A number of Facebook users are reporting they received a notice about ‘suspicious activity’ on their accounts.
Detroit authorities are searching for the people who cut off the ears, nose and tail of a dog found wandering on the city’s streets.
A new chart from yourmechanic.com shows you exactly how far your vehicle can make it when it’s on fumes.
Idaho man’s e-cigarette explodes, blowing out man’s teeth and severely burning his neck and face.
The American Civil Liberties Union says the truck displays are protected free speech.
NBC announces former “Must See TV” staple “Will & Grace” will be returning to the network.
The gator was so big, it almost looked fake, as it strolled casually at the Circle B Bar Reserve in Lakeland.
Think it’s hard for firefighters to rescue a cat in a tree? Try a cow in a swimming pool.
Georgia sheriff’s deputy begs man to drop gun before both are wounded in shootout that began as a wellness check.
A Virginia man used 300,000 pennies to pay sales tax on two cars at the Department of Motor Vehicles.
According to a new analysis, millennials earn 20 percent less than boomers did at the same stage of life, despite being better educated.
According to CableTV.com, each state has its preference.
A shoe company is apologizing after a brand of its boots went viral for leaving behind swastika-shaped tracks.
Security cameras roll as woman throws hot coffee in Kentucky deputy’s eyes, and it’s not her first bizarre crime.
Tire lost on Colorado’s I-25 flies through windshield of SUV, injuring two people inside.