Drunk driving has been a social taboo for decades, but New Jersey has now added drunk droning to the statute books: outlawing the flying of unmanned aircraft after one too many drinks.
Sri Lanka has lifted a 39-year ban on women buying alcohol or working in places that sell or manufacture liquor, an official said Sunday.
Japan’s latest “idol” band, the Virtual Currency Girls, took to the stage for their debut concert Friday to educate the public about cryptocurrencies — playing to frenzied fans waving their arms and chanting together.
US President Donald Trump’s use of the word “shithole” to describe some countries has sparked fury in some quarters and left many media scratching their heads on whether to repeat the slur.
Drinking among Australian teenagers has declined sharply in the past two decades, with parents less likely to supply kids with booze and youths increasingly conscious of their health, researchers said Friday.
Jenny Braconnier sits at a hulking grey machine, amid the fumes of molten lead, swiftly typing out the news from northeast France on a strange-looking keyboard that produces lines of metal type.
Move over AKB48: Japan has a new all-girl “idol” band — the Virtual Currency Girls — on a mission to educate the public about bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
It was mocked for its wilting needles and bare branches, but Rome’s Christmas tree has captured the hearts of locals and tourists alike and there are now plans afoot to save it from the chipper.
A Bangkok clinic that has drawn 100 men a month to its penis whitening service has caused a stir in Thailand, with social media users both baffled and alarmed by the phallic fad.
An Indian airline said Thursday it had grounded two pilots over allegations they had a fight and both briefly stormed out of the cockpit during a New Year’s Day flight from London to Mumbai.
North Koreans attending Pyongyang’s ice sculpture festival have been treated to a chilling glimpse of the country’s latest weaponry — an ICBM in frozen form.