Star Ejected By Black Hole Speeding Across Milky Way At 3.7 Million MPHA runaway star traveling across our galaxy at an astonishing 3.7 million miles per hour is on track to be ejected from the Milky Way.
Twinkies Are Being Turned Into Breakfast CerealPost is partnering with Hostess to turn the 90-year-old treat into a cereal that will be available nationwide in late December.
Meet Narwhal The Magical Unicorn PuppyThere's a 10-week-old puppy in Missouri with a tail growing out of his forehead.
Escalating Millennial Health Problems Could Spell Trouble For U.S. Economy, Study FindsThe health of millennials is deteriorating more rapidly than the generation before them and that could have a crippling effect on the economy, according to a report published Wednesday.
Facebook, Instagram Ban ‘Sexual Use' Of Eggplant, Peach, Sweat Drops EmojisIf you are partial to using the eggplant, peach or sweat drops emojis in a sexual context on Facebook and Instagram, you'll need a workaround.
'Twelve O'Clock At Night, It's Pretty Scary': Real-Life Fright At Man's Haunted HouseA Missouri man who goes all out every Halloween to make his house as frightening as possible says he had a real-life fright.
Boy Pilots Custom-Built Star Wars Themed Halloween Costume For His WheelchairA five-year-old Nebraska boy with a rare disease will be piloting an innovative Star Wars themed costume this Halloween.
Emotional Support Kangaroo Reunited With Owner After EscapeA Missouri State Highway Patrol trooper hopped into action to reunite an escaped kangaroo with its owner.
Bed Bath & Beyond Pulls Black Jack-O'-Lanterns Over Blackface ComplaintsBed, Bath & Beyond has removed black jack-o-lanterns from its website after receiving complaints the pumpkins resembled blackface.
Feds: Beware Of Fentanyl Disguised To Look Like MarijuanaFederal law enforcement officials are warning local police about a fentanyl product disguised to look like marijuana.
New Treatment For Cystic Fibrosis Approved By FDA Could Benefit ThousandsA treatment that could benefit 90 percent of cystic fibrosis patients was approved Monday by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.