Is the Millennium Falcon alive? That's just one of the questions answered when I watched the original Star Wars films in the popular Machete Order.
Though some have called the new Hello Barbie creepy, Mattel's first-ever conversational doll actually has thousands of things to say.
Evidence has been discovered that caffeinated drinks were consumed in the American Southwest as early as 750 AD.
A new series of GIFs shows how US paper money has changed its look over 150 years. It's way more engrossing than it sounds.
The LA Phil will soon take Beethoven to the streets, in a truck fitted with a virtual-reality headset that immerses listeners in 360-degree, 3D Beethoven.
Another mind-bending discussion with Steve Guttenberg finds the guys discussing the existence of alien life and 20th century nostalgia. But first, Steve fake-pitches an idea for a new TV series to Russ and Jeff.
The research ship Atlantis deploys underwater submersibles named Sentry and Alvin to gather data on a sunken ship that may have been a trade vessel from the days of the American Revolution.
One of the world's foremost Nessie hunters says he no longer believes in the legend of a dinosaurlike creature patrolling the depths of a Scottish lake.
These ads had almost as much style as the vacuum cleaners they sold.
"ClearMotion," "TruMotion," "Motion Rate 240" and "Effective" refresh rates are not true refresh rates. Here's why.