A car burst into flames on Australia's Gold Coast after being rigged to spew blue smoke as part of a gender-reveal party.
Twitter is roasting Israeli ambassador Yossi Shelley for poorly hiding his lobster meal in a viral photo with Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro.
"We are prepared to fight this tooth and nail," says Joseph Samona, who added that the statue has been in his yard since 2003.
An Australian cockatoo had enough of guard spikes erected atop a shopping center, so he ripped them down in a scene captured on video.
Roger Marcelino, a fisherman in the Philippines, suffocated after accidentally swallowing a live tilapia.
After video surfaced of a woman licking a pint of ice cream—and putting it back in the case—a Walmart in Corpus Christi wasn't taking any chances.
A Washington state ordinance barring scantily clad servers doesn't violate the First Amendment, a federal appeals court ruled.
"I thought it was a terrorist attack," said one passenger aboard the Delta flight, where a man announced he was God and that he "came to save the world!"
St. Augustine Church in Lamont, California, brings in more than $1,200 a month from the sales of its tamales, which are also frozen and shipped to parishioners who have moved away.
"Our marching orders were to protect beef nomenclature," says Danielle Beck of the National Cattlemen's Beef Association.
David Sillars was found guilty of "impaired operation of a vessel" in conjunction with a fatal boating accident that left an 8-year-old dead.
CVT Soft Serve just shared their 'influencer' policy: Asking for free ice cream in exchange for a mention means paying double
When UK rapper Dave asked if anyone knew the words to 'Thiago Silva,' superfan Alex Mann knew it was his moment to shine.
"When you put something out on social media, put the truth out," said Archbishop Justin Welby. "There is no such thing as an alternative fact. There is truth. There is absolute truth. There is opinion and there is truth."
"New demons just keep coming," said reality-show imam PU Syed Bakri, who also attacked K-Pop boyband Nu'est.
After her encounter with the 11-foot-long reptile, Mary Wischhusen, a.k.a. the "gator lady," started receiving presents from strangers.
"Selfiecides" account for more than five times the number of fatalities, and the numbers are only rising.