It's a puzzle most people never could figure out.
A wandering turkey is causing a stir at the University of Michigan.
A trapped, hungry, wet and scared cat is now safe after it was found tucked away in a boat that had sank to the bottom of Lake Havasu.
Three sets of fraternal twins were born on the same day at a Bozeman, Montana, hospital - adding up to more than half of the hospital's births that day.
A former 41-pound cat dubbed Skinny has lost more than half of his weight to become the darling of a Dallas veterinary clinic.
A Boulder County sheriff's deputy got into a face-off with an owl with an attitude, and the owl won.
The Dairy Queen in downtown Moorhead has been thumbing its nose at corporate HQ pretty much since it opened in 1949, despite some efforts from the home office to have the store mind its Ds and Qs.
SALT, a unique cultural project located in the Norwegian Arctic Circle, has opened the world’s largest public sauna, on a remote beach on an island in the Norwegian Arctic Circle.
State police say a western Pennsylvania man with a penchant for making unnecessary emergency calls recently complained of chest pains so he could ask medics to help him fix his air conditioner.
A Maine brewer is offering a quicker way to consume two of the state's summertime staples: beer and lobster.
As far as sports go, this one's pretty fishy, but nevertheless in Port Lincoln, South Australia, tuna tossing is a very real contest.
Cows sizzling under Switzerland's summer sun are getting help from an unexpected ally: the Swiss army.
Teams of census-takers have taken to the River Thames for the colorful annual count of Queen Elizabeth II's swans - a blend of science and ceremony that dates to the 12th Century.
Jet-setting stallions and high-flying hounds at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport can look forward to a new luxury terminal that will handle the more than 70,000 animals flying in and out every year.
Police in Colorado say a stuffed toy helped save a 5-year-old girl's life after she fell out of a third-story apartment window.
Danessa Molinder entered the courtyard wearing a white dress and matching veil. Her groom waited at the other end, in front of decorative doors and lattice work that blocked the view of a nearby cemetery with 73,000 graves.
A suburban Kansas City animal control officer says she was skeptical when a man called to report a 4-foot-long carp in a drainage ditch.