What people say when they're late to work: having a bad hair day, wearing your roommate's girlfriend's shoes, and delivering a stranger's baby on the side of the road.
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The Spanish woman who grabbed headlines for what's purported to be the world's worst art restoration is at it again. This time, she's selling an original oil painting on eBay. So far, it's fetched bids of more than $800.
Turns out that a Renoir painting purchased for $7 in West Virginia wasn't just lost — it was stolen. Documents show it vanished from a Baltimore museum six decades ago. Its planned auction has been put on hold, and the FBI is investigating.
Forget four-leaf clovers, horseshoes and rabbit feet. The secret to the three-time-lottery-winning Oksnes family of Norway is simple: getting pregnant. In six years, three members of the family have won the national lottery — each coinciding with a birth.
The teams played a long, long, time Tuesday (and Wednesday). But in 1920, a game lasted 26 innings — and ended in a tie.
You can't make this stuff up. After being falsely accused of bringing an explosive on board a plane, a man is arrested on an outstanding warrant. On his birthday. But the guy who allegedly made the false report may be in more trouble.
The giant was captured in Everglades National Park, where managers are struggling to control a booming population of the Southeast Asian species.
A jet skier runs out of gas in water near JFK airport. So he swims to shore, climbs an airport fence and walks across two runways to find help. He is never detected by security officials.
It was quite a surprise when a cat dropped into a classroom. The video will remind those who watch The Office of what happened to Angela's cat Bandit when there was a fire drill. Check out that video too.
Swedish activists dropped 800 teddy bears outside Minsk, Belarus, protesting the lack of human rights there. They flew a small plane into the country and were never accosted by Belarussian authorities. President Alexander Lukashenko fired two generals after the incident.
Irv Gordon has been driving, and driving, and driving some more, since he bought the P1800S in 1966. "I have a feeling I'll be dead long before the car," says the retired school teacher.
When it comes to gaffes about sports stars in his city, Mayor Tom Menino is a hall of famer. See his latest malapropisms.
Bart Jansen says he loved his cat, Orville. So when the pet lost the last of his nine lives, Jansen turned him into a flying piece of art. Really.
The spin that one British newspaper has put on this otherwise unremarkable story may give you a laugh. So might the video that the Cape Cod Times produced.
The Harvard Alumni Association says it regrets letting Ted Kaczynski fill in others from the Class of '62 about what he's been doing — including his eight life sentences for the bombing spree that killed three and injured 23.
The rule, instituted to improve sanitation, applies to bathrooms in tourist spots such as parks, railway stations, supermarkets and malls.
"That's just crazy," Cincinnati fan Caleb Lloyd said Monday night after he ended up snagging two home run balls — from consecutive batters — during the Reds' 4-1 win over the visiting Atlanta Braves.
Jessica Ennis is the poster girl of Britain's Olympics team. But Sunday in Manchester, someone really messed up and what she thought was her best-ever run of the 100-meter hurdles can't be counted as her best.
A 43-year-old woman in San Clemente, Calif., suffered second- and third-degree burns on her right leg and right arm Saturday after rocks in a pocket ignited, fire officials tell The Orange County Register.