The long arm of the law has finally caught up with an alleged upstate New York bank robber at an ultimate frisbee tournament on the other side of the country.
Smartphone users glued to their screens can now shuffle along in unison after a Chinese city gave them their own designated walking lane.
A recently noticed rule under which taxi inspectors in a California city can penalise cabbies who are judged to smell bad is causing a stink.
A satanic black mass to be held in Oklahoma later this month - featuring a reverse exorcism - has sold out.
A bat spooked television presenters when it made an unexpected appearance on their morning news show.
A fearsome 20-tonne cross between a T-rex, a crocodile and a whale has been identified, with scientists describing it as like "an alien from outer space".
A thief had a rude awakening after he was caught napping as he burgled a home.
An astronaut is spending a week living at the bottom of the ocean to simulate and prepare for future space missions.
This is one ram who clearly takes a breach of his peace and quiet very baaadly.
In a world first, a team of researchers has achieved brain-to-brain transmission of information between humans.
A bear which had wandered around Pennsylvania with a bucket on its head has been freed.
From car tax discs to Teletext, road maps and VHS cassettes, we take a wistful look back at everyday items that have become obsolete.
A Burmese beauty queen is refusing to return her $100,000 (£60,398) tiara after pageant organisers accused her of lying about whether she had breast implants.
A giant "fatberg" the length of a Boeing 747 jet has been removed from a sewer in west London.
A campaign to build the first watch which projects the time onto your hand has raised more $1m (£600,000)
A disgraced beauty queen who was stripped of her title for allegedly being rude and dishonest has run off with the highly valued crown.
You've heard of speed dating but naked dating? Would you go on a first date completely starkers if you could find your true match?
An artist has caused a gold rush on a beach after apparently burying thousands of pounds worth of the precious metal there as part of an arts festival.
Researchers are tripping up old people in the name of science.
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