Four endangered Magellanic penguins that were stranded on Brazil’s coast last year and airlifted to the United States, make their home in a new exhibit in Long Beach, California.
Chinese fishermen catch a 1,360-pound giant Kaluga Sturgeon in the Heilongjiang River, Tongjiang in Northeast China.
The giant fish was discovered to be a pregnant female carrying more than one million eggs. It took One dozen men to carry it ashore and deliver it to a breeding center.
One of the worst quakes to hit northeast Italy in hundreds of years rattled the region around Bologna early Sunday,
killing at least four people, collapsing factories and sending residents running out into the streets, emergency
Vancouver’s Jenna Talackova is the first transgender competitor to seek the Miss Universe Canada crown. The winner will
be announced tonight in Toronto.
Christians take to the streets to protest Lady Gaga’s upcoming concert in Manila.
Australian children’s entertainers The Wiggles introduce their replacement members in Sydney a few days after the shocking revelation that three of the original members would retire.
Surveillance video taken of Trayvon in 7-Eleven where he bought Skittles and iced tea soon before his tragic death.
Surveillance video shows a man was not only completely naked, but also masturbating in the driveway of a home in Allen Park at three o’clock on a Saturday morning.
93-year-old Tao Porchon-Lynch has been named Guinness World Records’ oldest yoga teacher.
News girl caught like a scantily clad deer in headlights. Followed by slow motion replays.
Apple has succumbed to legal action and pressure from regulators in Australia and the UK and dropped the “4G” label from marketing material concerning the sale of its third generation iPad tablet.
No longer “Wi-Fi + 4G”, the model that connects to mobile data networks like Telstra’s is now named “Wi-Fi + Cellular” on Apple’s website. The change to the name was made on Saturday in Australia and not only affects the Australian online Apple store but the UK and US versions too, as well as others.
Ugandan forces captured a senior commander of Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army after a brief fight with rebels near the Congo-Central African Republic border. Caesar Acellam was captured Saturday with two other rebel fighters as they tried to cross a river called Mbomu.
Yahoo! Inc Chief Executive Scott Thompson is stepping down after a controversy over a fake computer science college degree on his biography.
A soccer riot erupts in Istanbul Turkey in which a man is shot in the groin by a fiery tear gas canister.
A month-and-a-half old baby girl is recovering in hospital after her parents apparently tried to bury her alive.
A jury has convicted Oscar-winner Jennifer Hudson’s former brother-in-law of murdering her mother, brother and seven-year-old nephew in what prosecutors’ described as an act of vengeance by a jilted husband.
This is tax-payer dollars being put to excellent work.
South Korea has intensified a crackdown on the smuggling of capsules from China containing the powdered flesh of fetuses.