This week in odd news: A Council member gives opponent ABC (already been chewed) gum; Police say Florida gas station owner chases man, fires warning shot, forcing suspect to return stolen beers; Police: Man steals green chile burger after slapping victim
PHOTO GALLERY: Youths take part in annual Sea of Galilee swim; couple sits in hurricane-damaged home in Puerto Rico; Rohingya refugees reach for food distributed by aid agencies in Bangladesh.
American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri sues the city of St. Louis over what it calls 'unlawful and unconstitutional action' during demonstrations that followed a former police officer's acquittal in killing
More seismic activity was detected in North Korea Friday night near the site where the rogue nation recently conducted a nuclear test. While neighboring countries initially expressed fears that this was another missile launch, South Koreans say they believe the activity measured was a natural occurrence.
From The New York Times: Per the artist's instructions, a french horn by the sculptor Darren Bader is used as a serving vessel for sauces – in this case, guacamole.By: By MARCUS GAAB. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2yhTnPc
Friday's autumn equinox marks the end of summer and the first day of fall for anybody living in the Northern Hemisphere, meaning colder weather and longer nights are on the way
Joe Scarborough sits down with the one and only singer/songwriter John Mellancamp for a talk about Mellancamp's new music, his politics, activism in the age of Trump and the history of Farm Aid.
Everyone loves spoiling their pets, but all those snacks you call pet lovin’ is making your furry friends fatter. Jose Sepulveda(@josespeulvedatv) has more.
The U.S. government has told election officials in 21 states that hackers targeted their systems last year, although in most cases the systems were not breached