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Men say they've set record for traversing Boston's subwayTwo Boston-area residents say they've set the world record for travelling to every stop on the city's subway system in about 7 1/2 hours
The Associated Press3 hours ago
Driver forced to gun engine and jump rising drawbridgeA driver in New Jersey had to gun his engine and jump a drawbridge that began rising as he crossed it with his family
The Associated Press11 hours ago
Big catch! Drunken woman allegedly bites fisherman's lineIt wasn't exactly the catch a Florida man was hoping for while fishing in the Atlantic Ocean
The Associated Press13 hours ago
NY courts spokesman fired after saying he 'barely' workedThe New York state court system's longtime communications chief has been fired after inadvertently telling a reporter that he "barely" went to work
The Associated Press1 day ago
In this 2011 photo, Tiffany, a female lowland gorilla, is pictured at the Topeka Zoo in Topeka, Kan. Tiffany, a constipated 49-year-old lowland gorilla at the Topeka Zoo in Kansas, is recovering after having surgery. Zoo Director Brendan Wiley says the procedure that Tiffany underwent Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2017, went "really well." A significant amount of stool was found in her colon and was flushed out. (Emily DeShazer/The Topeka Capital-Journal via AP)
Constipated gorilla in Kansas zoo recovering after surgeryA constipated 49-year-old lowland gorilla at the Topeka Zoo in Kansas is recovering after having surgery
The Associated Press1 day ago
Mark Johnson, right, stands next to public defender Rosie Chase, center, during his arraignment, Thursday, Aug. 17, 2017, in North Hero, Vt., on charges he sprayed liquid manure on a marked U.S. Customs and Border Protection car on Aug. 3 in Alburgh, Vt., after confronting an agent about immigration enforcement. Seated at left is state's attorney Doug DiSabito. Johnson pleaded not guilty to charges. (Tonya Poutry/The Islander via AP, Pool)
Man denies purposely spraying manure on border patrol carA Vermont man has denied charges he sprayed liquid manure on a marked U.S. Customs and Border Protection car after confronting an agent about immigration enforcement
The Associated Press1 day ago
Are you for real? Police check out man looking for denturesA wary woman in southern Germany has alerted police after a man buzzed on her door and asked for permission to search her balcony for his false teeth
The Associated Press1 day ago
Bavarian black swan finds companion through lonely hearts adA black swan in Bavaria is no longer alone after finding a companion thanks to a lonely hearts ad
The Associated Press1 day ago
This Aug. 3, 2017 photo provided by U.S. Customs and Border Protection shows a U.S. Border Patrol car that had been sprayed with manure in Alburgh, Vt. Mark Johnson is charged with spraying liquid manure on a marked U.S. Customs and Border Protection car after confronting an agent about immigration enforcement. (U.S. Customs and Border Protection via AP)
Man charged with spraying manure on US Border Protection carA Vermont man has been charged with spraying liquid manure on a marked U.S. Customs and Border Protection car after confronting an agent about immigration enforcement
The Associated Press2 days ago
In an undated photo provided by Iva Harberg, Mary Grams, 84, holds a carrot that grew through her engagement ring in Alberta, Canada. Grams, who lost her diamond ring 13 years ago while pulling weeds in her garden, is wearing it proudly again after her daughter-in-law pulled it from the ground on a misshapen carrot. Grams, 84, said she can't believe the vegetable actually grew through and around the diamond engagement ring she had given up for lost. (Iva Harberg/The Canadian Press via AP)
Lucky carrot: Alberta woman finds mother-in-law's lost ringA Canadian woman who lost her engagement ring 13 years ago while weeding her garden on the family farm is wearing it proudly again after her daughter-in-law pulled it from the ground on a misshapen carrot
The Associated Press2 days ago
This undated image from video provided by the St. Louis County Police Department shows a man accused of robbing St. Louis-area Walgreens Stores while wearing jean shorts. St. Louis County Police on Monday Aug. 14, 2017, dubbed the suspect the "jorts-wearing bandit" in a tweet, saying his "disregard for the law is as offensive as his disregard for fashion trends." The police said anyone who recognizes the man accused of robbing stores in the St. Louis area while wearing jean shorts is being urged to call "the fashion police." (Photo Courtesy St. Louis County Police Department via AP)
Call the fashion cops: 'Jorts-wearing bandit' hits St. LouisOfficers: Along with real law enforcement, anyone who spots a man suspected of robbing Missouri stores in jean shorts urged to call "the fashion police"
The Associated Press2 days ago
Escape artist llama makes bid for freedom on golf courseGolfers in New Hampshire say they were joined by a llama on the green, after he escaped from his pen to the sixth fairway at Eagle Mountain Golf Course in Jackson
The Associated Press2 days ago
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