Serial Bride With 10 Husbands Admits She Marries to Help Beaus Get US Citizenship

By Maria Slither - Apr 14, 2015 01:37 PM EDT

Liana Barrientos, also known as the ‘serial bride’ has received charges of felony and fraud for marrying ten husbands without divorcing.

Baby Brain' Does Not Exist; Forgetfulness During Pregnancy Is Not True: Study

By Maria Slither - Apr 10, 2015 12:27 PM EDT

A recent study debunked the idea of having a baby braiin during pregnancy. In the tests, pregnant women have the same performance with other women.

Most Beautiful Man and Woman Revealed, According to Scientists

By Maria Slither - Apr 08, 2015 11:08 AM EDT

Using technology, a scholar in the UK conducted a survey that finds out their concept of 'ideal beauty.'

Hugh Jackman Hinted The Next 'Wolverine' Installment Will Be His Last

By Maria Slither - Mar 30, 2015 10:33 AM EDT

Hugh Jackman's latest post on Instagram let sources speculated if he will be retiring from his iconic 'Wolverine' soon.

College Student Googled His Math Teacher; Gets Amazed He's Also A Fashion Model

By Maria Slither - Mar 30, 2015 10:35 AM EDT

A college student from the University Colege of London has not stopped noticing his Math teacher's attractive physique so he googled his profile. And lo! He was amazed to find out more than he could imagine about him!

7 in 10 Women Fake Orgasms- A Third Just Want Sex to End

By Maria Slither - Mar 27, 2015 01:22 PM EDT

A recent Cosmopolitan survey said that not all women engaged in sex reach their orgasms.

Discworld Author Sir Terry Pratchett Dies At 66: Fans Want Novelist Reinstated

By Maria Slither - Mar 13, 2015 02:12 PM EDT

Renowned author, Sir Terry Pratchett, was found dead in his home on March 12 Thursday. His publishers said that he succumbed to a natural death caused by his long battle with Alzheimer's.

List of Energy Drinks That Contain Outrageous Amounts of Sugar Revealed

By Maria Slither - Feb 28, 2015 10:41 AM EST

A UK campaigner group said that energy drinks could be harmful to children as these contain as much as 20 teaspoons of sugar in each bottle. The group is currently asking the energy drinks to be banned.

Not All Trending News Online Is True, Study Says

By Maria Slither - Feb 14, 2015 02:53 PM EST

A research on journalism led by Craig Silverman talks about the drive among websites to add 'questionable' news. This drive is said to be motivated by the desire to garner page views and traffic to the site rather ran presenting accurate and well-researched news.

French Government Donates $1.2 Million to Charlie Hebdo

By Ashwin Subramania - Jan 10, 2015 06:49 AM EST

The ailing French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo is set to receive a financial reprieve of $1.2 million from the French government following the barbaric attack in their office that resulted in the death of 12 people.

China’s Food Scandal, Five Detained: Report

By Staff Reporter - Jul 23, 2014 12:58 PM EDT

Five people was arrest following the investigation into Chinese-based supplier of foreign fast-food brands as the firm supplied old and rotten meat

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