Today marks the one hundredth anniversary of the mysterious, bizarre, inexplicable Tunguska Event.
Mini Me, dwarf star of Austin powers, is suing over the leak of a sex tape.
Animal loving couple in trouble with the law for loving their dogs a little too much.
Man tries to commit suicide by parking his car on the tracks of an oncoming train. Changes mind in the last minute, but can't move the car. 11 dead train passengers later, he's alive but has been convicted of murder and ironically enough, faces the death penalty. As my mom always said: if you're going to do something, do it right.
If you're wondering just when or if that much-hyped worldwide food price crisis will ever show up, consider that grocery products in American supermarkets have been quietly shrinking in size rather than growing in price.
Actual headline: "Giraffe helps camels, zebras escape from circus". No mention of whether they were last seen headed towards Madagascar.
A consignment of scorpions, turtles, lizards, tarantulas, frogs, salamanders and snakes - many from protected species are waiting to be picked up at Mexico City airport.
Hot on the heels of shows like America's Top Model, the BBC is launching "Britain's Missing Top Model."
Expensive, high-tech spy camera disguised as a garbage bag lost in rubbish dump.
French soldiers accidently fire live ammo into crowd of spectators instead of blanks during army show.
Truck full of fire extinguishers and fire safety equipment catches fire.