Most people give up their new year resolutions on January 17.
Kiss frontman Gene Simmons tweeted a photo of ice cubes in his cereal, and the internet was very confused.
From the southern United States to Colombia to Greece, and Japan, Newsweek has compiled a list of several practices you can do to begin the new year with a little positivity, and dare we say it, luck.
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2019 has officially begun.
"Terrorists may attack with little or no warning, targeting tourist locations, transportation hubs and other public areas," according to the State Department alert.
The dog's most defining characteristic is loyalty.
The "Baywatch" actor had a huge hit in Germany when the wall fell, but rumors he thinks he reunited Berlin get him angry.
To defy a New Year's drinking ban, a group of people in New Zealand built their own tiny private island and piled on it to ring in 2018 with alcohol.
He took to Twitter on Sunday evening to extend his wishes.
If you don't want to stand in the cold for hours with no public bathrooms, there are some other options.
Most people join a gym to kick off their New Year's weight loss resolution, but studies show that exercise alone isn't enough to get in shape for 2018.
"For all the bad news that seemed to dominate our collective consciousness, there are countless stories from this year that remind us what's best about America," Obama said in his tweet.
A handful of national churches in Europe and elsewhere in the world are only getting ready to celebrate Christmas now.
From apples dipped in honey to the head of a fish, the Jewish new year is a time for symbolic foods.
The president's threat to impose a firecracker ban achieved a "remarkable" decline in accidents.
A month ago, a spokesman for ISIS called on supporters to carry out a wave of attacks and urged them to target "the secular, apostate Turkish government."
In January, finding love is like joining a gym. Happy New Year!