- National Cheeseburger Day is Tuesday, Sept. 18. Burger joints across the nation are celebrating this momentous occasion with a variety of deals, while others are honoring the day by using your cheeseburger purchase to benefit charity.
- All is back to normal at Louisiana State University after a bomb threat received Monday morning forced a campus-wide evacuation. No explosives were found.
- A man named Toakai Teitoi said he was saved by a six-foot shark after being lost at sea for 15 weeks.
- Over 130 inmates have escaped from a Mexican prison in Peidras, located across the border from Eagle Pass, Texas. Mexican authorities have undertaken a massive manhunt, while U.S. authorities are closely monitoring the border to assist in the recapture of any prisoners that try to cross.
LSU Bomb Threat: Residence Halls Given The Clear, Travel Still Restricted, Building Search ContinuesResidence and dining halls resume normal function after a bomb threat at Louisiana State University Monday morning. Authority are still conducting a building sweep.
?Gorilla Carries Toddler? Video Goes Viral; Will There Be A Backlash Against The ?Gentle Giants?? [VIDEO]A video that is more than 20 years old has gone viral after a video that was shot at the Howletts Wild Animal Park in the United Kingdom was released, the New York Daily News reported.
- Elephants who are kept by Hindu temples in the south of India are getting dangerously obese, and efforts are now underway to help them slim down.
Valarie Suau, Topless Kate Middleton Photographer, In Hiding Amidst Royal Photos Scandal And Legal BattleOn Monday following the scandal erupting throughout the world after topless photos of Kate Middleton were leaked and subsequently published in several magazines, police began a manhunt for the photographer of the images, Valarie Suau, along with Closer, the original publication.
- Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel will head to court this week to end the Teachers Union strike, which, he says, is using the city's children as pawns.
- Lawyers of Britain's royal family, who filed a lawsuit last week against the French magazine "Closer" for publishing paparazzi photos of topless Kate Middleton, will head to court again to file a criminal case against the photographer who took the pictures.
- A Viola, Ark., schoolboy was denied his homemade peanut-butter-and-jelly sandwich at lunch because of a ban on peanut products, sparking an outcry on Facebook over lunchtime rights and the ever-growing list of child-safety-oriented rules that leave some parents hungry for common sense.
- Few would say we're living in a time when people have much respect for each other. The Internet that was supposed to have ushered in an "information superhighway" has morphed into a snarky battleground and the presidential race reeks of angry versus angrier instead of being suffused by what voters need. Now, though, we're arguing about banning PB&J sandwiches and the Kate Middleton topless-photo scandal.
- Super Typhoon Sanba continues to pose grave danger to the Japanese island of Okinawa and the South Korean mainland. Sanba, with peak winds as high as 178 mph, is currently moving north toward Okinawa at 13 mph.
- Influx of wealthy immigrants into Zug, Switzerland's richest canton, do not blend well with local residents, causing friction between the two groups. A Swiss farmer turned down $30 million, refusing to have more apartments built on his farmland.
- After a bomb threat shut down the campus of the University of Texas at Austin Friday mornng, the school began allowing students back onto campus and into buildings later in the day. The campus was evacuated following a call by a man who claimed to have placed bombs around campus.
- A missing Tulsa, Oklahoma woman was found alive in a freezer, NBC station KJRH reported. Authorities believe the woman may have climbed into the freezer to take shelter from a storm, but the woman was unable to explain why she went into the freezer in the first place leading officials to believe she was disoriented in the first place.
- The University of Texas at Austin and North Dakota State University ordered evacuations on Friday because of bomb threats, the schools said.
- A bomb threat prompted North Dakota State University to order an evacuation of its Fargo, N.D., campus Friday as a similar threat spurred an evacuation order at the University of Texas, Austin.
- Aspiring rapper Ervin McKinness, 21, did not know how telling his latest tweet was over Labor Day weekend
'Zombie Apocalypse' Not Over? Doylestown Resident Richard Cimino Jr. Reportedly Gnaws Woman While Bloody And NakedWeeks after the government warned the public to prepare for a "zombie apolcalypse," Richard Cimino Jr., of Doylestown, Pa., allegedly gnawed on a woman's head while naked and bloody.