Move over purebreds, mutts are finally getting some respect at the world's most prestigious dog show. They may not be allowed into the premier event, but they've gotten a paw in the door. CNN's Jeanne Moos tells us how they did.
The McDonald's in Needham, Massachusetts threw a birthday bash for one of their employees. He has become a popular fixture at the restaurant during his 25 years of service. Ken MacLeod has the story.
It's not usually newsworthy when another Starbucks opens. But this new coffee shop is calling itself "Dumb Starbucks", with otherwise identical logos and signage to the java giant. Christy Fajardo takes us inside the "dumb" business to see what's going on.
One Tennessee university's baseball program is always looking for top players to add to the roster. As Jamey Tucker reports, they just "signed" a five-year-old boy.
A grieving father's plea to Facebook to see some of his late son's biggest moments in life has been answered. Melanie Moon has the story.
Today marks 50 years since the Beatles arrived in the USA for the first time. But before "Beatlemania", they were just a hard-working band from a middle-class city in Northern England. Jim Boulden takes a look at the way Liverpool is cashing in on its famous Fab Four.
The owner of a Texas restaurant has a new claim to fame. He recently won a national contest for his facial hair. Eileen Gonzales shows us why he was dubbed the "Mustache Man of the Year."
A 79-year-old Florida woman backed over seven pedestrians Sunday morning while backing out of a handicapped space in a church parking lot, killing three people, police say.
A miraculous shot during a basketball game in California has inspired the campus of Sacramento State University. It's the stuff dreams are made of actually. Mike Luery reports the campus is still buzzing about the incredible overtime victory.
An unusual attempt at solving cold cases in Arizona is underway. Allyson Blair explains how giving inmates decks of playing cards could help solve some of these old cases.
Scientifically speaking, an apparent castaway's story is plausible, but that hasn't stopped many people from questioning whether it's actually true. The man claims to have spent more than a year adrift on the pacific ocean, eating birds, turtles, and raw fish to survive. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports the castaway has now been treated to some food and drink, and a haircut.
The super bowl wasn't the only big-ticket kick-off Sunday. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on the "other" bowl games. Featuring everything from frolicking puppies to less-exciting goldfish.
There is no question that London property is some of the most expensive out there. So where do you go if you're a British entrepreneur looking to grow your latest venture? CNN's Isa Soares reports from an unlikely place.
At just about any golf club in the state of Florida, there's a pretty good chance you'll be playing alongside some alligators. But it's not everyday the reptile gets itself involved in the game. Some golfers think that's what happened, after a golf ball somehow ends up on a gators head.
A suspected burglar came crashing through the ceiling of a convenience store in Ohio. The break-in was caught on surveillance camera. Maria Scali has the video.