Polar Bear Club starts 2014 with icy swim in Coney Island Brooklyn.
Key West, Florida rang in 2014 with two unique symbols. One large crowd gathered to watch a drag queen named Sushi drop in a high heeled shoe. Others watched a giant conch shell. (Jan. 1)
While people around the world celebrate the New Year with over-the-top festivities, Pope Francis had a more humble approach. He presided over Vespers in St. Peter's Basilica, calling on followers to reflect on the contributions they made to those in need.
Thousands of people headed to Red Square in central Moscow to celebrate the arrival of 2014 on Tuesday. Revelers passed through several layers of security to enter the square, stopping at multiple metal detectors manned by Russian police and enduring detours on streets to control crowds.
Nearly everyone celebrates New Years Eve, but some of us, well, celebrate a little differently.
As Big Ben struck midnight, Londoners celebrated the New Year with a fireworks display over the famous London Eye Ferris wheel. It is regarded as the largest yearly fireworks display in the United Kingdom. The celebrations continued with a live DJ set.
Rio de Janeiro rung in 2014 in true Brazilian fashion -- full of music, dancing, fireworks and jubilation. Approximately 24 tons of fireworks flew into the air for around fifteen minutes. Hundreds of thousands of visitors flock to Copacabana beach each year to witness this spectacle.
Celebration in New York City's Times Square on Jan. 1, 2014.
Brace yourself for the best news you'll hear this New Year's Eve. "A moderate amount of alcohol helped the body's ability to respond to infections and vaccines, ultimately reducing the risk of death." (Via WUSA) The study published in the journal Vaccine and conducted by Oregon Health & Science University revealed moderate drinking can strengthen the immune ...
A study suggests moderate drinking might strengthen the immune system.