A grey jacket and skirt worn by Vivien Leigh in Gone With the Wind has been sold for $A175,551 at a US auction.
Thrill seeker Dean Potter has released a short documentary film about his dog Whisper, the world’s first wingsuit base-jumping dog. But not everyone is happy...
A guard at Buckingham Palace in London has been left red-faced after he slipped and fell in front of hundreds of tourists.
A British journalist has attempted to live-blog a press conference that was given in a language he didn't understand.
Beer lovers can now enjoy an out-of-this world experience, all thanks to some passionate brewers who believe the sky is not the limit.
A mountain lion hiding in a crawl space under a Los Angeles house has left its urban refuge, wildlife officials said on Tuesday.
IBM's Watson is the author of a newly released cookbook.
An Alaska Airlines flight bound for Los Angeles was forced to return to Seattle, after discovering a ramp agent was trapped in the cargo hold.
A chimpanzee in a Netherlands zoo has once again shown chimps are intelligent, attacking a drone that was filming it before dismantling the device.
A maths problem for Singapore school students has gone viral after a TV presenter posted it on his Facebook page. Can you work it out?
This version of Monty Python's Galaxy Song is likely to be one of the best covers you'll ever hear.
The ethical question we need to ask is: why would we ever want to bring back dinosaurs to today’s world? Would they have any purpose, or just be odd curiosities?
Police have charged a woman who accidentally dropped her two-year-old son into a cheetah pit at a US zoo.
Hillary Clinton's campaign roll-out on social media set Twitter abuzz, but part of the discussion quickly veered away from the candidate herself to her new logo,...
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US actor Ben Affleck asked PBS television chiefs to hide that one of his ancestors was a slave owner, according to a WikiLeaks email.
Artificial underwater kelp plantations are hoped to help researchers discover how to maintain levels of the important marine plant.
When Australians gather in Gallipoli to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the landings at Anzac Cove, the New Zealanders will be there too.
Even for a company that's trying to produce driverless cars and "solve" mortality, getting employees to overcome their own biases is a challenge.
The military ballad 'I was Only 19' changed the way many Australians felt about war. Now, the song's writer John Schumann has come up with another tune, this time...