• Michael Jackson patented 'anti-gravity' shoes following famous lean dance

    For the video of his 1987 single "Smooth Criminal," pop sensation Michael Jackson devised a dance routine. He leaned forward 45 degrees, apparently defying gravity, and completely blew our minds.
  • An Iron Throne made of 300 golf clubs is a hole-in-one

    When you play the game of thrones, you either win or you bogey.
  • The beautiful bugs of Belize

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  • How long will life survive on planet Earth?

    Life on Earth will surely be wiped out eventually. But how long does it have, and what will it take to sterilise the entire planet?
  • Exclusive: Up close with Aston Martin's 800bhp Vulcan

    It costs £1.5m. It's very much not road-legal. Only 24 will be built. You want one.
  • Legday in Russia

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  • Babatunde Aiyegbusi journeys from Poland with NFL dream

    Babatunde Aiyegbusi may never play a down in the NFL, but he can lay claim to victory simply for the fact he was in the United States on Wednesday for a tryout with the Minnesota Vikings.
  • Shakira - Loca ft. Dizzee Rascal

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  • Australia's natural treasures

    From the iconic kangaroo to the beautiful Blue Mountains, Australia boasts some amazing and unique wildlife and unforgettable landscapes.
  • Nine films to watch in April

    BBC Culture picks nine films coming out next month, including Ex Machina, the Avengers sequel and Russell Crowe's directorial debut.
  • Luxury Cigars, From Cuba To China

    Smoking has declined globally, but one niche segment of the cigarette market is thriving. Sales of premium cigars are growing at between 4% and 5% a year, with a typical smoker getting younger by the day.
  • 15 Interviewing Tips That Convert to Job Offers

    One of the philosophies that our recruiters adhere to is that if, as a candidate, you’re going to attend an interview, you might as well perform at 110% during the meeting.
  • MLB Worth $36 Billion As Team Values Hit Record $1.2 Billion Average

    If Major League Baseball traded on a stock exchange it would be worth $36 billion.
  • Sheriff's office offers Home Security Tips

    Here's good advice from a sheriff's office about how to protect your house.
  • Justin Timberlake - What Goes Around...Comes Around

    Music video by Justin Timberlake performing What Goes Around...Comes Around. (C) 2007 Zomba Recording, LLC
  • Ed Sheeran - Thinking Out Loud

  • Ten shocking animal diseases that may threaten species

    It's not just humans that have to deal with epidemics. Disease outbreaks can kill thousands of animals very quickly. They hit especially hard if the animals are rare, threatened or fragmented species. Over the last few decades many new animal diseases have emerged, and older diseases have spread to new areas.
  • Apple boss 'disappointed' by new Indiana religious law

    Apple's chief executive, Tim Cook, has joined other tech firms in denouncing a law passed in the US state of Indiana, which some argue could allow businesses to discriminate against gay and lesbian customers. Governor Mike Pence signed a bill on Thursday that prevents the state from restricting a person's ability to exercise their religion.
  • Timbaland - Apologize ft. OneRepublic

    Music video by Timbaland performing Apologize. (C) 2007 Mosley Music/Interscope Records
  • How You Really Look While Taking That Selfie | WIRED

    People love taking photos of themselves, and they especially love taking photos of themselves on the Avenue of Stars. It's a long, seaside promenade in Hong Kong lined with statues and plaques honoring actors in the city's movie industry. It's a tourist hotspot, and sightseers take full advantage of photo ops with stars from Bruce Lee to McDull the cartoon pig.
  • FAST & FURIOUS - Hands in the air

  • NASA astronaut launches to space station, his home for an entire year

    NASA astronaut Scott Kelly launched to the International Space Station on a Russian Soyuz rocket on Friday for a year-long mission that will reveal more about humans in space and get us one step closer to Mars.
  • Tim Cook will give away his Apple fortune

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  • Antarctica may have just set its highest temperature on record

    Antarctica, Earth's coldest, most barren continent, may have just set a remarkably unusual weather record.
  • The Best Wines to Pair With Chocolate

    Chocolate and wines are said to go well together but that isn't always the case. WSJ's Will Lyons discusses what to look for in wine and chocolate pairings
  • Barron's Buzz: A Look at Banks, and More...

    Barron's Jack Hough previews the new issue of the magazine, including a look at the banking industry and a new kind of sugar warning.
  • A Profile of Germanwings Co-Pilot Andreas Lubitz

    A German prosecutor on Friday said 27-year-old Andreas Lubitz had been issued a doctor's note, excusing him from work the day of the Airbus A320 crash. Mark Kelly reports.
  • Why Kevin Durant's Season-Ending Foot Injury is Bad News for the Thunder and the Entire NBA

    In midst of March Madness, the NBA was rocked by some genuinely awful, but not totally unexpected, news.
  • Chris Christie Says Marijuana Taxes Are Blood Money. Is He Right?

    Government needs money, and there is no shortage of interest in generating tax revenues from marijuana. But not in New Jersey, not if Governor Christ Christie has anything to say about it.