Researchers from Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a new color-changing tattoo ink that responds to changes in the body, such as blood sugar and sodium levels.
Kazan-based fans of Cristiano Ronaldo took care of the view from the window of their idol during his upcoming stay in Russia; they painted a picture of Real Madrid and the Portugal national team's star football player on the wall of one of the houses next to the hotel where he will stay.
A giant, flying turkey as tall as a kangaroo roamed the wilds of Australia during the Pleistocene era, between 1.6 million and 10,000 years ago, palaeontologists from Flinders University in South Australia have announced – a shock discovery that adds to the ever-growing list of weird and wonderful extinct species.
Sweden prides itself as a recognized champion of human rights. However, its recently imported cultural values from the developing world may eventually shatter Sweden's shining image. Tens of thousands of women have been found to be suffering from genital mutilation, despite the fact that this immensely painful procedure is illegal.
Multiple reports Tuesday indicated that recently crowned NBA champions the Golden State Warriors have unanimously rejected the idea of making the customary visit to the White House because of the man in the Oval Office.
Since the dawn of man, humans have looked to the stars and been filled with wonder and questions. What’s out there? How can we go there, and when? Does the cosmos hold the answers that we seek about life and meaning? Now, scientists are beginning to seriously consider a new question: mechanically speaking, how do you bone in space?
As the reality of Brexit closes in on the UK, Berlin has noted a sharp uptick in German passport applications from citizens of the British isles.
An undocumented immigrant from Guinea traveling on forged papers has been arrested in Israel after allegedly sexually assaulting his Israeli girlfriend and infecting her with HIV.
In Jacksonville, Florida, a minor league baseball team will be giving out pregnancy tests as part of their Father’s Day promotion.
A diamond sold for £10 in a 1980s junk sale (roughly $34 in 2017 money) has been sold at a London auction for £656,750 ($836,000).
A unique footage of what appears to be the legendary martial artist Bruce Lee's "only real fight ever recorder" was recently revealed after being restored by a dedicated enthusiast.
Oliver Stone talked with Vladimir Putin about ice hockey, judo and horse riding.
Cambridge University has appointed a new "professor of play," who will lead new research into the way children play. The appointment has been funded by a £4 million ($5mln) endowment from the Lego Foundation.
Last year, the number of reported sexual assaults at Swedish summer festivals increased by an astounding 1,000 percent. This year, Sweden seems to be keeping up with last year's record pace, as the number of police reports at the Gröna Lund amusement park in Stockholm has already risen fourfold.
Runners participating in the Garden of the Gods 10 Mile race were in for a surprise when a black bear decided to crash the party.
It is difficult to convey Russia’s stance on international affairs to the US and Western European audience due to their state of "political schizophrenia," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Tuesday.
Norway's indubitable public enemy number one Anders Behring Breivik never ceases to amaze. Not only does he continue his struggle against the Norwegian penitentiary system over "inhumane" prison conditions, but has recently legally changed his name.
US professional basketball player Dennis Rodman is travelling to North Korea and expected to arrive there on Tuesday, media reported.
In the lead up to China's Cultural Heritage Day that falls Saturday, a series of short documentaries about a team of "magical" conservator-restorers has gone viral online.
China's central government has allocated another 30.7 billion yuan (about 4.52 billion US dollars) in funding to help people living in poverty, the finance ministry said Monday.
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