Over budget and behind schedule, the controversial infrastructure project is running out of money; William La Jeunesse reports from Los Angeles.
A 9-year-old girl unwittingly ate, and handed out to other classmates, THC-laced candy, school officials said.
The girl brought the candies to school last Thursday and said she could not see; another girl ate them and started to feel dizzy, Albuquerque School of Excellence Dean of Elementary School Students Kristy Del Curto told KRQE.
“We noticed the student who initially brought the edible to our school was acting strange. She started saying she couldn’t see,” Del Curto said.
Three students shared one gummy and the student who handed it out had three or four pieces, Del Curto said.
Paramedics were called and monitored the students, who eventually recovered.
The student who brought them to school did not know they were medicinal, THC-laced gummies, Del Curto said.
“As marijuana becomes legal in each state, it’s going to become more and more of an issue, I believe,” Del Curto said.
A Hong Kong architect has invented what he believed to be the solution of overcrowded cities by turning concrete water pipes into tiny homes.
The OPod Tube Housing system aims to re-purpose concrete tubes measuring just over eight feet in diameter, and turn them into 'micro-homes' with 100 square feet of living space.
It is the brainchild of architect James Law of James Law Cybertecture who designed the build as a possible solution to the lack of both space and affordable housing in Hong Kong.
With a population of 6,690 people per square kilometer in 2014, Hong Kong has one of the most competitive real estate markets in the world.
A former federal prosecutor says the truth is starting to seep out about the Obama Administration’s “brazen plot to exonerate Hillary Clinton” and “frame an incoming president with a false Russian conspiracy,” according to an exclusive interview with The Daily Caller News Foundation.
Joe diGenova, a former federal prosecutor, connects the dots on former Obama administration Justice Department and FBI officials who may have “violated the law, perhaps committed crimes” to politicize law enforcement and surveillance against political opponents.
He says former FBI Director James Comey conducted a fake criminal investigation of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as they “followed none of the regular rules, gave her every break in the book, immunized all kinds of people, allowed the destruction of evidence, with no grand jury, no subpoenas, no search warrants. That’s not an investigation. That’s a Potemkin village. It’s a farce.”
DiGenova condemned the FBI for working so closely with the controversial Fusion GPS, a political hit squad paid by the DNC and Clinton campaign to create and spread the discredited Steele dossier about President Donald Trump. Without a justifiable law enforcement or national security reason, he says, the FBI “created false facts so that they could get surveillance warrants. Those are all crimes.” He adds, using official FISA-702 “queries” and surveillance was done “to create a false case against a candidate, and then a president.”
In this highly detailed video interview, he holds up an unreported April 2017 99-page FISA court opinion that “describes systematic and on-going violations of the law [by the FBI and their contractors using unauthorized disclosures of raw intelligence on Americans]. This is stunning stuff.”
DiGenova thinks Fusion GPS and Crowdstrike, the DNC’s private security firm, were among the redacted contractors of the FBI.
Director of the Office of Management and Budget Mick Mulvaney said Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer should go back to school for basic civics and learn how the government works, Monday on “America’s Newsroom.”
Fox News host Bill Hemmer questioned Mulvaney about the ongoing government shutdown. Mulvaney said it’s up to Congress, not President Donald Trump, to reopen the government.
“I heard your lead-in where Chuck Schumer said only the president can open this government,” Mulvaney said. “Mr. Schumer needs to go back and take basic civics. It is up to the Congress to fund the government. Not the president of the United States. Only the Democrats in the Senate right now hold the keys to opening the government.”
This is what happens when you're disrespectful to a 54-year-old man who is tired of you young punks talking shit and acting like your tough Fact is, most of you aren't! In this young punk just realized that awfully quickly after he gets dropped numerous times after not just disrespecting this 54-year-old man, but also the elderly woman in the seat this young punk was attempting to take.
Former US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said that while she believes the #MeToo movement is "a good thing," people need "to be a little bit careful" about how they respond to it.
"Let's not turn women into snowflakes. Let's not infantilize women," Rice insisted during an interview with CNN's David Axelrod on "The Axe Files," which airs at 7 ET Saturday night.
Rice said she didn't want "to get to a place that men start to think, 'Well, maybe it's just better not to have women around.' I've heard a little bit of that. And it, it worries me," she told Axelrod.
Following last year's downfall of Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein after sexual harassment and assault allegations, people have begun sharing their stories of sexual harassment and abuse, using the hashtag #MeToo.
