‘I was terrified’: LGBTQ community members share stories for #ComingOutDay
Members of the LGBTQ community have been sharing...
Members of the LGBTQ community have been sharing...
A fox was taken across Bristol by the RSPCA while his...
A man from Pennsylvania found more than 200...
US presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren has paid for a series of Facebook adverts with false claims about chief executive Mark Zuckerberg – shining a light on the platform’s decision to allow politicians to make false statements in paid adverts.
Members of the LGBTQ community have been sharing their stories for Coming Out Day, an annual celebration held on October 11 to celebrate opening up about sexual orientation.
Officials in Missouri, in the United States, are planting small flags in piles of abandoned dog poo as part of a campaign to get residents to clean up after their pets.
A fox was taken across Bristol by the RSPCA while his head was stuck inside a tyre after rescuers feared removing it would harm him.
A US police officer used his hat to rescue a stray kitten that had become trapped in a car’s wheel.
A man from Pennsylvania found more than 200 walnuts stashed by a squirrel under the bonnet of his car after noticing a burning smell coming from the vehicle.
MSNBC news reporter Courtney Kube was joined by her son as he walked into the camera shot live on air.
One of the world’s rarest mammals has given birth at Chester Zoo.
Olympic champion Jack Laugher and six diving pals have taken the internet by storm with a reverse Avenger-inspired routine.
A huge python caught in Florida is the second largest ever caught in the state’s wilderness, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC).
Neil Robertson will not play at the Yushan World Open in China after travelling to the wrong Barnsley for his qualifier.
A retired police officer in Maryland, United States, rescued an injured owl from the middle of the road, and has named the bird Lil Screech.
As Storm Lorenzo hit the Irish coast, one man decided to go swimming in the choppy waters off Galway.
A member of the public drew a crowd in Glasgow railway station after he stepped up to play trance anthems on the piano.
Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg has changed her Twitter bio in response to criticism from Vladimir Putin at a forum in Moscow.
An ice statue of Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg was unveiled in Trafalgar Square on Wednesday morning.
A man who cycled 980 miles from Land’s End to John O’Groats for a cancer charity has seen his daughter finish her leukaemia treatment.
A bar with walls covered in banknotes has pulled them down to donate more than £11,000 to Bahamas hurricane relief.
Stranger Things fans were left reeling after the show tweeted a video teasing the fourth series of the hit sci-fi drama.
A bird has been held in a jail cell in the Netherlands after its owner was arrested for shoplifting.
An albino hedgehog found in a back garden has been rescued and transported to a new home.
Around 200 people armed with water pistols turned out to test a protective covering installed around a popular Charles Rennie Mackintosh attraction.
A homeless man has been reunited with a dog after he went missing for two weeks.
Premier League referee Mike Dean helped Australian golfer Whitney Hillier score a hole-in-one at the Mediterranean Open.
Guinea-Bissau’s Braima Dabo produced a heart-warming display of sportsmanship as he helped an exhausted Jonathan Busby of Aruba across the line in the 5,000 metres at the World Championships in Doha.
Schoolchildren and workers across the UK enjoyed cake and coffee on Friday morning to raise millions of pounds for people fighting cancer.
A prison inmate in Ohio has been filmed attempting to catch a contraband parcel dropped by a drone.
A resident at The Potteries care home in Poole was surprised with his first motorcycle ride in 54 years after expressing a wish to ride a bike again.
Players from Gloucestershire and Northamptonshire celebrated together after both teams won promotion to Division One of the Specsavers County Championship.
A young orangutan has been rescued after getting caught up in a snare while searching for food in fire-hit Indonesia.
More than 136,000 eggs splattered on a road when they shifted and fell off a tractor-trailer in Pennsylvania, US police said.
A dog who spent more than a year waiting to be adopted was given a royal send-off when she set off for her new home.
Politicians have been turning up to work wearing spider brooches inspired by Lady Hale following Tuesday’s Supreme Court ruling.
Gamers are able to play a version of classic racing title Mario Kart on their smartphones for the first time.
Match Of The Day host Gary Lineker has claimed Pep Guardiola would be sacked if he “had a run of results like Boris Johnson”.
Beetles have been used at ZSL London Zoo to recreate The Beatles’ famous Abbey Road album cover artwork on its 50th anniversary.
Jackdaws can learn to recognise a potential human threat without warning if they hear the alarm calls of their fellow birds the first time round, according to new research.
Greta Thunberg’s glare as she laid eyes on Donald Trump at a climate change summit has gone viral.
A nine-year-old football fan’s reaction to a winning goal has gone viral and shown you don’t need to see to enjoy a game.
Locals have been left “terrified” after forest fires caused the sky to turn red in Indonesia.
Large groups took part in yoga on London’s Tower Bridge as 17 miles of roads in the city were closed to traffic.
A ten-metre inflatable turtle was displayed outside Parliament on Friday, to highlight plastic pollution and support the global climate strike.
Google is commemorating the 25th anniversary of US sitcom Friends by hiding so-called “Easter eggs” within its search results.
A tub of pineapple-flavoured cottage cheese has just celebrated its seventh anniversary with a US advertising company.
A black panther has been spotted on the rooftop of a building in a town in northern France.
Officers called to a reported break-in were confronted with a mountain lion trapped in a bathroom.
A pet African spurred tortoise was reunited with her owner in Surrey after going missing for 15 months.
Lawyers on Twitter have been sharing fake facts about the Supreme Court as it considers whether Boris Johnson acted lawfully in suspending Parliament in the run up to Brexit.
Tonga’s Rugby World Cup squad delighted passengers and social media users alike with their singing as they flew into Sapporo for their opening match of the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
A pigeon pooed on a politician on TV as he was giving an interview about the problems caused by pigeon poo.
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