A TIME article titled '65 Million Americans Should Threaten to Not Pay Taxes' has created a social media backlash with Trump supporters reacting with 'abuse' to the suggestion that Democrats should withhold taxes until “democracy is restored.”
Dubai experienced a hazardous but beautiful fog resulting in an array of mesmerizing, although somewhat sinister, images of the city’s skyline, with only some of the world’s tallest buildings seen peeking through.
Fake news is under attack again by two unlikely allies – Pope Francis and Denzel Washington. The pontiff equated the spreading of disinformation to an unhealthy obsession with excrement, while Washington accused the media of spreading “BS.”
The ever-expanding array of tricks performed by robots now includes parkour, after engineers at UC Berkeley taught their bot to spring back off a wall while reversing direction. The robot is said to be the best in the world at vertical mobility.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft has sent its first views of Saturn’s atmosphere taken during its latest mission to the planet, including what NASA described as an “intriguing” look at the planet’s hexagon-shaped jet stream.
Two men who dumped their drunk, naked friend outside in temperatures of three degrees Celsius (37.4 Fahrenheit) when he was snoring loudly face manslaughter charges after the man died as a result of the 'prank'.
An Argentinian music teacher who was convicted of molesting children has died after being severely beaten while he was performing at a concert in a cathedral close to Buenos Aires. Parents of his victims were allegedly responsible for the killing.
A free haircut, especially one that’s done during a boring commute to work, might sound like a good idea but police in Japan would rather you asked the commuters’ permission first after one man cut the hair of up to 30 oblivious passengers.