A lacy, cloud-like pattern drifting across a Denver-area radar screen turned out to be a 70-mile-wide (110-kilometer) wave of butterflies, forecasters say.
On a May morning in 1990, Marlene Warren answered her front door in an upscale Florida suburb to find a clown in an orange wig, red nose and white face paint handing her carnations and foil balloons.
Getting groceries delivered to your home is not new. But what about having someone that you don't know come into your house to put away the food?
Officials now know how a Bengal tiger was found roaming around a community in metro Atlanta: It had slipped out unnoticed from its enclosure as it was being transported.
A London couple has posted an opening for a nanny with a six figure salary and use of the family's Maserati.
An American Airlines passenger was escorted off his flight after he tried to open an emergency exit door while the plane was landing at the Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport.
After the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991, the era of nuclear nightmares — of the atomic arms race, of backyard bomb shelters, of schoolchildren diving under desks to practice their survival skills in the event of an attack — seemed to finally, thankfully, fade into history.