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Thursday, Sep 20

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Cathay Pacific Airways misspells company name on plane

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Someone at the Hong Kong-based airliner got an F in spelling. The company tweeted an image showing the 'f' missing in Pacific.

Wednesday, Sep 19

04

New York City "flood rat" takes the internet by storm – literally

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Rodent can be seen inside a New York City subway station as water pours in from a rainstorm Tuesday

Tuesday, Sep 18

19

Elderly man fights off would-be robbers at betting shop

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A fearless great-grandfather is being hailed as a hero after surveillance footage showed him scaring three weapon-wielding robbers from a betting shop in Ireland

Tuesday, Sep 4

17

Stolen "Wizard of Oz" ruby slippers found after 13 years

The slippers were stolen from the Judy Garland Museum in Grand Rapids, Minnesota, the town where the actress was born

Thursday, Aug 30

22

Halle Berry spots herself in Prince Harry's dorm

Newly resurfaced photos of Prince Harry in his boarding school dorm room show that the royal had a celebrity crush: Halle Berry, who spotted a picture of herself on his wall

Monday, Aug 27

19

Rubber Ducks Fundraiser

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A dump truck spilled thousands of rubber duckies onto a Slip 'N Slide in Illinois -- and the odd sight was for a good cause.

Monday, Aug 20

20

Dozens of men duped by woman on Tinder

CBS News / U.S.

A man chronicled his odd Tinder interaction with a woman who invited him – and dozens of other men – to an unexpected group dating competition

Friday, Aug 17

01

"The Office" star roasts nephew for using her photo in his Tinder profile

CBS News / Health

Dwight probably wouldn't be too happy about this, too

Wednesday, Aug 15

17

Girl spends $350 on toys using mom's Amazon account

CBS News / U.S.

A sneaky 6-year-old girl from Utah bought over $300 worth of toys behind her parents' backs, and now they're making her pay it forward

Tuesday, Aug 14

20

First Ford Mustang owner's car is now worth at least $350,000

CBS News / U.S.

Gail Wise said she "felt like a movie star" at age 22 when she purchased the vehicle in 1964 for $3,447.50

Monday, Aug 13

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14-year-old boy uses legal quirk to run for Vermont governor

CBS News / U.S.

Ethan Sonneborn, a Democrat and teenager, says that Vermonters should take him seriously despite his age

Saturday, Aug 11

21

Schools dismissed early due to Beyoncé and Jay-Z concert

Six schools in South Carolina will have a half day Aug. 21 because Beyoncé and Jay-Z will be in town -- and their concert is expected to create a lot of traffic

Friday, Aug 10

23

Nintendo's Luigi appears to be killed in broadcast, fans freak out

A trailer for an upcoming game showed the apparent demise of Mario's twin brother, but Nintendo chimed in Wednesday with a tweet that said simply, "Luigi is okay"

Wednesday, Aug 8

22

Cows chase suspect being pursued by cops

CBS News / SciTech

A woman accused of stealing an SUV in Florida fled on foot, only to find herself in a pasture being chased by the cops and a herd of cows

Old Aerosmith van found in small New England town

Aerosmith's old tour van from the 1970s has been found, but if you want to own it, dream on – the hosts of "American Pickers" snapped it up

Monday, Aug 6

21

2 elderly men sneak out of nursing home to attend heavy metal festival

CBS News / SciTech

The Wacken Open Air is the largest heavy metal festival in the world. And among its rockers were two elderly men who ditched their nursing home to rage on

Thursday, Aug 2

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Teen gets Tom Brady's signature tattooed

A 19-year-old self-described "die hard" Patriots fan made her love for the team's star quarterback permanent. On Monday she met Tom Brady for a few seconds but the moment will last a lifetime because she had him sign her arm and got the…

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Man says his SUV was hit because of Trump bumper sticker

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Says another driver called him racist and bunch of curses, then rammed his vehicle; she's facing charges

Friday, Jul 27

23

Zoo in Egypt accused of painting donkeys to look like zebras

CBS News / SciTech

A zoo in Egypt is accused of trying to fool visitors by painting zebra stripes on donkeys. Zoo officials insist the animals are zebras, but experts say otherwise.

Thursday, Jul 26

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Man wearing "Sandlot" shirt unknowingly meets film's stars

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True fans of the iconic baseball film "The Sandlot" will recognize the cast members even decades after the film's premier -- except for this man, who unknowingly took a selfie with stars of the 1993 film, while wearing a Sandlot T-shirt

Wednesday, Jul 25

14

Alleged wedding gifts thief tripped up by Facebook

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Newlyweds Chance and Katherine Stockstill say they had $2,000 in gifts in storage unit broken into in heist caught on video

Thursday, Jul 19

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6 nurses in same hospital unit find out they're pregnant within months of each other

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Six nurses who work at a medical center in Winston-Salem, North Carolina are sharing a serendipitous connection. All of them are pregnant and they found out within months of each other. Dana Jacobson, co-host of "CBS This Morning Saturday,…

21

Man sets record for most watermelons sliced on own stomach

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A New York City man sliced 27 watermelons in half on his own stomach in 60 seconds this week, setting a new Guinness World Record

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Man slices 27 watermelons in half on stomach for world record

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A New York City man became a real-life "fruit ninja" when he sliced 27 watermelons in half on his own stomach in 60 seconds

Tuesday, Jul 10

"I thought I was gonna die": Man gored by bull twice while checking out used car

CBS News / U.S.

Doctors told Dean King the extra weight around his belly may have saved his life

Monday, Jul 9

16

TV expert's cat jumps on head during interview

CBS News / Health

A commentator on a news program got a surprise mid-interview – his cat jumped on his head, and stayed there

Monday, Jul 2

01

"Craziest thing ever": Wave-like "shelf cloud" caught on camera

CBS News / SciTech

A wave-like cloud that was spotted barreling toward the shore in Au Train, Michigan, has been identified as a shelf cloud

Thursday, Jun 28

18

"Smelly" passenger dies of tissue necrosis after emergency landing

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Russian rock guitarist on his way home from vacation reportedly smelled so bad that other passengers began to faint and vomit

Tuesday, Jun 26

23

Man gets Reese's with no peanut butter, company responds

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An Iowa man opened up a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup only to find there was no peanut butter inside; the company learned of the snafu and sent a care package to make up for it

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Kangaroo interrupts soccer game, relaxes on field

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A kangaroo hopped into the middle of a soccer match in Australia, and when he got tired of being goalie, he decided to lounge around on the field.