A trade ban on lacy lingerie has Russian consumers and their neighbors with their knickers in a twist.
A Los Angeles project laying the foundation for the tallest building west of the Mississippi broke the world record for the largest continuous concrete pour, a Guinness World Records adjudicator said Sunday.
About 100 dogs got their own day at a pre-Carnival bash in Rio de Janeiro.
A Philippine Christian sect has broken two records for organizing the largest charity walk in an effort to raise funds for survivors of last year's Typhoon Haiyan, a Guinness World Records official said Sunday.
Alpine race announcers broadcasting to fans in the grandstand have not seen too clearly this weekend.
The rapidly growing North Dakota oil patch city of Williston has the highest average rent in the United States, a national study from an apartment renting guide shows.
Two math majors at Reed College lost control of a massive snowball that rolled into a dorm, knocking in part of a bedroom wall.
A sheriff in northeastern Georgia said he was canceling Valentine's Day because of the bad weather, telling men they were off the hook for the romantic gifts their partners may be expecting.
According to a recent survey taken by Match.com, singles in the U.S. gave their biggest deal-breakers on a date, with No. 1 being an unclean appearance.
Eyewitness News morning weatherman Aaron Perlman was "attacked" by a spider on live television. He was frightened, but otherwise unharmed. The same can't be said for the spider (our kind weatherman stomped it). That moment of TV magic caught the attention of CNN's Jeanne Moos, who opined on the unique bond between TV weather forecasters and creepy, crawly creatures.
Eyewitness News morning weatherman Aaron Perlman was "attacked" by a spider on live television. He was frightened, but otherwise unharmed. The same can't be said for the spider. That moment of TV at its finest caught the attention of Fox News, which aired clips of Perlman's scary experience and used it for the basis of a social media question: "What scares you?"
House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy, a Bakersfield Republican, appears in a new video on NowThis News that is inspired by the Netflix hit drama "House of Cards."
A survey by CareerBuilder.com found that 38 percent of U.S. workers have dated someone who worked for the same company. And 16 percent admitted to dating their boss.
A central Ohio woman who loathed being named Sheila and wanted a moniker that reflected her personality has legally changed her first name to Sexy.