You can't move for Kardashians at the moment, they seem to be everywhere. Quite literally - LA-based street Artist Plastic Jesus (famous for his cocaine-snorting Oscar statue) got annoyed with being held up in traffic recently by a paparazzi scrum surrounding one or another of the sisters leaving a shop. So he decided to do something about it.
He came up with the idea of banning the family from parking in several Los Angeles hotspots. The artist created several signs which he bolted to other notices around Melrose Avenue, Robertson (near the Ivy restaurant) and elsewhere, reading No Kardashian Parking Any Time.
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The world's oldest figurative tattoos have been discovered on two 5,000-year-old mummies from Egypt.
Tattoos depicting a wild bull and a Barbary sheep were found on the upper arm of a male mummy, while the shoulder and upper arm of a female mummy bore "S"-shaped motifs.
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A London exhibition offers a rare glimpse into the graphic style of everyday North Korean objects.From signs to comic books or goods, North Korea offers a unique style of graphic design.
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They're a ruthless species of extraterrestrial warriors from the Omega Leonis Star System eager to build bridges with humans and attract them to their planet. So where on Earth would they choose to open their first tourist center? Stockholm, Sweden, of course -- home of ABBA, open-faced sandwiches and stylish but sensible knitwear.
A small theater in the Swedish capital has been transformed into the world's first "Klingon tourist center" in a playful bid to boost tourism in Qo'noS (pronounced "Kronos"), the fictional home planet of the alien species from the "Star Trek" franchise.
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Chinese authorities are livid over the theft of a thumb from a 2,000-year-old terracotta warrior on loan to a US museum, calling for the perpetrator to be "severely" punished.
The ancient statue is valued at $4.5 million and considered a "priceless part of China's cultural heritage." It was on display at Philadelphia's Franklin Institute when the vandalism took place.
"We call on the United States to severely punish those who have done [this]," Shaanxi Provincial Cultural Relic Exchange Center's director told the Beijing Youth Daily, a state-run Chinese newspaper.
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The Trump administration wants to let the private sector run U.S. operations on the International Space Station.
Under the administration's budget proposal, released Monday, NASA would stop paying for the space station by 2025.
The proposal also calls for spending $150 million in 2019 to "encourage commercial development" and tee up companies to take over. It would be dubbed the Commercial LEO (Low-Earth Orbit) Development program.
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To a generation of children, Fred Rogers was a lot more than a soothing voice and a cardigan.
On "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood," which had its first national broadcast on February 19, 1968, he sprinkled educational segments with soft-spoken wisdom.
The show went off the air in 2001, and Rogers died in 2003. But he's making a posthumous comeback. The US Postal Service will commemorate him on a stamp next month, a documentary film about his beloved PBS show will be released in June and Tom Hanks will play him in a biopic.
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Attorney General Jeff Sessions fired former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe less than two days shy of his retirement, ending the career of an official who had risen to serve as second-in-command at the bureau. McCabe had more recently been regularly taunted by President Donald Trump and besieged by accusations that he had misled internal investigators at the Justice Department.
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., argued that her family’s claim to Native American ancestry is an indelible part of who she is — something that can never be taken away.
Warren defended herself on NBC’s “Meet the Press with Chuck Todd” when asked what she thought about taking an easily accessible DNA test, such as those offered by 23andMe or Ancestry, to settle the ongoing controversy over her heritage.
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