The duck is back
A British mountaineer gave a live video interview with the BBC from Mount Everest – possibly the first-ever smartphone call – but the Nepalese government has called the broadcast “illegal.”
Warning: this is going to make you cringe like you’ve never cringed before.
Croatian researchers are training honeybees to find unexploded mines littering their country and the rest of the Balkans.
Toronto’s embattled mayor is now facing questions about whether or not he smoked crack after reporters claim to have seen — and tried to purchase — video evidence
The fried chicken isn’t exactly fresh by the time it arrives. But for Palestinians craving a taste of the outside world, smuggled KFC is still finger lickin’ good.
The government has now been forced to order 50 million rolls to appease desperate shoppers
On Tuesday morning in the small town of San Teodoro, a Phillippine election came to a screeching halt when two local candidates running for mayor tied during an election.
The monument had previously stood untouched for 2,300 years.
Did it fall victim to bird flu or Hong Kong’s notoriously bad air pollution?
As Israelis face austerity measures at home, Bibi reportedly travels luxuriously abroad