A couple of mountain bikers are taking the descent in the Sacred Valley of the Incas in Cusco, Peru. It's a breathtaking ride but for this rider, it was almost his last.
Jesus, not exactly a good surprise.
An officer shows amazing restraint when dealing with a traffic stop and things escalate very quickly.
Pull your pants up, it's science time. A scientist was filming a cell division when a tardigrade swooped in and ate it up. Tardigrades aka "water bears" are microscopic animals capable of surviving the most extreme environments. Scientists have mapped out their genome and found it to contain more foreign DNA than any other animal.
Bully Gets Armbarred After Picking On The Wrong Kid
Footage shows the final moments of a 13-year-old Muay Thai fighter who was killed with a deadly five-punch combo at an event on Saturday night.
Anucha Tasako - in dark black shorts - was fighting Nitikron Sonde also 13, in the bout in Samut Prakan, Thailand, but started struggling in the third row and had already been knocked down.
Mobile phone footage from spectators shows how Anucha was pinned against the ropes with two right hooks, before being knocked out with a third right hook.
With the referee still watching, the opponent delivers yet another right hook against Anucha's limp body. He then throws a left-hook which sends Anucha crashing to the ground.
The teenager - who was not fighting with protective headgear - was rushed to Bang Chak Hospital but after medics recognised a severe head injury, he was transferred to Samut Prakan Hospital.
He was diagnosed with a severe intracerebral haemorrhage and died the next day.
The death has reignited controversy over the sport, where children start fighting from a young age - motivated by dreams of glory and wealth.
What wildfire has done to California.
Grand Rapids, MI - Adam Nolin, the man accused of killing his girlfriend, and shooting at police before he was hit by a patrol car, has been discharged from the hospital and is jailed.
His mugshot shows obvious injuries sustained Thursday, Sept. 27, when he got into a shootout with police on the S-Curve of U.S. 131.
A Grand Rapids police officers ran him down while he was shooting at police.
He suffered multiple injuries.
Wyoming police say he shot and killed his girlfriend, Tia Randall, 27, a mother of two, at their home in Creekside Estates mobile home park, near Clyde Park Avenue SW and 52nd Street.
Muskogee police on Thursday released excerpts of officer body camera footage and 911 recordings from a fatal officer-involved shooting earlier this week.
The morning of September 22, 2017, Cristopher Precopia went to work at a lumber yard in Georgetown. By the end of the day, he was in jail facing 99 years in prison. But he didn't know why. Why had police come to his work and arrested him? Why was he being accused of these horrible crimes? Who was accusing him? She said he broke into her home in Temple. She said he sliced an "X" into her chest with a box cutter. She said it happened on Sept. 20, 2017 around 7:20 p.m.
A Florida drug suspect has been ridiculed online for having an enormous neck after his mugshot was shared on Facebook. Charles Dion McDowell, 31, was arrested in northern Florida for allegedly fleeing from police and being in possession of drugs. The Escambia County Sheriff's Office posted the mugshot of Charles Dion McDowell on the department's Facebook page Tuesday afternoon.
The teenage girl, who has not been named, injured her hip when she was flung from the ride and was taken to a nearby hospital but is in a stable condition.
Shocking CCTV captures a group of yobs attack a man thought to be a bouncer during a vicious brawl outside a pub.
The fight happened near the Lingmell Inn in West Derby, Liverpool at around 11pm on Saturday.
Five men - four of whom wearing dark clothing - can be seen in the footage walking towards the pub.
Two of them then repeatedly kick and punch the man, believed to be a bouncer, despite him already being on the floor.
Liverpool Echo says one of the yobs appears to bite the victim's ear as he lies stricken on the floor.
The same thug punches the man repeatedly again afterwards.
Four friends protesting against pedestrians being banned from crossing a bridge, dressed up as a bus and walked across.
The prank took place on the Golden Horn Bridge in Vladivostok in Russia and saw the four men walk their cardboard creation from one side to the other.
The bridge is the quickest way to the city centre, but people on foot were banned just two days after it opened, with all lanes opened to traffic.
It opened across the Golden Horn Bay back in August 2012, when pedestrians were given 48 hours to enjoy the bridge before it was made just for vehicles.
