Twitter's founder has revealed that there are plans in place to remove the like button from the social media site to improve the level of debate among users.
Rome is a city in ruins – and not just the historic kind. There have been reports of wild boars roaming the streets, countless potholes and stacks of trash everywhere. Citizens have blamed years of wi...
A man from British Columbia, Canada had to abandon his airtight greenhouse just fourteen hours after he started his experiment on Wednesday night.
For many people, France is a strong contender for the ultimate wine country. But this also makes it a great country to taste excellent champagne. After all, if France's wine is good, then their champa...
A new documentary about Playboy has been released but its content may surprise you.
Scientists recently found a piece of ice that looks to be an almost-perfect rectangle.
There is a new app where users can find saints and donate to charity. It is a Pokémon Go like app released by the Catholic church.
Many of today's children are suffering from something being referred to as nature deficit disorder, and some in the UK are thinking of ways to reverse its effect.
Video streaming giants Netflix has plans to borrow an additional $2 billion in order to help fund their exclusive movies and shows they claim have been instrumental in helping their service bring in n...
Overweight tourists are no longer allowed to ride donkeys in Greece. The country has banned heavier people participating in the iconic riding of the donkeys up the steps in Santorini.
Some recent photos show that not even uncomfortable weather will make boyfriends join their partners inside a Victoria's Secret.
Hallmark Channel is set to create a radio station dedicated to Christmas music, so you can get in the holiday spirit immediately.
A creature not so affectionately referred to as the "headless chicken monster" has been filmed off the coast of Antarctica.
This robotic snake is able to detect water pollution and pinpoint the exact spot where the contamination is coming from.
Most of us can't even dream of living to see 100. But Orville Rogers, a former airline pilot, is living a version of his best life, having inhabited the earth for a century.