At Friday's annual Cruft's dog show in the United Kingdom, it was Olly the Jack Russell terrier who stole the show.
If you're looking for the perfect place to celebrate St. Patrick's Day this year, WalletHub has some suggestions.
Some U.S. states are banning plastic bags. Others are banning bans for the sake of business.
Google is in the No. 1 spot of top places to work, according to Fortune's 20th annual list.
Pi Day is actually about the awesome mathematical integer 3.14, but today has slowly morphed over the years into a day of deals, food or otherwise.
Police in Hillsboro, Oregon, chased a man over 10 miles on a stolen street sweeper Sunday morning, Hillsboro Patch reports.
Musician Jimmy Buffett has announced his plans to open a string of retirement homes with a Margaritaville theme by 2018, Forbes reports.
Locals refer to the roadside attraction as "Pierre the Pantsless Voyageur." But now he's missing more than that.
Every November, a turkey is pardoned by the president. Now, Louisiana is putting its spin on the tradition with the first-ever pardoning of the crawfish, WGNO TV reports.
Call her a hungry, hungry tortoise.
A Massachusetts man took a video of a flock of turkeys circling a dead cat Thursday and the internet quickly jumped to conclusions.
An upstate New York pregnant giraffe has gone viral thanks to a number of notable circumstances.
A Minnesota sheriff's deputy was out looking for a cow in the roadway near Mora, or 70 miles north of St. Paul, when he hit the cow with his squad car, Twincities.com reports.
Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent. Many people give up something the Lenten season. Openbible.info is tracking what people on Twitter are giving up, here's a look at the top 10.
A mouse flying from London to San Francisco delayed the flight for four hours in order for the human passengers to board a new plane.
Employers can get creative with questions they ask job seekers to see if the potential hire's skills and personality will fit within the company. According to Glassdoor, here are 10 tough questions candidates have been asked.
Iceland's President Guðni Th. Jóhannesson is under fire on social media after he made the comment that he is "fundamentally opposed" to pineapple on pizza.
A half-eaten shark washed ashore Saturday on New Smyrna Beach, Florida, stunning beachgoers, and perhaps causing them to ask, "What else is out there?"
Coming to a small Colorado town: Weed without ever leaving your wheels.
A Denver, Colorado, man was booked into jail after getting stuck in a chimney practicing parkour, KMGH-TV reports.
This is not the type of birdie you want on the golf course.
A Texas man stood underneath a dangling sign outside of Walmart's pharmacy for two days hoping one of the letters would fall and knock him out, Global News reports.
The marriage proposal was planned. The one-handed, half-court heave that went in not so much.
A 23-year-old University of Akron student has defended his title of the nation's best grocery bagger.