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Cops: Grandma was getaway driver in robbery

A New Jersey grandmother was charged with possession of stolen property, after she allegedly was the wheel woman for her grandson and his friend during a robbery, the New York Daily News reported.

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Rare blue moon comes Friday

If anything unusual happens to you Friday, you'll be right to say it was "once in a blue moon."

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Real-life Hulk picks up car, moves it from bike lane

A man moving a parked car out of a bike lane has gone viral, garnering nearly 5 million views as of Wednesday morning.

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Man serenades cops with banjo during standoff

Unsurprisingly, there were no requests for "Free Bird" during this impromptu performance in Vancouver, Washington.

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Japan's new trend: Panty scrunchies

The newest fashion trend to hit Japan is panty scrunchies. Yes, you heard that right.

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Traffic stop leads to DUIs for driver, backseat passenger

A traffic stop of one car in Vermont over the weekend netted two drunken-driving arrests after police said a backseat passenger jumped behind the wheel.

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Texas couple's property overrun with copperhead snakes

A Texas family is dealing with an infestation of copperheads that has hundreds of the snakes slithering over their property nightly.

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Dennis Rodman endorses Trump for president

As Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign lurches from one controversy to another, the real estate mogul on Friday gained the support of a widely-recognized celebrity with experience in international diplomacy: NBA hall-of-famer Dennis Rodman.

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Bowe Bergdahl detained in pot raid

Bowe Bergdahl, held captive by the Taliban and released in an exchanged orchestrated by President Barack Obama, was involved in a marijuana raid in California.

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Feds: Philly postman didn't deliver 22,000 pieces of mail

Instead of delivering 22,000 pieces of mail, a Philadelphia postal worker brought them home, according to federal prosecutors.

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