Spa packages using snakes, golf balls and beer are the latest ways to pamper yourself in Jakarta. These extreme treatments rely on unusual sensations to provide the ultimate spa experience. (June 12)
Australian endurance athlete Chloe McCardel is stroking steadily through the balmy waters off Cuba in an attempt to become the first person to swim from Havana to Florida without a protective shark cage. (June 12)
When the Philadelphia Orchestra found itself delayed on the tarmac in Beijing for three hours, a quartet decided to do an impromptu performance. (June 7)
A hairdresser from Albania has won the annual toilet paper wedding dress design contest in New York. Contestants could only use Charmin toilet paper, glue, needle, thread and tape. (June 6)
A car thief in Sandy, Oregon made off with at least five different people’s possessions, but one embarrassed victim had something a bit more personal stolen — $500 worth of sex toys.
There's a frenzy going on in New York City. One that can only be satisfied with a combination of two bakery treats: the croissant and the donut. (June 4)
New Zealand's oldest driver is still on the road, motoring around at the grand old age of 105. He received his first licence in 1925, aged 17-years-old after learning to drive in a French car that had a lever instead of a steering wheel. (J...
State troopers helped a Utah woman give birth to boy twins on a stretch of highway about 100 miles from Salt Lake City. Lynette Hales went into labor on Sunday morning and couldn't get to the hospital on time. (June 4)
In the middle of the Florida Everglades, something gold in the murky swamp caught the attention of Mark Rubinstein. Experts say he may have found something to belonged to someone on one of two planes that crashed in the area decades ago. (J...
Something akin to lottery fever has gripped residents in Zephyrhills, Florida. Two weeks ago, a Publix Supermarket there sold a winning Powerball ticket for the $590 million jackpot, but the winner is still a mystery. (June 3)