This Rescue Owl Was ‘Too Fat To Fly,’ So The Sanctuary Had To Put Her On A Diet
"She absolutely gorged herself and got very fat. She had a lovely time, but went too far."
Take A Look At The Most Detailed Images Of The Sun In Human History
"These first images are just the beginning."
The Wreck Of An Infamous Ship That Vanished In The Bermuda Triangle In 1925 Discovered
The Bermuda Triangle has claimed 1,000 lives in the last 100 years. This particular mystery has finally been solved nearly a century later.
Meet Rudy Ray Moore: The Raunchy Comedian Known As The ‘Godfather Of Rap’
Thanks to his self-determination and profane genius, singer Rudy Ray Moore reinvented himself as Dolemite and changed the face of black culture.
Michigan Priest Jailed After Bubble-Wrapping Boy And Leaving Him In A Janitor’s Room
While the crime was initially believed to be a punishment for the boy's poor grades and marijuana use, the attorney general’s office believes the reverend's actions were "sexually motivated."
Union Soldiers Used ‘Witch Bottles’ To Ward Off Evil While Occupying Confederate Fort
"It was this glass bottle full of nails...We thought it was unusual, but weren't sure what it was."
Odin Lloyd: The Semi-Pro Football Player Killed By Aaron Hernandez
Even after NFL star Aaron Hernandez was convicted of murdering Odin Lloyd in North Attleborough, Massachusetts on June 17, 2013, one question remained: Why did he kill him?
Pre-Hispanic Mesoamerican Sweat Lodge From 14th Century Unearthed In Mexico City
Before Spanish conqueror Hernán Cortés defeated Moctezuma II in 1521, the Mexica people used these sweat lodges to worship deities related to purification, lust, vice, birth, land, and water.
Man Named ‘Sexy Vegan’ Accused Of Bestiality After Sharing Disturbing Video Of His Pit Bull
Sexy Vegan first rose to infamy in 2017 after he appeared on an episode of Dr. Phil. He got kicked off the show for his use of profanity, which seems mild compared to his recent actions.
National Archives Blurs Out Anti-Trump Signs From Photo Of Women’s March
The non-partisan U.S. agency showcased the iconic 2017 march in a heavily altered image, which obscured signs referencing the president and "female anatomy."
Robert E. Lee Day Celebrates A Confederate General — On Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Decades after he lost the Civil War, Confederate General Robert E. Lee got his own holiday in 1889. Some Southern states — especially Alabama and Mississippi — still honor it.