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Zorica Rebernik, 67, loves red so much that she has a crimson-colored tombstone ready when she dies.
Homeowner Nick Lestina says he can't clean up the mess because it's still seeping into his house.
Twitter users compared the photos to scenes from "Shrek," "Narnia, "Game of Thrones" and even an Old Spice commercial.
The Pasco County Sheriff's Office tried to turn the man's errors into a teachable moment on Twitter.
Don't worry -- the mama and her young were safely escorted out of the Lake Tahoe home by the BEAR League, a local group that helps bears in sticky situations.
A funny "deer in the headlights" couples costume will let people know the state of your relationship in just one glance.
The storm's phallus-shaped track had people cracking jokes on social media.
The president's son offers up an oddly timed holiday shout-out.
Although "fake news" was popularized by Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential election campaign, the term actually dates back to 1890.
A Pittsburgh driver made a peculiar discovery after smelling something burning during a drive.
Painting stripes on cows can be amusing -- and it has serious advantages for cattle and humans, according to a study.
The owner of the snakes left them in a parking garage while giving a presentation.
The president's eldest son obsesses over Hillary Clinton in an early holiday message.
“I was suspicious, but it was tasty,” one skeptical customer told the Associated Press.
Singer and guitarist Paul Stanley told The Associated Press. “Since we’re going to be in Australia, it gives a whole new meaning to doing a concert down under.”
Zoo officials are now pursuing a criminal trespass charge against the unidentified woman.
Police say a hacker may have been responsible for the explicit sex scenes shown to drivers on Saturday night.
Despite everything, the victim said she was still in good spirits.
Officials didn't immediately explain how the comedian's screechy rendition came to be played before a high school volleyball game.