Noela Rukundo sat in a car outside her home, watching as the last few mourners filed out. They were leaving a funeral — her funeral.
In this age of technology, almost anything is possible. Drones may soon be delivering Amazon packages, cars are driving themselves and dogs are posting on Instagram.
The Islamic State's ability to inspire individuals all around the world to commit acts of terror has been one of the most worrying aspects of the militant group's rise. However, there have been repeated reminders that the "lone wolfs" it inspires may not be so capable of organizing elaborate terror plots — even if …
PRINCETON, N.J. — A central New Jersey elementary school science class has a new pet after a lizard was discovered in a student's salad after being refrigerated for days.
ST. PETERSBURG — An unregistered aquatic competitor crashed the swim meet at North Shore Pool early Saturady afternoon.
MIAMI — A doctor for Jackson Health System has been placed on administrative leave after a YouTube video of her hitting and screaming profanities at an Uber driver went viral, a hospital spokeswoman confirmed in a statement.
ISLAMORADA — A crocodile apparently decided a morning dip in a Florida Keys swimming pool was just the thing.
The morning of June 10, 1692, started with a hanging.
Dylan, a boxer, meant everything to Laura Jacques, a dog walker from West Yorkshire, England. "I fell in love with him from day one," Jacques said. When the 8-year-old canine was diagnosed with a brain tumor in June and given about a year to live, she was devastated.
Florida is America's Weirdest State. Let's just agree to that as a first principle. Weird things happen everywhere there are human beings, of course, but more weirdness happens in the Sunshine State and it tends to be weirder.