From 1969 to 1977, the hippies at Taylor Camp on Kauai lived in treehouses, preferred to go nude, and smoked a lot of weed.
The 25-year-old Nevada man found the animals through Craigslist before taking them to his “House of Pain.” He beheaded at least four dogs.
At least 12 people, five of them members of the U.S. military, died early Friday when a C-130 planed crashed at an airport in Afghanistan.
The Santee Sioux tribe announced it plans to open what would be the U.S.’ first marijuana resort in South Dakota, a state where recreational pot remains illegal.
A 61-year-old man and his girlfriend were charged Tuesday with false imprisonment, torture, and elder abuse for allegedly keeping the man’s sister captive in a backyard shed.
So pretty that it ~glows~.
Tibet’s exiled Buddhist leader remained at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota Sunday after canceling his U.S. appearances for the month of October.
Tennis ball + phone = smiling pup for the camera.
But first let me take a selfie.
Three people have now died and at least 558 people have been infected by an outbreak linked to cucumbers imported from Mexico, federal officials said Tuesday.
The military said that a Norwegian, two Canadians, and a Filipino were abducted at gunpoint from a resort in the Philippines late Monday night.
Florida authorities say a man confessed to killing his girlfriend after she called out her ex-husband’s name twice during sex.
The attack on Sunday morning killed a veteran animal curator at the Hamilton zoo.
After an Indiana mother dove out of her car in fear of a spider, her son tried to stop the moving vehicle, but instead pressed the gas pedal and hit a passing bus.
Ahmed Mohamed, 14 ans, a dit qu’il avait fait un réveil pour impressionner ses profs, mais à la place, il a été arrêté quand des responsables du lycée ont signalé à la police que l’appareil avait l’air suspect.
President Obama came out in support of Ahmed Mohamed last Wednesday after the Texas student was arrested for bringing a home made clock to school.
The seven were killed when they were washed away by the historic flash floods while in a narrow valley in Zion National Park on Monday. Twelve other people were also killed when floodwaters swept away vehicles.
The Navy on Monday agreed to prohibit explosives and sonar, which are harmful to marine life, in certain waters off Hawaii and California.
Firefighters in Northern California are battling multiple blazes that have killed at least six people and injured three.