Also, an Indian man made a shirt out of gold, Microsoft soon won't support old versions of Internet Explorer, and a man won a police-sponsored doughnut-eating contest before being arrested.
Also, watch Helen Mirren twerk, a pro-guns children's book was just released, and a 90-year-old had a standoff with SWAT.
When a giant crater spanning 200 feet suddenly appeared on the Yamal Peninsula, scientists were mystified. Now, they think they have the answer — and it isn't good.
Also, 'Jeopardy' teen tournament ended in a boring tiebreaker, NASA and William Shatner share Kirk-ish Twitter exchanges, and an overturned semitrailer spilled butter all over the highway.
Also, new covers for the "Harry Potter" books were just released, Matthew Knowles is teaching a class on how to be Beyonce, a company wants to fly your pet's remains into space, and more!
Congress has become so broken that even protesters don't see the point in showing up.
The highly infectious disease has put a number of countries in West Africa in lockdown, and doctors treating the virus are now beginning to die from it.
The former Virginia governor and his wife's trial began Monday, and things are already expected to get heated.
Also, Buzzfeed editor Benny Johnson was fired for plagiarism, a Florida representative thought U.S. officials were Indian representatives, and a strip club has endorsed a candidate for Congress.
Researchers working for DDOT analyzed just about every aspect of the District’s traffic accidents from 2010 through 2012.