The phrase “don’t try this at home” takes on a new meaning: this extreme driver/mountain biker just broke the world speed record in mountain biking with a staggering 138.75 mph (223 kmph). And he did it off an icy mountain.
Tony Blair waded into the Labour Party election campaign on Tuesday, warning voters that a Conservative victory in May, leading to a referendum on Britain’s EU membership, would plunge the nation into a period of instability not seen since World War II.
Famous for remixing Prime Minister David Cameron’s conference speech, Cassetteboy returns to political satire, this time teaming up with Russell Brand to create a promotional remix for the comedian’s new documentary.
The decision by the BBC to sack Jeremy Clarkson over his physical assault and abuse of one of the producers of Top Gear, the program on which Clarkson was the main presenter, raises more questions than answers.
Love him or loathe him, there’s no escaping Russell Brand. Now the controversial comedian and self-styled revolutionary has been voted the fourth most influential global thinker by an leading current affairs magazine.
A Moscow journalist's Facebook post has motivated the public to secure a Charles Aznavour concert ticket for a 73-year-old fan. The singer himself, moved by the story, wants to meet his Russian admirer.
Chuck Norris has said the pillar of power in the Israeli poll is Benjamin Netanyahu and his party. Calling for a "strong leader," the actor said if the country fails to re-elect the prime minister... "evil forces can concentrate on America."
Vice President Joe Biden is known for being the punchline of jokes, thanks to his propensity for gaffes. But now the man who spawned a meme genre has embraced his alter ego ‒ Motivational Biden ‒ in a workout video promoting a fitness challenge.
Born with a partially developed right arm, seven-year-old Alex knew he’d be getting a robotic helper soon. What he didn’t know was that it would be fit for a superhero and presented by none other than Tony Stark himself.