Doctors and nurses are the real heroes in latest Nike drop

This sneaker drop is designed for the real all-stars out there — doctors, nurses and other medical workers. Nike has released a new line of...

YouTuber James Charles to host influencer competition show

YouTube star and beauty influencer James Charles is launching a “Project Runway”-style reality competition show — in which he’ll pick one up-and-coming makeup artist...

You can get buried in a baguette thanks to ‘fantasy’ coffin-maker

This puts the fun in funeral. Near the west African city of Accra, Ghana, a workshop named Paa Joe Coffin Works crafts “fantasy” caskets that,...

Instagram influencer gets prison for performing illegal ‘filler’ injections on followers

A German Instagram influencer has been sentenced to four years in prison after she was found guilty of performing illegal cosmetic procedures on her...

These transgender bodybuilders can kick your ass

When Josey Lynn Davis returned to bodybuilding this year after a 10-year hiatus, there was one big change. The now 45-year-old had previously competed as...

Vegetable garden, greenhouse found at Hitler’s secret bunker

A garden that once provided Adolf Hitler with fresh vegetables has been discovered at his infamous Wolf’s Lair headquarters. Hitler spent much of his time...

Dog to receive stem cells from mom in UK for cancer treatment

A 6-year-old cocker spaniel in California that was recently diagnosed with cancer is slated to receive stem cells from her mother living 4,000 miles...

‘Invisibility cloak’ straight out of Harry Potter is now a thing

Forget Harry Potter’s fictional invisibility cloak, a Canadian company that manufactures camouflage uniforms has created a mind-blowing, light-bending material that can make objects seemingly...

California businesses at risk amid fires, power outages

NEW YORK — The California wildfires are taking a toll on small businesses, including those that are miles away and safe from the flames....

Netherlands plans to cut speed limit to curb emissions, rein in pollution

Get ready to hit the brakes if you plan on hitting the roads in the Netherlands in the future. The Dutch government announced Wednesday it...

NYC Playboy Club bunnies to hang up tails and ears after just one year

Say goodbye to the Playboy Club — again. After just one year in business, the owners of the new Playboy Club at the Cache Hotel...

Greek donkeys are still being abused as ‘tourist taxis’: PETA

Officials for the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) have claimed that donkeys and mules on the Greek island of Santorini are...

Airbnb ghost not as friendly as advertised, guest complains

This lodging should be called Scare-bnb. Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky has opened up about the weirdest complaint a user has ever made, and it involves...

Startup offers tech workers $10,000 to leave Bay Area

Here’s one way to boot tech bros out of Silicon Valley. Three former Google employees are hoping that $10,000 is sufficient incentive to get techie...

Scientists looking for 10,000 dogs to study aging

SEATTLE — Can old dogs teach us new tricks? Scientists are looking for 10,000 pets for the largest-ever study of aging in canines. They...

New study reports that a warmer world isn’t healthy for kids

WASHINGTON — Children are growing up in a warmer world that will hit them with more and different health problems than their parents experienced,...

Malawi receives 17 black rhinos from South Africa

BLANTYRE – Seventeen black rhinos have been released into Malawi’s Liwonde national park after arriving from South Africa as part of conservation efforts aimed...

Dinosaurs with feathers once roamed the South Pole: scientists

Dinosaurs which roamed the South Pole 100 million years ago were formidable, ferocious — and fluffy. According to new evidence published in the journal Gondwana...

British tourists are the most annoying, according to Americans

The British are coming! The British are coming! And Americans are totally fed up with them. Flight comparison site Jetcost surveyed 4,200 American adults on their...

Rising temperatures put US troops at greater risk of illness

About 2,800 troops suffered illnesses from dehydration to heat stroke last year. That number is 50 percent higher than it was five years earlier,...

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