The popular legend that the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 started when a cow kicked over a lantern in a barn is almost certainly false.
Your eyes can trick your ears into mishearing things thanks to something called the McGurk effect.
Elon Musk has his own private school that teaches kids how to solve a problem instead of just teaching them the tools.
The jihadist group operating in Iraq and Syria is known by many names — ISIS, ISIL, Islamic State, and Daesh — with different parties preferring different terms.
Japanese farmers grow cube-shaped watermelons, which sometimes fetch hundreds of dollars from curious buyers.
Owners are posting videos of cats being startled into (hilarious) panic by immobile cucumbers placed next to them while they eat.
Pope Francis lends his vocals to a prog rock album Wake Up! that features his famous speeches.