Oddly Enough Features
Kellogg's unveils Pop-Tarts pizza, tacos at NYC cafe
NEW YORK (AP) -- Pop-Tarts might not just be for breakfast anymore....
Ohio policeman answers girl's request for math homework help
MARION, Ohio (AP) -- The mother of a 10-year-old Ohio girl who messaged police on Facebook for help with math homework says the responding officer's engaging approach is what counts, though his math was a little off....
Altar in Mexico town hides illegal fuel tap
MEXICO CITY (AP) -- Altars to the Virgin of Guadalupe are ubiquitous at businesses across Mexico. Now federal police say one has even been used in a gasoline smuggling racket in the central state of Puebla....
Lieutenant governor gets resignation letter _ from husband
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) -- New Jersey's lieutenant governor has received a letter of resignation - from her husband....
Cops: Philly man made up abduction story to spur theft probe
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Philadelphia police say a man made up a story that he had been carjacked with a child in his vehicle because he wanted police to work more urgently to find the car....
Follow that horse: German police track manure to culprit
BERLIN (AP) -- Police in Bavaria say they were able to track down a man responsible for a hit-and-run by following the hoof prints and manure left behind by the horse pulling his carriage....
Cute calf video draws activists fearful of animal's fate
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) -- So much for sharing the good news about a newborn calf named Pitcher Diego....
Mom mails garbage to college student who didn't empty trash
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. (AP) -- A Pennsylvania college student got a reminder to take out the trash when his mother sent him some garbage in a care package....
Single mom dresses the part at 'Dads and Donuts' event
ST. GEORGE, Utah (AP) -- A single mom is generating attention online after she donned a mustache, dressed up like a dad for a school breakfast event and posed for photos with her son....
2nd orange alligator pops up in the Carolinas
CALABASH, N.C. (AP) -- For the second time this month, a rust-colored alligator has turned up in the Carolinas....
State Sen. John Eichelberger a Republican chairman of the Education Committee is under fire for comments suggesting that minority students in inner city public schools struggling to succeed in college, should instead be encouraged to pursue vocational careers. His remarks drew fire from Democratic colleagues, calling them demeaning and alarming for someone with influence over educational policies for the state. Eichelberger says he blames failing urban school systems, not their students' skin color for why graduates falter in college.
Do you agree with Sen. McCain that President Trump's attacks on the media is to suppress a free press or is the accusation levied a political vendetta?