How many dollars went into this study--hailed as a breakthrough--that most people engage in more risky behavior when they've had a few drinks. That includes drunk driving and alligators.
PG tipped us to Jyoti Amge, who's not much bigger than a Cabbage Patch doll. Just 23 inches tall and 11 pounds, the tiny 15-yr-old has some big dreams: she's already recorded a Bollywood pop album.
Real: ANG jet drops a dummy bomb on an Oklahoma apartment complex. Surreal: the FBI is investigating. Surrealer: so is the BATF.
Two boys entered a Florida police station and tried to rob it. For one boy, his arrest meant he violated his probation.
5 rare photos of not one, but two albino moose in Michigan.
A woman sits on her toilet for 2 years. Now authorities are contemplating charges against her boyfriend?!?
Two pictures of an outstanding candidate for the next Darwin Awards.
As the horror flick that is modern life lurches forward in flash frames, this writer felt compelled to describe the terrible sense of doom that is so crushing of spirit right now.
BORDEAUX, France (Reuters) - The mayor of a village in southwest France has threatened residents with severe punishment if they die, because there is no room left in the overcrowded cemetery to bury them.
Tips to all aspiring criminals:Don't rob biker bars.
Digital age progression photos of how Britney Spears will look at 36 and 46. Also, Elvis and Jon Benet Ramsey.
A man claiming to be Jack Bauer rammed a van, chased the driver on foot yelling, "I'm Jack Bauer! He's a terrorist and he's kidnapped my family!" The man received probation when the van driver gave police a fake address and didn
8 pictures from the Spring Fashion Show in Europe that prove fashion designers not so secretly hate women.
Barry and Alissa were out eating when a stranger started talking to them. When he left, he tipped the waitress $100 and gave them $100,000. There were 4 conditions to keep the money.
What began six months ago as a small, ego-driven lie, somehow gained weight and strength and grew into an uncontrollable hoax. It enveloped a school, a town, a family and maybe a future. [Rosie Ruiz / Piltdown Man - level hoax]
Dallas police are investigating a string of robberies involving metrosexuals wearing Rolexes being drugged and robbed by "flirtatious" women.
They were just two crazy Kent (England) kids and they were in love. Nothing would stop them. But he was in prison.
Our intrepid Go-To-Guy, RAPH, found this tiny gem of a house for sale in Toronto. At three hundred square feet and 7.25' wide, NBA Center, Yao Ming wouldn't be able to stretch out his 7.6' frame.
What was the Weirdest news story of 2007? Was it the hospital who lost part of a patient's skull? Or, was the flasher who showed up in court and flashed the judge? You decide.
Canada's post office and police are trying to track down a "rogue elf" who wrote obscene letters to children on behalf of Santa Claus, a newspaper reported on Friday.
Although, it's not clear what charges could be filed for calling a white house back line.
Even though all other names for Greenpeace's adopted whale got clubbed like so many baby seals, voting will remain open in an effort to harpoon the people's choice.
Maybe he should have read the Wall Street Journal first. A man was arrested trying to pass a million dollar bill at a bank. A brilliant criminal career is cut short.
Greenpeace is holding an online poll to name its humpback whale. You can pick from the 29 gag-inducing names or "Mister Splashy Pants". Your choice.
Bush proves that not only is his administration ignoring reality, but outright delusional by threatening military child care. Sorry, George. Can't have. Not yours.
A contemporary American story if ever there was one; it's hard to imagine it occuring at any other time in American history. What it says about today is up for grabs.
India has a problem with drunk elephants going on rampages. Paris Hilton is their news celebrity spokesperson.
You just knew this had to be from Seattle. Home to Starbucks , the Pacific Northwest now threatens to corner the market on beverages featuring the "Other White Meat".
Lists city rankings in just about any category imaginable.Entered By: Geoffrey Hayes
The book series--Magic Attic, owned by Marie Osmond--published a number for phone sex in the back of the books. Unusual combination: children's books and phone sex? The story at one library.