A man in Derwood, Maryland, was arrested and charged for beating his wife and burning her genitals with a curling iron after learning about a 50-year-old affair.
A teen in South Carolina who had been reported missing by her parents was charged with filing a false police report after being found less than a week after she disappeared.
A mentally ill man who was jailed for four months after stealing five dollars worth of snacks from a 7-Eleven store in Portsmouth, Virginia, was found dead in his cell from starvation.
The police department in Aurora, Illinois, is going to start compiling a "habitual drunkard" list to cut down on public drunkenness.
A new study by researchers in Denmark has found that people who get a high number of antibiotic prescriptions filled each year may be at a higher risk for developing type 2 diabetes.
The Family Foundation of Kentucky held a rally last Saturday on behalf of three county clerks who are refusing to grant marriage licenses to gay people because of their deeply-held Christian religious beliefs (video below).
An 83-year-old man from Hartlepool, UK, died after accidentally using stain remover instead of coffee to make drinks for himself and his 79-year-old wife.
The University of California Irvine is giving students the option to self-identify their gender identity on the school's admission form.
Jesse Rau, a Canadian bus driver in Calgary, Alberta, is threatening to quit his job if he is required to drive a bus that has a pro-gay rainbow flag painted on it.
An Indian council has sentenced two sisters to be raped in retaliation for their brother's crime of eloping with a married woman. Amnesty International announced that Meenakshi Kumari, 23, and her 15-year-old sister were sentenced by an illegal all-male village council on July 30.
A Wyoming rancher is taking the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to court in a bid to challenge a fine of more than $16 million.
A man has been charged in connection to the shooting death of Jamyla Bolden, the 9-year-old girl from Ferguson, Missouri, who was killed while doing her homework last Tuesday. De'Eris Brown, 21, was charged with second-degree murder, three counts of armed criminal action, and two counts of unlawful use of a weapon on Thursday. Brown was identified by a witness as the person who shot through the Bolden's bedroom window, and allegedly confessed to the act, KMOV reports. Police have not announced Brown's motivation for the shooting, but said Jamyla was not the target. Jamyla was on her mother's bed doing school work when she was fatally shot by bullets coming through the bedroom window around 9:30 p.m.
The man who shot and killed news reporter Alison Parker and camerama Adam Ward on live TV did so because he considered some of the expressions she used racist, reports NY Post.
An unidentified young man was recently filmed experiencing virtual reality (VR) sex while clothed with a blow-up doll at the Oculus Festival in Japan (video below).
Residents in the town of Xinkou, China were shocked when they discovered a two-headed piglet abandoned on the steps of a Buddhist temple.
Police in Portland, Oregon, are asking for the public's help in finding a man who has allegedly been defecating near a business in Southeast Portland (videos below).
Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz, two of the most outspoken opponents of the White House’s Iran deal, will hold a joint rally in Washington in early September.
Televangelist Rod Parsley recently recalled a story about a pregnant woman who gave him a donation at a prayer meeting in Richmond, Virginia, which resulted in her baby being born without cancerous tumors (video below).
A man’s reaction to a veteran being insulted in a Spokane Valley, Washington, Home Depot went viral. David Carleton posted about the incident on Facebook, which occurred on August 17 at a local Home Depot location. “So I am at Home Depot today and the older gentleman in front of me shows his ID for a veterans discount.
A legendary Nazi train filled with gold, gems and guns abandoned near the city of Walbrzych, in southwestern Poland may not be such a myth after all.