The arrest of a man after a woman objected to him kissing his female companion in public has prompted a "kiss-in" protest in a conservative Mexico city.
A squirrel with olive oil? For police in northern Germany, that was a winning combination to free an animal trapped in a manhole cover.
Clad in white cowboy boots, a pair of underwear and his Stetson, the so-called "Naked Cowboy" has been a fixture in Times Square for years.
As space lovers everywhere watched the live feed of NASA's Curiosity landing, another star was born -- but this one wasn't in the sky. He was in the NASA control room.
In a story Aug. 2 about the rescue of a drowning bear, The Associated Press misspelled the name of a man who filmed the rescue. His name is Charlie Mettille.
French police say 1 million euro ($1.2 million) worth of Givenchy perfume has been recovered after it was stolen by masked thieves from a warehouse in the middle of the night.
A beekeeper says he had to be called into gather up a swarm of thousands of bees that delayed a Delta Air Lines flight from Pittsburgh International Airport to New York.
A Chihuahua is being hailed as a hero after authorities say it sniffed out two girls who were lost in a Georgia forest.
The mayor of Puerto Rico's capital says he will sleep aboard a bus on the streets of San Juan to prove they are safe.
Queue up the rubber bands. Two young men dressed in lab coats (so it must be scientific) caught the fate of one unfortunate gourd using a high- speed camera. Their instrument of destruction: rubber bands.
A seal that would normally live in waters around the Aleutian Islands and California has shown up thousands of miles away on a beach in Hawaii, officials said Wednesday.
Is there an animal Olympics? If so, bet on Buttermilk.
A bull in the mood for love damaged an Arkansas sheriff's patrol car when it tried to mount a man who was leading the animal across a yard.
A Pittsburgh man allegedly broke into a woman's apartment while drunk and stole a potato peeler, a kitchen knife and a small dog.
Authorities say a Michigan couple got an unexpected visit from a drunken 27-year-old neighbor who wandered into their cottage and climbed into bed with them.
If the International Pole Sports Federation has its way, pole dancing may be the next Olympic sport.
Japan's ambassador to the U.S. earned some laughs in North Dakota when he mentioned the movie "Fargo" and made a solid attempt at singing a country song about the governor's home area.
Mysterious crop circles have appeared in an eastern Washington wheat field _ not far from the nation's largest hydropower producer _ but area farmers preparing for the summer's harvest find the distraction more amusing than alarming.
The real estate listing reads like a Wild West exhibit: An old gold mine, a geyser, and a supposed hideout of famed outlaws.
A Washington state duck that had a 4-inch blow dart removed from its neck is back on a Longview lake.