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Burger King Baby finds birth mom 27 years later after Facebook campaign, gets long-awaited hug
Fashion retailer H&M has pulled a vest from its shelves worldwide after accusations its design, which featured a menacing skull in the center of a Star of David, was anti-Semitic.
With big game on horizon, Sen. McConnell's campaign ad mistakes Duke basketball for Kentucky
Instead of giving up one thing for Lent, Chris Schryer is giving up everything -- except beer.
Palm Springs prefers blondes, but must give big goodbye to 17-ton Marilyn Monroe statue
New Mexico zoo evacuated for an hour until bear cub is coaxed back into its cage
Camera used in 1971 moon landing fetches $758,489 at Austrian auction
Have you any wool? Ireland needs 1,000 more barber-ready sheep for world shearing contest
Louisiana commuters may have been jonesing for ketchup and mustard after a crash caused thousands of corn dogs to spill onto an interstate earlier this week.
WTOP's David Burd reports.
New Orleans' Mardi Gras parades attract close to a million visitors each year, but it's not all glitz and glamour -- arrests for public urination, often due to a lack of facilities, are common.
During this season of college acceptance letters, high school students across the country are making difficult decisions about where to spend their next four years. To aid in this process, the website Niche compiles weekly ranked lists of a variety of factors, the most recent of which has placed American University in the top three.
An Oklahoma City girl who says she asks everyone she meets to buy Girl Scout cookies has broken the organization's decades-old sales record by a margin about the size of a Thin Mint.
Company official says dig into New Mexico landfill for old 'E.T.' Atari games is not on hold
NC man accused of sucking on a woman's toes at Wal-Mart arrested; offered to buy her groceries
'How to Poo on a Date' wins Diagram Prize for year's oddest book title
Fundraiser in Michigan pits participants with big appetites against 20-foot-long bratwursts
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are on the cover of Vogue magazine, and while the April issue hasn't even hit newsstands yet, it hasn't stopped people from spoofing it.
Circus elephants escape handlers in Missouri, damage vehicles in parking lot before recapture
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