toured all three at the National Museum of the Royal Navy in Portsmouth, England.
From sails and cannon to generators and torpedoes, these three ships represent British naval technology from over three centuries. Follow our photo tour of all three vessels.
How did the ghouls that haunt Halloween get their start? Where were werewolves, vampires and zombies lurking before taking over Hollywood? We dig for the roots of the creatures that have scared us for centuries.
These days werewolves can be fun, exciting and even a little sexy, but in early modern period Europe, they were deemed a very real and dangerous threat.
What might have happened during the Battle of Endor if no one understood what Nien Nunb was saying? Machinima's "Real Fake History" interviews the co-pilots who could have ruined it for us all.