An awesome acapella version of the "Pirates of the Caribbean" theme song.
A group of cute kids taste and share their thoughts on popular Hawaiian meals, including loco moco, SPAM Musubi, plate lunch, and rainbow cake.
The 2017 hurricane season will likely be more active than officials had hoped.
Not the kind of news we want to hear heading into summer. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says they are expecting a slightly above-average hurricane season in the Atlantic Basin.
In its forecast released today, the NOAA says eleven to seventeen named storms are expected, five to nine of which are going to be hurricanes, and two to four that will become Category Three or higher hurricanes.
The Atlantic Basin comprises the Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean. Hurricane season starts June 1st.
Manchester soccer clubs come together to donate £1-million to those affected by the bombing at Manchester Arena.
English soccer giants Manchester City and Manchester United have donated a combined $1.3 million to a fund for victims of this week’s attack in Manchester. The teams gave to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund, which was created after the bombing.
Manchester United had a moment of silence for victims and wore black armbands in their honor at the Europa League final on Wednesday, dedicating their victory to the victims. And Manchester City women’s team had a moment of silence and wore armbands at their match last night.
“We have all been humbled by the strength and solidarity shown by the people of Manchester in the days since the attack,” City’s chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak says. "The hope of both our clubs is that our donation will go some small way to alleviate the daunting challenges faced by those directly affected and that our acting together will serve as a symbol to the world of the unbreakable strength of the spirit of Manchester."
Source: ESPN FC
Cole (black) and Marmalade (ginger), return to illustrate his theory that cats are actually furry little scientists.
Graduating Oklahoma teenager has not missed a single day of school in his entire 13 year academic career.
Think back to when you were in school … how many days did you miss in a year? Or in all your years combined? Most of us probably have no idea, but one student in Oklahoma, the answer is simple. NONE!
That’s right, Tuttle High School graduate Anthony Roberts has not missed one single day of school in all 13 years he’s been a student! So how did he do it? Well, he admits it was “very, very, very difficult.”
But Roberts also says he was lucky enough to only get sick on weekends or breaks from school. And on days when he didn’t feel like getting up, his mom was there to spray him with cold water to get him out of bed. And now the grad plans to continue the streak with perfect attendance at college. Good luck!
When you're rude, karma will get you
A cockatoo types up a storm with her human.