General Motors has built a militarized version of the Chevy Colorado for the US Army.
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We now have a pretty good idea of what Fortnite players get up to when the game’s servers are down.
If you love Nintendo and want to get into the holiday spirit, then these are the ugly sweaters for you.
A mobile game where the player assumes the role of a Hong Kong protester has already been taken down from the Google Play Store after being available for three days.
Ford is heading to this year’s SEMA Show with 6 Ranger pickups that have been customized to the nines.
A Pittsburgh man found over 200 walnuts under the hood of his wife’s SUV earlier this week.
A pair of adorable bear cubs managed to get trapped in a van and had to honk the horn to get out.
KISS will put on a very unique show later this month when they head to Australia to play a rock concert for great white sharks.
Okay, don’t freak out, but there may be some sort of bull-sacrificing cult operating in Oregon.
The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is getting a little smaller thanks to a new effort to clean it up.
Scientists have made a new type of rechargeable battery that is up to seven times more energy-efficient than traditional lithium-ion batteries.
France is looking to snag maligned American climate researchers by offering them a 4-year grant.
Don’t let its cute and colorful exterior fool you; this thing is a stone-cold killer.
Costa Rica will get almost all of its power from renewable energy sources for the fifth year in a row.
The world’s first fully-functioning four-legged robot assistant is now available to order from Boston Dynamics.
At least 100 people were reported to have gathered outside the gates of Area 51 to attempt to break inside.
The US Navy has just confirmed that leaked footage from several years ago purporting to show a UFO is real.
Hypergiant Industries has announced a new algae bioreactor that could be the solution to global warming.
A raccoon in South Carolina was taken on a wild ride when its desire for birdseed overcame its desire to get out of Hurricane Dorian’s way.
The 2019 Ig Nobel Awards have been handed out to the most unusual studies performed in science, and one of them found that surgeons performed better when they’re trained like dogs.