A golden retriever has shot to worldwide fame after a hilariously bad attempt at an agility contest.
Public transport powered by human waste and sewage could be the next big trend in sustainable energy. For real.
A California church is keeping up with its fast-paced followers by offering prayers to commuters on the roads.
A Brazilian artist is blazing his way through the art world with weed paintings created by blowing cannabis smoke.
Japan is taking a novel approach to entice young people to join its Defence force, with a recruitment drive showing its service men and women in ‘sexy or cute’...

Cat cafes take off in Japan

The cat cafe didn't originate in Japan, but it's taken hold in a country where many houses are too small to keep a pet.
Diagrams showing the inner workings of the penis and vagina have instead been replaced by pictures of fluffy ducklings and cute polar bears.
They’re emotionally unavailable and known for their chilly independence—traits that at most qualify felines for the role of 'man’s best frenemy.'
Police and firefighters were desperately hunting for a tiger on the loose near Paris Thursday after a local resident spotted the fearsome animal in a car park and...
No decision fatigue here.
A massive mammal has been named World's Tallest Cow by the Guiness Book of Records.
Ever wanted to drown out the sound of politicians with the hilarious one-liners of Jerry Seinfeld? Well a new video posted to YouTube does just that and the...
According to the preview for 'Eaten Alive', naturalist and wildlife film-maker Paul Rosolie will don a “custom-built snake-proof suit” and “enter the belly” of a...

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A golden retriever has shot to worldwide fame after a hilariously bad attempt at an agility contest.
It's been hard to keep climate change off the agenda.
There have been celebrations and protests in the Czech Republic and Slovakia as residents remembered the 25th anniversary of the communist government's collapse.
People suffering with more than one chronic illness at the same time is common, since illnesses have similar causes and features.

What texting does to the spine

A new study suggests that looking down at a cell phone is the equivalent of placing a 60-pound weight on one's neck.