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Homeless Aussie who helped thwart attack charged with theftA homeless Australian man who used a shopping trolley to help police thwart last week's militant attack in Melbourne has been charged over a series of burglaries
The Associated Press20 hours ago
Expert: Rare snake with 2 heads found in Virginia has diedA wildlife expert says a rare, two-headed snake found several months ago in Virginia near the nation's capital has died
The Associated Press22 hours ago
Stranded camel entertains motorists along snowy roadwayThe surprisingly powerful storm that swept across Pennsylvania brought some surprising sights, including a camel stranded along a snowy roadway
The Associated Press1 day ago
Wildlife officials seize mountain lion kitten fed bratwurstWildlife officials who seized a mountain lion kitten from a southern Colorado home say the feline fell ill after the residents fed it bratwurst
The Associated Press1 day ago
FBI Special Agent in Charge John F. Bennett speaks about the unveiling of new 3D printed decoy heads used in a famous 1962 prison escape during a news conference on Alcatraz Island Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018, in San Francisco. The FBI has created replicas of decoy heads used by prisoners to mount their infamous escape from Alcatraz Island in 1962. Authorities on Thursday unveiled 3D printed replicas of the decoys that inmates had constructed with soap, plaster and human hair to distract guards from their plan. Authorities say inmates Frank Morris and John and Clarence Anglin placed the decoys in their beds before climbing through the wall to escape the island prison in San Francisco Bay. The men were never found. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)
FBI re-creates decoy heads Alcatraz inmates used in escapeThe FBI has created replicas of decoy heads used by prisoners to mount their infamous escape from Alcatraz Island in 1962
The Associated Press1 day ago
Police capture 'unruly' and 'uncooperative' runaway pigBabe on the run: Maine State Police capture runaway pig along Interstate 95
The Associated Press2 days ago
Thursday morning, Nov. 15, 2018, the Town of Breckenridge employees beheads "Isak Hearthstone," a wooden troll built by artist Thomas Dambo, by a chainsaw to remove it entirely from the Wellington Trail, in Breckenridge, Colo. The troll was created during the Breckenridge Festival of the Arts in August, but got so popular that it caused complaints from nearby homeowners due to tourists visiting, and demanded it to be removed.  (Hugh Carey/Summit Daily News via AP)
Breckenridge, Colorado, removing divisive giant wooden trollThe town of Breckenridge in central Colorado is removing an art piece of a troll that has become a tourist attraction but also rankled nearby residents
The Associated Press2 days ago
Rolling in toilet paper: Sheriff buys 24K extra rolls of TPOfficials in an Alabama county have a financial mess to wipe up after the sheriff's department mistakenly ordered 24,000 extra rolls of toilet paper
The Associated Press2 days ago
Tiny Rhode Island polling place saw 1 voter after allA polling place that Rhode Island elections officials initially said did not get a single voter during the midterm elections did get one voter after all
The Associated Press2 days ago
Pancake stop snags inmate who fled jail with help from momA pancake pitstop snagged a fugitive from a Georgia jail whose mother drove the getaway car
The Associated Press2 days ago
Football fan charged with DWI blames team's performanceAuthorities say a pro football fan charged with drunken driving after a crash told police he drank too much because his favorite team isn't any good
The Associated Press3 days ago
Police: Woman beat McDonald's manager over ketchupPolice are seeking a woman who pushed, punched and choked a McDonald's manager because she wanted ketchup
The Associated Press3 days ago
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