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Parking meter 'Robin Hoods' sued by New Hampshire city
James Cleaveland wanted to do all he could to keep police from issuing parking tickets.
VIDEO: Singing passenger forces emergency landing
A plane made an emergency landing after a passenger refused to stop singing. Watch the video!
Man dribbling soccer ball to Brazil hit by car, dies
A man less than two weeks into a journey to dribble a soccer ball from Seattle to Brazil has died.
Man bulldozes neighborhood over fence dispute
A Washington man, frustrated over a neighbor's fence, bulldozed his neighborhood.
New fitness centers cater to '50 and over' crowd
Baby boomers are designing senior-friendly gyms and becoming their own personal trainers.
Judge rules that cheerleaders may display 'Bible banners'
A Texas judge ruled that the "Bible banners" waved by cheerleaders are constitutionally protected.
Anti-sexual assault unit boss arrested for sexual assault
The officer in charge of a program to curb sexual assault in the Air Force was arrested for sexual assault.
They're back: 17-year cicadas to swarm
Colossal numbers of cicadas, unhurriedly growing underground since 1996, are about to emerge.
Native American tribe plans to dub 'Star Wars' in Navajo
The largest Native American tribe seeking to dub the classic 1977 movie "Star Wars" movie in Navajo.
Woman accused of planting poisoned juice at Starbucks
A woman has been arrested for poisoning bottles at a Starbucks.
Man loses life savings on carnival game
A man lost his entire life savings on a carnival game and only has a stuffed banana to show for it.
Mormon bishop brandishes Samurai sword to defend neighbor
A Mormon bishop armed with a Samurai sword came to the defense of his neighbor.
Campaigners call for ban on 'killer robots'
Machines with the ability to attack targets must be banned before they are developed.
Thief with conscience returns cremated remains
A thief with a soft-hearted streak has anonymously mailed back ashes to their owner.
Florida battles slimy invasion by giant snails
South Florida is fighting a growing infestation of one of the world's most destructive invasive species.