A Russian Member of Parliament has proposed solving the country’s problems with soccer hooliganism by legalising it and making it into a spectator sport.
Off-duty firefighters in Mayville, Wisconsin were summoned back to work when a member of the public called to say their fire station was on fire.
Pollution from the 50 million vehicles a year using the 8-lane Dartford Crossing was not reported to the EU because it was wrongly classified as a rural road.
IBM has managed to patent the ‘out-of-office’ email, an idea that has been around since Microsoft first thought of it 30 years ago.
Scientists have created a hat with high-tech earphones so that horses can listen to music.
Researchers have decided that pandas are black and white because the white bits help them hide in the snow and the black bits help them hide in the shadows.
Deaths from drug overdoses in the US have doubled in the last 15 years.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, has refused to publish his tax returns.
Jeremy Corbyn has published his tax returns but forgotten to include his salary as Leader of the Opposition.
Last year, home food deliveries grew ten times faster than the eating out market.
MIT has connected a robot to human brain waves, which is programmed to blush when it senses it has made a mistake.
A ‘robot lawyer’ chatbot called DoNotPay, that gives free legal advice and overturned 160,000 parking fines, is now helping refugees claim asylum.
Alan Greenspan, the former chairman of the Federal Reserve, has worked out a way to predict economic recovery by tracking the sales of men’s underwear.
A San Francisco start-up can 3-D print the walls of a whole house in under a day.
A Catholic high school in California that bought $15,000-worth of shares in Snapchat soon after it started up has just cashed them in for $24 million.