DEAL — Deal police said they arrested two men who took a taxi to burglarize a house in town and then refused to pay the driver when they drove back to an apartment in Asbury Park with the stolen goods.
But so unexpected was Sean Smyrichinsky’s find, off the western coast of Canada, that he initially thought it was a UFO. Now the Canadian Navy has been dispatched to see if the diver’s explosive claims stack up and he really has found an arrant atomic bomb.
An odd-looking frog with a funny name is currently facing a very serious threat. As National Geographic reports, Titicaca water frogs (Telmatobius coleus), also known as scrotum frogs, are turning up dead by the thousands in South America, and scientists are still unsure why.
To commemorate its new exhibition on the work of queer artist Robert Mapplethorpe, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts held a special evening tour last week where over 100 patrons checked out the late photographer’s work while strutting their stuff in the buff.
This article contains adult content. Every now and then, The Creators Project comes across an artwork that surprises and delights us every bit as much as it confuses us and otherwise has us begging for answers.
Ariad, which makes a drug called Iclusig, has raised the price of the drug four times this year, The Street reports. It now costs $199,000 a year, before factoring in insurance or any discounts. The company's stock was down 15% Friday afternoon.
It all started when one cheese-loving Facebook user posted a message against what she saw as the mislabeling of vegan cheese. “If you’re going to be a vegan don’t call your vegan cheese BECAUSE IT’S NOT CHEESE!” she wrote. “[Some} ‘Vegan Cheese’ [is] made with COCONUTS.
I'll have a bowl of Gary-mac please.
We hate to squash your autumnal dreams, but baking a pumpkin pie might not be as easy as you think. That’s because the canned pumpkin that normally makes pie prep such a breeze isn’t made of pumpkin at all.
Dutch manufacturer VanMoof has come up with a very ingenious way of making sure that its products arrive safely to their customers – printing a flat screen TV on their delivery boxes instead of a bicycle.
Clad in black sweatpants, red jackets and white helmets, the hundreds of cyclists pedaling the treacherously steep, narrow mountain passes to India from Nepal could be mistaken for a Himalayan version of the Tour de France. The similarity, however, ends there.
Freedom of speech. Go ahead an advocate whatever you want, but don't expect no opposition to ridiculous proposals.
The irony of saying, "I refuse to allow our nation to become a place full of fear" and then calling for internment and deportation of a wide swath of American Citizens and immigrants, and banning all practitioners of a particular religion from entering the country, blows my mind.
You can do much better, Arkansas.
Police in Trenton, New Jersey, want to know how a kindergartner wound up with the 30 packets of heroin that were allegedly found in his lunchbox, police tell PEOPLE. According to Trenton police, none of the students at the school ingested the drugs, which were discovered by a teacher.
The property was a neighborhood eyesore: peeling paint, three-foot-high grass, an abandoned 1984 Plymouth. The owner faced up to $3,000 per day in fines for code violations from Hamilton Township, New Jersey, but Anne Glancey had no money to pay for repairs, and no family or friends to help.
Evan from Fight for the Future writes, "What do comedian Hari Kondabolu, Lost star Evangeline Lilly, a Navajo punk band, and one of the dudes from Chumbawamba have in common? They're all part of a nationwide tour to raise awareness about the dangers of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement:
A Burger King manager faces a charge of simple assault for allegedly throwing sauce at a customer after she complained about a bunless burger. The saucy incident reportedly occurred at a Conway, New Hampshire, fast-food outlet.