- Geek & Sci-Fi
Think you know something about perfectly cracking an egg? YOU KNOW NOTHING.
Raccoons perform the Heimlich Maneuver slightly different than humans do. Also they're not choking.
The NHL's trade deadline has come and gone; some teams improved with hopes to make a Stanley Cup run while others planned for the future by trading away veterans for prospects.
Cinefix rallied up some kids to re-enact this year's Best Picture Oscar nominees and the results were hilarious and adorable -- and informative.
When this kid starts having a toddler meltdown, his big brother calls it like he sees it.
We've all been there kid.
'Tis the season for learning new things, like how to tell the big man in the chimney how you really feel.
This girl has some pretty slick dance moves, but then again so does her father. Who wins?
This kid has probably got an entire lifetime of rejection by women ahead of him.
You wouldn't expect a Brad Maddox story to have to come with a cuteness warning, but here we are.
Mom laughs during kid's "Frozen" performance and gets absolutely scolded in response.
The best 'I Believe' chant video from this World Cup comes to us from Camp Sunshine, where 232 kids with cancer are cheering for the US.
Could this young girl and her big rottweiler friend be the newest musical duo to take the Internet by storm? Yes, please.
KFC has turned to a third-party investigator to determine whether or not the 3-year old dog attack victim was in one of its restaurants.
A Chicago boy earned hero status last week, when he stopped a man from kidnapping his 10-year old neighbor.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have adopted 'Buckle Up, Baby!' as a battle cry thanks to this ridiculously adorable toddler named Ty.
This 1-year old boy named Wesley is really enjoying his first NCAA Tournament, and you'll definitely enjoy watching him.
While his grandfather's team, the St. Joe's Hawks, were eliminated from the NCAA Tournament, 4-year old Philip Martelli still became a star on national TV.
St. Joseph's Coach Phil Martelli has a 4-year old grandson who is stealing the show at Hawks games by imitating his grandfather in the crowd.