The number of people unaccounted for due to the California wildfires has surged to 630.
The blazes, which have completely destroyed the northern Californian town of Paradise, are the deadliest and most destructive the state has ever witnessed.
At least 63 people have been confirmed dead in the Camp Fire, which erupted a week ago in the drought-parched Sierra foothills, and now ranks as one of the most lethal single US wildfires since the turn of the last century.
The high death toll is down to the staggering speed with which the wind-driven flames sped through Paradise, which has a population of 27,000.
Nearly 12,000 homes and buildings, including most of the town, were incinerated last Thursday night hours after the blaze erupted, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection has said.
Most motorists in Britain can feel their blood boiling at the sight of a speed camera.
However, once they've calmed down, they would probably recognise they are an important tool in keeping us safe on our roads.
Gloucestershire Police hit the headlines this week unveiling their new weapon - Britain's biggest speed camera that can film a car a THOUSAND metres away.
Similar long-range cameras are already in use and Jamie Waller, a reporter at Grimsby Live, went behind the scenes to find out what it's like inside the hi-tech vans.
When I agreed to spend the day inside a mobile speed camera van with Humberside Police, I didn’t know what to expect.
Would they be “cash cows” as many people call them, or are they simply enforcing the law of the roads?
“Nobody hates speed cameras – they just hate getting caught.”
That’s how Camera Technician Enforcement Officer Tommy – not his real name – summed it up to me when I met him at the break of dawn.
A furious motorist filmed himself ranting at a police officer following a driving dispute and told him "you've got a small c***".
The footage shows the driver, incandescent with rage, screaming at the officer that he was driving like a "moron".
He says he hates the police and that they should get away from him, seeming highly irritated and angry at a pair of officers.
One officer eventually loses his cool and engages in a tit-for-tat dispute with the unidentified man over driving skills.
The clip is believed to have been filmed in the West Yorkshire Police area and was recently uploaded to social media.
Democrat Senator Kamala Harris compares ICE to the KKK during a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee hearing to consider the nomination of Ronald Vitello to be the director of ICE
The NYPD arrested the man for shouting anti-Semitic slurs at a man in Brooklyn on Thursday morning.
50-year-old woman refused a bottle of wine on board a plane launched into a racist tirade against staff and claimed she was an "international criminal lawyer" who would take them to court.
In the video, uploaded to Twitter by a fellow passenger, the woman, who appears to be from either Britain or Ireland, is seen shouting expletive-laden threats at Air India staff.
The blonde, bare-footed woman yelled that she would "p--- all over" the flight attendants in court, and called a female staff member a "Indian f---ing money-grabbing b------", who she threatened to "turn inside out".
The passenger, who appeared to be flying in business class, also claimed to be a "leader of the f---ing boycott movement" and said she would arrange a boycott of Air India because they refused her a "wee bottle of wine".
A New Jersey couple and a homeless veteran caught in an acrimonious battle over more than $400,000 in donations to a GoFundMe fundraiser have been charged with second-degree felonies for allegedly fabricating the story that got them the money in the first place.
The couple, Katelyn McClure and Mark D'Amico, and Johnny Bobbitt Jr. have been charged with second-degree theft by deception and conspiracy to commit theft by deception.
The story of the trio's chance meeting — the selflessness of a destitute man and the altruism of the couple hoping to get him back on his feet — was "irresistibly heartwarming," Scott Coffina (Burlington County Prosecutor) observed, adding that it successfully "hoodwinked a lot of people" and bilked them out of generous donations made in good faith.
Will the fake news media protect the pastor because he is a black man and represents black people in his church? Or does being a Christian and being against men dressing as women in his church nullify his blackness? This story is breaking now and will get interesting. I expect the fake news media will throw him under the bus with many protests to come.
More than two-years after Hillary Clinton refused to answer some of Judicial Watch's questions about her email server, a judge is stepping in to make her comply. One America's Kara McKinney has the latest on the lawsuit.
The Sri Lankan parliament descended into chaos in Colombo on Thursday, as dozens of MPs exchanged blows over the disputed Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa.
Footage shows MPs shouting at each other, and exchanging punches and kicks. One lawmaker was reportedly hospitalised and another accused of brandishing a knife during the brawl.
