NBC News | posted Feb 26th - 6:29pm
Two llamas tried to elude capture Thursday as they took a tour of Sun City, Arizona.
Terry Tang, Associated Press | posted Feb 26th - 6:11pm
Two quick-footed llamas dashed in and out of traffic in a Phoenix-area retirement enclave before they were captured by authorities Thursday, causing a stir in the streets and on social media.
The Associated Press | posted Feb 26th - 4:41pm
Seattle police say a woman was knocked unconscious when she was pelted by an egg in a so-called drive-by egging.
The Associated Press | posted Feb 26th - 4:31pm
Where there's smoke, there's fire. But fog signals art, as Pittsburgh firefighters are quickly learning.
Melonyce McAfee, CNN | posted Feb 26th - 10:18am
"I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat," Winston Churchill once told the British House of Commons. A UK auction house is taking the former prime minister's words literally.
Christopher Torchia, Associated Press | posted Feb 26th - 9:01am
A linguistic storm is brewing in coastal Luderitz, where some residents of the Namibian town are protesting plans to change its name to !Nami#nus.
Kim Tong-Hyung, Associated Press | posted Feb 26th - 4:50am
A South Korean court on Thursday abolished a 62-year-old law that criminalized extramarital affairs, and the stock price of a prominent condom maker immediately shot up 15 percent.
The Associated Press | posted Feb 25th - 1:03pm
If "king for a day" sounds too majestic, a small Hungarian village will let you become deputy mayor for a few days.
The Associated Press | posted Feb 25th - 11:01am
A school bus aide has been charged with stealing lunch money and bagged lunches from preschoolers in New Jersey.
The Associated Press | posted Feb 25th - 10:31am
Police have ticketed two men accused of climbing a 200-foot crane in downtown Boulder, Colorado, at night and parachuting to the street below.
The Associated Press | posted Feb 25th - 8:50am
London's firefighters say sun rays refracted by a Nutella jar likely caused a house fire.
The Associated Press | posted Feb 24th - 11:21am
A Massachusetts man has found a way to profit from the several feet of snow in his yard: He's shipping it to people in warmer climates for the bargain price of $89 for six pounds.
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