The Americans have done a follow-up to their 2012 hit video in which the Olympians lip-synced to “Call Me Maybe.”
Residents of Green Bay, Wisconsin are on edge after several late night sightings of a particularly creepy clown.
A huge Pokemon statue that mysteriously appeared in a New Orleans square is drawing crowds.
Orlando officials are considering purchasing the Pulse nightclub and turning it into a permanent memorial for the 49 people killed there.
An Orlando man has been arrested for picking up, and throwing a flamingo named “Pinky” to the ground.
You won’t be seeing the pistol emoji in your keyboard any longer in Apple’s new iOS 10 update.
Cell phone video shows American Airlines pilot subdue unruly passenger after plane lands in Charlotte.
Two small dogs left alone in a running car knock the vehicle into gear, causing it to crash into a West Virginia Walmart.
Alabama homeowner surprises burglar inside his home, then subdues man and ties him to tree where he later died.
Boy spends 15 minutes locked inside gun safe at Utah sporting goods store before being rescued by firefighters.
An Arizona couple are accused of leaving their 2-year-old son alone to go play the “Pokemon Go”.
Security cameras show airborne car barrel-roll across parking lot, raining debris as it comes apart.
A 42-year-old skydiver with more than 18,000 jumps made history when he became the first person to survive a leap without a parachute.
A federal appeals court has upheld the arrest of a student accused of repeatedly disrupting his middle-school class with loud burps.
That one-liner pushed one business owner, Quentin Carter, to capitalize on the president’s popular phrase.