We’ve all seen YouTube ambience videos of a crackling fire or just some puppies running around.
How did a 5-year old experiment become an internet sensation? Because it’s about spinach sending emails.
Wednesday’s drama-drenched presidential inauguration offered high pageantry, soaring eloquence, and some great fashion. But nothing stood out quite like the hand-made mittens, Burton parka, and an icy glare of Bernie Sanders.
Just in the nick of time, 2020 has found its fashion catchphrase: “Love it, couldn’t wear it.” After a year of humans mourning the outfits unworn, it took an Italian Greyhound 5 simple words to encapsulate our collective fashion feelings.
The downside of gaining 10,000 new Instagram followers in a day: when they attack you for having COVID-19.
Violence against women is pervasive in Latin America at the best of times, but the pandemic has exacerbated those dangers. In Peru, 1,400+ women have disappeared since March, when the country entered a COVID-19 state of emergency. “How can women still disappear if we're…
WhatsApp users can text “hi” in several languages to +41 79 893 1892, and WHO Health Alert will respond with the latest COVID-19 case numbers, deaths, myth-busters, and more.
Contact tracing, an early hope for containing the coronavirus, is failing in some US states.
Contrary to myths spreading in Zimbabwe, drinking alcohol won’t kill the coronavirus. It is not okay to share face masks. And unfortunately, Africans can indeed get COVID-190—including more than 1,800 people in Zimbabwe. That’s lower than many other African countries, but…
Cat videos? We prefer Feline Films, thank you very much. After years relegated to the “low-brow internet distractions” cat-egory, these works of art are finally getting their much-deserved regard as real cinema, thanks to the “Quarantine Cat Film Festival.”