Taiwan Moves Closer To Legalizing Gay Marriage

Taiwan Moves Closer To Legalizing Gay Marriage

Taiwan may become the first country in Asia to legalize same sex marriage after the country’s top court ruled in favor of it. 00

Read more
How Bilingual Brains Perceive Time Differently

How Bilingual Brains Perceive Time Differently

A new study has found that what language you speak might alter your perception of time. 00

Read more
How Tap Dancing Was Made In America

How Tap Dancing Was Made In America

Tap dancing originated in America. It’s a mix of several dance styles—Irish jigging, British clogging, and the percussive steps from African dance. Tap dancing can be traced back to Five Points, now known as Chinatown in New York city. Tap dance also has its roots in minstrel shows, where it...

Read more
New Ways Of Shopping In Modern Era

New Ways Of Shopping In Modern Era

With competition from online retailers, Holly Firfer shows us how Rebecca Minkoff is using new technology to enhance the shopping experience. 00

Read more
City Sights Atlanta

City Sights Atlanta

Insiders share their favorite places for history, culture and hangouts in Atlanta. 00

Read more
Cholera Epidemic Feared In Yemen

Cholera Epidemic Feared In Yemen

A deadly cholera outbreak could become a full blown-epidemic in Yemen, with more than 65,000 cases expected by the end of June. 00

Read more
Quick And Easy Smothies

Quick And Easy Smothies

Nutritious smoothie recipe breakdown. 00

Read more
Island’s Rubbish Density ‘World’s Worst’

Island’s Rubbish Density ‘World’s Worst’

An uninhabited island in the South Pacific is littered with the highest density of plastic waste anywhere in the world, according to a study. Henderson Island, part of the UK’s Pitcairn Islands group, has an estimated 37.7 million pieces of debris on its beaches. The island is near the centre...

Read more
Turning Goats Into Water: A solution For The desert

Turning Goats Into Water: A solution For The desert

Fariel Salahuddin is not the type of person you’d expect to see wandering around rural Pakistan, especially with a herd of goats. She’s a successful energy consultant who has worked around the world. But when she returned to where she grew up, Pakistan, Fariel decided she wanted to work on...

Read more
Melania, Ivanka Trump Forgo Headscarves At Arab Islamic Conference, Saudi Arabia

Melania, Ivanka Trump Forgo Headscarves At Arab Islamic Conference, Saudi Arabia

Melania and Ivanka Trump chose not to wear headscarves while visiting Saudi Arabia, despite President Trump’s criticism of Michelle Obama for the same choice in 2015. 00

Read more
Here’s What All You Need To Know About Trump’s Caribbean White House

Here’s What All You Need To Know About Trump’s Caribbean White House

We all know Mar-a-Lago, but turns out the President has another beachfront estate. It’s hitting the market and is the subject of the State of the Cartoonion. 00

Read more
Girl’s Tragic Death Leads To Big Change

Girl’s Tragic Death Leads To Big Change

Casey Brooks, 17, jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge in 2008. After the suicide, Casey’s parents advocated for the bridge to get a barrier. 00

Read more
Video Shows Student Dragged By Neck

Video Shows Student Dragged By Neck

Surveillance video captured a school employee lifting a 13-year-old by the neck and dragging him through the hall. 00

Read more
Five Things You Should Know About The New US Ambassador To Israel, David Friedman

Five Things You Should Know About The New US Ambassador To Israel, David Friedman

The new US ambassador to Israel, David Friedman, started this week. Here are five things you should know about him.

Read more
Traffic Jams Put Tornado Chasers’ Lives In Trouble

Traffic Jams Put Tornado Chasers’ Lives In Trouble

The movie “Twister” inspired thousands of professional and amateur tornado chasers. But when hundreds of chasers try to track the same storm, a dangerous traffic jam can occur. 00

Read more
Cameraman Narrowly Survives Sniper Shot

Cameraman Narrowly Survives Sniper Shot

An Iraqi cameraman narrowly survives a sniper shot while filming in Mosul. 00

Read more
Medicine Shortage Forces Dire Choices

Medicine Shortage Forces Dire Choices

As violent protests continue against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, Nick Paton Walsh goes undercover to see just how dire the country’s health care crisis is. 00

Read more
Why The World Is Worried About Turkey?

Why The World Is Worried About Turkey?

