It’s hard to teach an old dog new tricks, and some of us just wish we could buy ourselves new skills instead of learning them from scratch... and even more if those skills are superpowers, according to a new lingoda.com study.
France's European affairs minister, Nathalie Loiseau, says Britain must make up its mind about its future in the EU or it risks falling out of the bloc by default on March 29.
LEAPING LIZARDS! Iguana know what happens when a reptile gets into a toilet? Well some Florida firefighters might know. Buzz60’s Mercer Morrison has the story.
Vladimir Putin has signed bills banning what the state calls "fake news," although the Russian president's critics see the legislation as a thinly disguised crackdown on real news—and criticism of the authorities. The new laws introduce punishments for anybody who "exhibits blatant disrespect for the society, government, official government...
Hussein al-Umari delighting in teasing his sister, who now wonders if his remarks about the words written on her shirt, 'See You Bye,' were prophetic and somehow he knew he would not see her again
The attack on two mosques in New Zealand was 36 minutes of terror, telegraphed by a chilling email forwarded just as gunman was putting his plan into motion
Once you’ve crunched the numbers, you may find yourself looking at a tax bill you’re not all that excited to pay. But that doesn’t mean you can’t get something out of the deal either, and that’s when your credit card comes in… maybe.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is imploring the public to speak the names of the 50 people who died in the Christchurch mosque shootings rather than the accused gunman's, to deny him the notoriety he seeks
New Zealand's prime minister is vowing to block any attempt at self-promotion by the white supremacist accused of killing 50 people in mosque shootings, after the gunman dismissed his lawyer and opted to represent himself in court
You may remember that Ted Williams was cryonically frozen when he died. What you might not know is that "Teddy Ballgame" is one of about 400 people to do so.
A court in Russia's province of Chechnya has sentenced a prominent rights activist to four years in prison on drug charges widely seen as an effort by the authorities to stifle a critical voice