In the spirit of Halloween, we’ve rounded up some crazy laws governing superstitions, the supernatural, even sports in graveyards.
From tombstone taunting to flammable flocks, if you want a real fright this Halloween, take a look at some of these scary-real lawsuits.
In the 1950s, TV’s many popular quiz shows were found to be rigged, prompting Congress to pass laws in response to the quiz show scandals.
Workers’ compensation provides protection to workers hurt on the job, but sometimes it gives rise to logic-defying cases.
Advice is only as good as the person giving it, right? One Reddit user forgot that age-old wisdom when he sought divorce advice on the site.
A look at the top political scandals in recent U.S. history, including former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin’s recent corruption case.
Spite houses, many built in the 18th and 19th century, are often oddly shaped and built with the express purpose of annoying the neighbors.
John Boehner plans to sue President Obama over his use of executive orders. But has Obama really signed more orders than other presidents?
Performers put themselves at risk with each death-defying stunt, while carnival-goers face dangers from unsafe rides and unsanitary food.
It’s your lawn, and it’s a free country. So no one can tell your garden gnomes and plastic pink flamingos where to go — right?