This Week's Uplifting Coronavirus News: 3 Ways Humans Coped This Past Week With Acts of Kindness
The world isn't always so dark and scary. A 6-year-old boy sets up a "joke stand," a U.K. man claps for 24 hours, and nurses and a patient exchange uplifting notes through a glass ICU window. Here's how humans have coped with the pandemic this week with acts of kindness.
Divorced for 30 Years, Elderly Couple Remarries Under COVID-19 Pandemic
The coronavirus pandemic makes us all take love a little more seriously—especially elderly couple Kjeld and Lotte Pressler.
Can COVID-19 Be Spread Through Farts? These Australian Doctors Suggest So.
The Australian Broadcasting Company puts out a podcast called the “Coronacast”. An episode aired on April 17, where Dr. Norman Swan mentioned that farts could potentially spread the virus.
WATCH: A World-Famous Indonesian Volcano Just Erupted, and It's Pretty Dramatic
Anak Krakatau, the site of the largest volcanic eruption in the last 140 years, is erupting in Indonesia.
The 7 Best Interactive Maps Tracking the Coronavirus in Real-Time
It's more important than ever that we have the facts. If you're tired of checking headlines or googling "coronavirus updates" three times a day, here's where you can find the most up-to-date data on the virus in real-time.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Are Moving to Los Angeles
Attention all fans of the Royal Family: the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are relocating from Vancouver Island to Los Angeles!
Japanese Billionaire Holds a Competition to Find a Girlfriend to Accompany Him to the Moon
The Japanese billionaire who paid to be the first person to go to the moon via Elon Musk's SpaceX doesn't want to go there alone. So he's hoping to find a girlfriend—via a competition.
Listen Up, Flat-Earthers: The Universe Could Be a Hologram
There’s been a heated debate roaming around the internet about whether the Earth is flat or round.
Luxury Maldives Resort Holding Contest Seeking Intern to Spend 2 Weeks Swimming With Sea Turtles
A summer internship with sea turtles now open at this luxury resort in the Maldives, all expenses paid.
Here's What Happened When A Man Sued to Take 20 Years Off His Life
At 69, Emile Ratelband feels 49 – and he'd like a birth certificate to prove it.
Amazon’s Founder Reveals Plan to Visit the Moon by 2024 With Newly Developed Craft
One giant leap for mankind, just another day for Jeff Bezos.
Watch: Prince Harry and Meghan Introduce 'Baby Sussex' to the World
Two days after his birth, we get a peek at the royal baby!
Man Forgot His Bitcoin Password, and It Could Cost Him $220 Million
Safe and secure ... even the owner can't find his password. He has just two more attempts at entering the correct password.
Tower of London's 'Much Loved' Raven Queen Missing, Presumed Dead
Merlina, the "much-loved" raven queen of the Tower of London, is missing and presumed dead.
High School Sweethearts Reunite After Nearly 70 Years Apart
It's a match-made-in-heaven ... or in fairy tales. How this couple found each other again is simply unimaginable.
Woman Dresses Up to Take the Garbage Out for Charity
An Essex woman dressed up every Wednesday for months in glamorous outfits during the pandemic. She made the simple task of taking out the trash glamorous and newsworthy.
Man Digs Tunnel to Meet With Secret Lover—Still Gets Caught
Showing a huge commitment to infidelity-a Mexican construction worker, known only as Alberto, dug a tunnel to his lover's house to meet in secret. That secret didn't keep.
The Earth Is Spinning Faster and Might Require a 'Negative Leap Second'
Over the course of time, the Earth's rotation has varied slightly. The Earth is rotating faster than it has in nearly 500 years, possibly causing an official timeclock "reset."
Slack Suffers From Global Outage: What You Need to Know
Slack, the popular workplace instant messaging tool, is down and suffering from a global outage, as of January 4. The platform has been down since 10 a.m. EST, according to reports.
Rome's Ancient Colosseum to Get a Major Upgrade
A brand new retractable floor will be installed.
Australian Beaches Covered in Snake-Infested Sea Foam
Recent storms stirred up a ton of sea foam along the beaches of New South Wales and Queensland, Australia. In fact, reports are suggesting (and warning) residents that something may be lurking beneath the surface of the sea foam—sea snakes.
VIDEO: Russian Man Narrowly Escapes Getting Crushed By a Slab of Concrete While Cleaning Off Windshield
A young man in Vladivostock, Russia, had a close call while cleaning off his windshield.
Russian Health Officials Recommend No Alcohol for 2 Months After COVID-19 Vaccine, But Is the Warning Accurate?
Some Russian health officials have suggested a two-month alcohol ban after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine in order to protect the immune system. However, others are suggesting a two-day ban could do the trick. According to most health officials, moderate consumption should be okay.
Meet the Future of Sustainable Energy: Solar Panels Made From Food Waste
Enter engineering student Carvey Ehren Maigue of Mapua University in Manila, Philippines. He is the first winner of the new James Dyson Sustainability Award for his invention: soar panels made from waste crops.