Jeremy Meeks shot to fame in 2014 after people started calling him "America's hottest felon" when his mugshot hit the internet. Jeremy has been able to turn his fame into a successful modeling career, and this year he spent the holidays with his family and his $125,000 Maserati.
Back in the 1920s these photos of ghosts captivated the world, but the photos were not what they appeared to be. British photographer William Hope took these photos, and it was later revealed that he used double exposure to get the ghostly effect.
Designer Eun Kyoung Lee created something for all the lonely souls out there and it's called the Free Hug Sofa. It was created for the A’Design Awards and Lee says it will hold you and keep you warm like a lover or a friend.
A woman browsing through houses on the website Rightmove found something very disturbing. She discovered a racist doll and then posted the picture on Twitter along with the caption: “When you can’t directly say you don’t want black people to buy your house…”
In 1908, sociologist and photographer Lewis Hine traveled to the town of Eastport, ME after he was hired by the US National Committee of Child Labour, to explore the difficult conditions in which children work. There he found children working grueling shifts for $1 a day in a sardine canning factory. Eventually child labor was banned and the last sardine canning plant was shut down in 2010.
A New Zealand cafe owner got a rude awakening when the head of an excavation company dumped 40 tons of dirt on his doorstep. According to the head of the company, the cafe owner has not paid off the $88,000 debt that he owes for the work that was done.
The National Meteorological Center of China announced a "red" level of risk caused by fog in the northern and eastern regions of the country. According to local news agencies this is the first time such a warning has been issued.