Masthead Security Wireless Internet Cable Telephone email
ADVERTISEMENT
Today's Strange Photos
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - A Danish radio station is defending a show during which the host killed a baby rabbit by hitting it with a bicycle pump, live on the air, saying it was intended to show the hypocrisy of animal lovers.

(Reuters) - Bones found in the Northern California foothills have been identified as belonging to a Swedish exchange student who went missing more than 33 years ago, prompting police investigators to reopen the case, a newspaper reported on Tuesday.

PARIS (Reuters) - American player Taylor Townsend, when deciding whether to stay in a cramped Parisian hotel or rent a private apartment during Roland Garros, opted for the former.

BERLIN (Reuters) - A 65-year-old German grandmother gave birth to quadruplets at a Berlin hospital this week, with the three boys and a girl born prematurely at 26 weeks being in good health and having a good chance of survival, German TV network RTL reported on Saturday.

(Reuters) - First responders preparing to take the body of a Milwaukee man pronounced dead to the morgue got a jolt when the man suddenly began moving and noticeably breathing, authorities said on Friday.

LONDON (Reuters) - Just three years after the extraordinary discovery of King Richard III under a car park, researchers think another medieval English monarch might be found buried beneath a parking lot and are hoping to find him.

PHOENIX (Reuters) - An Arizona woman was sentenced to 3 1/2 years in prison on Thursday for running over her husband with the family car because he failed to vote in the 2012 presidential election, court officials said.

OKLAHOMA CITY (Reuters) - An Oklahoma man who dropped out of high school to fight in World War Two will receive his diploma on Thursday, an accomplishment that took 72 years to complete.

BERLIN (Reuters) - German police detained a 25-year-old prostitute for keeping a three-week-old lamb named Birke as a pet in a Munich brothel, police said in a statement.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Genetic information from a 35,000-year-old wolf bone found below a frozen cliff in Siberia is shedding new light on humankind's long relationship with dogs, showing canine domestication may have occurred earlier than previously thought.

ADVERTISEMENT
ENTERTAINMENT NEWS
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Comedian Tracy Morgan and other people injured in a crash with a Wal-Mart Store...
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A U.S. judge in California allowed a class action lawsuit to proceed on Wednesd...
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (Reuters) - With music, singing and tears, hundreds of mourners in Memphis bade farew...
SPORTS NEWS
ZURICH/NEW YORK (Reuters) - The world's most popular sport was plunged into turmoil on Wednesday as ...
(Reuters) - Leading figures from across European soccer voiced dismay on Wednesday over the latest s...
(Reuters) - Former FIFA vice president Jack Warner surrendered after being accused on corruption cha...
Log Into Your sktc.net Account
MY ACCOUNT
Video
FINANCE NEWS
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. Labor Department plan to reduce conflicts with brokers who offer retir...
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Many Americans are not financially prepared for retirement, with almost a thi...
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A former trader at Bernard Madoff’s firm on Wednesday became the latest in a ...
ADVERTISEMENT
loading