Stars, they're just like us: When they bring dogs into Australia without filling out the proper paperwork, they have to appear on camera to apologize to the country.
"Why in Merlin's saggy balls have an age restriction?" one angry adult muggle wrote on the Facebook event's page.
This morning, two suicide bombers who attacked Brussels yesterday were named, a cop called Ted Cruz's comments about Muslim neighborhood patrols "foolish," a Tribe Called Quest's Phife Dawg has died, and more.
To mark the UN's World Water Day I caught up with the photographer to talk about how different cultures perceive water, its exploitation, and the challenges to preserve our planet's most vital resource.
Young people from across the West describe how they're struggling to pay off student loans, find jobs that pay a living wage, and carve out a life for themselves.
Fiona Wood's revolutionary treatment, ReCell, lets skin grow on the patient instead of in a culture flask.
This morning, the Koch brothers are not funding efforts to block Trump, North Korea defies UN sanctions by shooting missiles into the sea, a team of refugees will compete at the Rio Olympics, and more.
This morning, Apple promises its new iPhone will be harder to hack, France Demands $1.8 Billion from Google in taxes, and Amazon removes all hoverboards from its site.
The bill paves the way for medicinal cannabis products to be grown, manufactured, and prescribed in Australia.
This morning, Barack Obama will make an 'historic' visit to Cuba, Turkey has vows to retaliate after a car bomb killed 28 people in Ankara, Nike dumps Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao for being a homophobe, and more.
This morning, Apple will contest a court order to hand over the San Bernardino gunman's iPhone data, China 'deploys' missiles to the South China Sea, Eagles of Death Metal return to play Paris' Bataclan, and more.
Atlantium is a non-territorial global sovereign entity near Sydney, Australia that almost went to war with another micronation over a dispute about stamps.
This morning, an American has transmitted the Zika virus through sex, legal marijuana is the nation's fastest growing industry, South Korea have warned North Korea over an alleged ballistic missile test, and more.
A genius named Ted Cruz thinks it did.
We also learn about the DIY internet network that could disrupt major providers and visit the Australian bar that really loves George Costanza.
Californian Redwoods are the tallest trees in the world. Eighty years ago the Victorian Government planted some to see if they'd grow here. Turns out they can, and they're set to break records.
Mostly Australia lived up to its global reputation as the world's largest trailer park.
Australia's viral Stoner Sloth antidrug PSAs show why stigmatizing and mocking addicts never helps them.
Read this open letter, signed by a number of prominent Australians, calling for pill testing at festivals.
Turns out the problems caused by drugs are dwarfed by the carnage caused by booze.
After the Danish company made it clear they didn't want to be associated with political art, Ai Weiwei sought out some alternative options.
Some believe "drug checking" stations, which test drugs for harmful substances, set up outside festivals could help curb the deaths.
The final wording of the "historic" 31-paged document means the effects it will have of any particular nation are far from clear.
We also look at photographer Stacy Kranitz's vision of Appalachia, talk art crime with investigator Mark Fishstein, and try the best grilled cheese sandwich in Marfa.