A young woman who wanted a “romantic picture” in front of the Eiffel Tower has gone viral with a photo of her kissing a stranger.
The world’s first Christmas card – printed several years before the idea would finally take off – is going on show.
A family which ran two businesses has left the “rat race” to live off-grid in a woodland community.
Revellers have been soaking up the sunshine at what is thought to be one of the hottest Notting Hill Carnivals ever.
A dad has turned his sons into robot-fighting action heroes in a barn-storming action film shot entirely on an iPhone.
Empathy is partly inherited, according to new research.
YouTube has temporarily suspended advertising on Logan Paul’s vlogging channel following his comeback on the website.
News that the Doomsday Clock is now at two minutes to midnight hasn’t seemed to worry people online, despite this being the closest we’ve been to midnight in 65 years.
It’s bad news if you wanted to know what your schoolfriends’ children or work colleagues of old are up to, as Facebook went down for some users on Thursday.
A suspected meteor that appeared in the sky above Detroit, Michigan, has been captured by CCTV cameras and dash-cams.
YouTube is tightening its rules on who can make money from adverts to prevent the platform being “co-opted by bad actors”.
People who are socially awkward could be at a greater risk of developing physical health problems, a new study suggests.
With its soft mountain air and bathed in Italian sunshine, the picturesque and timeless town of Ravello was the perfect location for a Mediterranean wedding — except on this occasion, most of the accents were Scottish.
A girl has been reunited with the treasured iPad her younger brother threw in the bin after workers sifted through 150 tonnes of rubbish to find it.