No one knows if this religious leader is dead or meditating
His family says he's dead. His followers say he's meditating. Either way, Shri Ashutosh Maharaj is in a commercial freezer and there's $170 million at stake.
These new cookies sold in Tokyo claim to make your breasts bigger
"F-cup cookies" come in two flavors — soy milk or pralines and chocolate.
Malaysia releases satellite data on missing MH370 flight
The data's release had become a rallying cry for many of the families, who have accused the Malaysian government of holding back information.
Watch as India delivers its first pizza by drone
It was a 13-inch margherita.
Get massaged by giant pythons at this Philippines zoo
But try not to scream for help. The snakes really hate that.
Australia is apparently raising a generation of overweight couch potatoes
The sports-loving nation scored a D- on an international physical activity report card.
Aussie politics are completely NSFW. Here are a bunch of examples
Did the education minister really just use the C-word in the House?
Martial law selfies are the hip new thing in chaotic Thailand
Turns out, the collapse of democracy can be fun, too.
Bureaucracy, corruption and fear thwart justice for trafficked women in Thailand (VIDEO)
Human trafficking is big business, bringing in $32 billion annually. In 2012, the Thai government prosecuted just 27 cases, obtaining 10 convictions.
This badass reverend is crushing Tony Abbott (in under 50 characters)
In catchy billboards that make tweets seem wordy, Father Rod challenges the Australian prime minister’s stance against gays, immigrants and the environment. The internet does the rest.
It's official: 1 in 4 adults is anti-Semitic
A new survey measures prejudice toward Jews. There's a lot of it.
Anti-China rioters set fire to foreign factories in Vietnam
'I fear a dark chapter in Sino-Vietnamese relations is now being written,' said Ian Storey, a South China Sea expert.
13 startling facts from Amnesty's report on torture around the world
The word is rarely used in an official capacity, but Amnesty International says torture is used by authorities all over the world.
These are the 11 trends that are changing your world right now
In search of a grand theory of everything.
Here are the key figures of Australian PM's 'problem-solving' budget
'Yes, there's got to be short-term pain, but it's pain with a purpose,' Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said.
This metal-eating plant just discovered in the Philippines could save the world
Rinorea niccolifera absorbs and stores up to 18,000 parts per million of nickel in its leaves without being poisoned.
Honest janitor gets to keep $80,000 he found while cleaning a toilet
North Korea's state news agency just called Obama some insanely racist things
Obama is no stranger to virulent racism at home and abroad. Leave it to North Korea to kick it up a few abhorrent notches.
Tensions are surging in the South China Sea. Here's what you need to know
Beijing claims almost the entire sea, and rejects rival claims from Taiwan, Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia and Brunei.
This rare megamouth shark caught in Japan may be the coolest (or grossest) thing ever
Only several dozen have ever been spotted.
Vietnam And China face off in the disputed South China Sea
The tensions between the two Communist nations come as both are trying to put aside border disputes and the memories of a brief but bloody border war in 1979.
Yes, those are Tibetan monks breakdancing to the Beastie Boys (VIDEO)
Complete with an old school boombox.
Across the globe, getting antibiotics is barely harder than buying Pepsi
That means pneumonia and dog bites could soon once again be life-threatening ailments.
Libya names businessman Ahmed Maiteeq as its new prime minister
Political analysts said Maiteeq would have difficulty in overcoming the political chaos racking the oil-producing nation.
Curious about the biggest trade deal in history? Sorry, it’s classified
Governments and big corporations can read the Trans-Pacific Partnership, but not you. Here are 6 ways it could change the world.
Iraq is among the countries where genocide is most likely to happen
These 9 countries are the world's most dangerous for minorities.
These new cars in China have filters so you can breathe fresh air while you drive
The new technology is the very definition of irony.
Here's how Florida shrimpers get skewered by Obama's trans-Pacific trade pact
The local shrimping industry is already losing out to Asia.
Watch this pod of dolphins protect a New Zealand swimmer from a great white shark
Adam Walker noticed the shark swimming underneath him. So did some dolphins.
The US will have a larger military presence in the Philippines
The two nations will hold joint military exercises next week in areas mostly north of the capital.
Taiwan police clash with hundreds of anti-nuclear protesters
The protesters demanded the government scrap plans to begin operation of Taiwan's nearly completed fourth reactor.