The films from 2022 that topped the AP's inaugural Top 25 Movies poll yield a host of other numbers, facts, figures and trivia on close examination.
Several groups have flocked to the waterway off Manhattan in search of treasure.
Dallas Zoo officials say they've found a missing clouded leopard after a daylong search.
Sweden’s center-right coalition government wants to abolish a decade-old requirement for restaurants, nightclubs and other venues to obtain permits before they let patrons dance.
Indian police have arrested an unruly airline passenger following a complaint by a woman aboard an Air India flight from New York that he urinated on her in business class.
A retired science satellite is about to fall from the sky but NASA says the chance of wreckage falling on anybody is “very low.”.
Scott Stallings received the best package of all for Christmas because it included an invitation to play in the Masters.
Awa Sidibe wore the ceremonial No. 1 jersey given to coach Coquese Washington when she was hired in May after the Rutgers guard got blood on her uniform during the Scarlet Knights’ 78-67 loss to No. 13 Maryland.
Sherlock Holmes is finally free to the American public in 2023.
A Wisconsin waitress got a $1,000 tip from Christmas morning customer.
South Korea has formally lifted a ban on the import of full-body sex dolls, ending years of debate over how much the government can interfere in private life.
The U.S. military agency known for tracking Santa Claus doesn’t expect COVID-19 or the “bomb cyclone” hitting North America to affect Saint Nick’s Christmas Eve deliveries.
A “Cousin Eddie” display in Kentucky apparently looked a little too real and police were called to check it out.
Philadelphia Eagles lineman Jason Kelce, Jordan Mailata, and Lane Johnson have released a Christmas album.
Several motorists who were speeding through an elementary school zone on the Florida Keys Overseas Highway received an odorous onion as a reminder to slow down from a county sheriff’s deputy dressed as the Grinch.
Investigators say the shooter was upset because the restaurant was out of corn.
A NASA rover on Mars by chance had its microphone on when a whirling tower of red dust passed overhead last year and caught the sound.
Los Angeles authorities have given a little girl a license to own a unicorn — if she can find one.
Believe it or not, an iconic part of the Atlantic City Boardwalk is closing soon.
A celery stalk sighting and a little luck came together to help a New Hampshire man find his wife’s wedding rings in a 20-ton trash trailer, wrapped in a napkin that he had accidentally thrown away.
A group of police officers who helped deliver a baby at a Long Island home over the weekend included a sergeant who helped another newborn take his first breath five years ago.
A city in central Thailand has served a meal fit for monkeys.
Yes, they’ve nicknamed the baby “Nugget,” after a woman delivered a girl at an Atlanta McDonald’s.
A long-forgotten, and somewhat unsettling, statue of Mickey Mouse with giant lobster claws for hands has found its way back to Boston.
The World Cup 2010 in South Africa had Shakira.
Don’t accuse the TSA of catnapping on the job.
Firefighters in Alaska got an unusual request for assistance last weekend from the Alaska Wildlife Troopers, but it wasn’t your mundane cat-stuck-in-a-tree situation.
Bob Dylan’s publisher is offering refunds for a $600 special edition of his new book, “The Philosophy of Modern Song.”.
The election to fill a city council seat in a Michigan town has been settled by drawing two pieces of paper from a bowl, days after a 616-616 tie.
The California house where Steve Jobs co-founded Apple is a historical site, and now the sandals he wore while pacing its floors have been sold for nearly $220,000.
Authorities say a 9-year-old Wisconsin elementary school student may have saved the life of one of her classmates by peforming the Heimlich maneuver on her as she choked during lunch.
A Tyrannosaurus rex skull is expected to sell for $15 million or more at auction in New York next month.
A pair of dogs gifted by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in 2018 are now mired in a South Korean political row, with the country’s former president blaming his conservative successor for a lack of support as he gave the animals up.
The Westminster Kennel Club dog show is moving next year to a new venue — the home of the U.S. Open tennis tournament.
San Francisco is a foodie heaven with plenty of Michelin-starred restaurants.
Maine is cleaning up its roads one naughty license plate a time.
Legit gross or crazy delicious.
A Massachusetts woman is facing multiple assault and battery charges, accused of releasing a swarm of bees on sheriff’s deputies as they tried to serve an eviction notice.
A “swift-footed lizard” that lived millions of years ago in what's now Massachusetts has been named the state’s official dinosaur.
If mosquitoes love you, new research suggests it may be because of how you smell.
Twins appear to be unusually abundant in Nigeria’s southwestern city of Igbo-Ora.
A horticulture teacher from Minnesota has set a new U.S. record for the heaviest pumpkin after raising a giant gourd weighing 2,560 pounds.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has received an unusual gift for his 70th birthday: a tractor.
Many silent films from the early 1900s no longer exist.
A menagerie of parrots has been rescued from a Pine Island bird sanctuary after its owners refused to evacuate without them in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian.
A 2,554-pound pumpkin grown in upstate New York has set a new U.S. record for the heaviest.
A California woman has been charged with killing a man by ramming her car into him after accusing him of trying to run over a cat in the street.
Researchers in China have found a major catch of fish fossils, including the oldest teeth from any species.
A bargain hunter at an estate sale in Maine came away with a purchase that's downright medieval.
The unveiling of a futuristic luxury model home on Panama’s Caribbean coast tanked when the SeaPod Eco prototype perched above the water on a column slumped onto an adjacent dock.
A Florida highway had to temporarily close after a semitrailer carrying cases of Coors Light crashed and turned the roadway into a silver sea of beer cans.
A man has pleaded guilty to vandalizing the tourist favorite “Bewitched” statue in Salem, Massachusetts.
Firefighters have rescued a 13-year-old blind dog that fell into a hole at a California construction site.
The Houston area is apparently a haven for giant gators as another large reptile was captured wandering a neighborhood early Monday morning.