A young Titusville, Florida, boy named Mason was rescued by an off-duty firefighter after he managed to get stuck inside a toy claw vending machine.
A Salt Lake City school board voted unanimously to replace former U.S. President Andrew Jackson's name with that of NASA's first black engineer as officials expressed concern over his role in expanding slavery.
An 11-year-old girl in Murcia, Spain, gave birth to a child fathered by her 14-year-old brother Friday, law enforcement officials say. He is unlikely to face any criminal charges.
Tom Shannon Daniels, principal of Stanley Elementary School in Swampscott, Massachusetts, says they are undergoing a transition and dropping "Tom" as a first name to now be known as Shannon Daniels.
Cello Victory: Scandinavian Airlines representatives apologized for the "administrative error" that charged cellists for both an extra seat and a telephone booking fee of $60.
Authorities in Arizona are hoping the public can identify a woman who was seen on surveillance footage abandoning a newborn baby at the Tucson Airport last month.
An Amtrak train out of Washington, D.C., and bound for New York City's Penn Station broke apart in a Maryland section of the tunnel at its top speed of 125 mph.
A new survey of 5,000 U.S. singles finds some odd choices of sexual appetites.
Oklahoma State Rep. Rick West, R-Heavener, filed a bill this week that would allow the administration of chemical treatments to reduce testosterone in repeat sex offenders.
A Knightdale, North Carolina, man impregnated his biological daughter and the two planned to marry before being arrested on incest charges, warrants show.
Residents in the English town of Ware, Hertfordshire are concerned that "graveyard sex" will increase if patrons to a new wine bar begin flocking into the town.
An African-American University of California worker union protester at U.C. Berkeley can be seen getting violently thrown on the ground by several police officers during what appears to be a peaceful protest.
Two students were left injured after a shooting at Los Angeles' Salvador B. Castro Middle School Thursday morning, LAPD says.
The 75-year-old Croatian hotelier, Pero Jelinic, was shot dead as he aimed his rifle to kill a second lion.
A family of five was arrested in Spain with more than four tons of oranges spilling out of their vehicle.
A Michigan man says one member of his “extended” family, his dog Ryder, has recently qualified to collect $360 each week for unemployment.
Last year, several Democratic members of Congress wore white to Trump's first speech to a joint Congress -- but things have gotten dark over the past year to make way for the #sotublackout protest Tuesday.
A man who took sleeping pills while on New York City's Lower East Side walked over to the ledge and tumbled out the window -- but survived.
A survey of more than 20,000 dating app users in the U.K. admitted to engaging in some form of sexual activity in their office.
Video has emerged of a woman performing several contortionist yoga moves in the aisle of a packed commercial plane.
A Cincinnati man startled neighbors when he began waving what many thought was a rifle on the roof of an Athens, Ohio, residence Friday night.
Steve Wynn's sexual assault allegations are causing his NASDAQ stock to plummet dramatically Friday.
U.S. taxpayers will pick up the Trump administration's $24 million bill for new refrigerators and "chillers" aboard Air Force One.
Alex Rodriguez's multimillion private airplane was forced to make an emergency landing at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey on Thursday.
Twenty years before the discovery of the Turpin family torture house, Lara Cowan says she was held captive and tortured alongside 13 children by a polygamist man she was dating.
Chad O. England, 33, was arrested by Sullivan County deputies and Tennessee Highway Patrol officers Jan. 20 after allegedly letting Jesus take the wheel of his truck.
Marvin Toatley was arrested Wednesday in Columbia, South Carolina and charged with 3 counts of assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature as well as a count of malicious property damage.
These are the three candidates currently involved in the chaotic legal battle over the body of notorious murder mastermind and pop culture fixture, Charles Manson.
The Botnik computer-generated lineup for Coachella 2018 features absurd band names that, well, aren't that outlandish next to the real lineup.
A viral video showing comedian Steve Brown being attacked with his microphone stand continues to baffle the comic and fans alike.