Man seeks woman … from 40 years ago

This is one really big "missed connection!"


Unlucky driver gets 1,645 traffic tickets

A Kuwaiti driver who apparently thought having license plates from another Gulf country would help avoid more than 1,600 traffic citations has been hit with a huge fine.


Wisconsin didn’t count lawn ornaments in deer tally

Wildlife officials are refuting a hoax suggesting they had mistakenly added deer lawn ornaments to the last two annual statewide deer tallies.


Do ‘it’ for Mom

If you won't do it for Denmark, maybe you'll do it for dear old mom.


Crash our wedding … please

Hey, the more the merrier!


That time a cougar climbed a power pole

To put it simply, it just wasn't a good day for this mountain lion in the California desert.


This resort has gone to pot

The Santee Sioux is opening the nation’s first marijuana resort on its reservation in South Dakota.


California surfing competition is for the dogs

Intrepid canines showed their surfing skills at the 7th annual "Surf City Surf Dog" competition as their owners and fans cheered them on.


Mark Wahlberg asks Pope’s forgiveness … for ‘Ted’

The actor begged forgiveness for many of the movies he's made.


This Halloween, carve up a Donald ‘Trumpkin’

Pumpkins are becoming political.


Man feared napping

State police say a man feared dead along an eastern Pennsylvania highway was just napping.


New Yorkers taking to the skies in effort to avoid ‘Popelock’

Daunted by the prospect of apocalyptic traffic snarls accompanying Pope Francis' visit, some busy New Yorkers were preparing to pay $95 for a five-minute helicopter ride from Manhattan's East Side to its West Side on Friday.


Droves of deer driving Oregon town nuts

A town in southern Oregon will hold a public meeting to discuss how to deal with droves of fearless deer that wander the streets, acting aggressively toward residents.


This adorable otter needs an inhaler

"Mishka" the sea otter knows what it's like to have trouble breathing.

FILE- In this 1970 file photo, Jimi Hendrix performs on the Isle of Wight in England. "People, Hell & Angels," out Tuesday, will be the last album of Hendrix's unreleased studio material, according to Eddie Kramer, the engineer who recorded most of Hendrix's music during his brief but spectacular career. That ends a four-decade run of posthumous releases by an artist whose legacy remains as vital and vibrant now as it was at the time of his death.

Strange but true: Hendrix’s hair up for auction

The hair, which is still in "vintage very good condition," is expected to fetch at least $60,000.


Pizza shop robber was ‘having a bad day’

Police say a shotgun-wielding robber told a southwestern Pennsylvania pizza shop clerk he was having a "bad day."


Watching paint dry leads to world record

Mike Carmichael simply wanted to do something weird when he and his 3-year-old son slapped a coat of blue paint on a baseball in 1977.


PHOTOS: Celebrities who look like pirates

In honor of International Talk Like a Pirate Day, we're putting you to the test: Famous person or swashbuckling pirate? You decide.


WATCH: The LEGO Vatican

It took the Rev. Bob Simon some 10 months to create the architectural feat.

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Headed to rehab, Yankees’ Sabathia to miss playoffs


Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia is checking into an alcohol rehabilitation center and will miss the postseason.

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‘Spectre’ destroyed nearly $34M worth of cars


The price tag for the latest installment in the "James Bond" franchise includes millions in automobiles, including seven specially-created Aston Martins that were wrecked during filming.

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Pacific trade negotiators reach landmark deal, fight over approval looms


The U.S. and 11 other Pacific Rim countries have reached a deal on the most sweeping trade liberalization pact in a generation.

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Dolphins fire coach Joe Philbin


Joe Philbin has been fired four games into his fourth season as coach of the Miami Dolphins, and one day after a flop on an international stage sealed his fate.