A married lesbian couple say they had just finished enjoying a meal at The Stingray Café in New Bern, North Carolina, when they were approached by the owner and handed a letter riddled with spelling errors telling them their homosexuality was hurting everyone around them.
The body of a man found dead on Hayes Road in Carnesville, Georgia, was identified by law enforcement officials as belonging to 32-year-old Keith Ratliff, the weapons manager of YouTube's third most popular channel, FPSRussia.
Paula Papen found her 8-year-old son using her iPad to mess around on eBay, so she did what any parent who doesn't mind scarring their children for life would do: She convinced him he'd accidentally purchased a $50,000 Ford Mustang and there was no way to cancel the sale.
While "gun advocates" are urging the government to deport Piers Morgan over his demand for stricter gun laws, reports are coming in that yet another egregious mass shooting event has taken place.
The 16-member crew of the HMS Bounty, a replica vessel modeled after its 18th century namesake, was forced to abandon ship after a collision with Hurricane Sandy off the coast of Cape Hatteras caused the ship to start taking on water at an uncontrollable rate.
The law finally caught up with scofflaw Amanda Bynes yesterday when she was pulled over by police in Burbank, California, and cited for driving with a suspended license.
Most larger-than-life leaders need to invent stories about their larger-than-life accomplishments. Not Vladimir Putin: When he says he taught birds how to fly south for the winter, believe it.
In the prank equivalent of the Most Dangerous Game, a husband convinces his wife she is about to die a gruesome death by head-on collision with a big rig.
Harley-Davidson announced yesterday it plans to fully restore a rusted motorcycle that washed ashore in British Columbia after being swept away from Japan's Miyagi Prefecture during last year's tsunami.
A divorced mother of two from Long Island has filed a complaint with her state's Human Rights Commission claiming her former boss only hired her to gain access to her kidney.