While high gas prices have pushed President Biden to tap into the US's strategic oil reserves, America's neighbor to the north is also dealing with a shortage of another so-called "liquid gold".
GE announced it's breaking into three. Meanwhile, tech companies continue to take over a wider swath of industries.
Traffic in northern San Diego County came to a standstill Friday after an armored car accidentally spilled $1s and $20s across the I-5, prompting people to flee their vehicles and grab wads of cash.
The city of Aswan has been dealing with an influx of scorpions and snakes, thanks to a recent rash of heavy storms disturbing their hiding places.
Theodore John Conrad made off with $215,000 — or around $1.7 million in 2021 dollars — when he robbed the bank where he worked as a teller in 1969, according to the U.S. Marshals Service.
NASA astronaut Megan McArthur called the situation "sub-optimal," but says the crew's four astronauts are "prepared to deal with it." They will return home after spending nearly 200 days in space.
The 65-year-old Maryland man says he plans to use his winnings on some home improvement projects, and of course, a family vacation.
Genetic testing has revealed that some female California condors have been able to reproduce asexually.
The economy is malfunctioning. We're spending more and getting less. The problem is bigger than just standard inflation.
Antonio Mercero, Agustín Martínez and Jorge Díaz not only created a series of highly successful novels in Mola's name, but also invented the author herself.
The cars have been converging at all hours of the day and night, mystifying neighbors. Invasion of the self-driving cars? Not quite.
The Christchurch City Council will end its contract with Ian Brackenbury Channell, reportedly the world's only state-appointed wizard. The "Wizard of New Zealand" has had a long and unique career.
"It is HIGHLY unlikely that we will find any legal sprinkles that we will use as a replacement," says Rich Myers, owner of the Get Baked bakery in Leeds. "I am extremely passionate about sprinkles."
An investigation is underway to determine who set the snare trap that killed the zebra on a Maryland private property. The person who set the trap could face charges.
David Card, Joshua Angrist, and Guido Imbens win a Nobel Prize for revolutionizing how economics is done.