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."
Video of a massive feline clawing at a fence had residents of the tony D.C. neighborhood worried a mountain lion was roaming the area.
Illinois state representative Jaime Andrade was speaking to the press about the bird problem at Chicago's Irving Park Blue Line station when a pigeon proved his point by going to the bathroom on his head.
Scientists at the EU's Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service who track the size of the ozone hole in the Antarctic reported that it is expected to be atypically small this year.
"I could say 'I'm sorry' but it wouldn't mean anything because tomorrow I'm just going to get out and get my drugs."
A pair of morticians in Ohio have opened Save My Ink Forever, a business that removes tattoos from dead bodies and turns them into memorial artwork.
Security officers at Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi stopped 32-year-old Jayesh Patel, who dyed his beard and hair gray to look decades older.
For five years, Champale Anderson has been stuffing brown lunch bags with peanut-butter sandwiches, fruit, cookies, vegetables, juice and other items.
Staff and clergy at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church report a painting of the Blessed Virgin was weeping tears.
Police investigating the kidnapping of Darrel Moll determined he had tied himself up and sent "demands" to his wife.
A woman who went to an acupuncturist to seek relief from a wrist injury ended up with two punctured lungs, according to a new report from New Zealand's Health and Disability Commissioner.
After Marcelo Crivela ordered copies of "Avengers: Children's Crusade" banned because of a gay kiss, Brazil's largest newspaper, Folha de S.Paulo, put the smooch on its front page.
A recent advisory from the Centers for Disease Control warns of the hazards of oral contact with barnyard birds, including the risk of catching salmonella.
Jack Luibel, 18, was found shot and killed outside of a church in Frayser, Tennessee on Labor Day. Now his father is claiming that he was lured to a deadly meeting through the Snapchat photo app.
Stephanie Harvell and Mitchell Arnswald won a half-million dollars in 2016. Now they've been charged with breaking into numerous homes and stealing valuables from the elderly.
"He lived the Christian convictions of his upbringing in his faith," said an attorney for John Good. "Now the government charges that [his] religious convictions, when put into active expression in life, are felonies."
Difficulty in nailing down the predominant strains this year led Sanofi Pasteur to delay production of its flu vaccine by a month.
Nearly three decades after Denise Kulb's death, police say they've tied her murder to her boyfriend, Theodore Donahue, using enhanced photo technology to match a sock found at Donahue's home to one found on Kulb's body.
A Pennsylvania teenager has been placed in a medically induced coma and might have to undergo a lung transplant. Doctors and his family believe e-cigarettes are to blame.
Melinda Frye Toney, 44, was charged with reckless endangerment after police allege that she pulled out a gun in the parking lot of the New Life Apostolic Church in Oak Hill, West Virginia and accidentally discharged it.
Police investigating a series of rapes found evidence linking the crimes to Kenneth Bowen III, who worked for the Clayton County Police Department for three months in 2018.
Ten-year-old Josie Larson of Monticello, Minnesota, used her lemonade stand to raise more than $1,600 for her local police department to buy body armor for working dogs.
After he was unable to get his hands on Popeyes' new fried chicken sandwich, Craig Barr filed suit against the company for compensation for his wasted time and emotional damages.
A Pennsylvania man was found guilty of disorderly conduct after making a "gunlike gesture" towards his neighbor.
Illinois' Biometric Information Privacy Act requires anyone collecting uniquely identifiable biometric data—like fingerprints or retinal scans—to receive informed consent beforehand.
Woman claimed she grabbed her weapon because she had seen "dangerous animals" coming out of the woods, but also admitted her son told her he was being bullied by classmates.
After the Department of Motor Vehicles tried to make Wendy Auger turn in her vanity plates, New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu reached out to let her keep it.
Leaders of two congregations that met inside Pittsburgh's Tree of Life synagogue oppose prosecutor's request for the death penalty against Robert Bowers, charged with killing 11 people inside the temple on October 27, 2018.