According to reports, more than 50 lawmakers were involved in the fight.
On Wednesday, the country's lawmakers passed a no-confidence vote against newly appointed Prime Minister Rajapaksa, removing the official and his cabinet from their posts. However, the supporters of Rajapaksa refused to recognise the legitimacy of the vote.
The Washington County sheriff's office has released dash-cam that show a shootout with a gunman Sunday. The agency said on Facebook that Sheriff Tim Helder chose to release the footage because bystander has already been posted online and "because of the great public interest it has generated." The , viewable above, also includes 911 audio and shots of the bullet holes in Washington County Cpl. Brett Thompson's vehicle. "We are so thankful Corporal Thompson, all other officers who were involved, as well as citizens who were in the areas of the incident, were unharmed," the statement on Facebook noted. Police identified the gunman as Luis Cobos-Cenobio, 29. He faces four charges of attempted capital murder and one charge each of fleeing, terroristic act, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement placed a hold on Cobos-Cenobio. Calls to the immigration office in Fort Smith were not answered Monday. He shot at law enforcement officers during a car chase that started in Tontitown and ended in Springdale, according to a news release from the Police Department. No officers were injured, but they did return fire. Cobos-Cenobio had an injury to his shoulder when he was arrested at the intersection of South Thompson Street and Don Tyson Parkway, according to the news release.
The incident started at 12:43 p.m. after Thompson attempted to pull over a green Saturn driving north on South Barrington Road near Steele Road in Tontitown for a traffic violation, according to a Washington County sheriff's office news release. The area is south of U.S. 412 and west of Interstate 49. Cobos-Cenobio eventually stopped the car on Steele Road. When Thompson got out of his patrol vehicle, Cobos-Cenobio opened his car door and began shooting, at which point Thompson returned fire, according to a news release from the sheriff's office. Cobos-Cenobio fled, then stopped a short distance later and let a female passenger out of the car before taking off again. A Springdale police officer spotted the car at 1:11 p.m. north of Lake Fayetteville. Cobos-Cenobio again shot at officers, according to the Springdale release. The Fayetteville Police Department and Arkansas State Police joined the chase that went into Fayetteville and back to Springdale. Cobos-Cenobio stopped the car and surrendered to police. He was treated at Northwest Medical Center and taken to the Washington County jail.
Want to see the type of people currently teaching the youth of America "how to think"? Look at this raging lunatic who lost it on her class over pomegranates.
Democratic National Committee CEO Seema Nanda responded "I don't know" to a question on Tuesday about how Democrats would pay for a single-payer health care system.
Nanda attended Yahoo Finance’s All Markets Summit: America’s Financial Future event in Washington, D.C., where she was asked by Rick Newman, the moderator and a senior columnist, about concerns regarding the cost of a single-payer system.
"It would be very expensive, so, if this is going to be a winning issue for Democrats in 2020, how do you answer the question of how are you going to pay for this?" Newman asked. "Because there have been studies, credible studies that say it would cost $3 trillion a year. You would have to double everybody’s taxes or maybe triple everybody’s taxes. How do you answer the cost question?"
"I don’t think we’re there yet," Nanda acknowledged. She then pivoted to castigate the "irresponsible" Republican tax cuts and said Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R., Ky.) would target Medicare, Social Security, and Medicaid next.
"So, you know, your answer is I don’t know how we’re going to get there, but these are all big conversations that we need to be engaged in," Nanda added.
One thing you will never see in a Muslim Mosque, Christians being allowed to do their prayers and spread the word of the bible. But that isn't the case for this catholic church in the UK. Look at the congregation was forced to hear the Muslim prayer and words of Islam while going to church!
Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC), the assistant Democratic leader, said Thursday that "dog whistles" were being used to oppose him in his campaign to be the next House majority whip, something he never expected to come from friends and fellow Democrats.
Even CNN admits that Democrats can't possibly have enough votes to win either of the elections, so they're trying to change Florida laws via liberal judges in order to make it happen.
In a video caught on a guy's dashcam, a lady runs a red light and gets t-boned by a vehicle going at high speed. The man who got hit was groggy, disoriented and had a lot of chest pain but managed to walk away from the accident and onto the sidewalk.
