Police in Gavle, Sweden, said pictures of tattoos posted online are the latest clues in the mystery of the Christmas goat torching.
Drivers unknowingly filled up their cars with jet fuel yesterday after a fuel delivery service accidentally filled a pump at a Keyport, New Jersey gas station with kerosene, CBS New York reported.
"Tax the Rich: An Animated Fairy Tale" courtesy of the California Federation of Teachers (CFT)! Taking a page out of Barack Obama's playbook, the video created by the CFT paints a picture of the rich as a class of people who got to where they a
A two-year-old boy was found abandoned in a Springfield, Massachusetts K-Mart store’s parking lot late Friday night. According to Springfield’s WWLP News 22,
The National Hockey League lost another showcase event to its ongoing lockout on Friday, announcing the cancellation of the 2013 All-Star game along with another fortnight of regular-season contests.
Deep-frying a turkey can be a delicious Thanksgiving treat—or a deadly conflagration, as our rather dramatic video shows
Sorry for the outburst, but just when I was thinking that the federal government couldn’t get any sillier, any more kleptomaniac, or any more wasteful, I discovered the Fathers Supporting Breastfeeding initiative
In Denmark, one of the smallest countries in the world, size clearly matters: a website has invited men to send in photos of their private parts and the man with the smallest penis wins an iPhone.
You'd be hard-pressed to find an urban cyclist who hasn't run a red light on a deserted street, pedaled the wrong way down a one-way street, or sailed past stop signs once in a while.
After creating a free open source font to help benefit people with dyslexia, developer Abelardo Gonzalez was hit with a cease and desist letter from a fellow designer threatening a lawsuit. The letter was intended to end competition due to Gonzalez's
Select Kit-Kat bars in the UK will contain GPS devices, which Nestlé will use to find the buyers and give them a cash prize.
Texas may call out the National Guard in the hunt for a seven-inch radioactive rod used in drilling natural-gas wells, lost this week by Halliburton Co. (HAL) somewhere in a 130-mile swath of the state’s western oil fields.
A teenager is recovering after police say he shot himself in the penis and testicle while cleaning a gun he just bought.
A new police brutality video shows a St. Paul police officer kicking a defenseless man in the throat while he lay on the ground.
The three daycare employees who were arrested on Monday for allegedly watching and encouraging toddlers to fight each other were released Tuesday afternoon after posting $10,000 secured bond.
Missouri Senate candidate Todd Akin is at the center of a political firestorm today over remarks he made Sunday suggesting that victims of what he called "legitimate rape" are less likely to get pregnant.
A 16-year-old girl who was at the center of the Dominican Republic's abortion debate died of complications from cancer, hospital officials said.
A rural Oregon man was sentenced Wednesday to 30 days in jail and over $1,500 in fines because he had three reservoirs on his property to collect and use rainwater.
The video below marks a new low in police conduct. The final horrific incident on display allegedly was sparked by the suspicious killing of a man who witnesses say did nothing more than turn to run from police.
Seawater off the coast of Oregon is polluted with caffeine; however, little caffeine turned up near large population centers and other places where researchers expected to find it.
A 13 year old trying to help out his family who has fallen on hard times has been shut down by authorities for a zoning violation in regard to the hot dog cart he hoped to set up. After saving up, getting the proper insurance, and jumping through the
A Melbourne family who claim they were slugged an extra $55 “carbon tax charge” when burying a relative were told “even the dead don’t escape the carbon tax”.
“Obedience training” is part of TSA’s Code Bravo security drill
The headline says it all.
Regulators took another step toward ending the era of "too big to fail" Tuesday, releasing so-called living wills, guidelines for unwinding nine of the largest banks doing business in the United States.
There's a new threat pervading the streets of Colorado, and it is one that needs to be stopped---immediately!
Adidas has come under fire for creating a pair of trainers with ‘shackles’.
Using a photo of a cross revealed in a tomato cut in half a Lebanese Salafist group is urging its followers not to eat tomatoes because the vegetable (or fruit) is a Christian food.
Despite new discoveries in biological and social science, there has been virtually no change in Americans' views of the origin of the human species.
Even though Quick Response (QR) codes are significantly more effective when placed in newspapers and magazines, that doesn't stop over-eager marketers from putting the scanable codes on everything from produce to body parts to burqas.