A rare, 28.84-carat white diamond was recently discovered in the Argyle Diamond Mine, located in the East Kimberley region of Western Australia.
An Australian freighter that was sunk by a Japanese submarine during World War II has been discovered “relatively intact” 77 years later in the Bass Strait between mainland Australia and Tasmania.
While eating breakfast every day has always been considered an important part of a healthy diet, a new study recently published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology has offered a new take on how important it is for individuals to not skip that first meal of the day.
Nearly two months after directing a racist tirade toward a passenger, a now-suspended airline employee faces a misdemeanor charge for disorderly conduct
The US Defense Department is looking for an easier way to repair US space infrastructure, especially in light of the vast expansion expected with the new Space Force. Their primary research hub thinks robots will be the answer.
A pilot died after the small, private plane he was flying crashed and exploded into flames seconds after taking off from Fullerton Municipal Airport in Southern California on Thursday at 7:50 p.m. local time.
Model Belle Lucia’s sun-kissed social media snapshots, which show her having the time of her life on the beach, have sparked an online debate, with many stating that her baby bump is too tiny to be seen at all.
Some people were just not feeling the holiday spirit this Easter.
The Swedish vlogger, whose leadership has been largely unrivalled until last year, has already won the hearts of 94 million-strong army of fans, who continue to stress when advocating for his support that YouTube should be ideally represented by an individual content creator rather than a commercial entity.
Apparently, Ye doesn't want you to come as you are; instead, he wants you to buy his $50 socks and a $225 hoody - a price tag not every believer deems appropriate.
As the US president addressed attendees before the festival surrounded by the First Lady and the Easter Bunny, social media users marveled at the spectacle and rushed to share their comments on the internet.
The company has come under fire multiple times over the past two years, with Facebook's controversial case being the mining of personal data for UK political consultancy firm Cambridge Analytica from 2015 to 2017.
Donald Trump's two-day working visit to the UK last July was accompanied by massive protests in real live and on social media alike. Today, it's virtually just the same as before.
Britain’s porn block, which is due to come into effect on 19 July, requires users to hand over ID in order to prove they are older than 18 before providing access to adult sites.
Estimates on how many Somalis died in the 1993 Battle of Mogadishu still vary, with some putting the death toll at 133, while others claiming that up to 1,000 people were killed.
Taumarunui, New Zealand resident Blake Horton witnessed an unusual sight when he arrived at a King Country McDonald's in the morning.
Pornhub's social media manager Aria Nathaniel adds significantly to the world’s most popular porn site, boasting at least six million followers on Instagram and 1.25 million more on Twitter.
A large number of reviewers have found their revolutionary phone with folding display broken after a couple days of use. Thankfully for Samsung, the device’s numerous flaws have been discovered by reviewers before it made it to the shelves.
A recent measles outbreak that debilitated an El Al flight attendant has triggered Israel’s Ministry of Health to release a directive suggesting the airline inoculate their staff in an effort to curb the spread of the viral infection.
For nearly a month, an unknown party has been leaking key tools used by the hacker group APT34, or OilRig, onto the internet, along with the personal information of some of the group’s top management. Is it a “disgruntled insider,” or is this another Shadow Brokers-type attack, like the US National Security Agency experienced in 2016?