How Turkey’s president gained so much power. 00

Read more
Food Waste Is The World’s Dumbest Problem

Food Waste Is The World’s Dumbest Problem

Eat your peas! It’s the easiest way to fight climate change. 00

Read more
Teen Launched Off Bike In Hit-And-Run

Teen Launched Off Bike In Hit-And-Run

Surveillance video shows a truck swerve and hit a 14-year-old biker. The boy walked away with bruises. The driver remains at large. 00

Read more
Video Shows Man Attempt Set Mosque Ablaze

Video Shows Man Attempt Set Mosque Ablaze

Surveillance video shows an unidentified man setting fire to a mosque near Tampa, Florida. Police are still hunting for the suspect. 00

Read more
Increasing Cyber Attacks In Major Countries Around The World

Increasing Cyber Attacks In Major Countries Around The World

A ransomware cyber-attack that may have originated from the theft of “cyber weapons” linked to the US government has hobbled hospitals in England and spread to countries across the world. Security researchers with Kaspersky Lab have recorded more than 45,000 attacks in 99 countries, including the UK, Russia, Ukraine, India,...

Read more
Confusion Over Status Of Western Wall

Confusion Over Status Of Western Wall

Trump administration is offering confusing rhetoric as it tries to define the status of the Western Wall, the second most holiest site in Judaism, in US Mideast policy. CNN’s Oren Liebermann reports. 00

Read more
Police Handcuff 7-Year-Old Student

Police Handcuff 7-Year-Old Student

Dallas Independent School District police handcuffed a 7-year-old special needs boy and sent him to a mental facility for disrupting class. 00

Read more
Malaysia Just Seized More Than 300 Endangered Tortoises Being Smuggled In Suitcases

Malaysia Just Seized More Than 300 Endangered Tortoises Being Smuggled In Suitcases

Hundreds of endangered Indian Star and plowshare tortoises were found in suitcases at Kuala Lumpur Airport in Malaysia. The tortoises are popular as exotic pets and this haul was valued at $277,000. 00

Read more
What Is Ransomware?

What Is Ransomware?

Kristie Lu Stout explains how ransomware like WannaCry affects users 00

Read more
Couple Adopts Seven Foster Kids

Couple Adopts Seven Foster Kids

A Georgia couple, Joshua and Jessaka Clark, adopted seven siblings who spent years in foster care together. 00

Read more
Torches Brought To Confederate Statue Protest

Torches Brought To Confederate Statue Protest

“We are not white supremacists,” said one protestor. “We are simply just white people that love our heritage, our culture.” 00

Read more
Why The World Is Worried About Turkey

Why The World Is Worried About Turkey

How Turkey’s president gained so much power. 00

Read more
Henry Blodget Dives Into The $202 Price Target For Apple

Henry Blodget Dives Into The $202 Price Target For Apple

This week Apple got it’s highest price target ever from analyst Brian White of Drexel Hamilton. The stock rose on Monday pushing the company’s market cap over $800 billion for the first time in history. 00

Read more
Could This Box Make You A Better Driver?

Could This Box Make You A Better Driver?

A dashboard device called Lightfoot has been developed to make people greener and smoother drivers. A film by Dougal Shaw for World Hacks 00

Read more
Global Cyberattack Stopped From Spreading

Global Cyberattack Stopped From Spreading

The spread of a cyberattack that hit computers in almost 100 countries has been stopped, as Clare Sebastian reports. 00

Read more
How To Strengthen Any Relationship ?

How To Strengthen Any Relationship ?

Gretchen Rubin, author of “Better Than Before: Mastering the Habits of Our Everyday Lives,” says you don’t need to reinvent a relationship to make it stronger. Starting with how you greet and say goodbye is a terrific can vastly improve that connection. 00

Read more
Paddleboarders’ Shark Scare

Paddleboarders’ Shark Scare

A sheriff’s department helicopter warned paddleboarders in the waters off Capistrano Beach on the California coast that they were surrounded by more than a dozen great white sharks. 00

Read more
Motherhood Around The World

Motherhood Around The World

We sent 20 disposable cameras to mothers around the world to see what motherhood looks like through their eyes. See their photos here. 00

Read more
Why Oil Prices Remain Low ?

Why Oil Prices Remain Low ?

