Oddly Enough Features
No Joke: Unconscious man rode on car's trunk for miles
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) -- When police pulled over a Tennessee couple and told them a body was lying on the trunk of their car, they thought it was a joke - until they got out to look....
Bear trying to get doughnuts tears off Colorado car bumper
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) -- A bear with a sweet tooth ripped off the bumper of a car used to deliver doughnuts in Colorado then tried to claw its way through the trunk to get inside....
Dog stuck on 400-foot cliff rescued by cop using ropes
MOUNT MORRIS, N.Y. (AP) -- A dog stuck about halfway down a 400-foot cliff in a New York gorge has been rescued by a police officer who had to use ropes to reach the stranded canine....
Large inflatable obstacle course stolen in Phoenix burglary
PHOENIX (AP) -- Phoenix police are investigating the theft of a large multicolored inflatable obstacle course....
Governor says no road sign for monument? Fans hang 1 instead
BENEDICTA, Maine (AP) -- Maine's governor is refusing to allow road signs to be installed for a new national monument, so supporters of the park are taking matters into their own hands....
What's that fowl smell? Truck spills chicken parts in Maine
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) -- There's a fowl smell wafting through Maine's largest city....
Missing earring halts Philadelphia TV weather forecast
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- A Philadelphia meteorologist has a TV news anchor to thank for finding an earring that fell off during her live forecast....
Police: Woman caused $350K in damage at ex-husband's home
WOODSTOCK, N.Y. (AP) -- State police have charged a 61-year-old New York woman with causing more than $350,000 in damage to artwork, antiques and other personal property at her ex-husband's home....
Used clothing store gets surprise donation of marijuana
MAPLEWOOD, Minn. (AP) -- Someone apparently inadvertently donated more than 100 grams of marijuana when they dropped off some used children's clothes at a suburban Minneapolis shop....
President Trump's first proposed budget calls for $3.6 trillion cuts in government spending over the next decade in hope for a balanced budget, taking aim at social programs like healthcare, food stamps and housing for the poor while boosting the military, border defense and law enforcement. Critics say the Trump proposal would plunge the country back into recession and rip the social safety net away from people who need it most. The administration counters that the plan puts "taxpayers first" who shouldn't have to subsidize able-bodied people not contributing to the workforce.
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