The Leo Frigo Memorial Bridge closed Wednesday after one of its supporting piers began to sink, causing the bridge to sag along a 400-foot stretch of the road. Authorities say the Green Bay, Wisconsin bridge could be closed for up to a year.
A "new" photo of Abraham Lincoln at the Gettysburg Address has been identified, according to Christopher Oakley, a professor at the University of North Carolina-Asheville, who made the alleged find. Oakley's claim butts up against that of John Richter, who said in 2007 that the same photo contains Lincoln, but identifies a different man in the photo as being the president.
In August, a dog named Puppy Doe was found brutally tortured and starved near a park in Quincy, Mass. Authorities offer a $5,000 reward for anyone with information that could lead to the dog killer’s capture.
The U.S. almost detonated an atomic bomb over North Carolina in 1961. A secret document released under the Freedom of Information Act reveals just how close the error was to becoming a total catastrophe.
The Biblical-era town of Dalmanutha may have been discovered on the coast of the Sea Of Galilee, say British archaeologists. Ken Dark from the University of Reading in England says that archaeological remains and pottery point to a prosperous town that lasted from Biblical times until centuries later.
A watermelon stolen from a farm in Harford County, Md., weighed a whopping 150 pounds and was worth more than $1,500. The owner of the massive fruit planned to use the watermelon’s seeds to start a watermelon farm in Kenya.
Teens stopped a kidnapping in Texas after they noticed a woman mouthing, “Help me,” from the backseat of a moving car. Aaron Arias and Jamal Harris immediately called 911 and followed the car for miles down the highway until police arrived.