Workers renovating the old Dayton’s department store in downtown Minneapolis discovered a mystery — the mummified remains of a monkey.
Hanna Dickenson, 24, told her parents she only had weeks to live and convinced them to give her money for supposedly lifesaving treatment in 2012.
Masazo Nonaka, born in 1905, received title of the world's oldest living man after Francisco Nunez Olivera of Spain died aged of 113.
Lizzy Martinez was pulled from her class and taken to the nurse's office for wearing an oversized Calvin Klein shirt without a bra underneath it.
A Florida family was outraged after a day care worker shared the video of their two-year-old girl's frightened reaction to the Easter Bunny on social media.
Keri Hoffman, 35, an algebra teacher at Clinton Middle School, Oklahoma was arrested for multiple counts of rape involving a 15-year-old student.
An earthquake rattled northwest Oklahoma early morning on April 9. The tremors were felt in south-central Kansas too.
Casey James Lawhorn, 23, is wanted for the double homicide of his mother and a friend in East Ridge, Tennessee.
According to reports, 25-year-old Alaina Marie Limpert from Arizona made the mac and cheese for her husband.
Beloved children’s TV show host, comedian, puppeteer, actor, and voice-over artist Chuck McCann died on April 8 from congestive heart failure at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, Deadline confirmed. He was 83 years old.
Don Rickles, the acidic stand-up comedian who became famous not by telling jokes but by insulting his audience, died of kidney failure April 6, 2017.
Subhabrata Majumdar preserved his mother's body with proper chemicals in a freezer at home.
The Minnesota native, who was called “one of the worst DUI offenders in the United States,” was arrested for in Illinois.
In the lawsuit, Denson, 55, repeats her allegation that Joseph L. Bishop sexually assaulted her in 1984 when he was president of the religion's Missionary Training Center in Provo, Utah.
A routine police patrol off the south Australian shore was interrupted when a great white shark measuring about five meters in length swam dangerously close to their boat.
A Tennessee couple was charged with aggravated child neglect and abuse after a doctor said the man's nine-year-old daughter suffered abuse that amounted to torture.
The police officer was responding to calls of a burglary and found the student shattering the windows of cars and apartments.
Saheed Vassell, whose family said he suffered from bipolar disorder, was brandishing a curved metal pipe and pointing it at people at a bus stop in Brooklyn.
A woman in Arizona was arrested after she told the police she “only sparked the taser to get the kids up for church on Easter.”
Police are investigating video footage of a driver in Lancaster, California, "walking" two dogs by tying one of them to his car as he drove along.
One elephant died and several others ended up loose on a Spanish motorway after the circus lorry they were in overturned.
Nathan Stowell, 25, a hiker died after plunging 400 feet (122 meters) to his death from Hawaii’s Olomona Trail after attempting to catch his hat when wind blew it away.
The second graders of Kindezi Old Fourth Ward Charter School were reciting Paul Laurence Dunbar's poem “We Wear The Mask.”
Glacier National Park has two live webcams aimed at a hollowed-out hole high up in a Cottonwood tree in which a black bear has made its winter den. Video recordings show the bear almost waking up from hibernation.
Rufus Thompson, 29, was charged with the kidnap and murder of 20-year-old Danny Diaz-Delgado, whose body was found near Assunpink Creek in Hamilton Township.
Doctor's Day was first introduced by Eudora Brown Almond, wife of Dr. Charles B. Almond, who selected March 30 in honor of the 1842 surgery by Dr. Crawford Long in which ether was used to anesthetize a patient for the first time.
A Pita Pit restaurant manager in Missoula, Montana, apologized after a customer posted a video of an employee spitting in her food.
Two airline pilots traveling over Arizona claimed they were passed by an unidentified flying object while flying at over 30,000 feet in the air.
A woman in Florida who endured back pain for 14 years after giving birth has discovered part of an epidural needle embedded in her spine.
An SUV plunged 100 feet from an ocean overlook on the Pacific Coast Highway about 150 miles north of San Francisco on March 26. A family of eight is feared dead in the crash.