To lose weight, it helps to like your diet.
Marauding elk had been trampling gardens, grazing on lawns and causing car crashes on the twisting country road that winds its way through Stoney Fork.
A New Year's resolution to lose weight appears to have been postponed for some Australians.
Those who love to cook from scratch at home but don't have time to shop for fresh ingredients may want to check out a new kind of food delivery service.
A northeastern Pennsylvania newspaper has just received a calendar to help ring in the new year _ except the year is 1950.
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.
Each year since 1971, Lake Superior State University in Michigan has compiled its list of words people don't want to hear again.
Visitors to parts of Everglades National Park are getting tarps and bungee cords to make their vehicles less delectable to vultures.
A Wisconsin couple says clucks, not fire trucks, helped them escape a blaze at their home.
Finding a lost wedding ring along a snowy highway is hard enough. But a Good Samaritan in Northern California also has to track down the man it belongs to.
Strike this word from you conversations: whatever. For the fourth year in a row, a Marist Poll survey ranks the word the most annoying in the American lexicon.
A New Year's Eve possum drop that attracts thousands of people to a tiny western North Carolina town will go on this year, with one big change: It won't involve a live possum.
A tiny pony is back at its Austrian circus home more than a week after apparently being kidnapped by a woman who wanted to give her sick daughter a Christmas surprise.
Owners of an old-school soda shop in St. Paul, Minn., are being warned to kick the habit and stop stocking novelty candy cigarettes.
Police in Sweden had to intervene after a foreign visitor to a spa and conference center grew angry because a visiting Santa Claus was wearing a gray instead of red costume.
A group of young carolers sing along to the Christmas carol, "O Christmas Tree" while taking a little creative freedom with the lyrics.
Gone are the days when jumping on a trampoline was enough. A new extreme sport is intriguing people worldwide as they see these athletes master a "trampoline wall."
After spending nearly a half-century as husband and wife, Bob and Norma Clark are finally married.
They say cats have nine lives. Now a Chinese toad has joined that club of wily survivors.
Officials in Denver want people to know this is only a test.