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Carnegie Mellon University mistakenly informed about 800 applicants that they were accepted into the school's prestigious computer science program.
Legislators are considering a bill what would allow people to bring their four-legged buddies into bars.
The state has surrendered to Old Man Winter.
One of America's most recognizable landmarks is officially 10 inches shorter.
How bad is it? Check the local Waffle House.
A scorpion stung a passenger on an Alaska Airlines flight to Portland, grounding the plane.
A Seattle man tried to evade police by crawling inside a ventilation system and had to be rescued before being arrested.
The world's biggest social network will now let users pick someone who can manage their account after they pass away.
Half of all attacks in America took place off Florida's eastern coast.
A man and a woman were reportedly so drunk that they fell asleep in a Dumpster.
Students in Pennsylvania were given puzzles based on the erotic novel with terms including "spanking," and "leather cuffs."
A Northern California city is using humor to get drivers to slow down and pedestrians to pay attention.
A treasure trove from the first moon landing described as "just a bunch of trash" has been found after four decades.
A Snapchat post led police to a teen murder suspect.
Firefighters in California had an interesting day on the job.
Jeremy Meeks, the man whose mugshot became a sensation for his male-model good looks, will spend two years in prison.
The family of a die-hard fan says their late relative would have enjoyed one last joke made at the expense of his team.
Oregon officials are warning park visitors to watch out for an owl who has an affinity for hats.
An Atlanta barber is giving new meaning to the haircut from Hell.
Most city dwellers don't think of pigeons as things of beauty but at this show they get some love.