This weekend the World Scrabble Championships were held, and during one match, tensions ran high when one player accused the other of hiding a G tile.
A woman in Chicago was arrested after her husband called the police and told them she had assaulted him … with cupcakes.
If you haven’t taken climate change seriously before, this might get your attention: the damages on coffee bean production and increasing costs of coffee grinds may mean no Starbucks in the future—at least as we know the coffeehouse today.
You don’t have to be a financier to realize the world’s economy is, generally speaking, in shambles. Which is why, perhaps, it seems even more offensive/gluttonous/ridiculous that a chef in the U.K. has created a dessert costing $35,000.
If you’re a weirdo/collector of strange war memorabilia, you’ll be happy to know the buttock of the famous bronze statue of Saddam Hussein (you know, the one that was famously toppled) is now available for purchase via auction.
Anti-Gadhafi forces have come very close to securing the entire nation of Libya, according to new reports out of the conflict-ridden city of Sirte.
It’s almost always cute when babies learn to use technology—it always elicits They’re just like little people! reactions. So this video (embedded below) of a little girl who thinks magazines should work like an iPad is very cute.
The U.S. House of Representatives has passed a bill that will make it against the law for federal money to pay for any health plan that will provide abortions.
Remember the guy who threw a hot dog at Tiger Woods? He says he was inspired by the film Drive.
The European Union has made it against toy guidelines for children under the age of 8 to blow up balloons without supervision, apparently because they could choke on the latex.
New sidewalks made up of recycled rubber slabs will convert the kinetic energy from pedestrians’ footsteps into electricity.
This 44-year-old man has survived for 30 years on a steady diet of roadkill.
A woman who wanted to avoid paying for a ticket to Nanjing’s Zhonghua Gate in China climbed up a 70-foot portion of the wall to get to the walkway portion of the wall.
So, Blackberry users, this week has been pretty rough, huh.
Despite the misleading propaganda of films like Bambi, the recent events at a park in the U.K. prove that, yes, deer want to kill you.