An attempted stick up was confounded by a car’s stick shift, when a would-be carjackers failed to understand the mechanics behind a manual transmission. Randolph Bean tells WOFL FOX 35 that two men attempted to steal his 2002 yellow Corvette at gunpoint outside an Orlando hospital, but ended up running away after they couldn’t figure [...]
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A New Mexico woman and her boyfriend locked up an 8-year-old girl with developmental disabilities in a wooden cage, then left her alone while they headed out to watch a movie, police said Tuesday.
From one billionaire mayor of New York City to another? Businessman John Catsimatidis is hoping so.
A special fund set up by Congress is making its first payments to people who got sick after being exposed to toxic dust at the World Trade Center following Sept. 11.A group of 15 first responders with ...
VAN, Texas (AP) — Authorities say two people are injured, one critically, after an oil storage tank exploded at a facility in East Texas.
Retired Infantryman Brendan M. Marrocco uses his transplanted arm to brush his hair back during a news conference Tuesday, Jan. 29. 2013 at Johns Hopkins hospital in Baltimore. Marrocco received a transplant of two arms from a deceased donor after losing all four limbs in a 2009 roadside bomb attack in Iraq. (AP Photo/Gail Burton)
The Web is filled with inspirational videos urging you to get up and do something meaningful with your life. Now the advice is coming from the tiniest of motivational speakers, a 9-year-old kid from Tennessee known as Kid President. The videos began as a family joke, but they've blossomed into a viral sensation. His latest [...]
Massachusetts Democratic Sen. John Kerry on Tuesday cleared the first hurdle in his confirmation process to become the next secretary of state after unanimous approval from the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Kerry's approval, conducted by voice vote, was expected given that Kerry chairs the committee and his confirmation hearing process has been without controversy. His [...]
Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood thanked Obama for an "extraordinary opportunity."