Because few things are more American than bragging about how much beer you can drink, the Beer Institute (real thing) did an exhaustive study into US brew consumption over last year, ranking each state plus DC by their beer intake.
The 200-foot by 200-foot design of the Brandenburg formation was surrounded by pine trees.
Unknown Source of light in the sky. Acting as if something is controlling it. Rapidly morphing the shape of this. ''Cloud''
This has to be one bad way to go: A Brooklyn, N.Y., man was reportedly killed by urinating on the electrified third rail of a subway train line.
The real estate department from Washington's Metro Transit system has recently become aware of unauthorized flowers springing up in planter boxes on public property.
Former U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump has suggested whistleblower Edward Snowden, who is wanted in the United States on espionage charges, should be executed. The billionaire real estate tycoon also called Snowden a spy. “You know, spies
Authorities in Southern California say they have noticed a bizarre new trend: drug users trading Tide laundry detergent for crack cocaine and marijuana.
A trend that started in Japan began innocuously enough, but now is raising concerns about germs and the spread of disease.
Late last night the offices of Los Angeles-based independent game studio Robotoki were stormed by the Los Angeles Police Department after a curious designer pressed the building's "panic" button, studio founder Robert Bowling told Polygon.
An elderly woman in Germany who heard her doorbell rung repeatedly late at night naturally called the cops.
The people of Idaho were asked “not to pick up newborn fawns.”
Ancient toothaches, smells, franken-mummies, and more!
Tavon White, the alleged ring leader of the Black Guerrilla Family (BGF) prison gang in Baltimore, is apparently leading quite the life behind bars.
Lake of blood? Outside Sadr City in Iraq, at coordinates 33.396157° N, 44.486926° E, lies a blood-red lake. There is, as yet, no official explanation for the color of this strange body of water.
In Minnesota, authorities rescued a bald eagle with a broken wing from a ditch on the side of the highway
What happens to your package after it leaves your arms
Forty years ago, a group of American grocery executives got together and decided to upend the global economy with a series of black lines.
A man in Belarus was killed in an attack by a beaver he was photographing along the side of a rural road in the Breast region, wildlife officials said.
I’ve edited a monthly magazine for more than six years, and it’s a job that’s come with more frustration than reward. If there’s one thing I am grateful for – and it sure isn’t the pay – it’s that my work has allowed endless time to hone my craft to
A Mississippi couple says their cat has adopted a squirrel that now purrs like a kitten.
How much would you pay for another man's toothbrush, if that toothbrush happened to have gone to the moon?
Macy's had a costly typo in one of its recent ads.
There's a store in Australia that really hates it when its customers walk around the store without buying anything.
The service contracts for New York City's 11,186 payphones ends in 2014, prompting Mayor Bloomberg to send an emergency call to New York's creative community to help design a better solution through the Reinvent Payphones Design Challenge.
Most military services teach "attention to detail." That the slightest lack of attention to detail can result in lives lost.
After setting fire to a nuclear submarine so he could get out of work, a 25-year-old shipyard employee has been sentenced to 17 years in federal prison and ordered to pay restitution of $400 million, AP reports.
The latest Wall Street secret to bubble up to the surface is Saint Venus Theater, the secret roving strip club that was created just for bankers.
In a recent NY Times Op-Ed piece, Treehugger.com founder Graham Hill waxes philosophical about his life as a minimalist millionaire.
This weekend, over 900 dead pigs were found floating dead in a river near Shanghai, and nobody new the cause. (UPDATE: It's actually over 2000 pigs now)
"Call me, Mr. Obama." That was North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's message to the White House, according to the most unlikely diplomatic emissary, former NBA star Dennis Rodman.