Send in the frowns.
--America's neighbors to the north -- so often the butt of their jokes -- are taking to social media to try to keep spirits up in the U.S. during this divisive election season.
Construction has begun on the vessel that could have been called "Boaty McBoatface" if that name hadn't been quashed by British officials. Instead, they called it "The RRS Sir David Attenborough" -- and the well-known naturalist and broadcaster was there Monday for the maritime ceremony in Merseyside, northwest England.
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Bear hugs are nothing. Jim Kowalczik hugs bears.
A subway worker has survived an electrocution on the third rail thanks to a co-worker performing CPR to the beat of the 1977 Bee Gees disco hit "Stayin' Alive."
McDonald's says Ronald McDonald is keeping a low profile with reports of creepy clown sightings on the rise.
An annual pumpkin-weighing contest in Northern California has a new winner: a third-grade teacher in Washington state who raised a giant one weighing 1,910 pounds.
From a distance, the fierce-looking eagles on the banners Austrian builder Markus Voglreiter is flying in the town of Obertrum may look similar to the bird on his country's national flag.
The University of Maine says the school mascot missed a men's hockey game because he was a passenger in a car whose driver was arrested on a drunken driving charge en route to the arena.