An investigation has been launched after an 82-year-old woman was pronounced dead at a New York nursing home - only to be found breathing three hours later at a funeral home.
Whisky's ingredients are beneficial to keeping the skin healthy, according to a new study.
People are more likely to express disgust and frustration on social media when they are at train stations, new research suggests.
A barbie doll maker has made history by introducing its first doll with scoliosis.
Sleep: don't get enough and you feel rubbish, get too much and you feel rubbish.
The buyer of an original Mr Blobby costume - who was set to pay £62,000 for the item - has reportedly backed out of the sale.
Craigievar Castle in Scotland has been enveloped in pink mesh for a major conservation project in a bid to restore its "fairytale" aesthetics.
Nacreous cloud has been spotted in Scotland by sky-gazers and is known to be a rare 'mother-of-pearl' cloud.
The world's oldest person - a Spanish woman born in California - has recommended "staying away from toxic people".
A man has died after a dog stepped on a rifle and shot him from the rear of a truck in the US state of Kansas.
A white card has been issued for the first time in a football match in Portugal.
Pet fish have spent money and revealed their owner's credit card details to thousands of people during a live stream.
The world's biggest pest-control group is planning to eliminate rats through the use of facial recognition, with trials now taking place in people's homes.
Passengers have travelled on a full-size self-driving bus for the first time in the UK, with one of them describing the experience as "brilliant".
A giant cane toad dubbed "Toadzilla" has been discovered in Australia.
The BBC has apologised after its live FA Cup broadcast was interrupted by a pornographic prank.
A large shark has been spotted swimming close to a popular beach in the Australian city of Perth.
Cristiano Ronaldo's FIFA rating has hit its lowest level in 16 years.
Moving forward, irregardless of how you may feel about it, a university in the US has added a number of words and phrases to a "banished" list.
A seaside town's New Year fireworks were cancelled on the advice of wildlife experts due to the presence of a wandering walrus.
A frog that travelled more than 4,000 miles on a bunch of bananas was among the RSPCA's most "weird and wonderful" animal rescues of 2022.
A wandering Walrus, which has popped up in several North Sea and Atlantic coastal harbours in recent months, has appeared in Scarborough just in time for 2023.
A man has avoided jail after drunkenly attacking a pet tortoise at a nursery in California.
Police broke down the doors of a London art gallery to save a woman slumped unconscious over a table - only to discover she was made of packing tape and foam filler.
A businessman has been left with 18,000 useless T-shirts which wrongly herald England as World Cup champions.
A pair of high-end headphones equipped with a personal air purifier that may leave you looking like a Batman villain have been priced at a whopping £749.
Spanish police are searching for 14 people who ran from a commercial plane after an emergency landing - which was forced by a woman 'faking' that she was about to give birth.
New York City is advertising for a "somewhat bloodthirsty" person not opposed to "wholesale slaughter" to be its new rat czar.
A Thai temple has been left without any monks after they all failed drug tests and were expelled.
An album of frog calls is hoping to overtake Taylor Swift and clinch the top spot in Australia's music charts.
Thousands of people stripped off for a mass nude photo on an Australian beach to raise awareness about skin cancer.
A five-year-old boy in Australia has survived being bitten and crushed by a python the length of a car that dragged him into a swimming pool.
Characters from the very bottom of the sea to the far reaches of outer space soared above New York for the city's 96th annual Macy's Thanksgiving parade.
A New Zealand property owner is hoping to stand out from other sellers by offering a free Tesla to the person who buys their home.
It turns out the Milky Way is not the only cosmic entity with chocolatey connotations.
The US National Park Service is warning visitors to stop licking one of America's largest toads.
An evening of potty training went badly wrong after a toddler got her head stuck in a toilet seat.
Bounty bars in Celebrations tubs could be a lot harder to find this Christmas.
NASA has shared an image of the sun "smiling", after one of their satellites captured patterns on its surface appearing to show a happy face.
Cambridge University Botanic Garden has revealed what it calls a "special gift" to plant enthusiasts - and it's a "total stinker".