Boston University's announcement Friday that it has agreed to sell the building on which the city's Citgo sign sits to a local developer is raising hopes among preservationists that the iconic symbol will stay.
Most flight attendants have a tale to tell of long-distance relationships, but this one has a happy ending that's enchanted legions of social media users worldwide.
Archaeologists have made a sinister discovery at the top of a Greek mountain which might corroborate one of the darkest legends of antiquity.
It was a bizarre sight -- 20 toilet rolls set on fire and lined up in rows after being drenched in fuel.
The game "Pokemon Go" has caused distress in Cambodia, where some smartphone-wielding players have been chasing its virtual characters at a genocide museum that was a torture center in the 1970s.
Elite athletes dedicate years of training to reaching the Olympics, but American comedian Leslie Jones has been summoned to Rio after just a few days exercising her funny bone from her sofa.
Tip to event organizers everywhere: Check your flags and anthems. Then, check them again.
An Idaho man stumbled upon a rare find while using a backhoe to dig in a gravel pit on his property.
With dozens of oxen leading the way, a historic schoolhouse has been relocated to the original spot where a prominent African-American scholar and legislator was once its schoolmaster.
One driver may be giving her insurance company an expensive bill after she accidently backed into a nearly $300,000 Ferrari while attempting to parallel park outside a Virginia coffeehouse.