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Mind-boggling statistics reveal the numbers behind July Fourth traditions. For starters, Americans eat 150 million hot dogs each year on the Fourth.
Here are some surprising things you likely didn't know about Jeff Bezos and Amazon's early days in Seattle.
These vintage photos of Burger King’s uniforms show how much the chain’s look has changed over time — along with its identity
Vintage photos of Burger King's uniforms show how much the brand's aesthetic have changed over the years, from funky to faded to Whopper stripes.
The inventor of toilet paper rolls hung them in the ‘over’ position — and a modern homemaking expert says he was right
Should you put your toilet paper roll in the "over" or "under" position? Society's greatest debate has been settled at last.
Fast food has existed since ancient Rome — where restaurants sold fish sauce and baked cheese — and narrowly survived 2 emperors
Fast food isn't a modern invention. The ancient Romans used to chow down at places called thermopolia.
Throughout history, groundbreaking female pilots have shattered the glass ceiling by taking to the skies.
DC Universe's "Swamp Thing" was canceled after airing just a single episode, but it is far from the only show that got axed so soon.
YouTube’s crackdown on extremist videos has inadvertently shut down educational channels featuring old Nazi footage
The videos were taken down in the wake of YouTube's announcement it would crack down on videos that glorify Nazi and other extremist ideologies.
Is Jack Black a time traveler? Have Nicolas Cage and John Travolta been warring for centuries? And just how long has Jay Z been in Brooklyn?
From Sex on the Beach to margaritas, here's how some of the most popular cocktails have supposedly gotten their names.