Israeli inventor presents $9 cardboard bike

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (YNetNews) Israeli inventor Izhar Gafni recently came up with a unique new invention – a cardboard bicycle. According to Newsgeek, Gafni started working on the unconventional bike after more…

Jail break

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Dogged determination. Editor's note: Do you need something to smile about? Every day, WND selects the best joke offered up by readers and contributors to its Laughlines forum more…

Mini-drone can watch neighbors from above

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (CBS News) Your neighbors’ fences are no longer tall enough. While President Obama takes flack for the US’s use of unmanned drone attacks abroad, there is a smaller, more…

Meteor shower set to light up night sky

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Yahoo!News) Are you ready to party with the stars? The Perseids, which periodically shower the night skies with meteors, or “falling stars,” will reach their August peak this more…

Whale nearly jumps into fisherman's boat

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (GrindTV) Matt Thornton was guiding a fishing trip recently off British Columbia when he noticed another boat had stopped alongside a large humpback whale slapping its fins on more…

She's so tough, Chuck Norris is inspired

by Chuck Norris -- Mr. Norris, possessing a black belt in judo – among your many martial art masteries as six-time world champion – have you had a chance to see the more…

Starry, starry night

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Solved. Editor's note: Do you need something to smile about? Every day, WND selects the best joke offered up by readers and contributors to its Laughlines forum and more…

Justice Roberts faces wrath from right

by -NO AUTHOR- -- [ooyala code="d5MHNsNTq6oHNdZnL8q20hglKhKKQGAf"] In late June, the Obama health plan and the individual mandate survived Supreme Court scrutiny. It happened because Chief Justice John Roberts sided with the court's more…

Amish enjoy unexpected boom in numbers

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (WASHINGTON TIMES) Practitioners of one of America’s fastest-growing and dynamic religious communities still get to Sunday services by horse and buggy. The country’s famously technology-shunning “Old Orders” Amish may appear more…