Been sitting outside with a group and wondered why some people are bitten more often than others by mosquitoes? The answer lies in the genes, resulting in some people being ‘super magnets’ for the buzzing nuisances.
An image of an Android urinating on an Apple logo has been spotted on Google Maps. Clearly visible on the company's renowned mapping service, it is joined by a message nearby that pokes fun at Google's content review policies.
Southern Chile is on "Red Alert" after two eruptions of the Calbuco volcano spewed 23.5 inches of ash in some places, according to Chile's Ministry of Interior and Public Safety. New advisories say the ash could reach an altitude of 12,000 feet.
The Miami Dolphins football team is at a crossroads and this years NFL Draft could prove vital in the success of the franchise. This team has made several roster moves over the last twelve months, but it must now take the next step and start winning.
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A Virginia man who was being held on a drug charge and was wearing a GPS tracking device may have fled the state, and possibly the country because he may have found a novel way to confound authorities.
Super Bowl XLIX may go down in history as the greatest championship game in NFL history. The New England Patriots won and the traditional invitation to the White House was issued. QB Tom Brady did not attend the celebratory event.
The entire genome of the extinct woolly mammoth has now been sequenced and for the first time science has a blueprint, a step-by-step guide or manual, on how to assemble one. There are no plans to do so — yet.
Poland on Friday said it had denied entry to a Russian biker gang backed by the Kremlin that plans to ride through Europe to celebrate the Soviet Union's role in the World War II victory over Nazi Germany.
Families of foreign drug convicts set to be hauled before the firing squad in Indonesia issued desperate mercy pleas on Saturday, as France warned of "diplomatic consequences" if one of its nationals is executed.
A long standing post-World War II program that has allowed the government to seize portions of raisin farmers' crops is being called into question in the Supreme Court. In hearings so far, several justices have been highly critical of the program.