FBI Finds Buckets of Heads and Other Body Parts in Raid: New Testimony
According to newly released testimony, the FBI discovered a "human chop shop" while raiding a Phoenix lab in 2014.
Lost Canadian Toddler's Giggles Lead Rescuers To His Location
The two-and-a-half year old had been missing for 12 hours, and a total of 400 mounties was deployed to find him.
Amid Rumors of Explicit Grindr Messages, Tennessee State Lawmaker Resigns
State Rep. Bill Sanderson cited the health of his son-in-law and his growing winery business as his reasons for resigning, but some claim messages he sent to gay men were the real reason Sanderson stepped down.
Amazon Delivery Van Gets Towed From Apartment Complex in 1 Minute
After briefly parking to deliver a package, an Amazon Prime delivery driver's vehicle got towed in less than a minute by a Virginia towing company sitting in the parking lot.
Surprise ICE Piñata Sparks Controversy At East Chicago Block Party
After a local community activist group brought a piñata in the shape of an ICE agent to a neighborhood block party, some community members are expressing concern about the message it sends.
German Daycare Gets Police Protection After Deciding to Stop Serving Pork
A daycare center in Leipzig required police protection after it informed parents that it would stop serving pork out of respect to Muslim students and its decision went viral.
Elementary School Principal Says She's Being Fired Because She's White
An elementary school principal in Ann Arbor, Michigan is suing her district to get reinstated in the school she argues she was forced out of because she's white.
Mississippi man shot by dog and nearly dies
An ex-college football player in Mississippi was out hunting with his labrador Tito when the dog stepped on a gun, pulled the trigger shot the man, who nearly died from his injury.
Did Ancient Vikings Smoke Pot in North America?
New findings at L'Anse aux Meadows in Newfoundland suggest Vikings inhabited the area for centuries longer than scientists previously believed.
Cop Admits to Buying Pay-Per-View Porn on Grieving Family's TV
London Constable Avi Maharaj pleaded guilty to ordering porn while waiting for the undertaker to come collect the body of the homeowner's child.
Exposure to Nature Could Help Fight Junk Food Cravings
Even just seeing trees out your window might be enough to help you stop smoking, drinking or eating unhealthy food, a new study suggests.
Convicted Murderer Deemed Too Old to Pose Threat Kills Again
In 2014, Judge Robert E. Crowley sentenced Albert Flick to less than four years behind bars, insisting Flick "is going to age out of his capacity to engage in this conduct."
Driver Tries to Skirt HOV Lane Rules with Female Mannequin
A sharp-eyed patrolman noticed there was something off about "Angel," one of many fake passengers California drivers have tried to pass off as human.
Psychiatric Patient Suffocated to Death Under Staff Dogpile, Coroner Finds
Staffers at Bryan Psychiatric Hospital sat on William Avant's arms and chest for at least four minutes. When they turned him over, he was blue in the face and had no pulse.
Lawsuit: Pastor Sexually Assaulted Men, Claimed He was Sucking Out Demons
"I need to make sure that this never happens to anyone else ever again," said one man accusing Rev. Dr. William Weaver of sexual assault.
In 44 States, Clergy Don't Have to Tell Police About Child Sex Abuse
A bill before the Utah State Senate aims to remove ecclesiastical privilege protecting clergy from having to report confessions of sex abuse.
Hasidic Man Sues McDonalds, Says He was Told to Shave His Beard to Get Job
A manager allegedly told the applicant "he had the job, but would need to shave his beard to be in compliance with McDonald's grooming and appearance policy," according to the EEOC.
Florida Principal Gives Hundreds of Students Fake AP Test
"She came down in tears, saying 'The rumor is true. I took a fake test," said the mother of one student at Mainland High School in Daytona Beach.
Why Has Iceland Stopped Whaling?
The International Whaling Commission announced an international moratorium on commercial whale hunting in 1986, but the industry continues in several parts of the world.
Man Arrested After Throwing $250,000 Worth of Meth off Balcony
Kelvin James Dark allegedly tossed 11 pounds of the drug, which was safely recovered on the street below.
Former 'Fox & Friends' Host Accused of Ponzi Scheme Flees U.S.
Former Fox News personality Clayton Morris has moved to a coastal Portuguese town, leaving behind dozens of lawsuits alleging real estate fraud.
India Lifted 271 Million Out of Extreme Poverty in 10 Years: UN Report
A new UN report examined "multidimensional poverty," which includes factors like poor health, lack of education, inadequate living conditions and the ongoing threat of violence.
Uber Driver Becomes Unwitting Getaway Driver for Robberies
A New Mexico man is just the latest Uber driver to discover they were unwittingly aiding and abetting criminals fleeing authorities.
Ridiculously Lucky Man Wins $100,000 Lottery—for the Second Time in a Year
"The winning numbers looked familiar, but I was too lazy to get out of bed to check my ticket," says Bruce Rosa, who has won the Connecticut Cash5 lottery twice.
Teen Driver Couldn't See Through Cloud of Pot Smoke, Rammed Police Car
Benjamin Saurini, 19, says cannabis smoke fogging his windows caused him to side-swiped a police cruiser and pin a constable against the vehicle.
21 American Flags Set on Fire in South Carolina Cemetery on July 4th
The flags, which measured four feet by six feet and sat atop an eight-foot pole, had been planted near the veterans mausoleum at Forest Lawn cemetery in Anderson, South Carolina