'She Was One In A Million': Hero Dog Who Helped In Over 500 Searches For Lost Pets Has DiedA search dog who worked tirelessly to help others find their missing pets passed away peacefully by the side of her K9 handler, it was announced Sunday.
Woman’s Car Fills With Snow After Leaving Window Open In BlizzardA woman digging out of record-breaking snowfall in Newfoundland, Canada, woke up to a surprise Saturday morning when she went out to her car.
Accidental Discovery Raises Prospect Of 'One-Size-Fits-All' Cancer TreatmentResearchers have discovered a new cell in our immune system that they say could one day be used to create a "one size fits all" treatment for cancer.
Student Loan Debt Is $1.6 Trillion And People Are Struggling To Pay It DownThe student loan burden in the US is about $1.6 trillion and rising, mostly because people have barely made a dent in paying down their loans.
WATCH: Students Run For Their Lives As Microburst Slams Into Elementary School GymThree students in North Carolina were hospitalized Monday after part of the roof of the school's gym was blown off by strong winds, all captured on surveillance video.
WATCH: Firefighters Use K9 Oxygen Mask To Save Dog From House FireFirefighters used a special K9 oxygen mask to save a dog rescued from a house fire in Louisiana on Tuesday and it was all captured on video.
Children At Higher Risk After Mismatch In This Year's Flu VaccineThis year's flu vaccine may not be very effective against a common strain of the flu that's especially tough on children, according to a new report.
Study: FDA Drug-Approval Laws Becoming Less StringentU.S. law requires testing of new drugs before they hit the market to make sure that the benefits outweigh the risks. But according to a new study in JAMA, changes in those laws mean drugs are getting less rigorous review before they get approved.
Lights From Marijuana Farm Create 'Purple Haze' In The SkyLights from a medical marijuana farm filled the sky over Snowflake, Arizona, with a bright purple glow on a recent foggy morning.
Preschoolers Raise $10,000 For Classmate Battling Rare Brain CancerPreschoolers in Northern California raised more than $10,000 from a hot cocoa stand for one of their classmates who is battling a rare brain cancer.
Man Requests 'Trial By Combat' To Settle Legal Dispute With Ex-WifeA Kansas man embroiled in a contentious legal battle with his ex-wife has asked an Iowa court to let him engage in a sword fight with his ex-wife and her attorney in a "trial by combat."
'It's Just Amazing To Me': Spaghetti Dinner Raises $18,000 For 95-Year-Old Scam VictimA 95-year-old woman who lost her life savings to a con artist got it all back, and then some, when hundreds of people attended a fundraiser hosted by her state's former governor.
Majority Of Women Feel Relief, Not Regret, After Abortion, Study SaysOne of the largest studies about women's emotions after an abortion finds most feel relieved and don't regret their choice, even if they struggled beforehand or worried about stigma.
Lose Fat In Your Tongue To Improve Sleep Apnea, Study SaysIf you are one of the one billion people globally who suffer from obstructive sleep apnea, having a fat tongue could be a key reason why.
Housing Market Is Still One Of The Brightest Spots Of US Economy
Increasing The Minimum Wage By $1 Could Reduce Us Suicide Rates, Study FindsAn increase in the minimum wage could help prevent thousands of suicides every year among workers with a high school degree or less, especially during times when unemployment rates are higher, a 25-year observational study finds.
One State Wants To Ban Cellphone Use For Anyone Under 21A bill introduced in the Vermont Senate would make it illegal for anyone under the age of 21 to use or possess a cellphone in the state.
WATCH: Burglar Cooks Food And Takes Nap Christmas Morning In Taco BellA man who broke into a fast food restaurant early Christmas morning made himself at right home, preparing food and taking a nap.
Police: Men Tried Cashing $100,000 Lottery Ticket After Gluing On Winning NumbersTwo men in Mississippi are accused of using super glue to attach winning numbers to a losing lottery ticket, authorities said.
One State Contemplating Bill That Would Require Student Athletes To Compete In Sports Based On Gender At BirthCritics of a bill that would require student athletes in Tennessee to play on the sports team of their gender birth say it is an attack on transgender students.
Manteca Fire Department Welcomes 10 New Babies In The Last YearThe Manteca Fire Department family has experienced an unprecedented amount of growth in the past year.
Couple Says They Were Targeted By Vandals For Supporting President TrumpA couple in Montana say vandals are targeting their house because of their support for President Donald Trump.
Experts Say The Keto Diet Isn't Sustainable, So Why Is It So Popular?America is in the midst of a keto craze.
Junked Mercedes-Benz Convertible Roadster With Rusty Body, Moldy Interior Sells For $800KIt’s a classic Mercedes-Benz convertible roadster that had seen better days – much of its light blue body was rusted over, its interior torn and its seats ripped and moldy. But it still sold recently for a tidy $800,000.
Woman Says Ulta Beauty Worker Told Her She Was 'Too Dark' For Makeup In StoreA woman says an employee at an Ulta Beauty store in New Jersey told her that her skin was "too dark for most colors in the store" after she arrived for a makeover.
Police: Burger King Worker Pulls Gun On Customer Over Wrong OrderA fast-food worker in Tennessee is accused of pulling a gun on a customer over a wrong order, police said.
'Oh My God! That's A Friggin' Snake': Family Finds Terrifying Surprise While Baking PizzaA North Carolina family was shocked when they popped a frozen pizza into the oven only to discover that a snake was burning inside.
Police Warn Against Celebratory Gunfire On New Year's EvePolice across the country are reminding people that it is illegal and extremely dangerous to fire celebratory gunshots into the air to bring in the new year.
Top 10 Health Questions America Asked Dr. Google In 2019Google users in the United States had a lot of questions about blood pressure, the keto diet and hiccups in 2019.
Are Cell Phone Calls On Airplane Flights Inevitable?Ah, holiday travel. Between huge crowds and weather delays, flying during this time of year is hectic. Now close your eyes and imagine the entire scenario with one additional annoyance: Loud talkers yammering into their cell phones at 35,000 feet.