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World's Ugliest Dog, Beagle-Basset-Boxer Walle, is actually kind of cute
Walle's only faults really are his humpback and oddly elongated body that likely stems from rather diabolical breeding practices.
Some women more prone to casual 'hook-ups' than others, study finds
Researchers found that casual sexual encounters were increasing on college campuses and there are certain factors that make one more prone to them.
Global Smurfs Day celebrated around the world (PHOTOS)
The celebrations, centred in Brussels, come just days before the late Peyo's birthday on the 25th.
'Sheep-eating' plant set to bloom in English garden
The 'sheep-eating' plant native to Chile known as Puya chilensis uses its spikes to trap sheep and other animals for food.
Parisians learn how not to be rude with a new manual
Local tourism authorities in Paris are distributing a manual to Parisians who work closely with tourists on how to be kind to visitors.
No more UFOs for Britain: Ministry of Defense releases last of its alien-tracking files
Britain's Ministry of Defense has released the last of its "X-files" after closing its UFO office in 2009.
Putin offers a replacement for allegedly pilfered Super Bowl ring
Russian president claims he doesn't remember pocketing the Super Bowl ring, but offers to give Patriots owner Robert Kraft a replacement.
UNESCO puts 6 ancient Syrian sites on endangered list, citing damage from civil war
Two years of civil war have inflicted heavy damage on the country's world heritage sites, UNESCO said.
Vatican attributes second miracle to Pope John Paul II, clearing the way for sainthood
Italian media are saying the miracle involved the "extraordinary healing" of a Costa Rican woman who was cured of a severe brain injury.
Kim Jong Un gives Adolf Hitler's 'Mein Kampf' to staff, report says
North Korean ruler Kim Jong Un is rumored to have distributed copies of Adolf Hitler's "Mein Kampf" to top officials earlier this year.
Alaska man mauled after feeding bear barbecue meat
Wildlife authorities say the black bear was 'pretty much goaded' into the attack near a campground north of Anchorage, Alaska.
Japanese 'eyeball licking' trend could spread disease
Curious Japan trend of licking your friend's eyeballs may have unpleasant health side effects
Lululemon CEO job listing requires fluency in Sanskrit and a vote for Pedro
After five years with the company CEO Christine Day announced she was stepping down last week, with the company now searching for someone rather special.
Prostitute falsely advertised her looks, UK man tells police
Officers were not impressed when the man said the hooker had breached the "Sale of Goods Act," by mischaracterizing herself.
Boston parking spots sell for $560,000 at auction (VIDEO)
IRS auctions 2 parking spots in prestigious Back Bay neighborhood of Boston.
Oregon: Two-faced kitten born in town of Amity (VIDEO)
The two-faced kitten named "Deucy" meows out loudly from both mouths, says Amity, Oregon, owner Stephanie Durkee.
Julia Gillard, Australian prime minister, blasts menu at opposition fundraiser as 'offensive'
Australia's Prime Minister Julia Gillard has described a menu at a fundraising dinner — which offered diners "Julia Gillard Kentucky Fried Quail - Small Breasts, Huge Thighs & A Big Red Box" — as "grossly sexist and offensive."
Cocaine found stuffed in banana crate shipped from Colombia
The drugs were discovered at a Coop supermarket chain in Aarhus, apparently having been forgotten by drug smugglers.
1984 by George Orwell sales spike after NSA surveillance leaks
As of Tuesday afternoon, the book jumped an incredible 3,100 percent to number 6 on Amazon's "movers and shakers" list.
Cape Town 'poo wars': 180 protesters arrested in South Africa
At least 180 people were arrested on Monday, some carrying bags of human waste, ahead of a planned protest dubbed the "poo wars" over the lack of proper sanitation in Cape Town.
Astronaut Chris Hadfield, who used Twitter and YouTube to describe space travel — is retiring (VIDEO)
The astronaut, who posted stunning photos and video of his space travels on the internet, including a cover version of David Bowie's classic "Space Oddity" will move back to Canada.
London sushi chain offers table-side service...by drone (VIDEO)
London's YO! Sushi hopes to soon be delivering its meals on a tray that flies through the air, powered by a waiter with an iPad, four tiny rotors and a prayer.
The Krispy Kreme Sloppy Joe: America's most gluttonous creation yet?
A chef at the San Diego County Fair in California created the Krispy Kreme Sloppy Joe Sandwich, slapping ground beef in a glazed donut bun topped with cheese.
Fisherwoman rescues baby moose from Montana river
Doctor and river guide rescue baby moose from a powerful current, drawing the admiration of international animal lovers.
Coffee intoxication and withdrawal now considered mental disorders by psychiatrists
The latest edition of the the psychiatrist's handbook, the DSM, now describes the symptoms created by the caffeinated beverage as "intoxication."
Drug store in Canada sends customer post-apocalyptic response to flyer complaint
Andrew Gardner sent Shopper's Drug Mart an email complaining that he was receiving mail from the company for someone named Matthew.
Woah baby! Woman who didn't know she was pregnant gives birth after a run
Trish Staine gave birth to a healthy baby girl after finishing a 9-mile run. All without knowing she was even pregnant. (VIDEO)
Man learns he's really a woman after trip to doctor in Hong Kong
Man from China with two rare disorders discovers abdominal pain actually an ovarian cyst.
Taco Bell employee axed over licking incident
Taco Bell moves to fire employee who posted photo of himself licking a stack of taco shells on Facebook.
Massive 1,300 pound shark caught off California beach
Mako shark measuring over 11-feet-long caught off Huntington Beach, California by a Texan fisherman.
Psy may set another world record for 'Gangnam Style' dance
October 2012 concert may be inducted as new record for largest "Gangnam Style" dance, with over 100,000 eager participants.