"His internal CD player is skipping," joked one commenter in reaction to a video.
Myrtle Gonzalez starred in 80 silent films over the course of just five years between 1913 and 1917.
Marie Tharp was a geologist and oceanographic cartographer who created the first scientific map of the Atlantic Ocean floor.
"Now I'm hungry," said one commenter after viewing the viral puppy picture.
The two dogs not only play together, but also pine for one another when the other has been called indoors.
Lorde, who died in 1992, was a civil rights champion and famously described herself as "Black, lesbian, mother, warrior, poet."
The nodding Weiner dog dolls get their Wackeldackel name from "wackel" meaning wobble and "dackel" meaning dachshund.
Sharon Sara has secured a $30,000 college scholarship for winning the contest with her "Together As One" artwork.
The doodle shows a portrait of Anthony on a brick wall, while a line of diverse women wait to vote.
A profile on Will Rogers, who is honored in today's Google Doodle on what would have been his 140th birthday.
Players can interact either with their friends or with strangers around the globe.
The man behind early color photographs of Leo Tolstoy and pre-revolutionary Russia, Prokudin-Gorsky was born 155 years ago today.
The gnomes, like those commonly found in gardens today, were first designed in the 19th century in Germany.
Dr. Virginia Apgar once said she didn't marry because she hadn't found a man who could cook.
One year since her death, the Iraqi-born architect's success only highlights the long way still to go in achieving gender equality in architecture.