The world’s largest American flag was no match for a storm in Wisconsin Wednesday that reportedly also damaged two homes and produced hail the size of a quarter.
Irene Triplett, whose father fought on both sides of the American Civil War, has passed away at age 90.
A Chicago man has been charged with lighting a police vehicle on fire during a protest downtown, all while allegedly wearing a Joker mask which partially hid his face.
A woman managed to go into labor and give birth alone in a Texas jail cell without any corrections officers noticing until after she had delivered the child, a sheriff's official said.
Authorities in Boston confiscated a large sum of cash from a man at Logan Airport after he missed flight and then trying to rebook it.
The Miami Dolphins have come up with a unique plan to allow fans to come to their stadium while still social distancing: they're creating a drive-in theater right inside.
One man in the U.K. decided to dust off his kids' old toy car to deliver cakes to neighbors at a safe distance during VE Day.
A grocery store has brought “happy hour” to their signature salad bars during the coronavirus pandemic.
The men said they had been floating for roughly 3 to 4 hours.
The devastation to businesses due to widespread coronavirus lockdowns across the U.S. has prompted many restaurants to rely on delivery and take-out services, and children’s pizza purveyor Chuck E. Cheese is apparently no exception.
In order for Jonathan Gonzalez, a North Carolina resident, to win the lottery, his own luck wasn’t enough. So he called upon his entire family to each pick a number, a decision which would win him $1 million.
An NFL player is suing United Airlines, saying he was harassed and sexually assaulted by an intoxicated female passenger on a red-eye flight in February.
The concept may sound morbid, but the bed/coffin combo is intended to combat COVID-19 shortages.
An unlikely friendship has blossomed during this isolation between a North Texas woman and a goose.
Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves asked people to submit names of high school seniors so he could read them aloud on a webcast — a recognition for teenagers who are missing traditional graduation ceremonies because of the coronavirus pandemic.
A man in Ireland built a beehive entirely out of LEGOs and it's a beautifully colorful creation.
Fish Tales in Ocean City, M.D. is using giant inflatable inner tube tables to ensure customers maintain safe social distancing.
A family in South Florida is counting their blessings after an SUV crashed through their fence and across their pool, narrowly missing their home.
A pair of convenience store thieves wore watermelons on their heads.
While being stuck at home during the coronavirus pandemic wasn’t a lot of fun for many people, some had uniquely unpleasant experiences.