May 9, 2013 — A lingerie company says the bra has a "growth strategy" to help bust Japan's inflation problem.
May 1, 2013 — As urban chicken farms grow in popularity, many people are bringing the birds into their homes. They need the right equipment to keep them clean. So several businesses have popped up online, offering everything from custom-sized diapers and leash-ready saddles to chicken caviar.
May 1, 2013 — About 400 students from Bloomington High in Southern California showed up for prom a week early — because the invitations had the date wrong. The venue managed a makeshift party for them anyway, complete with a DJ and chicken strips.
Apr 30, 2013 — The final seconds of a 747 civilian cargo jet's disastrous takeoff from an airfield in Afghanistan Monday — resulting in a crash that killed all seven aboard — were apparently captured by a dashboard camera. In the video, the aircraft is seen in a steep climb, until it fails to gain altitude and plummets into the earth.
Apr 30, 2013 — Jacobite Cruises is now insured against damage, however unlikely, from "Nessie."
Apr 26, 2013 — Scientists have deployed hundreds of tiny, experimental robots to help with biopsies. They're as small as a speck of dust. They look like tiny ninja throwing stars. And researchers use magnets to retrieve them.
Apr 25, 2013 — A huge plastic foam head floated up to a startled Marist College crew team practicing on the Hudson River this week. No one has come forward to claim it.
Apr 23, 2013 — Stonehenge is seeking general manager to maintain "dignity of stones" and speak to Druids. Robert Siegel and Audie Cornish have more on what the job entails and how the selection is made.
Apr 19, 2013 — A Michigan judge who held himself in contempt when his cellphone went off in the courtroom recently said judges are not above the rules. This week, an Oregon judge showed that jurors aren't above the rules, either. During a trial in Salem, the judge saw a juror's pocket glowing. The juror, who had been texting, was held in contempt and spent the day in jail instead of the courtroom.
Apr 19, 2013 — Joe Berti traveled to Boston for that city's marathon and crossed the finish line seconds before the first bomb exploded. He was OK and returned home to Texas — where he was close enough to a fertilizer plant to see it explode Wednesday night.