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An injured kangaroo managed to make its way into Melbourne Airport on Wednesday. The New York Times reports.
A group of researchers have amassed evidence that the legendary Bigfoot is real, ABC News reported, with reams of data showing Sasquatch is more than just an urban myth.
The average speed at seven drive-thru restaurant chains rose to just more than three minutes, according to a study released Monday.
Apple's new iOS 7 software is apparently making some people seasick on solid ground. Experts say the sharpness of the screen and the motion of the icons may be partly to blame.
DogVacay connects dog owners to 10,000 prescreened and trained sitters. The company takes a 15 percent fee, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Former President George W. Bush says golf is a good outlet for White House pressures and President Obama should not be criticized for playing golf.
What does a rapidly aging population mean for governments and the economy? CNBC finds out in this special report about Asia's "silver tsunami."
Already grappling with skyrocketing tuition and fees, college students also must contend with triple-digit inflation on the price of textbooks, NBC News reports.
New research has found that kids with better verbal and cognitive abilities are more likely to start drinking earlier than their less-bright peers.
Muriel Siebert, the first woman to hold a seat on the New York Stock Exchange, left $100,000 to her dog, the New York Post reported on Friday.
The world's smallest dog, a fire-breathing dragon and a skateboarding goat are just some of the newest entries into the Guinness Book of World Records for 2014.
Lola, a six-clawed lobster, has a genetic mutation but will be served up in an exhibit case at the Maine State Aquarium rather than on a dinner table.
A Florida family who spends their time together hunting for treasure hauled up an estimated $300,000 worth of gold from an historic wreckage in the Atlantic Ocean.
A Singaporean man who describes himself as a "toy nerd," shows off his collection of more than 6,000 Barbie dolls.
Nearly all Americans do work-related tasks in their personal time, and more than one-third work more than 10 hours off-the clock every week, a new survey reveals.
Desperate for rest in a frenzied world, at least 8.6 million Americans take prescription sleeping pills to catch some Zzzs, NBC News reports.
Unlike parents who film kids in hopes of YouTube glory, here are a few that gained notoriety by being themselves.
New York's most famous strip club will open a satellite establishment inside the Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort next month - the first strip club inside an Atlantic City casino.
Hong Kong's newest dating site is one that promotes and facilitates adultery. It may sound like an outrageous, community inflaming concept, but it's been going strong for over a decade and offers service in 30 countries.
Never mind this Mars and Venus stuff: If you want to see how men and women think differently, ask them who shells out for dates.
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