The delivery rider was dropping off a KFC order in Moston, north Manchester, on Saturday afternoon when he was set upon by around 10 youngsters. He said members of the gang punched his back and kicked his ankles after their accomplice stole his phone. His bike was then stolen after he jumped off it and ran after them during the robbery.
The Washington County sheriff's office has released dash-cam video that show a shootout with a gunman Sunday.
The agency said on Facebook that Sheriff Tim Helder chose to release the footage because bystander video has already been posted online and "because of the great public interest it has generated.
" The video, viewable above, also includes 911 audio and shots of the bullet holes in Washington County Cpl. Brett Thompson's vehicle.
"We are so thankful Corporal Thompson, all other officers who were involved, as well as citizens who were in the areas of the incident, were unharmed," the statement on Facebook noted.
Police identified the gunman as Luis Cobos-Cenobio, 29. He faces four charges of attempted capital murder and one charge each of fleeing, terroristic act, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement placed a hold on Cobos-Cenobio. Calls to the immigration office in Fort Smith were not answered Monday. He shot at law enforcement officers during a car chase that started in Tontitown and ended in Springdale, according to a news release from the Police Department.
No officers were injured, but they did return fire. Cobos-Cenobio had an injury to his shoulder when he was arrested at the intersection of South Thompson Street and Don Tyson Parkway, according to the news release.
A malfunctioning Ferris wheel in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, caused two of the gondolas to topple over and send their riders falling out.
A New York man is millions of dollars richer after coming forward with a winning Powerball lottery ticket. Robert Bailey, of Harlem, revealed himself as the man who bought the ticket for the Oct. 27 drawing.
The 67-year-old retired federal employee bought the ticket at a deli in his neighborhood and says he has been playing the same numbers for more than 25 years. He will take a lump sum payment, which leaves him with more than $125 million.
This is the bizarre moment an alleged pervert started sniffing and tasting a woman's hair as they rode together in the lift.
The 23-year-old crept up behind the terrified female after she boarded the elevator at the Jingcun Community Building apartment block in Yunlin County, Taiwan on November 7.
He allegedly told her she had a spider on her head, then spent two minutes sniffing her black hair and even putting it in his mouth as she stood paralysed with fear.
The young woman eventually fled to the safety of her room and recounted the ordeal to her boyfriend who stormed over to the building's security guards.
Abattoir workers have been filmed using animal pens as toilets and throwing baby lambs around like toys in these shocking scenes exposed by a Spanish welfare organisation.
A schoolboy was pinned to the bonnet of a car on the way home from school and forced to apologise after he was punched in the head by a bully.
Other youngsters can be heard jeering and laughing in four videos which emerged on social media of the attack in a residential street in London.
People commenting on the footage slammed drivers who went past without
In the footage, the bully tries to make his younger-looking counterpart face the camera and apologise for something.
He says: “Will you say it again please? One more time. Face the camera, come on. This car will be the next one I strangle you on. Say sorry.”
The victim then pleads “relax bruv” but the assault continues.
“Get the f**k off me bruv,” the bully goes on.
“I’ll get reported. Report me, go on. Report me to the camera. Three, two, one, action.”
An innocent pedestrian could have been killed after being shoved into the path on oncoming taxi on a busy London street.
In this disturbing footage, a car is seen slamming its brakes on to avoid running over the person as he lands head first on to the road.
The footage shows the victim walking on the pavement at around 8am.
He is then shoved, from behind, into the road and narrowly avoids being hit by a taxi.
Officers say they have learnt from the victim that before the incident, he brushed shoulders and exchanged words with a suspect in New Bridge Street.
The victim continued to walk down the road on his way to work but he was followed by the suspect who then pushed him towards the oncoming cars, according to police.
Incredible dash cam footage shows a stolen vintage car being chased around the streets by a police car.
The 51-year-old Morris Minor can be seen swerving around traffic and narrowly avoiding other vehicles as the driver attempted to escape police.
The driver, who sped through Bradford, West Yorkshire, has not been caught, but the car was later recovered.
The footage was uploaded to Twitter by West Yorkshire Police's road policing unit with the comment: "It's not every day you have a pursuit with a 51-year-old stolen Morris Minor.
"Fagley area of Bradford.
"Can anybody explain how it didn't crash at this junction?"