A ceasefire has temporarily calmed the violence that has recently plagued the Middle East nation of Yemen. The agreement came after government forces shelled a protester encampment, killing seven people in the process …
Normally, elevators are the most mundane spaces in existence. If you’re lucky, you have a window to look out while you’re headed up or down—but usually it’s a slightly smelly wooden box. Well, check out this elevator in New York City.
Col. Muammar Gadhafi, deposed ruler of Libya, released another message mocking the rebels who have taken control over most of the country.
A French robotics firm has released an update to their Nao robot: he can now recharge himself by walking back to his charging station and plugging in.
An Oregon man was arrested for having an insanely high blood-alcohol level while he was visiting Nebraska. The reason his public drunkenness was discovered?
Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell the policy forbidding gay soldiers from revealing their sexuality while in active service, officially ended at midnight.
Ikea stores in Australia are reinforcing that whole men hate shopping idea by providing a play room exclusively for men, much like the indoor playground where children are dropped off upon entering the store.
Did you know there’s a museum for Cup o’ Noodles?
Now matter how drunk someone is, it’s never a good idea to call 911 just to complain that Taco Bell won’t serve them through the drive-thru.
The CEO of Netflix took to the company blog yesterday to apologize for confusion around the recent price increase … and then announced the DVD service of Netflix will split from the streaming service and will be renamed Qwikster.
Happy Talk Like a Pirate Day!
Artist Scott Hove has done something we thought was impossible: created cakes that look so terrifying we have no desire to eat them for fear of losing a finger.
Doctors say at least 20 people were killed by government forces in Yemen during anti-government protests yesterday.
Remember Randy Quaid? He played Cousin Eddie in the Vacation movies. Apparently, he and his wife are on the run in Canada, avoiding felony charges they face in California.
Remember the tragic stage collapse at a music festival in Belgium last month that killed four people? Apparently, the insurance company for the festival is claiming the real cause of the tragedy was illegal file-sharing.