-by strapping himself to a rocket 'like Wile E. Coyote'
60 Minutes Australia finally aired its footage three weeks after an incident in which its film crew was attacked by a group of masked men in Sweden.
Skeptics and believers alike tend to overlook the fact that the story of Atlantis, as told by the Egyptian priests who related the story to Solon, is a complex narrative involving three civilizations that supposedly existed contemporaneously with eac
Ernesto Gonzalez, also known as TITO4RE on YouTube has been pouring molten copper on random things for years. This time, he chose a McDonald's Big Mac as his next victim. You can check out his full video here.
Yisrael Kristal survived two world wars and the Holocaust but doesn't consider himself particularly remarkable, despite being named the world's oldest living man Friday at age 112.
How thieves used GPS tracker and remote-controlled pepper-spray launcher to subdue driver and steal 275lbs of gold in Hollywood-like heist
London, Paris and New York don't make top 35 as German-speaking cities dominate quality of life rankings
It would have been a first -- but it probably wasn't.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has revealed how he was "disruptive" as a teenager, forcing his parents to send him to a psychologist.
The infamous site is on the market for $200m - with the proviso that its owner, Hugh Hefner - comes too. Revellers and former staff reveal what life was really like behind closed doors.
The Hustler Honeys could soon displace the Playboy Bunnies at Hugh Hefner's Los Angeles party palace.
The small-town Tennessee couple that bought one of three magic tickets splitting the world-record $1.6 billion Powerball jackpot says they don't plan to quit their jobs or buy a new house.
Matthew Weaver of the Guardian reports retired MIT linguist Noam Chomsky's reply to a personal attack by Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan.
If at first you don't succeed, try, try again.
No ticket matched all six Powerball numbers following the drawing for a record jackpot of nearly $950 million, lottery officials said early Sunday, boosting the expected payout for the next drawing to a whopping $1.3 billion.
Was 2015 the worst year ever? Yes, yes it was.
Join me as I show you a collection of the weirdest and odd Christmas ornaments I have ever seen.
A Christmas advert released by German supermarket Edeka is melting hearts worldwide.
Earlier this week, a Monsanto research facility in France was burned to the ground. Monsanto and investigators suspect an arsonist was responsible for the blaze.
If consumers were made aware of 'chick grinding,' which is commonplace in most egg factories, producers and egg companies would have a public relations catastrophe to deal with.
I joked about this myself, thought dating sites ought to have "psycho-babe" and "psycho-dude" reports that ex's could use to warn future ex's... but I was joking. The opportunity for life-altering slander is just too obvious... or not.
When a fisherman pulled a coelacanth out of the sea in 1938, researchers were stunned. The heavily scaled fish with lobes was a remnant of a bygone era, when dinosaurs roamed the earth.
Some Suffering 'Delusions, Breathing Problems, Racing Hearts And Cramps, Some In Life-Threatening Conditions'
"I'm looking at this fetus and its heart is beating and I don't know what to think"
It just might become one of the most viral fever graphs in the history of the Internet.
A Spanish man died Sunday after being gored in the neck while filming a bull run through the streets of a town in central Spain with his mobile phone.
The Western Daily Press reports Nicole Barr of Harlow, England, scored a 162 on a recent IQ test, putting her in the ranks of the most intelligent people in the world. Nicole, her dad and her 3-month-old half-sister live in a caravan.
Following our exposure of the plunge in Lake Mead water levels post Friday's earthquake, officials were quick to point out that the drop was "due to erroneous meter readings" - which in itself is odd given we have not seen such an aberration before i
Roman Mars is obsessed with flags -- and after you watch this talk, you might be, too. These ubiquitous symbols of civic pride are often designed, well, pretty terribly.
A mysterious noise from the sky is continuing to baffle people all over the world - as well as giving those who hear it sleepless nights.