Cops in Florida are looking for the driver of an out-of-control car that hit a teenage boy on a bicycle and then sped away from the spot. The video of the horrific hit-and-run has been viewed over 10 million times since being shared online on Tuesday.
In a brilliantly timed Throwback Thursday post, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has posted a video showing the exact moment he found out he got into Harvard nearly 15 years ago. Famously a Harvard dropout, Mr Zuckerberg will be giving the commencement speech at the university's upcoming graduation ceremony on May 25. He'll even be getting an honorary degree.
Users of Zomato woke up to the news of a major security breach at the app with over 17 million user accounts records stolen. As worried users took steps to safeguard themselves from the Zomato hack, many on Twitter were occupied with more pressing issues - making jokes.
A man looking to click a picture of a wild otter got more than he bargained for when the animal chased him down a road. A video shared by Lockerbie, Scotland resident Rory MacPherson shows an otter persistently running after him, forcing him to sit inside his car.
Forget Bajrangi Bhaijaan's Selfie Le Le Re - there's an all new anthem for the selfie-obsessed and it's taking the Internet by storm. Grab your earphones and listen to Selfie Maine Leli Aaj sung by Dhinchak Pooja right now. The track is currently trending on YouTube.
Omar the cat is nearly four feet long and officials from Guinness World Records believe he may be the world's longest domestic cat. Three-year-old Omar already weighs 14 kilograms and measures about 3 feet and 11 inches long.The current record holder, UK-based Ludo, is 3 feet and 10.59 inches long.
A bunch of students from Barberton High School in Ohio, US, willingly got pepper-sprayed - all in the name of education. A video shows as a many as 14 students standing in line for the experiment as part of a Criminal Science Technology class. Their reactions have made the video go viral all over social media.
Written by Sanya Jain | Thursday May 18, 2017, New Delhi
As a doctor at California's Petaluma Valley Hospital, Dr Victoria Williams had delivered hundreds of babies. She would still never have thought that one day she would deliver her own baby herself, inside a car.
In an interview with De Telegraaf newspaper, Dutch King Willem-Alexander reveals he has been a frequent co-pilot for KLM Royal Dutch Airlines.For the past 21 years, the king of the Netherlands has flown twice a month as co-pilot - and his passengers didn't have a clue.