December 7th, 1941: a day which will live in infamy. But it almost lived in something else entirely. See how much you know about this fateful day in US history, and its aftermath, with our Pearl Harbor quiz.
According to song, "even old New York was once New Amsterdam." But how about all the other "new" places in the world, what did they used to be? And where was the original "Zealand," anyway? See how much you new, er, KNOW with this quiz!
License plates: they're fun things to spot on road trips, they're a good way to cast judgment on drivers who cut you off and they're the subject of this photo quiz! Can you guess which state these plates are from?
The new Common Core tests have triggered a backlash among parents because so many students are failing. The real 5th grade test is twice as long and it isn't multiple choice. We recommend lying down in a darkened room after you're done.
President John F. Kennedy and his stylish First Lady were hailed as American royalty. Admirers in the media compared his time in office to "Camelot" - the mythical castle of the legendary King Arthur, who reigned over an empire of promise and hope. Check your knowledge of Kennedy here.
They're the lifeblood of American history, their stories constantly retold (and sometimes remixed) for modern audiences. Test your knowledge of America's folk heroes - including some better described as villains - right here.
Mottoes: they capture the history and the character of a state. They are an excuse to whip out some Latin. They are a fun way to show you are capable of passing legislation. They're also the basis for this quiz, so Bonam fortunam! (Good luck!)
The First Lady has taken a strong lead on reducing obesity in America, especially among kids. Test your knowledge of her efforts to kick massive calorie counts to the curb! (Note: If you're an avid reader of this here site, you ought to do pretty well.)
Can you tell an Interstate from a US highway? Do you read maps for fun? Are you currently driving around lost? Great! See how much you know about the US highway system with this quiz (and no fair asking your GPS for help)...
Test your knowledge of the fringe religious and politically-tinged groups who've operated in the US over the years. (Warning: Some may be offended by or take issue with the association of certain groups with the term "cult.")
Happy Halloween, everybody! If this day has you feeling a little ominous, you're not alone...many of our elected leaders have been every bit as superstitious as you are. Now, grab that horseshoe and try your luck at our quiz on presidential superstitions!
EXIT, STAGE LEFT... The entertainment industry is riddled with liberals, right? Wrong! It's just mostly riddled with liberals. See if you can guess the sometimes surprising political affiliations of these stars - music, movies, TV and more - with this quiz.
Ron Paul has drawn fans from all over the political spectrum, from Tea Partiers to Occupiers. His legacy has been rich. So much so that his son, Rand Paul, is now fast becoming a household name. Test your knowledge of longtime Texas congressman Ron Paul here.
One perk to being legendary politician is having things named after you. The only problem: you are probably not alive to see it happen. Honor the legacies of past political figures by seeing how much you know about (the occasionally odd) things named after them.
State liquor laws can get notoriously strange. Sometimes, even discussing them can make it sound like you've had a few. Now, put on your drinking cap, and show how much you know about interstate boozing (and maybe keep yourself out of jail) with our state liquor law quiz!