Whether it's Where's Wally or Joe Wicks, children and teachers are dressing up as literature's favourite characters for today's World Book Day.
Foods include artisan chocolate worth over £300, fresh sea urchins and the Rolls Royce of vinegar
The pair "could barely walk the few steps from our car to our office", according to the husband until he shed ten pounds in four months.
A YouTuber who claimed a raw vegan diet cured her of breast cancer died of the disease after it spread to her blood, liver and lungs.
With over 300,000 followers on Instagram, Messi is a celebrity. His owners say he's "part of the family".
A New York Times opinion piece argued that yoga pants are only worn because "they're sexy" and has since enraged countless women on Twitter.
After a huge sinkhole swallowed cars on a street in Rome, we look at other craters that have suddenly opened up around the world.
After spending his teenage years going in and out of prison, Coss Marte turned his life around aged 23.
Donald Trump is a typical Fire Dog: hot-tempered, talkative and argumentative. Chinese astrologers predict his second year in office will be even more tempestuous than his first.
Ashbourne is home to one of Britain's oldest and bloodiest sporting traditions: the Royal Shrovetide Football Match, played every year on Shrove Tuesday and Ash Wednesday.
"That looks bad, plane and simple," Google engineer Erik Haddad tweeted.
On 14 February, it's worth remembering that being single has its plus sides, too.
Investigators believe the incident could have been caused by iced over speed sensors which fed the wrong reading to the pilots.
This most important of Hindu festivals falls on Tuesday 13 through to Wednesday 14 February 2018.
Dating expert Alix Fox spoke to IBTimes UK about caspering, which is the opposite of ghosting.
German study finds red-fronted lemurs from Madagascar can differentiate between species.
Southwestern Airlines flight was carrying 139 passengers when it had to be evacuated at John Wayne Airport in Santa Monica.
Behind the ostrich feathers and sequins, the parades tackle serious matters such as crime, corruption, drugs, poverty and intolerance towards the LGBT community.
Words like 'ghosting' and 'cuffing' show we need to change how we approach dating before it's too late.
A panorama photograph of motorbikes in a World War Two shipwreck in the Red Sea has won Underwater Photographer of the Year 2018.