Thursday, August 15, 2013
Chicago's bustling O'Hare airport has hired a new crew to keep the grass cut: a herd of goats, sheep, donkeys and llamas. Yes, llamas.
Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg revealed Sunday that he has gone undercover as a taxi driver for an afternoon, in a bid to find out voters' real concerns.
Monday, August 12, 2013
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has reinstated the imperial name of a train station outside Saint Petersburg that is used by tens of thousands of tourists visiting the former palaces of the tsars, state media said Sunday.
Over 50 colorfully decorated longboards hang in the Lassrollen skateboard shop in Berlin's Friedrichshain district. A young female customer is looking for what she describes as a “handy set of wheels” for a trip to France.
Furniture designer Oliver Schuebbe has built up a solid base of customers — a base that is built on garbage.
Saturday, August 10, 2013
Beachgoers came forward Thursday with a plausible explanation for why a dead shark turned up in a New York subway train two days before.
A Michigan family welcomed their 12th child. And, shocker, it's a boy — just like the other 11.
Thursday, August 8, 2013
The last remnants of a fortune of coins found packed in ammunition boxes in the garage of a recluse who died last summer was auctioned Tuesday for more than US$3.1 million — but not before bidders got assurances they could return any of the rare US$20 gold pieces that some collectors spotted as counterfeit.
Learned and serious like the ancient Greeks or casual like 1950s “Beats”; the full beard is back in fashion in France to the delight of the nation's barbers.