When we think about honeymoons - we think of tropical paradises and crystal blue waters. But we may not be thinking big…
US woman shoots boyfriend dead in YouTube stunt to 'boost online profile'
Dr. Emily Puente, from Bridge Family Chiropractic in Mansfield, Tex., posted a simple baby-seat-carrying hack to Facebook about two months ago, and it's since gone viral, with more than 4.4 million views.
On Monday, Twitter user @EliotEdie35 took to his keyboard to share his musings on the size of women’s bodies. Whether or not @EliotEdie35’s opinion will go down in the social media hall of fame is unclear.
Brian Karem, who unloaded on deputy press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders during Tuesday's briefing, says he’s had enough of the media being “bullied” by President Trump's administration.
Is that 'Nessie'? A photo of a strange object moving in the waters of Loch Ness is sparking debate. Australian tourists Peter Jackson (no relation to the filmmaker of the same name) and Phillippa Wearne were driving along the loch when they spotted an object in the water and took a picture of the object on their phone, The Sun reports. They showed it a local skipper who said he had "not seen anything like it." “It was pretty big even from 150 yards or more offshore. I didn’t know what to think. We took photos and showed them to people at a B&B and then showed them to people on a cruise,” said Phillippa. Wearne added that the object was "moving fast but in the direction of the current," and quipped
An Oklahoma woman’s body is believed to have remained unnoticed for several days in a department store bathroom.