FOWLERVILLE, Mich.—A mid-Michigan auto shop has replaced a Halloween display depicting a scowling President Donald Trump holding the severed head of former President Barack Obama by a black rope.
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WASHINGTON—For only the fourth time in U.S. history, the House of Representatives has started a presidential impeachment inquiry.
House committees are trying to determine if President Donald Trump violated his oath of office by asking Ukraine to investigate political rival Joe Biden and his family, and to investigate the country's involvement in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
NASHVILLE—A man accused of riding for 20 miles (32 kilometres) atop a car that sped down a Tennessee interstate has had one of his charges dropped.
Ronnie Sellars, 31, no longer faces a “clinging to a vehicle” charge in Wilson County, but disorderly conduct charges are still pending in neighbouring Davidson County, The Tennessean reported this week.
NYACK, N.Y.—Bed Bath & Beyond has removed pumpkins painted black with white mouths following complaints they were offensive because they resembled blackface.
GAINESVILLE, Fla.—Sometimes the circle of life stings.
A coral snake found that out the hard way and a Florida woman caught it all on camera.
Evangeline Cummings posted a video on Twitter of what appears to be a wasp stinging a coral snake that was dangling from a branch attempting to eat a dead snake.
FITZGERALD, Ga.—Why did the tourists cross the road? One south Georgia town hopes it will be to see a giant bushy chicken statue.
Fitzgerald Mayor Jim Puckett tells local news outlets that the town is building the world's largest chicken topiary, a 62-foot (19-meter) steel-framed chicken with plants growing on it.
VATICAN CITY—Pope Francis' controversial meeting on the Amazon has taken a criminal twist after thieves stole indigenous fertility statues from a Vatican-area church and tossed them into the Tiber River.
Video of the pre-dawn theft from the Santa Maria in Traspontina church was shared and celebrated on conservative social media today.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska—The suspect in a brutal torture killing in Alaska's biggest city ended up leading police right to him, first by losing a digital memory card labeled “Homicide at midtown Marriott” that contained video of the dying woman.
Then came an even more innocuous blunder: He spoke on the tape in his distinctive, very un-Alaska accent.
BAGLEY, Iowa—Blood may be thicker than water, but it'll still flood your basement.
Nick Lestina found this out the hard way two weeks ago when he discovered five inches (13 centimetres) of blood, fat and other animal tissue flooding his family's basement in Bagley, which is about 45 miles (72 kilometres) northwest of Des Moines.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana's attorney general said 165 sets of fetal remains have been found in the Chicago area inside a car owned by a late Indiana abortion doctor today, boosting the total number of abandoned sets of fetal remains discovered at properties linked to him to more 2,400.