Movember has come and gone but its spirit lives on in "Decembeard".
Johns Hopkins University mistakenly sent nearly 300 applicants welcome messages when they were actually rejected or deferred, and now the school has issued an apology.
These clothing designers have to think about pattern, fabric and fit — as well as where to put the poo bags.
A generous mystery man has made the holiday season a little brighter for employees of two Massachusetts coffee shops.
The Salvation Army in Boston says a former bell ringer has offered to pay $21,000 for two rings that a widow dropped into a red donation kettle in hopes they'd be sold to buy toys for poor children.
Travelers looking for something beyond top attractions like the Space Needle in Seattle might consider adding a weird museum or two to their itineraries.
A Massachusetts couple is celebrating the birth of their daughter with a numerically unusual birth time and date.
A Dutchman's attempt at a romantic wedding proposal was simply smashing.
South Dakota officials have canceled a public safety campaign to raise awareness about the dangers of jerking the steering wheel on icy roads, saying it's too risque.
Arkansas police say an 11-year-old girl paid a cabbie $1,300 to take her to meet a boy in Florida, but that authorities caught up with the runaway in Georgia after her parents reported her missing.
Police in Florida say two would-be carjackers almost got away with a vehicle in Ocala but didn't know how to drive a stick shift.
Perhaps Javorick Alexander Moore has a really long Christmas card list. Or a lot of pen pals.
A western New York brewery has constructed a Christmas tree out of hundreds of beer kegs. All that's missing is the beer.
After falling victim to thieves who swiped packages off of their front porch several times, a Northeast Washington D.C. couple decided to teach them a lesson by boxing up a stinky surprise from their two dogs.
Authorities say a woman arriving at John F. Kennedy International Airport was carrying something extra in the packets of custard and milk powder in her luggage — cocaine.
What do you get if you cross seven Cat® machines with seven machine operators, seven talented sand sculptors, fifteen days and 960 cubic yards of sand and water?
The felines are fighting back — on the bookshelf.
A sheep wearing a festive red-and-green sweater was found wandering around Omaha over the weekend.
Hallmark Cards Inc. has removed blue and silver gift wrap from circulation after a customer complained that she saw a swastika embedded in the design.
Police say a Maryland teenager eating a pot brownie in class panicked when his teacher asked him for a piece of the treat, and that he is now charged for obliging.
Forget dust-ups over reclining seats in economy class. There's a new and exclusive twist on inflight anger: Nut rage in first class.
The Salvation Army found an unusual surprise inside one of its red donation kettles: a diamond engagement ring given by a widow in honor of her late husband.
The allure of high-heeled shoes is no secret among women, who have used them to entice men from the streets of Ancient Rome to the New York City sidewalks of Carrie Bradshaw. Heels have also been a controversial symbol in the battleground of sexual politics.
Mission accomplished! A group of rocket enthusiasts launched a porta-potty into the sky Saturday in southwestern Michigan. It made an arc and almost landed on a spectator's pickup truck, 2,000 feet away.
A record-setting 4.16-pound white truffle has sold for $61,250 at a New York City auction.
Let's hear it for Marsala, the wine-influenced, red-kissed color of 2015, as chosen by Pantone.
A green cat has been wandering the streets in the city of Varna.
A woman in southern Colorado was surprised when she gave birth to a baby girl who tipped the scales at almost 14 pounds.
A 70-year-old New Mexico woman banned from a bingo hall is fighting to get back in the game.
Though it may sound like one, this is no joke: Two miniature horses trotted into a hospital.
In North Korea, there can be only one Kim Jong Un. A South Korean official said Wednesday that Pyongyang forbids its people from using the same name as the young absolute leader.
No, you can't get a loan to pay for a prostitute in Thailand. And seeking assistance to evict a polecat above a ceiling in the U.S. is going to be futile.