Rice, the first African-American woman to become secretary of state, was careful to emphasize that she didn't want to "belittle" women who have shared their stories of sexual harassment "because we're all different."
Asked by Axelrod if she had ever been a victim of harassment, Rice said she'd "certainly had people say inappropriate things."
"I've certainly had people suggest that maybe we should just go out -- and you know -- and situations in which it was somebody more senior than I," she said.
"I've never had anyone do anything that I would consider assault. But I don't know a woman alive who hasn't had somebody say or do something that was inappropriate at best and aggressive at worst," she added.
It appears as if MSNBC is slowly realizing that most of America including those groups they think are siding with Democrats, actually don't.
Watch as more and more women begin to wake up and realize that the Democratic institution is attempting to destroy America from within by using movements such as the current feminist movement in order to take over the country.
These women are not buying it.
MSNBC isn't even attempting to hide their complete and utter lack of control when it comes to anything anti-Trump.
The liberal hack said even produced a video attempting to mock the president for a border wall that is overwhelmingly backed by the American public, especially among legal immigrants who have come from Latin American countries.
Voters in rural Pennsylvania were crucial to electing President Trump. A year after he took office, they are mostly pleased with how Trump has executed his presidency.
Voters in southwest Pennsylvania were among the most crucial in President Trump's rise to the presidency. It's coal country, and the president's pledge to boost that industry was a big part of it. But his background as a businessman who is not afraid to insult or throw a verbal punch also helped.
MSNBC aired another Joe Scarborough single Monday morning, set it to footage of the Women’s March that occurred over the weekend, and effectively kicked off the week in the most awkward way possible.
“And speaking of volatile times and protest movements, we go to break with some of the powerful images from over the weekend as millions of Americans gathered in cities and streets across the nation for the 2018 Women’s March,” Mika said as she introduced the segment with Joe on the screen.
MSNBC then played Scarborough’s newest single, “Stand,” accompanied awkwardly by nostalgic video and photos of the weekend’s Women’s March.
The song is politically motivated, and in his own words, Scarborough said the inspiration for the song comes from “the Women’s March and dedicated to those who #Resist.”
Scarborough did not create a song for the March for Life, which occurred on Friday in Washington, D.C. and attracted thousands of pro-life men and women who marched from the mall to the Supreme court. The March for Life began in 1973 to protest the Roe v. Wade Supreme court case and has happened every year since.
The Women’s March began last year to protest the Trump administration, and this year it has morphed into a “power to the polls” movement. Ironically, even though the Women’s March supposedly stands for female empowerment amid the slew of other factional issues, Linda Sarsour, a figurehead of the Women’s March, was accused of ignoring alleged workplace sexual assault.
If you honestly believed that your job was hard to do, take a gander at this video showing scuba divers working to dig an underwater trance using numerous forms of equipment including specially built excavators.
Watch how quickly the seemingly clear water turns into a mixture of water and dirt, instantly making what seems to be a somewhat difficult job that much harder.
Far left Democrat, Dick Durbin, gets repeatedly fact checked even at liberal controlled CNN after repeatedly making complete and utterly false statements about why they are government was currently shut down after Democrats refused to work with Republicans to avoid it.
Ironically, this is one of the same liberals who refuse to work with Republicans during the Obama administration's rule, and then turned around and also blamed Republicans for shutting down the government. Despite Democrats being unable to get enough votes on even their side.
Sen. Ed Markey (D-MA) insists there must be bipartisan negotiation over DACA in the spending bill to avoid a government shutdown. CNN's Erin Burnett reminds him of what Sen. Chuck Schumer, the Senate Minority Leader, said during the Obama administration.
Defense Secretary James Mattis said Friday that a government shutdown would have a "terrible impact" on the military, which he said deserved the full support of the nation.
The government appears to be on the verge of a shutdown with Republicans and Democrats at an impasse over its funding amid a larger debate about the DACA program.
Asked if a shutdown would have serious ramifications on military operations after he made remarks about national security strategy in Washington, Mattis flatly responded, "Yes."
Mattis said a number of operations would be disrupted by a shutdown, and 50 percent of his civilian workforce would be furloughed.
"That's going to impact our contracting. It'll impact obviously our medical facilities," Mattis said. "It's got a huge morale impact. How long can you keep good people around when something like this happens?"
President Donald Trump remarked Thursday that a shutdown would hurt the military most of all.
