A recent Korean Air flight was delayed when its chairman’s daughter, who was also vice president responsible for cabin service at the airline, ordered a senior crew member off the plane. The crime? Allowing her and other passengers in the pointy end of the aircraft to be served bagged macadamia nuts instead of nuts on a plate.
Photographs of two people who are sought in connection with the death of a 51-year-old man whose body was found Saturday evening behind a Green Valley Grocery were released Tuesday by Las Vegas police.
More than 40% of a sample of U.S. adults believe that flu vaccines can give you the flu, and even correcting that myth might not convince them to get the vaccine, a new survey suggests.
Developers of a new biometric scanning system that verifies passenger identities at airports are the first to admit that some customers like the idea of having their irises scanned because it looks so cool.
President Barack Obama slipped into the role of late night talk show host on Monday, nudging Stephen Colbert away from his perch during an appearance on the comedian’s satirical program and poking fun at himself in the process.
Chalk up another oddball appearance with David Letterman for actor Joaquin Phoenix, who announced his “engagement” on the CBS late-night host’s talk show only to say hours later on Tuesday that it was a joke.
The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation and the Panola County Sheriff’s Office are seeking phone records and witnesses to find out who fatally lit a teenage girl on fire.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton was hospitalized in fair condition with two transverse process fractures in his lower back and no further internal injuries after he was involved in an auto accident on Tuesday afternoon in Charlotte, N.C.
Actor and comedian Robin Williams, who committed suicide in August, was the third-most discussed topic overall in the U.S., after the global Ebola virus outbreak and the “ice bucket challenge” viral-video phenomenon in support of ALS research, according to Facebook.
Obamacare consultant Jonathan Gruber apologized on Tuesday for remarks in which he referred to “the stupidity of the American voter” and told a congressional committee that President Barack Obama’s signature healthcare law was not passed in a deceptive manner.