TRAGEDY, MATE! Australian Woman's Fake Boobs Ruptured In Bike Wreck With Kangaroo

World | Eric Owens
kangaroo Shutterstock/arkomlueng

‘They worked as air bags,’ she claims

Study Claiming Cell Phones Cause Cancer Has Serious Flaws

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
Liquid chemical spilled from laboratory glassware Shutterstock.com/pixfly

‘The results of this report are far from unambiguous’

Australian Butcher: If You Eat My Bacon, You Wont Be A Suicide Bomber

World | Anders Hagstrom
Bacon Strips

‘Didn’t mean for it to cause offense’

Netherlands Passes Law To Strip Citizenship From ISIS Fighters

Daily Caller News Foundation | Jacob Bojesson
Man with knife threatening a woman to give her Dutch passport. (Credit: MyImages - Micha / Shutterstock.com)

‘Rapid response is needed to avoid these people returning’

A 29-Year-Long Study Shows Cell Phones Don't Cause Cancer

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
Woman showing a smart phone with thumb up isolated on a white background. Shutterstock/Antonio Guillem

‘no increase in brain cancer incidence’

Media Blame Global Warming For Sinking Pacific Islands -- They're Totally Wrong

Daily Caller News Foundation | Michael Bastasch
Erosion caused by rising sea levels due to global warming (ribeiroantonio/Shuttershock)

‘I would prefer slightly more moderate titles’

Australia Expects To Make $262 Billion With Solution To Nuclear Waste

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
Nuclear power plant with yellow field and big blue clouds. Shutterstock.com/TTstudio

‘Far from it being the case that there is ‘no solution’ to nuclear waste, we are seeing lots of progress.’

Pentagon Confirms Australian ISIS Recruiter Killed In US Air Strike

Daily Caller News Foundation | Russ Read
Explosion after U.S. strike on Kobane, Syria. Source: Orlock/Shutterstock

‘Prakash was the most dangerous Australian we knew of’

Refugees Protest Australia's Asylum Laws By Setting Themselves on Fire

Daily Caller News Foundation | Jacob Bojesson
Protesters from the Refugee Action Coalition hold placards during a demonstration outside the offices of the Australian Government Department of Immigration and Border Protection in Sydney, Australia, April 29, 2016. REUTERS/David Gray

‘They are causing serious harm’

Greens Beyond Pleased Australia Weaponizing Herpes To Perpetrate Genocide On Fish

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
Underwater shot of the fish (Carp of the family of Cyprinidae) in a pond near the bottom. Shutterstock.com/ Dudarev Mikhail

The Australian government plans to spend $11 million to spread the herpes virus to the country’s carp population.

Science Agency Calls Out Green Politician Over Viral Fracking Video

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
Filmmaker Josh Fox (C) joins a protest against fracking in California, in Los Angeles in this May 30, 2013 file photo. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson/Files

‘The isotopic signature is telling us it’s coming from coal at that point in the landscape’

Paper: Droughts, Heat Waves Are NOT Getting Worse Like Alarmists Predicted

Daily Caller News Foundation | Michael Bastasch
The Wider Image: Drought-hit Venezuela waits for rain

‘Evidence that droughts have become more prevalent on a global scale is equally hard to come by’

Australia Employs Terminator Machines To Kill Stray Cats

Daily Caller News Foundation | Chris White
A cat jumps for food offered by a tourist (R) as other cats beg for food on Aoshima Island in Ehime prefecture in southern Japan February 25, 2015.REUTERS/Thomas Peter

‘The machine forces the cats to lick themselves to death’

Human Sacrifice Caused Inequality According To Academics

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
Senior Forensic Anthropologist Dragana Vucetic of the International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP) works to attempt to identify the remains of a victim of the Srebrenica massacre, at the ICMP centre near Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina, June 11, 2015. On Saturday, Bosnia marks the 20th anniversary of Europe’s worst mass killing since World War Two - the slaughter of some 8,000 Muslim men and boys by Bosnian Serb forces during five July days in 1995. Even now, the forests and farmland around Srebrenica are yielding bones; over 1,000 victims are missing, tossed into pits then dug up months later and scattered in smaller graves by Bosnian Serb forces trying to conceal the crime. Picture is taken June 11, 2015. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic

‘Religious rituals also had a more sinister role’

Employee Loyalty HACKED: 20% Would Sell Company Passwords For Cash

Business | Jonah Bennett
Logitech products are on sale (Photo Credit: Adam Berry/Getty Images)

‘The security perimeter for organizations all over the world has evaporated’

Australia Caught Fudging The Truth While Trying to Defend Its Failed Plain Packaging Scheme

Opinion | Drew Johnson
WHO Urges Smokers To Quit On World No Tobacco Day

Plan to reduce tobacco use actually resulted in more smokers

Greenpeace Fails To Stop Oil Conference With Game 'Cards Against Humanity'

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
Greenpeace activists bar the entry to European Union headquarters in Brussels March 10, 2009, urging finance ministers inside to bail out the planet and devote billions of euros to help poor nations tackle climate change. "Save the climate, bail out the planet," chanted the group of around 100 protesters who chained themselves to the gates outside the EU Council, where ministers were discussing how much the bloc should contribute to this climate fund. REUTERS/Yves Herman

Roughly 60 activists were charged with illegal trespassing

Islands Trying To Use 100% Green Energy Failed, Went Back To Diesel

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
Workers walk past solar panels and wind turbines (rear) at a newly-built power plant in Hami, Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region, China, September 17, 2015. China's power consumption in August rose 1.9 percent from a year earlier to 512.4 billion kilowatt-hours (kWh), figures from the country's National Energy Administration (NEA) showed on Tuesday. Picture taken September 17, 2015. REUTERS/Stringer

“Using ‘100% renewables’ is great for PR, but bad for people who suffer the consequences.”