Are you ruled by the wind or the waves?
There was little doubt on Tuesday that American airstrikes last week killed Russian mercenaries in Syria.
A basketball-playing golden retriever? That's ruff.
People didn't always travel in sweatpants.
I know, I know, everyone loves wine. I just think we should try something new.
Up, up & away
"That's a $100 step right there!"
Sometimes the stars get it wrong.
You might want to hold your breath for this one.
You can't make this sh*t up.
"It was just a kiss... right?"
"50% Chips, 50% Air, 100% disappointment."
Must be something in the atmosphere…
What do people think about your zodiac sign in a relationship?
Breathe in. Breathe out.
The drought is breaking records and forcing Californians to make hard decisions. But understanding its severity is a complicated process that yields gloomy results.
Little stubby legs all day erry day!
“Aquarius is the type of person to own an iguana.” How well did we guess your sign?
Are you Earth, Air, Fire, or Water?
Don't try this at home.
One bag was selling for over $60,000 before eBay pulled the listing.
The Schlieren technique is used to visualize fluctuations in optical density. What we were able to capture will astound you!
For everyone who's ever wanted to actually see a fart.
The true story behind the Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air…
"I'm pickin' up good vibrations."
De Daft Punk en passant par Phoenix jusqu'à Kavinsky, la France n'est pas que le pays du vin et du fromage.
Have a safe flight.
With a special guest appearance by John Travolta.
Do you believe you can fly?
It's a dangerous world out there for your sex drive.
It's time to dust off those old Ani DiFranco and Portishead CDs.
This local news report is the craziest thing you'll see today.
Whether it's raining or you just feel like staying in your cozy little bedroom, here's the perfect soundtrack for warm weather homebodies.
Their new album Bankrupt! refines their distinctly Gallic take on a genre that's been mostly ignored by other French musicians.
Kind of just the end of the world as we know it, NBD.
Czech artist Kirill Rudenko is selling a line of canned air from cities around the world. According to the labels, each city's blend "relieves stress, cures homesickness and helps fighting nostalgia." Your move, bottled water.
Science has finally brought us a bacon inhalant called the BaconAir. The manufacturer says it's filled with "Himalayan oxygen" and that the "bacon enters (the) bloodstream in seconds." Don't worry, it's kosher. And, yes, it's real.
Some amazing kids filmed a mockumentary (albeit with a real dog boner) about their golden retriever who is literally so horny that he humps the air.