Talk about a craving: an eight-year-old American boy drove his father’s van to a McDonald’s because he just had to have a cheeseburger.
A mystery as old as laced shoes was unravelled Wednesday by experiments that reveal how shoestrings come undone when we are on the move.
It may pong, but Italy’s “Shit Museum” has the whiff of success about it: here in Castelbosco, farmers are transforming sloppy cowpats into plates you can eat off.
New Zealand Prime Minister Bill English defended his love of pizza topped with tinned spaghetti and pineapple on Friday after the recipe sent fans of the Italian treat into an outraged frenzy.
A Dutch retailer on Wednesday said it had withdrawn from its stores a children’s colouring book that featured Adolf Hitler, complete with Nazi salute and a Swastika on his arm.
New Zealand Post has announced its couriers will home-deliver KFC fast food, in a trial that could provide a recipe for success as letter volumes continue to dwindle.
British Prime Minister Theresa May waded into a row Tuesday over the commercialisation of Easter, after the Church of England accused a major charity of “airbrushing faith” from its chocolate egg hunts.
A 10-year-old bright red Ferrari that belonged to President Donald Trump went on the block on Saturday and sold for $270,000, auctioneers said.
A 10-year-old red Ferrari set to go on auction in Florida on Saturday is attracting an unusual amount of attention thanks to a previous owner: President Donald Trump.
India has sought divine intervention to rid its government buildings of the scourge of spitting — wall tiles imprinted with the images of gods.
A Swedish hotel chain said Sunday it is offering guests a refund — but with strings attached: you only qualify if you get divorced in the year following your stay.