Facebook, Twitter and YouTube have created rewind videos which will remind you of all that dominated social media through the year.
In a recently emerged footage, Donald Trump can be seen being attacked by an eagle.
War veteran Chris Herbert lost his leg in Iraq and his post against Islamophobia is spot on.
“If you’re a Muslim in this community I want you to know that you are always welcome here and that we will fight to protect your rights,” he said.
Head of Croatian Helsinki Committee for Human Rights Ivan Zvonimir Cicak had come to receive an award for their work ahead of Human Right Day.
The Louvre Museum, where the famous painting is housed, has declined to comment on his claims because it “was not part of the scientific team”.
The ace musician was assassinated on December 8, 1980, shortly after his 40th birthday. On the 35th anniversary of his death, we remember him through his music.
It was a lace monitor goanna, which can grow up to two meters long.
But his petition has been dismissed terming the plea as ‘non-maintainable’.
“I’m sorry that your life is so miserable that you have to try to bring others down,” said Lynelle Cantwell.
The service, though not free of cost, has offered to help the pets of those who are forced to evacuate their houses amidst raging waters.
Twitterati broke into a baby frenzy as soon as Mark Zuckerberg shared the news of his daughter Max.
It uses a geo-location tool to trace Facebook and Twitter comments, hires a billboard near the place and puts up the message online for the public to see.
This phenomenon, known as emotional fever, is related to what animals feel in the face of an external stimulus.
On World AIDS Day, a few influencers have come together to launch a social media campaign called #TreatmentForAll.
A Florida-based woman faces a police investigation after she posted a photo of her dog with his mouth taped shut on Facebook.
Australian lawyer sets third Christmas-themed world record by putting 518,838 lights on a tree in Canberra, raising money for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome charity.
If anyone failed to comply with the order, they will have to face the officials’ “tonsorial diktat”.
“I got off at Times Square and I was looking at the atmosphere, the new things that were happening,” Otis Johnson.
Kurien, also known as the ‘Father of the White Revolution,’ turned India from milk-deficient country to the world’s largest milk producer, exceeding America in 1998 with about 17 percent of world’s output in 2010-11.
Ahmed’s family argued in the letter that the boy’s reputation had been “permanently scarred”.
This is the species which sheds some light on the way homo-sapiens have evolved from apes.
This is no joke. Mackie’s, a chocolate firm, is advertising for the year-long position ahead of the factory’s opening next year.
NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft captured Pluto rotating over the course of a full “Pluto day.”
“This can still happen anywhere. Not everything is lost,” writes Arab-American poet Naomi Shihab Nye.