Grocery chain Kroger is donating an empty store in South Memphis to one of its competitors to ensure that residents have groceries in their neighborhood.
A house belonging to Michigan state representative Sherry Gay-Dagnogo was torn down and nobody seems to know who was responsible.
A British actress was cast in the lead role of a musical production of The Color Purple until anti-gay Facebook posts she made surfaced. Now she's suing the theatre and her agency for religious discrimination.
Rising sea levels could compromise as many as 60 million septic systems in the United States alone, making toilets unable to flush waste.
Cameron Strang, founder and CEO of 'Relevant' magazine, is accused of saying his readers "[don't] want to see scary black men on the cover."
Stephanie Lay of Windham, Maine, is looking for relief after a deluge of letters from United Healthcare filled up her mailbox for nearly a week.
Katherine Kallinis Berman, co-owner of Georgetown Cupcake, swore the oath of citizenship this week, and celebrated with her signature desert.
Police found the corpse of Raul James Salazar, 47, while searching for another unrelated missing person.
"We brought in waste styrofoam and other coastal trash gathered from nearby areas so the 600 participants could carry out clean-up activities," said Lee Dong-jin, mayor of Jindo County, South Korea.
Freddy McConnell, who gave birth last year, says the court's ruling that he be listed as his baby's mother "upholds the view that only the most traditional forms of family are properly recognized."
Pastor Robert Jeffress, serves on President Trump's Evangelical Advisory Board, told young climate activist Greta Thunberg the rainbow was "God's promise that the polar ice caps aren't going to melt and flood the world again."
Plans have been unveiled for the Abrahamic Family House, a sprawling interfaith complex in the United Arab Emirates' capital city. "There has never been a building that has the three faiths in one form," said architect David Adjaye.
When confronted by the current homeowner, 25-year-old Dylan Hoyt said he felt at home in the house.
A class-action suit against Nestlé, the world's largest food company, claims its white chocolate is actually made from hydrogenated oil.
"Pose" star Angelica Ross has announced she's stepping away from social media. The transgender actress recently criticized both Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump, drawing ire from backers of both men.
"It just goes to show that no matter if you're a Hawkeye fan, Cyclone fan or Grand View Viking, we're all Iowans, and Iowans take care of each other," said Carson King.
Health officials say the infection was a result of a "metzitzah b'peh," a ritual among some ultra-Orthodox Jews when direct oral suction is applied to the wound left by the removal of the foreskin.
"We feel deeply for Isaac, Negede, and Paulos, who have suffered harsh conditions for more than half their lives," a church spokesperson told Newsweek.
The men were convicted of being part of "an extremist organization," but church leaders insist they were jailed "for their peaceful Christian worship."
Stuart Cook has been ordered to perform 75 hours of community service after passing wind three times at officers conducting a body-cavity search.
Dozens of members of the Milwaukee Iron motorcycle club bought cold drinks from 8-year-old Bryanne Sturch after Sturch's mother provided medical assistance to members after an accident.
Blue sharks are considered "near threatened" globally, though there is no limit on catching them in the United Kingdom.
The body of LGBT activist Yelena Grigoryeva was found in St. Petersburg on July 20, with evidence she had been choked and stabbed. Now a suspect has confessed but Grigoryeva's friends are dubious.
"it's never been proven," said Brainerd School District chair Sue Kern. "So I'm wondering why we're still teaching it."
"I just had an amazing idea," Tina Fey, a UVA alum, says in a new public-service annoucement. "Stop doing that."
Kristine Barnett says her adopted daughter was, in reality a "diagnosed psychopath and sociopath" who subtracted more than a decade from her age.
The girl and her father pelted the perpetrator with loaves of bread and bottles of soda, forcing him to flee the shop, located in Sussex, England.
A court of appeals criticized Bermudan judge Carlisle Greaves for making inappropriate comments during a murder trial, including telling a witness "all this talk of sex is making me horny."