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Gladys Knight files lawsuit against son

Gladys Knight is suing her son, saying she wants her name removed from the restaurants that he operated. >> Read more trending stories According to the lawsuit, Knight no longer wants her name and image on any signs or promotions for the chicken and waffles restaurants. Authorities raided the metro ...

Investigators: Father admits to trying to kill unbuckled son by crashing vehicle

A Colorado father was placed behind bars on Tuesday after investigators said he admitted to purposefully not buckling his son into his seat and running the vehicle into multiple other cars. Nathan Weitzel, 29, buckled his own seat belt at 11 a.m. on Aug. 21, but told deputies he purposefully ...

Police: Florida man dressed as dinosaur arrested with airsoft rifle

A Florida man was arrested Sunday after police said he was found roaming around a park with an airsoft rifle and wearing a dinosaur costume. Anthony Berden, 19, was found walking around a Cocoa-area park in a “gamer dinosaur-type costume” with a tactical police-type vest and black ski mask while ...

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Some people might be using pets' antibiotics

Apparently, some people are getting prescription medications from a pretty unusual source: Their pets. Yes, according to a recent study, a small number of people are using their furry friends' meds. >> Read more trending stories Scientists stumbled across this odd information while conducting a survey about the prevalence of unprescribed ...

Valery Spiridonov has volunteered to undergo the first human head transplant.

How would a head transplant be done?

It’s either the stuff of science fiction or the stuff of horror, but either way, according to an Italian neuroscientist, the first head transplant between humans is set to take place within the next year and a half. A paper published in the June issue of Surgical Neurology International by ...

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Animal activists condemn university for killing dogs used in research

An organization that seeks to end animal testing is calling out a group of university researchers for euthanizing six young Beagles after a study ended. According to the study published in the journal Veterinary Ophthalmology, researchers at the University of Missouri sedated the beagles, wounded the dogs' corneas and then tested ...

BERLIN, GERMANY - SEPTEMBER 02:  In this photo illustration, a woman uses the Uber app on an Samsung smartphone on September 2, 2014 in Berlin, Germany. Uber, an app that allows passenger to buy rides from drivers who do not have taxi permits, has had its UberPop freelance driver service banned in Germany after a complaint by Taxi Deutschland, a trade association of taxi drivers in the country. The company, which operates in 42 countries over 200 cities worldwide, plans to both appeal the decision made by a court in Frankfurt as well as, at the risk of heavy fines, continue its services in Germany until a final decision has been made on the matter.  (Photo by Adam Berry/Getty Images)

Uber driver takes 35-mile detour, charges woman $111

A woman who used Uber to travel to a close destination said the driver took her on an extended detour when she fell asleep in the car.  >> Read more trending stories   Hannah Warman said she was heading home Sunday night when she decided to call an Uber instead ...

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Your prescription history isn't really private

"He said, 'Just so you know, we've looked at your medical records and we feel you're taking medications inappropriately," Ryan Pyle said.  Ryan Pyle is a Utah firefighter paramedic who was charged with prescription drug fraud after local police made a warrantless search into the state's controlled substance database in 2013.  >> ...

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Husband surprises wife with pregnancy news after vasectomy

A sneaky husband managed to surprise his wife with baby news before she knew she was pregnant. A video posted to YouTube by Tim Brummel chronicles the couple's unlikely pregnancy. >> Read more trending stories   The video starts with Tim explaining how he surprised his wife, Rachel King Brummel. He said for a ...

Patrons visit the Acropolis Museum in Athens, Greece. (Flickr/michel simeonidis)

Man's comment card echoes thoughts of many at art museum

For some, a trip to the art museum means and experience filled with wonder and majesty. For others, it is the most boring way to spend a day, and that's the sentiment that one man expressed on a comment card of a London-area museum. Reddit user mar480 posted an image ...

The birth date on Gotho’s official Indonesian identification card is Dec. 31, 1870. The record staff confirms the date, however his early life records are considered unverifiable by world record standards. (Photo: Visual Event/Twitter)

At reputed 145 years old, oldest living person in Indonesia is ready to die

Mbah Gotho has outlived 10 brothers and sisters, four wives and all of his children. At a reputed 145 years old, his closest living relatives are grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great grandchildren. “What I want is to die,” Gotho, who lives in Sragen, Java, told Liputan 6 in a recent interview. ...

