It may feel so right, but when it cuts like a knife, it's not worth it. A Florida woman who police say took $100 in exchange for sex ran into the client the next day and allegedly slashed him with a knife.
It doesn't speak. It doesn't juggle. It has balloons but doesn't hand them out. It probably doesn't even sleep. It just stands there, haunting our dreams with that sinister smile. An anonymous man has
Holy carp! As Colorado cleans up the fallout from mass flooding that forced evacuations, destroyed roads and cut off towns from help, last week residents took to the streets to document the aftermath.
A tattooed Indiana man celebrated Friday the 13th by dressing up as a woman and flashing his genitals. James Reid Sills was arrested at an intersection near his home Sept. 13. Indianapolis Metropolitan
She's 1,000 years old and a long way from home. In July, two English teens found human remains in the Coln River in Gloucestershire. Police brought in forensic investigators to find out more about the
Your money Three-quarters of people responding to a new survey said they don't expect to inherit money, but financial experts say they might be too pessimistic. In the survey, conducted by Interest.com,
Historic flooding leaves weary residents reeling amid the dark forecast of more rain to come. The number of people unaccounted for in flood-ravaged Colorado rose Sunday to 1,254 as flooding spread to counties
The iPhone 5S announcement this week was punctuated with a lot of specs and buzzwords. Much of it centered around the new Touch ID fingerprint scanner and the 64-bit processor. But the most intriguing
Twelve people were killed Monday in a shooting attack at the Washington Navy Yard that also left a heavily armed gunman dead. Authorities said the shooter has been identified as Aaron Alexis, 34, of Fort