20 Tons Of Nutella Stolen From Truck In GermanyAccording to reports, over 20 tons of Nutella and chocolate eggs were stolen from a refrigerated trailer in the town of Neustadt.
Human Remains Discovered In Aruba After 12 Years In Natalee Holloway SearchNatalee's father Dave Holloway and investigator T.J. Ward announced the discovery Wednesday, following an 18-month investigation.
Many Nurses Lack Knowledge Of Health Risks For New Moms, Study SaysThe nationwide study says many life-threatening complications go without warning when new moms leave the hospital.
Amtrak Solar Eclipse Train Sells Out In Just 22 HoursAmtrak says a special train ride taking passengers along the route of the Aug. 21 solar eclipse sold out in less than a day.
World War II Vet Gets Home Makeover And Free Trip From VolunteersA World War II veteran in Austin, Texas has received a helping hand from thankful volunteers in his community.
American Denies Pushing Woman Into London Bus's PathAn American investment banker says he's not the suspect who was caught on camera pushing a woman into the path of a London bus.
Using Facebook Makes You Feel Good, But Can Create Guilt, Study SaysA professor at Michigan State University is comparing the use of Facebook to an addiction.
Drinking Beer May Lead To Mental Clarity, Study SaysResearchers at the University of Graz say that a mild alcohol intoxication can help clear mental blocks and spark creative thought.
Alcohol Use And Abuse Spiking In U.S., Study SaysSpikes in overall drinking and problem drinking were especially high among women, older Americans, and minorities.
Study: Smoking Marijuana Triples Risk Of High Blood Pressure DeathA new study is warning that people who smoke marijuana have three times the risk of dying from high blood pressure than those who don't.
Loneliness, Social Isolation A Bigger Health Issue Than Obesity, Study SaysResearchers say people with a greater social connection cut their risk of premature death in half.
Many States Preparing For Historic Eclipse Like A Natural DisasterWhile millions of people are getting ready to watch the Aug. 21 eclipse, local authorities are the treating the event more like a natural disaster and are preparing for the worst.