It was so cold in Florida last week that frozen iguanas fell out of the trees.
By the end of 2018, China plans to grow potatoes on the far side of the Moon.
The new EU rules for financial markets run to 7,000 pages and 1.7 million paragraphs.
No one knows who owns 86,000 properties in the UK (including one worth £215 million) because they are registered to shell companies in overseas tax havens.
The chance of a African dying as a result of surgery is twice as high as the global average: Africa needs up to 50 times as many doctors to cope with the problem.
A new AI in the US can determine whether an area will vote Democrat or Republican based on pickup density.