Weird Wide Web
Move over, ultrasounds: Fetus holograms are the next big trend (VIDEO)
Japanese company Pioneer has developed technology that prints 3D holograms of unborn babies.
Pot smokers are skinnier, study says
Marijuana users had smaller waists and were better able to regulate insulin in the body.
Life-size Barbie Dreamhouse opens in Berlin (PHOTOS)
The first life-size Barbie Dreamhouse opened in Berlin on Thursday and is being guarded by police after feminist groups and left-wing activists said they would picket the plastic villa.
Malaria mosquitoes attracted to human scent, British study shows
Mosquitoes carrying malaria are somehow manipulated by parasites carrying the disease to make a bee line for the smell of humans, researchers from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine say.
US, Russia inmates play chess tournament via Skype (VIDEO)
Russian inmates have teamed up with their counterparts in the biggest prison in the US, Chicago's Cook County Jail, to play a chess tournament via Skype.
Whites-only scholarship still offered at Columbia University
Columbia University is struggling to get rid of its whites-only scholarship that has been around since 1920.
Sushi cats ad campaign puzzles and bemuses the world (VIDEO)
Nut company Tange & Nakimushi created a series of photos of cats made into sushi and then a video inventing a bizarre back story.
Tim Cook coffee auction closes with $610,000 winning bid
An anonymous bidder paid $610,000 for coffee with Apple CEO Tim Cook in a celebrity 'face time' auction.
Zimbabwe man dies, wakes up in coffin
Brighton Dama Zanthe woke from the dead as mourners looked on in disbelief.
Czech president appears drunk at state ceremony (VIDEO)
A little stumble for the young Czech presidency in Prague.
Whitney Houston wannabe forces down LA-New York flight
A woman who refused to stop singing Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You" during a flight from Los Angeles to New York forced the flight down and was removed for being disruptive.
Zimbabwe: Elephant tramples would-be poacher to death
Suspected poacher Solomon Manjaro reportedly trampled to death by the elephant he was trying to poach inside a national park in Zimbabwe.
Boston student accepted to UCLA after Twitter campaign
Bernie Zak, an 18-year-old senior at Brookline High School, was placed on the wait-list to get into UCLA but was later accepted.
Huge ice tsunami swallows homes on Canadian lake Dauphin (VIDEO)
A rural area in central Canada has seen what can only be described as an ice tsunami in recent days.
Furor erupts over Benjamin Netanyahu's $127,000 in-flight bed on Europe trip
Benjamin Netanyahu had a $127,000 custom-built bedroom installed on a plane chartered to carry him and his wife on a flight to London to attend Margaret Thatcher's funeral last month, a five-and-a-half-hour flight.
Ground control to Major Tom: International Space Station astronaut does Bowie (VIDEO)
Astronaut Chris Hadfield treats Earth to a rendition of "Space Oddity" all the way from the International Space Station.
More smuggled dinosaur skeletons to be returned to Mongolia
More illegally smuggled dinosaur skeletons have been discovered in the US.
Man goes on bulldozer rampage in Washington
Barry Alan Swegle of Port Angeles drove his bulldozer into four houses, pushing one off its foundations, following a long-running dispute with neighbors over a property line.
Surgeon accidentally removes the wrong kidney at New York hospital
The surgeon at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York - one of the most prestigious hospitals in the US - was relieved of his duties after the mishap.
Richard Branson tells Australian business students not to waste money on degrees
The billionaire Virgin Group founder and high-school dropout, an outspoken critic of formalized education, says success is hard to teach.
EasyJet flies a ton of volcanic ash to Reykjavik, Iceland, to test new AVOID safety system
The AVOID (Airborne Volcanic Object Imaging Detector) system, developed in the wake of the April 2010 eruption of the Eyjafjallajokull volcano in Iceland, is designed to help aircraft avoid catastrophe.
Stranded car on a construction site in China
Construction workers in Taiyuan left the Volkswagen for 10 days apparently before beginning to dismantle the site.
2002 Bali bombing survivor escapes death in a fatal volcano eruption in Philippines
Ewan Marshall of Perth, who was headed for the Sari Club in Bali when it was bombed in 2002, narrowly escaping death, was climbing Mt Mayon when it erupted.
Poutine pop in Canada for limited time thanks to Jones Soda (VIDEO)
Chips and cheese covered in gravy now available in bottled form. Only in Canada, you say? OK, fine by us.
Dennis Rodman to Kim Jong Un: 'Do me a solid' and free Kenneth Bae
In a tweet, Dennis Rodman asked Kim Jong Un to "do me a solid" and release American Kenneth Bae from custody in North Korea.
Shooting target 'The Ex' (as in ex-girlfriend) featured at NRA convention (VIDEO)
Angry about a breakup? "The Ex" female shooting target bleeds when you shoot at it.
Check out Google Street View's halfcat
This two-legged cat is a must-see.
Single mom in California wins $14 million lottery
Thuan Le, of Santa Ana, California, says a simple mistake purchasing her usual lottery ticket won her $14 million.
Online auction to sell EKG of Neil Armstrong's heartbeat (VIDEO)
An upcoming interstellar auction will feature an EKG of Neil Armstrong's heartbeat prior to the moon landing, as well as artifacts from Apollo 11 and other missions.
Couple sues Air Canada after ordering a 7UP in French and getting Sprite
A French-Canadian man is suing Air Canada after complaints the airline wasn't living up to its bilingual obligations.
RoboBee: a buzzworthy insect-sized robot is invented at Harvard (VIDEO)
Harvard scientists have invented an insect-sized robot that can launch itself into the air, hover and fly around – just like a real bug.