An advertisement for an airline that portrays women as "meat hungry cougars" who prowl bars in search of young men has driven New Zealanders to their keyboards.
A prosecutor says a man accused of sneakily snipping a fellow bus passenger's hair as he sat behind her New Year's Eve is a suspect in a number of similar incidents in Portland.
There is no need for soccer fans to purchase stab-proof vests to wear during the 2010 FIFA World Cup, says police spokesperson, Zweli Mnisi.
The British government said it is working to allay fears that body scanners being introduced at airports would break laws against creating indecent images of children.
A former British soldier has stormed into the record books by breaking the world treadmill record after seven gruelling days on the run.
Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi has returned to an old passion of his while recovering from last month's attack at a rally: writing Neapolitan love songs.
Some British bobbies have been reprimanded after they used their riot shields as makeshift sleds during the country's cold snap.
China's newly unveiled rail link, which it claims is the fastest in the world, came to a screeching halt this week when a passenger lit up in a train toilet.
A 2-ton hippo who escaped from a flooded private zoo in Montenegro was roaming free Wednesday but returning to the zoo owner's restaurant to eat bread and hay.
British researchers have devised what they say is a guaranteed method of pulling crackers, to avoid disappoint at the dinner table this Christmas.
Princess Stephanie of Monaco poses with a sea-lion today in Monaco.
Jamie Hook wants all those Santa doubters out there to know he was once one of them.
A New York City cab driver is being praised for returning over $21 000 lost by a visitor from Italy.
A Washington, D.C., police officer is on desk duty while the department investigates reports he pulled a gun during a mass snowball fight on a city street.
Natalie Witoslowski (20) and Kgothatso Moerane (22) will jet off to New York City tomorrow to compete in the LG Mobile World Cup 2010, during which they will face 26 of the world's fastest texters.
Sydney suburbs sick of the city centre's religion-free Christmas decorations are fighting back against political correctness with banners and bunting wishing residents a Merry Christmas rather than the generic Season's Greetings.
Fast food giant KFC has pulled an Australian television advertisement after it was branded racist in the United States.
US Police are in the awkward situation of having to admit they killed "Jesus" -- after they shot a Rottweiler-pittbull mix who had attacked his owner.
The two aspiring reality TV stars who gate-crashed a state dinner this week met President Barack Obama at the event.
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