Most of the urban myths people still believe in were actually debunked a long time ago. But for some reason, the confessions are often ignored, while the fantasy is kept alive. Be sure you're ready for a reality check before reading on.
In the 1950s, nearly half of the developed world's adult population smoked. Cities quickly evolved to accommodate them, but had to back-pedal as anti-smoking efforts kicked in during the mid 1960s. As the World Health Organization's World No Tobacco Day kicks off on May 31, we're taking a look back at the world created for tobacoo users. These are some of the relics it left behind.
From cocaine-contaminated lakes, to an argument over an apostrophe, these American headlines from last week will leave your head spinning. If you really don't believe them, just click the bolded headline to view the original story.
Not everyone in the corporate world is THAT greedy. Here's a selection of some of the 114 who have pledged to give at least half of their fortunes to charity as part of a philanthropic campaign by Warren Buffett and Bill Gates.
The Canadian astronaut's time on the International Space Station is coming to an end. To honour Hadfield's historic accomplishments, we've rounded up some of his greatest sightings from space, accompanied by what he tweeted down to us Earthlings. Get ready to be blasted off!
That's it folks, the U.S. has lost it. Millions believe lizard people run the country, while others think 5-year-old children should have access to loaded guns. The following is a collection of recent U.S. headlines that will make you wonder, 'when will they learn?' Hold your breath, this is going to be a doozy.