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A man in the UK was pulled over when his van looked like it was overweight. It was, it was full with close to a ton of rice. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.
Listen in as the actresses open up about the reception of their smash-hit Netflix series. Plus, are Winona and Millie hoping for a season 2?
A new study has found that the typically poor health of English Bulldogs will probably not improve without crossbreeding, as the breed’s genetic diversity appears to be too low to affect the current outlook.
Candice Cameron Burre opens up about being on 'The View' during an election year, and the backlash the conservative TV host often receives. Candace says she takes everything one day at a time.
A newly released military report details how the Army reservist who killed five Dallas police officers stole a female soldier's underwear and tried to hide what he did under investigation
The celebrity power continues into the final day of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, with musical performances Thursday from Carole King and Katy Perry
A mayor’s effort to publicize a local hospital’s new 3-D mammography machine has likely saved her life. Mayor Gina Noble of Stillwater, Oklahoma held a press conference on Wednesday announcing that her scan showed that she had breast cancer.
Eighteen-year-old Donna Lauria was sitting her a car outside her home in the Bronx when four gunshots came rocketing through the passenger window. Her murder was the first in a year-long spree by an elusive serial killer who eventually taunted the police in letters to a newspaper, calling himself Son of Sam.
South Carolina's governor is asking the company that runs the popular Pokemon Go app to return the characters and gym for the popular game to the state Capitol
As though Zika threats and polluted waters aren't giving Olympic athletes and visitors enough to worry about, they are arriving in Rio to discover ... they can't play "Pokemon Go." The game has spread like wildfire, but it isn't available in Brazil yet