Vladimir Putin doesn’t dial the wrong number. You answer the wrong phone.
It appears the Russian president — some would say strongman — is destined to replace Chuck Norris as everyone’s favorite tough guy after he received a high honor from the World Taekwondo Federation on Wednesday.
Muroff said when he and his wife, Esther, brought the desk home they discovered it wouldn't fit through the door of their office, so they took it apart, unhooking file cabinet drawers and removing its top.
Note to self: never say anything that can be placed into quotation marks.
First on that list should be this: “some women.”
Lululemon founder Chip Wilson is learning that lesson the hard way this week after an interview with Bloomberg TV.
Forensic experts confirmed on Friday that Pablo Neruda — the Nobel Prize winning poet who died days after Chile’s bloody 1973 coup — was not poisoned.
The six-month investigation by Chilean and foreign experts isn’t resting well with Neruda’s family and supporters, however.
Neruda’s body was exhumed in April based on suspicions of those closest to the self-avowed communist, who suggested he was assassinated by right-wing ruler Gen. Augusto Pinochet.
A bay cat — one of the rarest cats in the world — has been spotted on camera in Borneo.
Ecologists from the Zoological Society of London and Imperial College London used camera traps all over the jungle in Borneo to snap photos of the creature.