It's quite serious.
Japanese scientists invented a robot that can not only think, but learn.
A recent video appeared on YouTube in which ISIS members Nasser Muthana and Reyaad Khan urged other British Muslims to join their fight in Syria and Iraq.
A small company called Lava Mae created buses with free showers for San Francisco's homeless population.
The two branches of Islam have a lot in common - but not enough to stop them from competing for power.
While the rest of the world focuses on the World Cup, Japan is busy deciding the "Bubble Soccer" champion.
Mount Etna, Europe's tallest active volcano, continues to erupt — and shut down a nearby airport as a result.
His name is Antonio Vazquez, and he's using magic to help Mexico win.
It's a bit controversial.
Former cheerleader Dianne Barker was banned from doing cartwheels at government meetings.
Jessica Pimentel talks about the different issues women face in prison.
Cuyuna, Minnesota held its 35th annual wood tick races. Apparently, ticks are bad for people, but "good for racing."
Maybe it's help them read the teleprompter.
A man survived being run over by an NYC A train — but that doesn't make the footage any less disturbing. In the video, two men attempt to get him off the tracks, but are unable to do so before the train arrives. After the incident, he was taken to Columbia Presbyterian hospital as an "emotionally disturbed person."
Inmates in a Peruvian prison performed Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Jesus Christ Superstar" as part of a rehabilitation program.
Something big happened to someone little on last night's Game of Thrones.
A new study says that 75% of Americans don't use all their vacation days — and 15% don't use any at all.
Think You’ve Got The Moves? Now, You Can Scientifically Find Out If The Ladies Are Digging It.