For those who had a short week last week because of Columbus Day, welcome to a full week. We've crawled the Web to find some interesting stories that may not be top headlines but are notable, and in some cases, worth a laugh.
Since Virginia became the first state to require girls to receive the human papillomavirus vaccine in 2007, the measure has been considered for legislative repeal year after year.
The main terminal of Anchorage's largest airport was evacuated Sunday after a man made comments about a bomb, which he later said were meant to be taken as a joke.
After years of fake blood, sweat and painted-on tears, monster designer Georgette Gaynor is ready to call it quits with designing demons to concentrate on less macabre fare - her bridal floral business.
They’re big and burly and knock people down to the ground for a living. But during October, NFL players flaunt their feminine sides by sporting pink equipment that they also sell to raise funds for breast cancer charities. A whole whopping 5 percent from each purchase gets donated.