Police in Davis, Calif., are investigating a ghoulish report that a high school student made cookies mixed with human remains and then gave them to unknowing classmates for consumption.
The fourth-largest lottery prize in U.S. history will be on the line as numbers are drawn for the Mega Millions game’s $654 million jackpot.
The website Wallethub.com analyzed many factors during a recent story about the best city for vegans and vegetarians. Their findings indicate Corpus Christi has the lowest cost for groceries for vegetarians of the 100 markets analyzed nationwide.
The question now is whether a smaller version of the company that once towered over the American retail landscape can be viable.
Baby Harper Yeats is only 5 months old. During her short lifetime, she’s already accomplished one feat that few others have checked off their personal bucket lists.
For those times when you have an inescapable craving for a chili dog, but don’t feel like going out, Wienerschnitzel is now selling its secret recipe chili sauce in cans.
Nikki Fiske told the Hollywood Reporter that when Stephen Miller was a student in her classroom, he was a loner with a messy desk who played with glue. She also calls Miller “a strange dude.”
DETROIT (AP) – Toyota is recalling nearly 188,000 pickup trucks, SUVs and cars worldwide because the air bags may not inflate in a crash.
Anheuser Busch appears to have won the competition after the release of a 77-pack of their budget-conscious Natural Light brew.
A woman held up an entire plane after she tried to sneak a squirrel onto her flight.
Under the bipartisan legislation he signed Wednesday, health plans or middlemen can no long prohibit pharmacists from telling customers when they would be better off not using their insurance plans.
WASHINGTON (AP) – Gerard Murphy never met his uncle Richard. But the Potomac, Maryland, native grew up hearing stories of the former journalist who enlisted in the Marines during World War II and disappeared during the June 15, 1944, amphibious assault on the Pacific island of Saipan.
Police requested the other passengers disembark while officers dealt with the woman, who was eventually escorted into the main terminals.
Instead of making money selling recyclables, some cities are being charged hundreds of thousands of dollars to get rid of them.
The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection said Tuesday strong winds caused the lines to touch, creating an electrical arc that sent molten material onto dry vegetation below.