The sight of Darth Vader, riding a unicycle and playing flaming bagpipes, isn't uncommon in Portland, Oregon, the city of weird. But thanks to a viral video on Facebook, millions more are discovering the Unipiper, as he likes to be called.
Winter is here. And FOX6 News Milwaukee's Amy DuPont was about to go live to give her viewers in Wisconsin, USA the latest on the weather front, when her photographer decided to start an impromptu snowball fight. We think Ms DuPont handled being pummeled in the face with an icy-cold snowball like an absolute pro.
A pair of twin brothers tied the knot with a pair of twin sisters in northeastern China's Heilongjiang province. Not only do the two pairs of twins look virtually identical, they even have names that sound pretty similar. The brothers are named Zheng Dashuang and Zheng Xiaoshuang whereas the sisters are named Liang Jing and Liang Qing, reports Shanghaiist.
British astronomers have come up with a new set of constellations inspired by modern-day figures such as Harry Potter and Usain Bolt in an attempt to teach children about the layout of the universe. The eight new constellations are the brainchild of The Big Bang Fair, a science education event for young people and astronomers at the University of Birmingham.
Just over a year after he was maimed for gnawing on someone's shoes, Cola is now romping across a beach on new sleek paws: curved "blade runner" prosthetics modelled on those used by Paralympian sprinters.
Frequent flyers often list crying babies on board (there's always at least one) as one of their biggest frustrations in flight. And parents travelling with little ones know what a challenge dealing with judgemental co-passengers giving you dirty looks can be. Here's how new parents Amal and George Clooney tackled that problem on a recent flight.
Dizzying footage shows a daredevil slackliner walk across France's River Seine - while suspended nearly 200 feet up in the air. It took 23-year-old trapeze artist Nathan Paulin nearly half an hour to complete the dangerous walk. The stomach-churning stunt was part of an effort to raise money for research into rare diseases.