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Florida man named Vladimir Putin arrested at Publix

A Publix Super Market manager called police last week because Vladimir Putin refused to leave the store, according to authorities in West Palm Beach, Florida. >> Read more trending stories The 48-year-old was screaming at employees at the Publix at Rosemary Avenue and Fern Street, the manager told city police on the afternoon ...

In this undated photo provided by the MR Research Center some trained dogs involved in a study to investigate how dog brains process speech sit around a scanner in Budapest, Hungary. Scientists have found that dogs use the same brain areas as humans to process language. A study published in the journal Science showed that dogs process words with the left hemisphere and use the right hemisphere to process intonation. (Borbala Ferenczy/MR Research Center via AP)

Dogs understand language a lot more than we give them credit for

You might have heard that dogs don't really care what you say to them as long as you sound excited. But they deserve more credit than that.  Dogs know the difference between real words and neutral or nonsense words, and you need to say the right things while praising them ...

Huma Abedin, an aide to Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, talks on the floor of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Tuesday, July 26, 2016. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)

Who is Huma Abedin, Hillary Clinton's chief of staff

Huma Abedin, considered by many to the be closest aide to Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, issued a public statement Sunday that she would be separating from her husband, Anthony Weiner, following revelations that he had sent explicit photos of himself to a woman he said he had never met, ...

FILE - In this 1975 file photo, Mark David Chapman is seen at Fort Chaffee near Fort Smith, Ark. The New York state Board of Parole on Monday,  Aug. 29, 2016, announced that it has again denied parole to Chapman, who on Dec. 8, 1980, shot and killed John Lennon, the former Beatle, outside his luxury Manhattan apartment. (AP Photo/Greg Lyuan, File)

John Lennon's killer, Mark David Chapman, denied parole for ninth time

The man who killed music legend and former Beatles member, John Lennon will remain behind bars. Mark David Chapman shot and killed the songwriter 36 years ago as Lennon returned to his New York City apartment building, The Dakota, on Dec. 8, 1980, CNN reported. Earlier that day, Lennon had signed ...

Police arrested Brock Turner, 19, in January 2015 after two witnesses found him sexually assaulting a woman on Stanford University's campus.

Brock Turner allegedly laughed after Stanford assault

Brock Turner, the Stanford swimmer who sexually assaulted an unconscious woman on the school's campus, allegedly laughed at bystanders who intervened during the incident. >> Read more trending stories   More than 1,000 pages of newly released transcripts from Turner's trial detail accounts of the incident. The documents were obtained by The Guardian Friday.  "I ...

PORTLAND, ME - AUGUST 04: Maine Governor Paul LePage, (R), greets the crowd before Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at the Merrill Auditorium on August 4, 2016 in Portland, Maine. (Photo by Sarah Rice/Getty Images)

Maine Gov. Paul LePage considers resigning after going on expletive-laden rant

Maine Gov. Paul LePage has not ruled out the possibility of resigning in the middle of his current term after leaving a profanity-laced voicemail last week for a state representative accused of calling him racist. >> Read more trending stories "I'm looking at all options," LePage, a Republican, said Tuesday ...

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Man armed with running chainsaw killed by deputies

A Washington man armed with a running chainsaw was fatally shot Tuesday by Pierce County sheriff's deputies in Graham. >> Read more trending stories Deputies were called to 9000 block of 262nd Street East at 7:13 a.m. Tuesday by a woman who said her 36-year-old son, who had previously attacked her and ...

Mohammad Robinson, 31, was gunned down in a McDonald’s parking lot after not holding the restaurant door open for a woman. (Photo: Shea Ah Nee/GoFundMe)

Man fatally shot for not holding McDonald’s door for woman

A man was fatally shot in a McDonald’s parking lot after not holding the restaurant door open for a woman witnesses said, according to KSNV. Mohammad Robinson, 31, was gunned down just before midnight Saturday North Las Vegas police told KSNV. “It was a stupid reason honestly, irrelevant. It doesn't ...

[READ STORY] Former pro football player Calvin Johnson is partnering with pro dancer Lindsay Arnold. ABC announced on Aug. 30, 2016, that Johnson will take part in the upcoming season of "Dancing with the Stars." The show returns on Monday, Sept. 12 on ABC.  (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

Photos: 'Dancing With the Stars' Season 23 Cast Revealed

Two Olympians, a former governor and a former NFL player will try to dance their way into America's hearts.

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