The First Lady seems poised for Bollywood. During a Presidential visit to India Mrs. Obama impressed with her dance moves during a performance by in honor of Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights.
Edison Peña, one of the 33 Chilean miners trapped underground for 69 days, flew to New York City to compete in the rigorous 26-mile marathon and he ended up finishing it in 5 hours and 40 minutes.
Peña ran while trapped in the mine, sometimes 6 or 7 miles a day. He says he didn't want to just wait around to be saved.
Oh lord! The world's largest statue of Jesus Christ was erected in the calm and quiet town of Swiebodzin, Poland. After months of obstacles and controversy, the monument was unveiled Saturday to mixed emotions but the town's mayor is confident the structure will attract tourists.
A pit bull parade in Austin, Texas is out to prove that this dog breed is more bark than bite. Local non-profit "Love-A-Bull" organized the event in which 300 dogs and their owners took part. Their message is that any dog can turn aggressive without proper training.
One Michigan Powerball winner may wish to remain anonymous. The $128 Million winning ticket was purchased at an adult entertainment store. Whoever won the prize will be indentified when they claim their money as Michigan does not allow Powerball winners to stay anonymous.