Police: Woman made lewd comments to Easter Bunny

Mar 27, 2018

Police say an Ohio woman has been arrested for making lewd comments to an Easter Bunny

Poland marks new holiday for Poles who saved Jews in WWII

Mar 24, 2018

Polish officials held prayers and ceremonies honoring Poles who gave shelter and aid to Jews during the Holocaust as the country for the first time marked a new national holiday in their memory

Kosovo's Sufi Dervish order celebrates the new year, spring

Mar 23, 2018

Members of an Islamic dervish order in southern Kosovo have been holding their main annual celebration to mark the new year and spring, with a religious ceremony that includes hypnotic chanting, swaying and the piercing of cheeks with long metal needles

Sheriff's officer accuses Punxsutawney Phil of deception

Mar 23, 2018

A Pennsylvania sheriff's officer has put up a wanted poster for Punxsutawney Phil

On Israeli posters, Paddington Bear gets kosher for Passover

Mar 22, 2018

On some posters advertising the new film, "Paddington 2," the British bear Paddington Bear is being given a kosher-for-Passover makeover

Syrian rebels to evacuate opposition-held town in Ghouta

Mar 21, 2018

Rebel spokesman and Syrian government say hundreds of rebels will begin evacuating a besieged town in eastern Ghouta, the first instance of fighters leaving the opposition stronghold east of the capital following a deal reached with the government

Muslim engineer sues after Kansas flap over Malaysian flag

Mar 19, 2018

A Muslim aircraft engineer has sued the Spirit Boeing Employees Association for religious discrimination stemming a party at the group's recreational lake in Wichita

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar joins St Patrick's Parade

Mar 18, 2018

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar joined along as Manhattan's Fifth Avenue came alive with the sound of bagpipes, trumpets and lots of green Saturday during the 257th running of New York City's St. Patrick's Day parade

Governor disagrees with parole of ex-radical who killed cops

Mar 18, 2018

Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he disagrees strongly with a parole board's decision to grant parole to an ex-radical convicted in the 1971 killings of two police officers

Chicago River dyed green for St. Patrick's Day

Mar 17, 2018

The Chicago River has been dyed a bright shade of green, kicking off the city's St. Patrick's Day festivities


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