San Francisco officials are testing a pee-repellant paint on walls in areas that have been saturated with urine. Anyone urinating on the specially treated walls...
Australian rock legend Jimmy Barnes has asked Reclaim Australia to stop using his songs at their rallies, following in the footsteps of many other singers who've...
Barclay Oudersluys had competed in triathlons and ultramarathons but he wanted to do something bigger, so the Michigan native took a cue from his favorite movie.

Bull rejects Spain's Pamplona run

A bull in Spain has turned back to its holding pen in Pamplona, in the first incident of its kind since the 19th century.
A joke between two US city officials has turned into a fundraising plan.
A Canadian man who parachuted from a flying lawn chair powered by helium balloons is facing police charges.
Fans of Nick Kyrgios have been smearing Vegemite and Nutella on their faces to send 'positive vibes' to the Australian tennis star as he advances to the fourth...
A dolphin leaped onto a boat in the United States, crashing into a woman and breaking both her ankles.
A woman fought off bees, started a fire and survived on apples - all after giving birth in a lonely stretch of Northern California forest.
It took hours of pushing and persuading, but police finally managed to rescue a hog from a basement.
A blind Jack Russell is looking for a home along with his best mate and 'guide-dog' after the pair were abandoned three weeks ago.
Pepper, the 'emotional robot', sold out within a minute of going on sale.
A North Korean pharmaceutical company has trumped global science, claiming it has invented a vaccine for MERS.
A London bakery has asked cake enthusiasts around the world to stop making orders, after a photo of their Lego wedding cake went viral online.
Female scientists have posted tongue-in-cheek pictures of themselves at work, using the hashtag #distractinglysexy to mock Tim Hunt's comments that mixed-gender...
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A social cohesion initiative in Melbourne is using football to break down cultural barriers between teens.
The Bali bombings killed 202, including 88 Australians – a two part Dateline special brings three of the bereaved face-to-face with the terrorists behind the attack.
An American dentist has expressed regret for killing a much-loved Zimbabwean lion called Cecil, explaining that he was relying on his guides ensure it was legal.