"I've stayed in hundreds of Airbnb's and hotels and never had anything like this happen before," said the man who runs a travel website.
"Wheel of Fortune" unfortunately drew attention for the wrong reasons due to some poor puzzle guesses.
A routine zip line excursion recently turned into an even greater experience.
DNA matching recently led law enforcement to provide closure to the relatives of a woman killed decades ago.
Artur Gabovich was in the hotel business, but plans changed. Now, the hotel has become a full-time food service operation for locals affected by war.
When blood stains were discovered in a car following the killing, the suspect allegedly said she "didn't do a good job" of cleaning the evidence.
One or two pumps of syrup at Starbucks isn't uncommon, but how much is too much?
It's not an illusion: Fast food prices have become exponentially higher in the past year and change and customers are noticing.
"As a professional [anthropologist] this is the kind of stuff we like to find because we're so interested in history," Josef Garrett told Newsweek.
If you printed out directions or waited for your internet to connect through a phone line, you were not alone.
Video allegedly showed a Florida teacher get physical with an autistic student, but she claimed she was being affectionate.
Marvel is a huge audience draw, but one parental group says the Disney+ platform should be wary of its content.
The suspect and trooper both sustained injuries in what was a gruesome collision that state officials say saved many lives.
The dog, King, continues to undergo treatment and evaluation.
Although the gaming company's motives remain unclear, some users were wondering if U.S. sanctions against Russia were behind the suspension.
Over 150 migrants were taken into custody for interviews and were processed for removal according to officials.
The "Atlanta" sank on May 4, 1891, and was described by experts as a wonderfully preserved shipwreck in Lake Superior.
The cofounders of a startup are suing the restaurant giant for freezing their business model, which aimed to keep machines up and running.
The imagery prompted many Redditors to wonder why Russian planes are still allowed to land at that airport in the first place.
Michigan has about 39,000 Ukrainian-American citizens, many of whom still have family in Ukraine. Rather than feel helpless, they are fighting back.
Volodymyr Zelensky struck a chord Tuesday in his address to European counterparts, even causing his own translator to become affected by his words.
Logan, the Fox Nation host who earlier this year made comments about Dr. Anthony Fauci, spoke to someone who is recognized in QAnon circles.
A video clip of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky shows it has become increasingly unclear whether art imitates life or life imitates art.
A Virginia woman not only found decades-old love letters by accident, but also a familial connection to those mentioned in the letters.
Ukrainian Naval Forces announced today that a contingent of troops thought to be dead on an island in the Black Sea actually survived a Russian attack.
Vladimir Putin, a self-admitted judo connoisseur, had his honorary title suspended one day after another martial arts organization revoked his status.
A former police chief from North Carolina staged a suicide, police said, and now he faces a wide range of charges.
As more than half the U.S. has live, legal sports betting and online gambling, some states are noticing immediate and drastic upticks in calls.
Valentyna Dylova is hiding underground with hundreds of other Ukrainians, hoping for the best in a country being torn apart by Russian aggression.
The effects of war and military conflict are present in a video of a Ukrainian man consoling his daughter as he sends his family toward safety.