As Bolivia suffered its worst snowstorms in 20 years, thousands of people were left stranded and commerce was slowed to a grinding halt in the usually-dry region of Potosi.
A California politician is proposing that his state split in half as a way to address political and logistical issues – marking yet another instance someone has proposed this idea in the Golden State.
Although Joey “Jaws” Chestnut walked away from the annual Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest with his fifth straight win, his mustard champion’s belt may be a little less prestigious this year.
Four of the world’s six longest bridges opened to the public in China today.
Rep. Gabrielle Giffords appeared in public on Monday evening for the first time since being shot in the head in January.
Eguchi Aimi is your typical Japanese pop star: perfect skin, high-pitched girlish voice, lithe figure, and a team of computer designers, photographers, and other pop stars artificially constructing her every movement.
Loukanikos hates Greece’s austerity measures, corrupt politicians, and the plight of the Greek everyman. And, as a dedicated protestor, he is willing to brave riot police and tear gas for his beliefs.
Today, The Onion published (what they think is) its thousandth issue, and the editorial board of self-described “America’s Finest News Source” is demanding recognition of its excellence.
Have you ever been in an anonymous argument online? If so, then there is a chance you were trolled.
As Alec Baldwin weighs whether or not to run for mayor of New York City, his comedy is set to run for best flavor of ice cream ever.
On Junrey Balawing’s 18th birthday party, he received more than the usual set of gifts: he got a Guinness world record.
A senior citizen “pot collective” is facing growing criticism in a Southern California retirement community, highlighting disparate viewpoints about marijuana in older Americans.