A Florida woman's letter to the White House prompted a Mother's Day greeting from President Barack Obama.
A Phoenix couple has claimed responsibility for putting two fake skeletons sitting in lawn chairs in the Colorado River in far west Arizona, authorities said Friday.
On June 11, the Hispanic owners of a barbecue restaurant in Colorado plan to offer a 10 percent discount to all white customers and no one else. Originally a joke, the owners have decided to go through with the idea, though they know it might anger some.
An Indiana teenager who took his 93-year-old great-grandmother to his junior prom says he had a great time, even though her early bedtime nearly cut the night short.
An Arkansas veterinarian has kept a dog from going out with a bang after the animal ate 23 live rifle rounds.
A western Michigan couple with 12 sons are waiting to find out whether baby No. 13 keeps the streak going.
Based on McDonald's latest ad, it looks like the Hamburglar settled down in the suburbs and spent the last decade going to youth soccer games and perfecting his stubble.
A Japanese zoo has apologized after being criticized for naming a baby monkey Charlotte, the name of the newborn British princess.
A man arrested for robbing a bank posted a photo and videos of the theft on social media — but said he shouldn't have been charged because he didn't threaten anyone and politely asked for the money.
A man snorkeling in the Colorado River near the Arizona and California border was terrified - and later embarrassed - when he came across two fake skeletons sitting in lawn chairs about 40 feet underwater.
Women are sure to expect labor pains when they are expecting, but games in the delivery room?
High above New Orleans, a small plane rolled in tight barrels, trailing smoke to create inspirational messages: smiley faces, peace signs, hearts and words like "jazz," ''amen" and - in a true testament of flying ability - "transform."
On the same day McDonald's said it would begin testing delivery in New York, an order placed for two cheeseburgers, two large fries and a vanilla shake took a about a half hour to arrive at The Associated Press headquarters.