Topless barber in Colorado charged with cosmetology without a license
Ind. police chief shot with stun gun raises $800 in cash for squad car, gets $25,000 pledge
Russian public and politicians outraged by giant Louis Vuitton suitcase no Red Square
Beijing destroys hundreds of barbecue grills in campaign to cut hazardous air pollution
Mormon bishop in Utah disguises himself as homeless man to teach lesson of compassion
'Dolly' the llama, seen wandering for nearly 6 months in Mich., is captured, to get new home
Ho, Ho, No! Nonprofit's annual NYC Santa parade, sidewalk donation effort come to an end
Indiana police chief to be shot with stun gun in effort to raise money for new squad car
Capt. Kirk, skipper of futuristic Zumwalt being built in Maine, doesn't mind 'Star Trek' jokes
Officer dressed as turkey patrolling Las Vegas crosswalks, squawking on drivers who don't stop
A PlayStation 4 user is banned after broadcasting an unconscious naked woman.
Owner of burgled Pa. tattoo shop offers free lifetime tattoos, piercings for information
It's hot but it's not explosive; Oklahoma bomb squad says suspicious item is just a burrito
Fashion police 'Courtesy Patrol' teams monitoring attire, decorum at Hawaii Army base
Earlier this week, the New York Knicks and the Detroit Pistons faced off on the basketball court. But at one point during the game, the competition appeared to be even more fierce in the stands.
It's hard enough keeping your cool under the flashing lights of a red-carpet photo frenzy, but when you add photographers yelling, screaming and giving direction, it's easy to understand why "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" star Jennifer Lawrence reacted with a primal scream recently.
Pa. town that's famous for fungus plans to ring in the New Year by lowering giant mushroom
Cleaners find 24 gold bars worth $1 million hidden in plane lavatory after flight to India
73-year-old Nebraska man reunited with motorcycle stolen 46 years ago, found in California