Mattis added that intelligence operations would stop, and training for the entire reserve force would also cease.
"You must understand the critical importance of our reserves. They're the only shock absorber we have," he said. "It's got a terrible impact."
"The value of the American military is grossly enhanced by the sense of the American model of government, of the people, by the people, for the people, can function and carry out its governmental responsibilities," he said.
Mattis, a retired general, said he didn't just serve in the Marine Corps but the "U.S." Marine Corps, and the military was accountable to the people and deserved its support.
"I just tell you that they deserve full support, and we have got to come to grips with this as a nation," he said.
WHITFIELD: "But then five Republicans voting against this from states where trump carried it. So, I mean, this isn’t a giant gamble, is it."
McGUIRE: "I think it is a huge gamble on the Democrat’s part. If you read The New York Times it is clear that Democrats are hoping in November people forget about the shutdown. They are gambling that people forget about this and they feel like they need to do this right now to appease their base. But hopefully by November other voters in these red states will have forgotten about it and that shows where the leverage is here and that is on the Republican side."
Senate Democrats may be willing to gamble that the public will blame Republicans for a government shutdown. After all, the GOP controls the White House and both chambers of Congress.
But beyond the election year blame game, Democratic economist Jared Bernstein warns that a shutdown could still have longer-term political fallout that his party should consider:
“The more people believe the government is fundamentally dysfunctional, the more they’ll be OK with de-funding and shrinking it (cutting tax revenues), turning federal programs over to states (“block grants”), and generally accepting the R’s narrative of a feckless government sector that wastes your tax dollars. Why, they can’t even keep the lights on! This leaves me pretty wary of any short-term advantages from blaming the other side for the shutdown, should it occur.”
If nothing else, watching the Democrats tie themselves into knots over the potential government shutdown has been pretty entertaining. Dem shutdown messaging is so convoluted they're contradicting themselves in real-time:
Hoyer just now: "I believe we should stay here and do our work."
"What is your motion?"
Hoyer: I motion to adjourn.
You can't make this stuff up!
See, that’s what’s so great. You don’t have to make it up, because it’s real. Move over, Dianne Feinstein! Democrat Rep. Steny Hoyer is going for the gold in the Self-Contradictory Olympics:
That’s pretty much how it went, yeah:
Hoyer: “I believe we ought to stay here and do our work [pause for cheers and applause]. And I believe we ought to vote to do so. And therefore, I will vote no.”
“Does the gentleman have a motion?”
Hoyer: “I have a motion … And the motion is the House do now adjourn.”
Jennifer Shutt: “The is the floor chart the House is voting on. At question is whether or not it violates House rules and/or decorum.” -- Drew McCoy: “The Democrats are claiming quoting Chuck Schumer on the floor violates the rules of decorum in the House. That's… an interesting stance.” -- That violates House decorum? For what it’s worth, the House voted, and the whiners went down in flames. -- Jennifer Shutt: “House voted 224-173 that everything is fine. Rep. Byrne is back on the floor speaking next to the chart. Every time he starts speaking Dems begin yelling and booing.” -- Yelling and booing? What was that about decorum? -- Cristina Marcos @cimarcos: “The House voted that Byrne's poster was in order. Byrne is now trying to resume his speech. But Democrats keep booing him.”
Stuart Varney: “I am royally annoyed. As a legal immigrant… my legal government is being shutdown in the interests of people who are here illegally.”
A CNN reporter admitted on Sunday that her network’s obsession with Russia is out of touch with most of the American public.
“I’m so interested to see how the Russia investigation affects things, because so far, out in these districts when you talk to people about Russia, and that’s all we talk about at CNN basically, they say they don’t care,” Maeve Reston, a national politics reporter at CNN, said on “Inside Politics.”
“It doesn’t have any effect on their lives.”
CNN, along with MSNBC, have focused heavily on the Russia investigations being conducted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller and three congressional committees.
Democratic lawmakers appear frequently on both networks to push the idea that the Trump campaign colluded with the Russian government. The network also frequently interviews contributors and analysts who speculate about possible collusion, though none have offered proof that it actually occurred.
Reston also said on Sunday that in her interviews with voters, she has seen growing confidence in the economy during President Trump’s first year in office.
“You are starting to see that uneasiness about the economy sort of dissipate,” she said.
“Remember, even in 2016 when we went out to these swing states and talked to voters, there was still this fear that things were suddenly going to turn down again.”
