The Remarkable Tale of Hunter, the Real-Life Rescue Dog

Ken Layne · 11/19/13 11:38AM

Wives and husbands come and go, children leave, friends fade into abstractions on Facebook. The dog is generally there for life, all of his or all of yours, whichever comes first. Hunter, who died Sunday night at home and surrounded by his people, was there for life. It was really his second life, which began when I pulled his numb body from a freezing, half-empty swimming pool 10 years ago this month.

Man in Critical Condition After Queen Hosts Corgi Petting Party

Caity Weaver · 07/10/13 02:30PM

A groundskeeper at Sandringham House, a private residence in Norfolk where the royal family gathers every year for the most regimented Christmas fun one could ever imagine, remains in critical condition after falling off a riding lawnmower and becoming submerged in a small lake on the property on Monday.

At Least 13 Drowned in Capsized Riverboat on the Amazon

Maggie Lange · 04/19/13 03:30PM

At least 13 people drowned when a boat capsized earlier today on a tributary near the mouth of the Amazon river in Brazil. Most of the passengers were asleep below-deck when the overcrowded boat flipped over, due to strong river currents.

The Natalie Wood Drowning Case Has Been Reopened

Seth Abramovitch · 11/17/11 10:04PM

Thanksgiving, 1981. Natalie Wood spends the weekend on Splendour, the yacht she shared with husband Robert Wagner, docked at Catalina Island. With the couple is Christopher Walken, with whom she was shooting Brainstorm, a sci-fi film which would be her last.