China and Nepal announced a new official measurement for Mount Everest on Tuesday to conclude the two nations’ joint survey.
Thieves have stolen communications equipment from a Russian Aerospace Forces’ Il-80 Maxdome “doomsday aircraft” while it was undergoing maintenance in the southwestern Russian city of Taganrog.
A tiger at Carole Baskin’s Big Cat Rescue Sanctuary in Tampa, Florida attacked a longtime volunteer, biting her on the arm and causing serious injuries.
József Szájer, a politician from Hungary’s ruling party has resigned after being caught in Brussels attending a 25-man orgy in breach of COVID-19 rules.
Social media juggernaut Twitter appointed on Monday afternoon hacker Peiter Zatko, known by his hacker handle Mudge, to the new position of head of security. Zatko will answer to CEO Jack Dorsey and is expected to take over management of key security functions after a 45- to 60-day review.
Japan’s National Police Agency said that the number of people who committed suicide rose up by 39.9 percent compared to the previous year.
Thai citizens held protests after Thailand’s government announced it had banned Pornhub and 190 other websites showing pornography.
Archeologists uncovered a 120-foot long cat etching in a little-explored area of Peru’s Nazca Lines UNESCO heritage site on Tuesday morning, which is known for being home of hundreds of giant geoglyphs dating back almost 3,000 years.
A deepfake bot found on the Telegram messenger app has victimized tens of thousands of women and created fake nude images of them that have been posted publicly online.