Does your little feline friend actually love you, or are they just using you for food? Scientists from Oregon State University isolated 50 cats, depriving them of all stimuli before reintroducing four...
Monday, Mar 27, 2017 at 06:17 AM EDT
'Heaven's Gate' Mass Suicide in San Diego: 20 Years Later
Exactly 20 years ago Sunday, 39 people died in a mass suicide in Rancho Santa Fe, California. "Heaven’s Gate" made headlines around the world.
On March 26, 1997, a 911 call came into the San Diego Command...
Saturday, Mar 25, 2017 at 02:19 AM EDT
Connecticut Man Accused of Forging Mortician Credentials
A Connecticut man is accused of hacking the system of a mortuary science school and forging paperwork that would qualify him as a licensed mortician, according to court documents.
Jonathan Ryan, 22, was charged...
Thursday, Mar 23, 2017 at 10:13 PM EDT
Man Smashes Glass Door After Chicken Order Delayed
Police in New Hampshire are looking for a man who allegedly broke a glass door at a Popeye's Chicken after he was told his order wouldn't be ready for another five to 10 minutes.
Salem police said an older man...
Anna McConnaughy was flying to Alaska's largest city when the announcement came over the intercom: a passenger on a previous flight had brought a pet snake on board.
The passenger had gotten off the plane. The...
Saturday, Mar 18, 2017 at 11:25 AM EDT
What Do Russians Dream About? Putin, Among Other Things
Vladimir Putin is everywhere in his country's public life. Now it turns out the president is even gracing ordinary Russians' dreams, NBC News reported.
A web search engine said the strongman was the only...
Thursday, Mar 16, 2017 at 09:18 PM EDT
Man Films 'Never-Ending' Gator Parade in South Florida
A Florida wildlife photographer captured a seemingly infinite procession of alligators in South Florida’s Big Cypress National Preserve.
Photographer Bobby Wummer filmed the half-hour parade of gators just...
Wednesday, Mar 15, 2017 at 04:16 PM EDT
Humpback Whales Mysteriously Organize in Super Groups: Study
Some humpback whales are starting to gather in larger-than-usual groups, but scientists aren't sure why, according to a new study published earlier this month.
Typically, these whales are considered solitary...