When Northampton Community College canceled spring break to make up for excessive snow days, students decided to protest - by wearing flip-flops, bathing suits and tank tops to class. Not to mention plastic leis.
It happened at the T-Rex Cafe -- a dinosaur themed restaurant in Downtown Disney.
Monday morning's 4.4-magntitude earthquake in Los Angeles is not the only thing spurring interest on social media. Anchor Chris Schauble was live on air at KTLA during the quake, and his reaction has the hashtag #EarthquakeFace trending. Watch the video, and you'll understand.
The next generation of the well-known Goodyear blimp has made its first flight, cruising over part of northeast Ohio beneath bright blue skies.
Scientists have revived a moss plant that was frozen beneath the Antarctic ice and seemingly lifeless since the days of Attila the Hun.
The Los Angeles Police Department is getting a Lamborghini.
The next generation of the well-known Goodyear blimp is getting ready to take flight as the company moves toward replacing its old fleet of airships with a new trio.
The Chicago River is glowing a bright emerald green Saturday as the city kicks off its St. Patrick's Day celebrations.
Veterinarians at the San Diego Zoo have performed an operation on a newborn gorilla that was delivered by cesarean section.
The United States Mint in San Francisco will soon produce an unusual coin in honor of the nation's favorite pastime.
A handful of Idaho hockey fans are suing a Boise arena, saying they were duped into thinking a $7 beer contains more brew than a $4 beer.
So-called muttbombing, the Photoshopped doggie version of photobombing, where someone slips into a picture without the subject knowing, has proved so popular online it has touched off requests from shelters across the country and overseas.
Would Parmesan by any other name be as tasty atop your pasta? A ripening trade battle might put that to the test.
Wild elephants can distinguish between human languages, and they can tell whether a voice comes from a man, woman or boy, a new study says.
There is a new kitten at the Winston Churchill estate. The orange-colored rescue cat is there to comply with the late British leader's request that there always be a cat of that color living at Chartwell.