Story of oil in comics. How OPEC was formed, why prices rose and why they are now falling. A wonderful, colorful, informative animated story for children (of all ages). 00

Read more
Hundreds Of Secret Waterfalls Revealed

Hundreds Of Secret Waterfalls Revealed

Record snowpack has melted to create hundreds of temporary waterfalls in Yosemite National Park. 00

Read more
Kenya’s New $3.8 Billion Railway

Kenya’s New $3.8 Billion Railway

Kenyans have high hopes for its new $3.8 billion Chinese-financed railway. CNN’s Farai Sevenzo reports. 00

Read more
Glacier National Park Is Losing Its Glaciers

Glacier National Park Is Losing Its Glaciers

In the last 50 years, the glaciers at Glacier National park have lost 85% of their size, according to a new study. 00

Read more
Signs Which Makes You To Realize That Your Boss Hates You

Signs Which Makes You To Realize That Your Boss Hates You

We all want to be liked at work, especially by our bosses. These are the people who make decisions regarding our promotions and pay raises, formally review our performances, and as a result, could play a significant role in our overall happiness and success. So if they don’t like you,...

Read more
This Is Not What Space Looks Like

This Is Not What Space Looks Like

Amazing images of the far reaches of the universe are everywhere, but are they accurate? What does space really look like? 00

Read more
Polar Bear Vs Walrus

Polar Bear Vs Walrus

Filmed on a remote island in the Arctic, shrouded in fog – we are treated to stunning footage of a Polar Bear in pursuit of a Walrus. Faced with an imposing wall of blubber and hide, it appears that the world’s largest land carnivore may have met his match 00

Read more
Cluster Headaches: ‘Like Someone Is Grabbing Your Face’

Cluster Headaches: ‘Like Someone Is Grabbing Your Face’

Headaches are nasty things. The majority of people will suffer headaches throughout their lifetime — in Australia alone it is estimated around 15 per cent of the population is taking medication for headaches. According to the International Classification of Headache Disorders 3rd edition there are hundreds of types of headaches....

Read more
Has Facebook Profited From Fake News?

Has Facebook Profited From Fake News?

In 2016, the churn of fake news was a daily onslaught of fabricated or exceedingly misleading news stories designed to elevate or demonize presidential candidates, mixed into the flow of true or mostly true stories about the election. The stories were designed to be believed and shared. On Facebook, they...

Read more
A Judge Reveals An Easy Way To Protect Yourself If You Loan A Friend Money

A Judge Reveals An Easy Way To Protect Yourself If You Loan A Friend Money

Judge Michael Corriero reveals some simple advice on how you can document a loan in case you ever lend someone money. Judge Corriero served on the bench for 28 years and was appointed to the New York State Supreme Court. He’s currently the cohost of “Hot Bench” and is the...

Read more
Why Remembering Name Is Too Hard?

Why Remembering Name Is Too Hard?

We’ve all been there, you’re having a nice conversation with someone you just met and suddenly you realize you’ve forgotten their name. It’s embarrassing, but the good news is there’s actually an evolutionary reason behind it. Dr. Dean Buonomano, professor of neurobiology at UCLA, explains why people’s names aren’t easy...

Read more
Chaos Erupts After Spirit Airlines Cancellations

Chaos Erupts After Spirit Airlines Cancellations

Anger and confusion boiled over at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on Monday night as nine Spirit Airlines flights were cancelled, leaving hundreds of passengers stranded, CBS affiliate What followed was chaos as frustrated passengers clashed with Spirit employees, and law enforcement officers tried to maintain order. 00

Read more
Teepees Vs Hotels

Teepees Vs Hotels

Native American men camping at the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota contrast the usefulness of traditional shelter, like buffalo hide teepees, with more modern options in a conversation with “United Shades of America” host W. Kamau Bell. Watch Sundays at 10p ET. 00

Read more
Are You Thinking About Breathing While You Read This?

Are You Thinking About Breathing While You Read This?

What really drives us to breathe? And how dangerous is it to hyperventilate and hold your breath? 00

Read more
4 Weeks Old Otter Rescued From Flooded Canal In Arizona

4 Weeks Old Otter Rescued From Flooded Canal In Arizona

An American P-40 fighter aircraft from World War II was lifted from the bottom of the Kerch Strait, 6 kilometres (3.7 miles) from the Taman coast, drone footage shot on Friday showed. The craft was discovered by team working on the Kerch Strait Bridge. 00

Read more