Events commonly referred to as "snuggle parties," are gaining popularity across the globe at a rapid rate.
California teens raid mansion for party and booty _ including stuffed snow leopard worth $250K
Spokesman: US Postal Service plans no new flights related to mail sorting change in Alaska
Airports during the holiday season bring to mind pushy passengers, overly-crowded terminals and weather-related delays. But one Canadian airline wanted to spread some actual Christmas cheer this year.
YouTube is celebrating the end of 2013 with a mashup of the site's most popular moments of the year.
Alaska city auctions off Palin's mayoral vehicle on eBay; auction causes small-town stir
Decision to fly mail from 1 Alaska community to another for sorting raises concerns
Runaway reindeer escapes from Santa during Colorado mall visit, is finally captured by police
Ice storm delays auction of gray wool suit Gene Kelly wore in 'Singin' in the Rain'
Nashville couple given bag of cash at McDonald's drive-thru; was meant to be deposited
A Washington state woman was taken aback recently when a TSA agent decided to confiscate a two-inch long gun belonging to her sock monkey, Rooster Monkburn.
The teen singer who became a viral internet sensation after posting her music video "Friday" on YouTube in 2011 has followed up with a second video aptly named "Saturday."
Across Alpine Europe during the Christmas season, men and women adorn themselves in devil horns and carry pitchforks, hellbent on scaring children into behaving.
No hugs allowed? Madison tries to regulate a business that offers professional cuddlers
Oregon man learns driving 50-ton battle tank is harder than it looks, even with owner's manual
CDC: Holiday 'cannibal sandwiches' with raw beef sickened Wisconsin residents with E. coli
Ky. man fulfills brother's last wish with big tip tour across country; makes $500 stop in Vt.
Ky.'s Liberty Van driver beats $56 obstructed-view traffic ticket in NJ after long treks back
Pa. police investigating complaint after visiting ghost hunters are mistaken for burglars
1 in a million: Northern Calif. couple conceives identical triplets without fertility drugs