Woman Triumphs By Getting $10,000 Check for Unknowingly Paying to Light Streetlamps the Last 25 Years
Reading utility bills can be frustrating. The total amount is usually higher than we think it should be, and figuring out why is nearly impossible. But one Connecticut woman now knows the reason for her inflated bills: for more than two decades, she was paying the cost of juicing two city streetlamps.
United Airlines Unconcerned After It Loses a Little Girl
Imagine putting your 10-year-old daughter on a plane by herself after United Airlines said it would ensure that she arrived safely. Now imagine she goes missing — and the airline doesn’t seem to care.
What Are the Fittest and Fattest States in the US?
All that fresh mountain air must be a very good thing, because according to a new report from the CDC, Colorado has once again ranked as the thinnest state in the nation.
Police Officer Killed After Shooting Near Campus of Texas A&M [VIDEO]
Three people are dead and four more were wounded after a gunman opened fire from inside his home near the campus of Texas A&M university.
Own a Piece of the London Olympics Thanks to New Auction Site
Feeling a bit down now that the excitement of the Olympics is over? If you’ve got a little extra cash and want to bring some of the Games into your own home, a new auction site will let you do just that.
The Best Time to Buy Plane Tickets Is Almost Upon Us — Dollars and Sense
With all the fees airlines have been packing on in the past couple years, it may seem that tickets are impossibly expensive. But there are times when it’s cheaper to buy them — and those times are fast approaching.
FBI Says Wade Michael Page, Shooter in Sikh Temple Killings, Took His Own Life
Wade Michael Page, the shooter in Sunday’s massacre at a Wisconsin Sikh temple, was originally thought to have been gunned down by police — but new evidence is emerging that indicates he, like many other spree killers before him, actually took his own life.
Want to Buy the Town Where Custer Made His Last Stand? You Can for the Bargain Price of $250,000 [VIDEO]
If you’re in the market to buy your own town (and really, who isn’t?) but don’t have the $4 million needed to buy one in Utah, we have good news: for a fraction of the price, you can snap up the Montana town where Custer made his last stand.
Toyota Recalling Thousands of RAV4 and Lexus Hybrid Models
If you own a Toyota RAV4 or a Lexus hybrid, you may soon be getting a recall notice — nearly 800,000 of them in the United States are being recalled to correct rear suspension problems that could occur during maintenance.
What Do You Need to Know About Women’s Services Under New Health Care Reform?
August 1 marks the day when a key provision of President Obama’s health care reform law goes into effect: private insurance companies now must provide contraception and many women’s preventive services for free. But because insurance in general can be complicated, there are some things you’ll need to know.
Could Your Stressful Job Be Aging You?
If you feel older than your years, maybe your job is to blame. New research proves stress at work could actually make your cells age at an accelerated rate.
How Much Are Olympic Medals Actually Worth?
Olympic athletes often train for years in the hopes of someday getting a medal. But while the 4,700 medals currently being doled out in London are priceless to the athletes who win them, the actual value of the raw materials may be less than you think.