Earlier this week, Angelina Jolie revealed that she’d had a preventive double mastectomy, and her doctor credits the actress’s positive attitude and strength for her quick recovery. “To a large extent, I believe recovery reflects expectation,” Dr. Kristi Funk writes in an essay on the... More »New Details: Angelina Jolie's Doctor Speaks Out About Her Care
A Houston property owner has installed headstones as part of a convoluted plot to keep vagrants from loitering on his land. Three headstones were installed about a year ago in a grassy lot of land that sits in the shadow of Houston’s skyscrapers, at the... More »Phony Tombstones Used as Scarecrow for Vagrants
Joe Azougar was sitting on the front porch of his cabin this weekend with his new German Shepard puppy Ace when he “started to hear a vibration or thunder and I turned around to see a bear.” The next few minutes were pure mayhem and... More »Man Describes Mauling By Black Bear
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Brad Pitt called Angelina Jolie’s decision to have a preventative double mastectomy “absolutely heroic,” a sentiment his mother, Jane Pitt, echoes. “We’re so very proud of Angie,” Jane Pitt said in a statement, according to People magazine. “This means so much to our family, especially our grandchildren.... More »Brad Pitt's Mother: 'We're So Very Proud of Angie'
A Dutch scientist hopes he’ll change minds about the viability of test tube meat when his first genetically engineered hamburger, made from billions of stem cells, is served hot off the grill. Mark Post, the head of physiology at Maastricht University in the Netherlands, has... More »Hot off the Grill: Test Tube Burger
ABC News’ Rebecca Jarvis reports: Add Kirstie Alley to the list of Abercrombie & Fitch critics who take exception to the company’s refusal to carry clothing in larger sizes. The Former “Cheers” actress and “Dancing With the Stars” competitor slammed the store Tuesday, telling “Entertainment... More »Abercrombie & Fitch Faces Protests, Backlash for Not Selling Larger Sizes
Newly released 911 tapes from a panicked homeowner in Washington state give a detailed play by play of a neighbor’s alleged bulldozer rampage that destroyed four homes, a boat and a truck. “You better get some cops... More »911 Bulldozer Rampage Call: 'He's Smashing My House Plum to Pieces'
Maybe they’re getting serious? Just days after Tiger Woods and Lindsay Vonn made their red carpet debut at the Met Gala in New York City, they were spotted relaxing on the golfer’s yacht in Florida on Tuesday–with his kids! The happy couple looked relaxed as... More »Lindsey Vonn Aboard Boat With Tiger Woods and Kids
Normally on Mother’s Day, you’d expect flowers to show up on your doorstep, not an 8-foot alligator. But that’s exactly what happened to Alfonso Castaneda’s family from Parkland, Fla., as the wild gator made its way onto their front porch Sunday. At first, Castaneda’s wife,... More »8-Foot Gator Surprises Family on Mother's Day
Burger King has thrown down the gauntlet in the fast-food wars, announcing a competitor to the McRib sandwich beloved by McDonald’s customers. The 59-year-old Burger King chain’s 2013 summer menu, unveiled today, includes a new, limited-time BBQ Rib sandwich, featuring a boneless rib patty,... More »Burger King Challenges McDonald's McRib
The beehive featured prominently on the state flag of Utah does not hold a candle to the one found inside the bedroom wall of a family that calls the state home. Tyler Judd of Provo, Utah, called a beekeeper last week after he saw a... More »Thousands of Bees Found in Utah Couple's Bedroom Wall
American boys had a crush on Danica McKellar when she played Winnie Cooper on the 1980s hit show, “The Wonder Years.” McKellar is all grown up now and she’s a mother with strong views on parenting. Some may deem those views unconventional. McKellar is a... More »'Wonder Years' Star Danica McKellar On Why She Breastfed Until Son Was 2 ½
When Rob Lowe watched “Behind the Candelabra” for the first time, the actor found it so over-the-top that he couldn’t believe it. “I literally was thinking, ‘What have I just witnessed?’” he said, laughing. “I don’t think there’s been a movie like this ever made. I... More »Rob Lowe on 'Candelabra' Biopic: 'It's Unlike Any Movie'
A Wisconsin man survived a bear attack thanks to his wife’s unique use of a shotgun. Gerre Ninnemann, 74, and his wife, Marie Ninnemann, 71, from Green Bay, Wis., were at a cabin in Silver Cliff, Wis., on Wednesday afternoon when the husband saw a... More »Wisconsin Woman Uses Shotgun as Club to Save Husband From Bear
A McDonald’s employee in Washington state got the surprise of a lifetime when her stolen SUV rolled up to her drive-thru window and the alleged car thief placed an order. Virginia Maiden awoke Tuesday morning to start her typical weekday. As she left her apartment,... More »McDonald's Employee Spots Her Stolen Car in Drive-Thru
Televangelist Pat Robertson is under fire once again after telling the wife of a cheating husband to get over the infidelity and provide a better home so he doesn’t “wander.” Robertson was responding to a letter from a woman identified as Ivy during Wednesday’s episode... More »Pat Robertson Tells Wife of Cheater, 'He's a Man'
What do you do after you’ve survived six strokes, beat cancer twice and suffered from osteoporosis, arthritis and diabetes? If you’re 79-year-old Carolyn Meiselbach, you go skydiving. Of course. Meiselbach said she leaped into the upstate New York sky last month to settle some unfinished... More »Great-Grandma, 79, Jumps From Plane
Commuters in a West Philadelphia train station leaped into action today after a woman’s baby stroller containing her 14-month-old daughter fell onto the train tracks and the mother climbed down to rescue the child. The incident, captured on surveillance video, occurred at 12:46 p.m. at the 56th... More »Baby in Stroller Falls Onto Subway Tracks, Mom Saves Child
J.J. Abrams is a genius, and it’s not because “Star Trek Into Darkness” is a great movie. It is not. Director Abrams and his team are clearly passionate about the original “Star Trek” and the early “Star Trek” movies. His 2009 big-screen reboot was simply... More »Movie Review: 'Star Trek Into Darkness' Doesn't Feel Like 'Star Trek'
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