Gaddafi is dead.
Was the Elephant Butte killer really a killer?
New Mexico is considering opening a "foreigners only" DMV in Albuquerque.
Maybe the Declaration of Independence was illegal.
The State Fair is insolvent.
Who runs the world?
In Alabama, "Mexican" is a dirty word.
Authorities capture or kill all the animals freed from a preserve in Ohio—except for one monkey.
Disneyland big brothers hotel workers with a system employees call the "electronic whip."
Archeologists unearth a street from the 1600s in Santa Fe.
We are using a lot of antidepressants.
The new Cranberries single—their first in a decade—is not so great.
The real Sybil says the multiple personalities weren't real.
Rupert Murdoch’s in boiling hot water after Britain’s phone hacking scandal claims two police officers’ jobs.
Three American teenage girls sweep Google’s very first Science Fair.
The DMV rejects a request from a Nevada man wanting a ‘GOPALIN’ license plate.
A Kentucky bluegrass fair unveils the Casey Anthony Dunking Booth.
Somewhere, Darwin is laughing. A local copper thief gets a 480-volt shock after cutting through a power line at East San Jose Elementary. Meanwhile, a man in South Carolina tries the same thing and dies.
Kevin Costner joins an already incredible cast for Tarantino’s new spaghetti western Django Unchained.
A woman is discovered as having a third nipple ... on her foot.
Borders is liquidating and closing its 399 remaining stores.
No more planking, no more owling; now it’s all about leisure diving.
Still kicking, still winning: Charlie Sheen signs on for the new sitcom “Anger Management.”
The “Cash Cab” hits and kills a pedestrian in Vancouver.