“You don’t feel that as much anymore.”
A construction worker had a lucky escape after he fell from a building site and was impaled on two massive iron rods - which missed his heart by an INCH.
Rajendra Pal, 21, was working on the roof of a building in Mumbai when he slipped and fell onto iron rods below, one of which went straight through his liver.
He was rushed to hospital where a three-hour operation was performed to remove the 12mm rods.
A police officer who body slammed a teenage girl to the ground at a high school is facing calls for his head.
The incident at Helix Charter High School in La Mesa, California, last week sparked outrage when video footage of the altercation went viral.
Officers were called to the school to deal with a 17-year-old girl who had been suspended but refused to leave the campus.
She was handcuffed and escorted off campus, but police say she tried to escape twice, prompting the officer to throw her to the ground and the school community have demanded he is withdrawn from duties around the grounds.
La Mesa police Chief Walt Vasquez appeared to back his colleague in a statement, which was reported in the San Diego Union Tribune, saying the school resource officer tried to get the girl to leave of her own accord.
When she refused, he ordered her to do so, but again the teenager said no, forcing him to handcuff her.
The chief said: 'As they were walking, the student became non-compliant on two separate occasions and made an attempt to free herself by pulling away from the officer.
'To prevent the student from escaping, the officer forced the student to the ground.'
But the force the officer used has been called into question.
The video clearly shows the cop throwing the girl over his shoulder down onto the concrete sidewalk below before using his body weight to pin her down.
She appears motionless on the ground and suffered what was described as 'minor abrasions'.
Police say once the girl stopped resisting, the officer helped her to her feet and they walked to a patrol car.
But the teenager's family contest the police's version of events.
This guy waited too long to try and get out of the way and almost pays with his life.
Maor Mellul an infamous Israeli criminal is seen in the footage riding with his wife on a motorbike in Koh Samui , then get hit by a silver Honda CRV jeep .
After they both fall, Maor runs to assist his fallen wife only to find out the jeep is after him by reverse. After a short chase he gets hit again, fall to the ground, at which point an attacker gets out of the jeep and stabs him. Maor died later in the hospital.
Two israelis were arrested on suspicion of the murder. Their car was found with blood stains after they tried to escape by boat and a plane, only to be stopped by immigration.
A nightclub has been shut down after a video emerged showing women stripping to their underwear and performing erotic dances.
The viral video shows a number of girls putting on a show for the men around them - reportedly so they could get free drinks.
Authorities took a dim view of the footage, filmed secretly at the Bellha club in Necochea, Argentina.
Club bosses banned cameras while the striptease was going on, but the footage captured a blonde and two brunettes writhing at the bar.
The blonde seems somewhat shy but manages a few hip gyrations, while the brunettes cuddle each other as they dance more uninhibitedly to AC/DC's Back In Black.
CCTV captured the terrifying moment a man armed with a butcher's knife began hacking at the walls of a lift at a block of flats.
Disturbing footage shows the half-naked man losing control and screaming at the top of his lungs while gesturing frenziedly.
During the 24-second rampage, he is also holding a stick and what appears to be a cigarette.
The video was recorded by a new security system installed at the government run housing block in Sydney, Australia.
A massive explosion has taken place at volcano in the Philippines leading to fears of a major eruption within days.
A huge giant mushroom-shaped cloud shot up from Mount Mayon, the country's most active volcano, today.
The explosion darkened the skies and rained ash on communities where tens of thousands have fled after warnings of an impending eruption.
The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) raised its alert on Mayon to level 4 after the explosion - meaning a hazardous eruption is imminent.
Mayon is the country's most active volcano and has been spewing ash and lava since January 13 already displacing close to 40,000 residents in the central province of Albay.
This is the terrifying moment a drunk driver narrowly missed a lamppost by millimetres when he lost control of his car in icy weather.
CCTV footage of the accident begins by showing another driver motoring along and coping perfectly well with the conditions.
Seconds later however the footage shows the vehicle being driven by the drunk driver careering down the same road in the opposite direction.
However, rather than heading in a straight line, it is already turning in towards the pavement before spinning and slamming into a wall with sickening force.
It misses a concrete lamppost by what looks like mere millimetres - narrowly avoiding tragedy.
Distressing footage shows a four-year-old boy puffing away on a cigarette at his home, like a natural.
According to neighbours the boy has been smoking for one or two years already and has been stealing them from the local shops to feed his habit.
