In late June, a wedding dress fashion contest was held in New York City. What made the contest special is that all the dresses were made out of toilet paper.
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The US Postal Service has been told to pay $3.5 million because they put a picture of the wrong Statue of Liberty on one of their postage stamps.
Police thought there might be a bomb in a bag someone had left at the Adelaide Airport. But instead of a bomb, they found a bunny.
A train company in Japan has created a Hello Kitty Train that they hope will make more people want to travel. The special pink bullet train started running yesterday.
In November, voters in California will decide if their state should split into three separate states. A rich businessman had the idea and he is paying to try and pass it.
Algeria is turning off the Internet as students begin to take their final high school tests. The country wants to keep the students from sharing test questions over the Internet.
As a girl, Laura Murray was given a small bottle of dust. Now, almost 50 years later, she's taking NASA to court to keep that bottle - the dust came from the moon.
Laurent Duvernay-Tardif plays pro football for the Kansas City Chiefs. He's also been going to medical school for eight years. Last week he finished and now he's a doctor.
A family in Portland, Oregon was surprised to learn that their digital assistant had recorded them talking, and sent the recording to someone they knew.
On Sunday, some people in Florida got a message warning them about a power outage and a zombie attack. Luckily, that was only half true.