Two-and-a-half centuries after their military ancestors fought and died in two 18th century North American wars, members of the British army's Scottish regiment will embark on a 547-kilometer canoe trip that will trace the water route many of their forbearers traveled.
The youngest giant panda cub at the U.S.' National Zoo is celebrating his first birthday with a traditional Chinese ceremony and the sweet taste of honey.
It's one of the world's most mysterious books, a centuries-old manuscript written in an unknown or coded language that no one -- not even the best cryptographers -- has cracked.
Officials say a grocery store in Pennsylvania has become the first supermarket since Prohibition to sell wine in the state.
Police say a woman who missed the last bus for the night is accused of stealing an ambulance to get home from a hospital in Ohio.
It is Iran's answer to the Academie Francaise, keeping the Farsi language safe from the corrupting influence of foreign words. Its latest, unlikely target: something called "Nutella Bars."
The images of Mario, Luigi and friends have been carved into the fields of an upstate New York farm as part of a corn maze based on Nintendo's "Super Mario Bros." game series.
The Washington Monument has closed again following problems with its elevator.
Four wheels bad, two wheels good. That's what German police must have thought when their car got stuck on a narrow path while pursuing a moped-riding suspect.
A French mayor has banned the virtual presence of Pokemon Go characters in his whole eastern village citing security reasons and ordered the game's creator to comply with the decree.