Our quest for thinness is actually making us far less healthy — even killing us — and not for the reasons you’d think.
An angry minority of far-right Swedes have lashed out against the government’s open-door policy. At least 64 active or planned refugee centers and housing facilities were set on fire from June 2015 to April 2016, according to The Local Sweden.
Has this dude seen what they can do to watermelon??
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Drake's current album, "Views," is in its seventh week at No. 1 on Billboard's album chart, the Billboard 200. But "Views" has only been the best-selling album in America for the first two of those seven weeks.
Trailing Poland by 1 with ten minutes remaining in their Euro 2016 round of 16 match, Switzerland's Xherdan Shaqiri took advantage of a deflected ball and scored a stunner from 18 yards.
Phil Locke was in his mid-30s when he opened his first store, which he called Cash Now, in a small strip mall across the street from a massive Delphi plant in Flint.
The Dutch concept of "night mayor" — a city official to represent nightlife — is spreading. Can it catch on in America?
While there’s no shame in wanting things to go smoothly, there is shame in bombing a speech.
This poor guy was just trying to insulate the walls of his house when Rambro the Ram charged in and started pounding on the fiber like there's no tomorrow. Lesson: avoid angry rams at all costs.
Sometimes all we need is a cute animation to remind ourselves that we get get over our own fears.
Since the 2008 financial crisis, private equity firms have increasingly taken over public services like emergency care and firefighting, often with dire effects.
AI software depends on data sets, and data sets have to be created by computer scientists. What happens when most of those researchers are men?
When the 42-inch sander wasn't enough, Matthias Wandel comes back with an even bigger one.
"There’s a black market for everything. We’ve found stolen beer, stolen food, but this is the first time we’ve found stolen cheese."
On Cayo Santiago island, scientists track the alliances and power struggles of a colony of feral monkeys — collecting data to generate new insights into the social challenges that people with autism face.
Superstar drag queen RuPaul visits Colbert and finds out that Stephen is an old pro at the art of drag.
Donald Trump took a break from his campaign to attend the reopening of his refurbished golf course, the Trump Turnberry, in Scotland, and received a warm welcome from comedian Lee Nelson.
Sweepee Rambo has been crowned the world’s ugliest dog, but the annual competition at the Sonoma Marin fair in California is proof that anyone can be loved.
Ben Tedesco works in cybersecurity, so he's used to making sure things are secure. Still, he makes an impressive spot here at a Vienna ATM, saving himself (and a bunch of others) a real headache.
Evidence of the health benefits from standing desks is still slim, but walking is always good.
"At first, I assumed it was just a gimmick dreamed up by a chef in search of something new. But what I discovered was a tiny gem of American culinary history."
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These days, more or less every politician, sports team, mediocre TV show and annoying celebrity has been compared to a receptacle full of burning waste. Have we reached peak dumpster fire? And how did it come to this?
Middle-aged woe is not compatible with Jay-Z's persona: the coldblooded winner, Lucky Lefty, a business … man. But here he is.
The 2016 wildfire season has barely begun and dozens of large wildfires have already raged through Western states, with hundreds of thousands of acres burned. This comes on the heels of a 2015 wildfire season that was the worst on record in the US, with more than 10 million acres burned. These are not just random events.
In this 360 degree video, North Koreans pay homage to Kim Jong Un in a giant parade. They all looks super happy. No problems here!
The pipelines at Bryan Mound are capable of delivering 1.5 million barrels a day into the market to offset price or supply shocks if everything is in working order. That’s a big if.
On Thursday, Britain voted on the so-called "Brexit," and voters chose to exit the European Union. The result sent markets tumbling and the consequences will be far-reaching — here's what's going on.
With his curtain call weeks away, the greatest swimmer of all time hopes to put his nightmares behind him and embrace life on dry land.
An ambitious but controversial plan to clean up the Great Pacific Garbage Patch moves closer to reality this week, with the deployment of an ocean plastic cleanup boom off the coast of the Netherlands in the North Sea.
Volkswagen reached a deal with US authorities that finally answered the central questions in the company’s emissions-cheating scandal: what happens to the 500,000 offending VW vehicles in the US and how their owners will be compensated.
What's up everybody? As the crazy Russian in the video keeps repeating: do not try this as home.
"Zootopia" was originally supposed to be about predatory animals that need taming collars which would zap them if they get too excited. A pretty gloomy concept for a kids movie...
"Independence Day: Resurgence" arrives in theaters 20 years after the original, and it's having a rough time with the critics — here's what they're saying.
Every single Devils hole pupfish has existed in the wild, since they first appeared thousands of years ago, within an area no bigger than the living room in your house.
For nearly half a decade, the Thunderbolt has held strong as Apple's standalone monitor make. But now, it seems, Apple is abandoning the screen for a mysterious future.
The fast-food chain has launched limited-edition “Watt-A-Box” packages in Delhi and Mumbai to apparently add “an element of utility” to the otherwise humble paper boxes.
As the United Kingdom prepares for a two-year-long breaking up process from the European Union, average citizens talk about how they voted and why.
As the popularity of live-streaming services grows, users have taken to these platforms to broadcast self-harm and acts of violence. Hundreds witness these tragedies in real time, but very few intervene.