Weird Wide Web
About 1/3 of Pirate Bay uploads in 2013 were porn
Of all the Pirate Bay's new uploads, 35 percent were porn, while TV and movies made up 44 percent. Music came it at a paltry 9 percent, according to new data.
Romney style: Mitt 'goes Gangnam' at Mormon convention (VIDEO)
Former presidential candidate Mitt Romney does his best "Gangnam Style" at a Mormon convention for singles. And the results are just bad.
Grumpy Gareth the feisty ferret needs forever home, PR consultation after BBC story
Woodside animal sanctuary in Plymouth, England has a ferret problem, and it caught the attention of England's venerable broadcaster — for better or worse.
Glow-in-the-dark pigs created by scientists, just because
Pig embryos were injected with DNA from a jellyfish to get the effect.
Caterpillars use bad breath to ward off enemies
Researchers at the Max Planck Institute of Chemical Ecology in Germany found that the tobacco hornworm, a type of caterpillar, uses the nicotine in its breath to keep enemies away.
Denmark's cinnamon rolls under threat by EU law
'It's the end of the cinnamon roll as we know it.'
Santa Claus' Vegas home burns to the ground on Christmas
Luckily neither Santa nor anyone else was at home at 2 am when the 45-foot tree caught fire likely due to faulty wiring.
Young man's private, pirate fantasy island could be bulldozed
The problem is he didn't get permission from local authorities to create the five-building complex.
Los Angeles women sentenced to 180 days in jail for calling 911 hotline 400 times
Linette Young was convicted on 12 counts of annoying 911 calls and 13 counts of making a false emergency report.
George Zimmerman painting sells for 100k on eBay
The patriotic 18-inch-by-24-inch oil painting of a blue American flag featuring a part of the Pledge of Allegiance, began at $0.99
Texting via vodka vapors - the new drunk texting
A fan was used to propel the alcoholic vapors that were shot out of a spray bottle.
Rob Ford takes heat for bizarre dance break in council meeting (VIDEO)
Still in the throes of a crack cocaine scandal, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford put his dancing shoes on and cut a rug in a bizarre dance break during Tuesday's city council meeting.
Obama, other leaders take heat over selfies at Mandela memorial
President Barack Obama and other world leaders are taking heat over selfies they either took or appeared in during Nelson Mandela's memorial service.
Chinese man kills himself after girlfriend won't stop shopping
The Chinese man was fed up with his girlfriend's five-hour shopping spree, throwing himself over the balcony of a local mall after she wanted to go to one more shoe store, authorities said.
President Clinton's doodling goes viral
The notorious hacker Guccifer found and released the bizarre drawings by Bill Clinton to the website Gawker on Thursday.
Rob Ford unwittingly befriends violent motorcycle gang members
Ford's appearance at the Buffalo Bills game also created mayhem, with fans swarming him for photos.
Pope Francis reveals shocking detail of his past
The Pope used to be a nightclub bouncer in Buenos Aires.
Fired Pizza Hut manager offered job back after social media uproar
Tony Rohr said he was given his marching orders for refusing to open the Pizza Hut restaurant in Elkhart, Indiana, on Thanksgiving.
Gassy whale explodes in gory video (VIDEO)
Bjarni Mikkelsen, a marine biologist at the National Museum of the Faroe Islands, ran for his life, having nearly been swept away by the deluge.
Maurice Owens charged with fraud over banana peel fall (VIDEO)
Maurice Owens of Washington faces the fraud charges after police say video shows him planting a banana peel he slipped on and sued the DC Transit Authority over.
Sriracha hot sauce factory in California told to take breather
Irwindale factory that produces the wildly popular hot sauce ordered to partially close down due to spicy emissions.
America's first printed book auctioned for record $14.2 million
'The Bay Book of Psalms,' believed to be the first published in America in 1640, was printed by Puritan settlers and actually predates the founding of the United States.
Israeli woman fined $140 a day for refusing to circumcise son
The fine comes at the request of the Israeli woman's estranged husband, who wants his son circumcised as the couple goes through divorce proceedings.
No, Greeks are not giving themselves HIV to get welfare
An ill-written paragraph in a report by the World Health Organization seemed to make the claim that half of all new HIV infections in Greece were self-inflicted to get $950 a month in welfare.
Australian family sets Guinness World Record for Christmas lights on a house (VIDEO)
The Richards family decorated their house and garden in Canberra with 502,165 light bulbs.
Black widow spiders found in supermarket-sold fruits
“I looked in the grapes and there was a black widow staring right at me."
Only in Canada: Shark chokes on a moose but is saved by friendly Newfoundlanders
A beached shark was rescued by two passersby after it had bit into a moose and choked on its thick skin and fur.
Libyan MP says she needed handbag grenade for 'self-defense'
Libyan MP Souad Soltan was caught with a grenade in her pocket as she entered Tripoli's city hall on Nov. 21.
Rob Ford's personal trainer is a convicted felon, of course
"Putting Toronto mayor Rob Ford through a Valerio workout. The BodyPro training system!!!”
Sandy Hook shooting game sparks outrage (VIDEO)
The computer game called "The Slaying of Sandy Hook Elementary School" allows players to reenact the day last December when 20 first-graders and six teachers were gunned down in Newtown, Connecticut.
Toronto mayor Rob Ford's TV show cancelled after first day (VIDEO)
The show, brought in approximately 155,000 viewers Monday evening, the highest amount the network had ever seen.