In footage widely shared online the unnamed four-year-old can be seen sitting on a bamboo chair with his legs crossed enjoying a cigarette, while also chewing on coconut snacks.
It is reported by btime.com that the footage was taken by the boy's grandparents, who can be heard filming and laughing.
An astronaut has blown away people on social media after he was filmed 'flying' on a vacuum cleaner while aboard the International Space Station . The Russian cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov, 45, stretched out his arm like Superman for the unusual slow-motion flight - to the famous R Kelly tune. Shkaplerov was the commander of the Soyuz MS-07 spaceflight last month which took him and two other astronauts, Scott Tingle from the US and Japan's Norishige Kanai, to the ISS. He is serving the space station's Expedition 54 as a flight engineer and he will be the commander of Expedition 55.
The moment police used Tasered a man who allegedly threatened to break a cop's jaw and harm his children was streamed live to users on Facebook.
Footage captured the driver of a white sports car in a tense confrontation with more than a dozen officers.
Sean Marcellin, 24, is seen getting into an angry altercation with a plain clothed police officer in downtown Queens, New York.
Jay Brown, who shot the video, said Marcellin spoke to him before the incident and said he was about to be targeted because of his skin colour.
Much of the exchange cannot be heard but one of the officers, wearing a black hoodie, is seen brandishing a yellow Taser and pointing at Marcellin while he sat in his car, the Daily News reported.
Marcellin, becoming increasingly angry, says: "I’m going to find out where you live right now and I’ll f**k your kids up.”
The officer responds: "Is that a f***ing threat? Because I will f***king Taser you".
Marcellin was then pulled from his car and stunned.
Speaking to the camera, the same police officer later adds: “The man tells me he’s going to break my jaw.
"I asked for his license six times, he’s been refusing since then. He’s now going to get locked up, or get a summons depending on my mood. Simple as that."
Marcellin was charged with making terroristic threats, resisting arrest, obstructing governmental administration and driving without a license.
A shocking video has emerged showing a trail of blood splattered on the floor of a shopping centre following a suspected stabbing.
The busy shopping centre has been closed off and two victims are in hospital following the incident.
A Bedfordshire Police spokesman said: "We were called to reports of two men with stab wounds in The Mall, Luton at around 2.30pm today.
"A number of officers attended, along with the ambulance service and two men were taken to hospital.
"The Mall is currently closed while an investigation is ongoing.
"Anyone with any information, or anyone who was in the area at around 2.30pm and witnessed anything, is asked to call 101 quoting reference number 184 of 21 January."
Shocked residents have taken to social media following news of the incident.
One Facebook user wrote: "I dread to think what the world is going to be like in a couple of years.
"It's becoming the normal thing now, absolutely disgusting."
A third wrote: "For god's sake, knives, that's all you hear about now."
This is the horrific moment a teenager was struck by a car and thrown around 20m down the road - leaving him with life-changing injuries in a horrific hit-and-run.
CCTV footage of the shocking crash shows the teenager tossed into the air 'like a rag doll' and landing way down the road.
Police investigating the sickening crash have released the footage of the incident in a bid to trace the driver of the car who failed to stop.
The unnamed man, who is 19, was crossing the street in Derby when a dark car, believed to be an Audi A3, approached him at speed, reports the Derby Telegraph.
The man tries to run to the other side of the road to avoid the vehicle but doesn't make it.
The car ploughs into him and he is then thrown more than 20 metres in the air and across the pavement. Two men then run to help him.
The offending car then speeds off.
The harrowing incident took place at about 7.30pm on November 5 last year.
Police have never recovered the car and hope by releasing the footage, somebody who knows where it is or has information about who was driving will contact the force.
Superintendent Adrian Gascoyne said: "The man involved in this collision was just crossing the road when he was struck by a car travelling at considerable speed.
"The footage shows just how shocking the collision was.
"He is lucky to be alive, and although he survived, he was left with serious injuries and now faces a long spell of rehabilitation.
"It is absolutely essential that we bring the people responsible to justice. I would call on anyone who has information to watch the footage and put yourself in the shoes of the victim, his friends and family.
"If you know who was driving that car, or if you know where the car is now, please get in touch. Even if you just have a suspicion, that piece of the jigsaw could be the one we need."
Police would also like to talk to anybody who has a dark, possibly grey Audi A3, which had a bumper, bonnet and windscreen damage around November 5.
