Six years after the nuclear meltdown at Fukushima, a new danger —radioactive boars

Wild boar and crows in Fukushima Prefecture compete for food scraps. They descend on towns and villages, plundering crops and rampaging through homes. They occasionally attack humans. But perhaps most dangerous of all, the...

Barbie, are you ready for man-bun or dad-bod Ken?

The original Ken doll, center, has been joined by a one with a slim body type, left, and one with a broader body type, right. The range of Kens has also been updated to...

Power Move: Gorsuch Opts Out Of High Court Labor Pool

Justice Neil Gorsuch speaks after his swearing as an associate justice of the Supreme Court in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, U.S., April 10, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Barria In an early...

Dakota Johnson to Star in Courtroom Drama ‘Unfit’ for Amazon

“Fifty Shades” star Dakota Johnson has signed on to star in and executive produce historical courtroom drama “Unfit” for Amazon. Brett Ratner and John Cheng are producing for RatPac Entertertainment. Johnson will serve as...

Japan sanctions Rs 8,600cr for Mumbai trans-harbour link plan

“The financial assistance would be utilised to develop an expressway link comprising a dual three-lane main- carriageway bridge connecting Sewri on the northeastern periphery of Mumbai to Chirle in Navi Mumbai,” Jica said in...

Relatives charged over murder mystery that has gripped France for three decades

The great aunt and uncle of a four-year-old boy murdered 32 years ago in France have been charged with his kidnapping, raising hopes that a case that has gripped the country could finally be...

‘Celebrity Family Feud’: George Lopez, Eva Longoria test show’s rules

From l-r: "Celebrity Family Feud" host Steve Harvey, Eva Longoria and Amaury Nolasco. (ABC) “Celebrity Family Feud” returned for the second episode of the season, bringing in a lot more star power than its...

How Democrats will take revenge on Republicans for their health-care abomination

It was one of the most vulgar scenes we've seen in Washington in a long time. Republicans, having just narrowly passed a bill through the House that would take away health coverage from tens...

Cuban Man Who Interrupted May Day Waving U.S. Flag Is Missing, Says Family

The family of a Cuban man arrested on Monday for waving an American flag during the nation’s communist May Day celebration says his whereabouts are unknown. They fear the government has taken him as...

Adrian Edmondson: ‘I met my wife in a strip club’

I spent my childhood in army camps, which are pretty weird places. My father taught forces children. I was sent to boarding school in England when I was 11. We had gone out to...

Are these Canadians more Scottish than Scots?

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Zion Harvey, the first child to undergo a double hand transplant, can now manage an array of dexterous tasks, from swinging a baseball bat to holding a whisk upright.

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International rugby ref Nigel Owens says his struggle with bulimia isn't over.

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