Vikings fans donate thousands to charity founded by Saints punter

MINNEAPOLIS - An act of sportsmanship in the moment of victory was not lost upon Vikings fans during Sunday’s match-up with the Saints.

Employees at US Tool split million-dollar Powerball jackpot

FARMINGTON, Mo. – Peggy Lunsford has been like a queen with her coworkers at US Tool in Farmington.

North and South Korea to march together at Olympics

The unification ministry announced a range of joint activities between the countries for the Games, following talks Wednesday at the demilitarized zone (DMZ).

Rural King donates $460k to Sarah Bush Lincoln’s Heart Center

Rural King reported in a press release that the new Heart Center will consolidate cardiac services, including the addition of a second cardiac cath lab, 15 exam rooms for the cardiac and pulmonary clinic, rehab gym, stress testing, echo cardiography, pulmonary function testing, EKG, and nuclear medicine.

Pill mill ruling raises questions about police power

A sheriff’s detective strayed beyond his own county while investigating a pill mill operation, and that’s jeopardizing the case against two former Pompano Beach firefighters.

Dads in Sweden took more paternity leave than ever in 2017

Sweden offers 480 days of parental leave per child which can be shared out between mothers and fathers as they see fit, but with each parent entitled to at least three use-it-or-lose-it months.

Somaliland criminalizes rape for the first time. Rapists now stand to face up to...

Lawmakers of the self-declared state Somaliland has introduced a bill outlawing rape, taking their first step in addressing gender-based violence.

Chrissy Teigen offers to pay McKayla Maroney’s fine if she speaks at Larry Nassar...

Chrissy Teigen, left, earned the gratitude of McKayla Maroney. (Photos via Getty Images)

Leonard Fournette involved in multi-car crash on I-295 in Jacksonville

PHOTOS: Social media memes pop up after Fournette crash 

Garbage collectors open library with abandoned books

For months, the garbage men gathered forsaken books.

Californians can now get rid of their old weed convictions

Jan. 1 was a big day for California: In addition to legalizing recreational marijuana, the state fully adopted one of the most sweeping criminal justice reforms in recent years.

Trade Me bans sale of pugs, British bulldogs, French bulldogs over health concerns

Trade Me is banning the sale of three breeds of dog which suffer from a severe breathing condition.

US photographer’s show will raise funds for hospital that saved his son

A city high flier turned photographer is using his latest exhibition to help the hospital that saved his son’s life.

VW announces new all-electric car platform to be produced in the US by 2020

Volkswagen has a fairly important electrification plan in motion, but it has a focus in China and Europe for now.

In India’s Sikkim state, trees are up for adoption like humans

India has enacted a revolutionary new green law which empowers citizens to adopt a tree as a child, brother or sister by filling up prescribed government forms to formalize the bond.

What Obama’s Photographer Learned About Travel

During his eight years as the chief official White House photographer for President Barack Obama, Pete Souza, the former director of the White House Photo Office, traveled to all 50 states and more than 60 countries.

Whale saved from entanglement after 285 feet of rope removed from mouth

According to NOAA officials, the large whale was first reported entangled on Thursday by the captain of a fishing vessel. 

Garbage collectors open library with abandoned books

For months, the garbage men gathered forsaken books.