Increasingly popular raw meat meals for dogs and cats may be full of multi-drug resistant bacteria, posing a serious risk to animals and humans, scientists reported on Wednesday.
Creating meat from cells is no longer the realm of science fiction: a Russian cosmonaut did it aboard the International Space Station, and it is just a matter of time before these products arrive in supermarkets.
Every week, devotees of Modern Love, a Sunday column in the New York Times, read all kinds of love stories – heartwarming, heartbreaking, inspiring, infuriating.
IN 1793, the Conciergerie palace-turned-prison in Paris slammed the gate behind its most famous inmate, the hated queen Marie-Antoinette, as she was led to the guillotine.
On the streets, in parks and garages, seven Cuban youngsters spent seven months practising K-pop moves to secure a spot on their dream stage: an appearance in South Korea to imitate their idols.
It takes a brave director to make a comedy about a 10-year-old Nazi and his imaginary friend Hitler – and an even bolder one to play the moustache-and-swastika-clad dictator himself.
The sign greeting visitors at the entrance of Igbo-Ora in southwest Nigeria welcomes people to a place unlike anywhere on the planet: “TWINS CAPITAL OF THE WORLD”.
Television superstar RuPaul Charles gave his millions of fans a little piece of friendly advice on Monday – don’t stop him in the street for a selfie.
When he first arrived in 2014, Japanese-American entrepreneur Kai Kuramoto heard tourists say that Cambodia is a beautiful country, but they were frustrated by the rubbish littering the streets.
Daisy Tam Dic-sze, an academic in Hong Kong, decided to develop a crowdsourcing application last year to help solve one of the city’s biggest problems – food waste.