Group unveils design of 7-foot-tall, goat-headed statue of Satan for Oklahoma Capitol grounds
Dr. Who knows? Researchers don't find evidence of time travel on internet, Twitter, Facebook
Homeless Mass. man claims to be rock band Whitesnake's drummer; police say it's untrue
Peacock escapes pen at Chicago-area zoo, freezes to death despite firefighter rescue from tree
North Carolina politician pens resignation letter in Klingon tongue from 'Star Trek'
Pope to nuns: Why aren't you answering the phone? Francis cold-calls nuns, gets machine
Would-be candy swipers flee warehouse of Southern California retro sweets seller empty-handed
Authorities say man stole brain samples from Indiana medical museum that were sold online
Christmas gift from Obama family mistakenly delivered to northern Illinois home
Thief carries 250-pound safe out of Mass. eatery; owner has since bought even heavier lockbox
Brave bathers splash into new year with swim in frigid waters off NYC's Coney Island
Colorfully costumed Mummers strut their stuff at annual New Year's Day parade in Philadelphia
Even Obama dogs go through Hawaii's strict quarantine procedures to travel to islands
Hawaii woman with long last name gets new ID cards after state expands character limit
6 teens arrested for allegedly posing as Southern California police officers
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Exactly 50 years ago, many in America were first hearing music from The Beatles. The Washington, D.C. area played a large role in fanning Beatlemania.
The New Year brings with it much promise: new beginnings, resolutions and perhaps even new taxes. But for many, the first thing the New Year brings is a killer hangover.
Next mayor of Harrisburg, Pa., to skip inaugural ball in favor of City Hall renovation funds
Lithuanian policeman builds Christmas tree with 1,100 empty Champagne, sparkling wine bottles
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