Anybody with any information is asked to call the force collision investigation unit on 101 and quote reference 17000480371.
Independent charity Crimestoppers can also be called, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
This is the moment a man running to catch a train ran headfirst into a huge concrete pillar in front of jeering passengers.
Open-mouthed and sprinting as the train pulls away from the platform, in dramatic footage the Philadelphia Eagles fan looks unstoppable and completely oblivious to what's about to happen.
A split-second later the unnamed man, dressed in the team's green jersey, is seen bashing his head as he smashes into the pole front-on in dramatic footage.
People inside the train shout and laugh at what looks like an extremely painful accident.
Unfortunately for him, the journey continues without him.
This is the heartbreaking moment a pensioner who lost his home and all his possessions in a devastating house fire sobbed as he clutched his pet cat while trying to take in the devastation.
Ali Mese, 83, accidentally burnt his house down after trying to light his wooden stove with gas.
In the news footage the pensioner can be seen weeping over the loss of his home but he clutches the cat who was rescued from the blaze.
Firefighters were able to save the cat after neighbours raised the alarm but the home, made out of wood, was destroyed.
Ali and his family escaped the fire in the Ordu Province in Turkey but only one cat, out of many owned by the family, escaped.
This is the shocking moment a binman came close to being flattened by a van when an impatient driver mounted the pavement to get past a dustcart.
The video, taken from cameras mounted on the back of the lorry, shows the worker was standing in the road doing his job when the van suddenly speeds past - knocking the bin out of his hands.
After being apparently clipped in the near-miss the refuse collector looks stunned and rubs his shoulder.
But the van driver speeds off.
The binman then appears to complain to his colleagues about the incredible close brush with death before getting on with his job.
Perverts, death threats, arson and menacing drug dealers on one of Britain's 'worst streets' have left terrified residents feeling "trapped" in their own homes, a worried father claims.
Fed-up Jamil Akhtar, 44, who lives in the 'road from hell', says he has found human faeces on pavements and giant rats, and a live animal has been slaughtered and roasted in a garden.
He fears for the safety of his wife and three children, and longs for a "normal life" amid the chaos that has been going on for years.
Jamil said the street is plagued by drug dealers, the local park is treated like a "cannabis cafe" and a man was seen masturbating in public.
Shocking CCTV clips obtained by the Birmingham Mail reveal the nightmarish ordeal suffered by residents over the last year alone.
A fisherman was shocked to see plastic pollution first hand when he cut open a fish's stomach and pulled out the contents.
The sea angler caught the Mahi Mahi, also known as a common dolphinfish, off the coast of Costa Rica.
The man had hauled the fish aboard his boat and suspected the fish was sick, due to its movements.
He decided to open up the fish’s large intestine and was shocked to see the level of pollution inside.
The fisherman filmed himself removing plastic jar lids, pieces of shredded plastic cups, bottle tops, a comb, a cigarette lighter and other small fragments of plastic.
A shocked passenger claimed a woman was 'performing a sex act' on a man near him on the top deck of a moving London bus.
Mobile phone footage shot by a member of the public shows a couple sat next to each other as the bus travels through Hounslow, west London, according to a social media post.
The woman appears to be slumped over the man, with her head in his lap.
Neither of them say anything, but the man seems to look down in her direction.
The poster claims that the woman is performing a sex act on the man in the footage which has been shared online.
This shocking dashcam footage shows an extreme - and bizarre - case of road rage when a driver hurled projectile at another before both rammed their vehicles together.
The video - filmed from behind on a third uninvolved driver's dashboard camera - shows a silver truck emerge emerge from a side road before being followed by a white van swiftly behind.
As they approach the junction the truck continues straight across.
The van starts to turn left before the driver decides against it and stops the vehicle in the middle of the junction.
The driver then gets out and appears to be looking for a confrontation.
Giant, savage rats are 'jumping for the throats' of people in Paris, French media is reporting.
Much of France has been shocked by video footage of a huge build-up of the 'mega rodents' in a rubbish bin.
The video was shot by a Parisien on the banks of the River Seine - near Notre Dame Cathedral and the Orsay art gallery.
It was published on Sunday by the capital's local paper La Parisien.
A council worker says on the video: "For the past year, there’s been a proliferation of rats in all areas bordering the Seine.
"A colleague told me that a rat jumped at his throat, and another towards his arm.
"To my knowledge, there haven’t been any bites for the moment, but we shouldn’t be waiting for a tragedy."