In what can only be described as a classic case of "fowl" play on the part of supermarkets, shoppers are being totally duped into thinking they're eating homegrown turkeys for Christmas dinner, while in reality they hail from the European Union.
This makes the Wisconsin resident the first person to give birth as a man, following a previous pregnancy as a woman.
A webcomic about the Thai political crisis has just found another “mission” on the web – it was turned into a viral meme about a guy who refuses to have sex with a girl because of his principles. Amused netizens have been recently sharing their own versions to social networks.
The New Jersey rock musician, whose band sold millions of records, has died several days after indicating on his Facebook page that he was recovering from a recent injury and was looking forward to returning to the road.
A British YouTuber who previously got his head literally cemented inside a microwave oven, has now managed to get his skull stuck in another home appliance.
A "disturbing" video showing animal cruelty has caused a storm of public outrage. During the summer, a video surfaced showing three young men on a speedboat with a shark being dragged behind it with a rope.
The move sent shockwaves throughout the social media, as users blasted the controversial decision.
The social media giant has been facing significant criticism from its former senior executives, who keep attacking the network's effects on society.
The presence of hundreds of thousands of perfectly-formed balls of ice in the water off the Russian coast in the Gulf of Finland has caused a stir on the internet, with users not sure just what to make of the odd phenomenon.
The Language Council of Norway has voted "falske nyheter" ("fake news") the new word of the year in Norwegian. None other than US President Donald Trump was credited with the avalanche-like spread of the notion.
Taking Sassy to the next level, US Senate candidate Roy Moore displayed his machismo, arriving in Gallant, Alabama, on horseback Tuesday morning to cast his ballot in the state's special election.
Dr. Kyle Sue of Canada’s Memorial University of Newfoundland seems to be mounting strong evidence that men actually suffer stronger symptoms of flu and are “usually” not exaggerating when the virus is looming upon them.
Even though the spinner craze has almost passed, some animals still find this toy pretty amusing! This talented resident of the Chelyabinsk Zoo finds true delight in spinning the toy, and zoo employees are now considering to make one especially for the animal.
You would be wrong to think that it has to be something unbearably loud that would make your hair stand on end. Instead recall the way in which movies like "Jaws" or "Jurassic Park" convey suspense.
A Danish school has unwittingly provoked a nationwide debate with its divisive decision to scrap a Christmas service in the local church, which many interpreted as a concession to Islam.
An unintentionally funny picture taken in Italy recently has proven once again why wrapping tropical trees with lights to boost festive spirits may be a bad idea.
The Swedish Armed Forces have been revealed to have bought dozens of pedigree service dogs worth ten times their normal value in a shady scheme. Additionally, no public tender was held, which is a clear violation of Swedish law. An internal review by the army, however, showed no irregularities.
Over the weekend, hearts melted and poured out for Keaton Jones, an 11-year-old from Knoxville, Tennessee, who was bullied by fellow classmates at school, after his mother posted a video of him on social media.
Late Sunday, Netflix, one of the largest online streaming companies, sent out a tweet on its US account regarding users watching its latest original film, "A Christmas Prince" that made people, well, a little concerned.
Scientists have different opinions about whether sex addiction should be considered a clinical condition or not. Some of them are confident that a constant desire for sex can have negative consequences for human health.
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