Kim Kardashian and Kanye West recently attended the wedding of Brazilian model Rangl Isabella and it looks like Kim had fun. Kim was very busy at the reception as she spent most of her time showing off her cleavage and sharing sexy pictures to Instagram.
President Barack Obama recently traveled to Hannover to show support for German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Obama and Merkel attended a trade fair where they had the chance to try out some virtual reality technology. The duo seemed to have a good time together as they got to try out some new gadgets and share a few laughs.
Twitter user Kitty Pryde recently had her iCloud hacked and some of her private photos became public. Shortly after the pics hit the Internet Kitty began receiving unsolicited nude photos from guys she didn't even know. She got sick of it pretty fast and she decided to teach one of the guys a lesson.
Traveling is always fun but picking the right destination can be difficult. Sometimes the best places to visit are the ones that are off the beaten path like these villages that happen to be small, but beautiful.
Peter Adams-Shawn has been experimenting with this unique type of shot since 2012. He sets up the couple's wedding rings and then takes a picture of their reflection within the ring. His unique skills are always in high demand because his pictures look phenomenal.
A bike path in Rio recently collapsed and three bodies that were believed to be on the path when it collapsed were found below. The public is outraged and the government is being heavily criticized as people wonder if Rio is ready for the 2016 Olympics.
Last week a little girl named Brooklyn finally managed to meet her hero the garbage man. She waved him down on trash day which also happened to be her birthday and she gave him a cupcake. After their first meeting the garbage man came back the next week to give her awesome gifts.
Archaeologists working at a Nazi concentration camp at Sobibor, in eastern Poland, discovered many gas chambers that were buried underneath the ground. It's estimated that the gas chambers were used to kill over a quarter of a million Jews during World War II.