From Celebrated TV Cowboy To Convict: The Tragic Demise Of James Stacy
James Stacy was nominated for two Emmys despite having become a double-amputee in 1973. But this reputation was tarnished by his 1995 conviction.
Heartbreaking Photo Of Dog Waiting For Deceased Owner Prompts Hundreds Of Adoption Offers
Three-year-old Labrador mix "Moose" had no idea that his owner had passed away from cancer, and continued to wait at his bedside.
Three Hunters Brag About Illegally Killing Yellowstone Mountain Lion Online — And Get Caught
"You know, we ended up getting a lot of this information from a guy in Bozeman off of Facebook," a park agent said during the interrogation, "'cause you guys put a bunch of stuff on social media."
Handsy Tourists Are Destroying The Oldest Tree In The U.K. And Potentially All Of Europe
The Fortingall Yew could potentially have been growing when the Pyramids and Stonehenge were being built.
Buried WWII Bomb Self-Detonates And Creates Meteor-Sized Crater Outside German Village
Residents of the small German town first thought that the impact from the self-detonated bomb was from either a meteor or an earthquake.
Tourists Will Be Able To Submerge 13,000 Feet Under The Sea To The Wreckage Of Titanic For $125,000
"Being in a sub, and being nice and cozy, and having a hot chocolate with you, beats the heck out of freezing and going through a two-hour decompression hanging in deep water."
The Great Lesbian Love Affair Of Rose Cleveland, The Former First Lady Of The United States
"You are mine, and I am yours, and we are one, and our lives are one henceforth," the former First Lady wrote.
Researchers Drop 17,000 Wallets To Test Human Honesty — And Are Pleasantly Surprised By The Results
The international experiment showed that people are certainly better than we thought.
Japanese Scientists Crack Mystery Of The Nazca Lines
Scientists were able to re-identify 16 bird geoglyphs from Peru’s mysterious Nazca lines. One drawing that was previously thought to be a hummingbird has been re-classified as a hermit.
This Small Norwegian Island, Where The Sun Doesn’t Set For 69 Days, Wants To Abolish Time
“Our goal is to provide full flexibility, 24/7. If you want to cut the lawn at 4 a.m., then you do it.”
Priceless 17th-Century Caravaggio Painting Discovered Behind Mattresses In Old French Attic
It took five years of verification and restoration to prepare the 1607 Caravaggio for auction. It is expected to go for $170 million.