Video of the first lady dancing with a turnip has gone viral after the White House put it on her Twitter feed late Tuesday.
A 6-foot-4-inch cow owned by an Illinois woman was recently dubbed the world's tallest.
McDonald's wants to explain why its burgers may not rot and that there are no worms in its beef.
A pumpkin weighing 2,058 pounds has taken first prize and set a tournament record at an annual pumpkin-weighing contest in Northern California.
Authorities say a patient wanting out of an Arizona hospital used an ambulance as his getaway vehicle.
The menu includes crickets and wax worms on toothpick skewers for dipping in a fountain of melted chocolate, along with "tarsal toffee" made with bug legs and mealworms and fudge infused with crickets and marshmallows.
A provocative art exhibit featuring Barbie fashion dolls as religious figures such as the Virgin Mary and her boyfriend Ken as a crucified Jesus Christ has been cancelled amid complaints and threats by angry believers, the artists behind the collection said Friday.
San Jose resident David Tang reviewed his overnight surveillance video after he noticed the motion detector alarm went off Tuesday morning. Photo courtesy of CNN Newsource
Thousands of venomous brown recluse spiders forced a suburban St. Louis family from their nearly half-million-dollar home.
Authorities say a Pennsylvania woman made jury duty even worse than usual for nine people by stealing their money while they were hearing a different case.
A New Mexico man is suing Burger King after he says a manager attacked him for complaining about cold onion rings.
Real-life room escape attractions began opening nearly a decade ago in Asia and Eastern Europe, but they've been popping up in North America over the past few years.
Once regarded as anti-social slackers or nerds in a basement, gamers have become megastars in what are now called esports.
A California woman wasn't able to honor her late husband at the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta after a thief made off with the balloon her daughter planned to pilot.
Animal control officer Wanda Snell knows what she saw: A veterinarian inserted a needle into the black-and-brown mutt and injected a deadly chemical meant to euthanize the dog no one had adopted. The animal moved a bit and was already still and quiet when she left the shelter for home.