Watch this touching moment when a brown Labrador stands right next to her former owner without realizing it, but when she finally catches the scent she loses her freaking mind!
Watch as the dog is overwhelmed with excitement when she finally realizes her owner she lost 3 years ago is now directly in front of her.
Colorado drivers may be the first to escape traffic thanks to a new partnership between state officials and a Los Angeles-based hyperloop tech company.
Arrivo founder Brogan BamBrogan joined Colorado transportation officials in Denver Tuesday to announce a partnership to create a network of roadside tubes at the congested heart of the city that promises to whisk drivers and their cars to their destinations at speeds of up to 200 mph.
The public-private players include Arrivo, the Colorado Department of Transportation and E-470 Public Highway Authority, which operates a 75-mile, user-financed toll road running along the eastern perimeter of the city. The Arrivo test site will be near E-470 and groundbreaking is slated for early 2018.
BamBrogan says Arrivo's first commercial system could be ready in 2021 depending on funding, regulatory and public-perception hurdles.
By way of pitching the Arrivo system, Colorado DOT officials speculated the network of tubes filled with high-speed trays to carry cars could cut a one-hour and ten minute drive from downtown to the airport to a 9-minute Arrivo ride. A one-hour slog down the state's busy Boulder-to-Denver highway corridor would take 8 minutes.
California Congresswoman Maxine Waters continued her crusade against President Trump this week by leading women at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards in an “Impeach 45!” chant at Brooklyn’s King Theatre.
Waters addressed a theatre packed with liberal women – and school girls bused in from around Manhattan – on Monday, when she heaped praise on Glamour, a progressive women’s magazine that honored the 79-year-old career politician with its Woman of the Year Lifetime Achievement Award, and took shots at the president.
While many speeches during the evening by other honorees like Nicole Kidman, Gigi Hadid, and others were mostly uplifting messages seemingly aimed at local school girls, Waters focused on recruiting the next generation of progressive politicians and her never-ending campaign to oust the president.
American Heart Association President John Warner was away from the AHA’s Scientific Sessions with his family Monday after having a minor heart attack during the organization’s flagship scientific conference.
Warner, a practicing cardiologist and the CEO of UT Southwestern University Hospitals in Dallas, had the episode Monday morning. He was taken to a local hospital, where doctors inserted a stent to open a clogged artery.
He was recovering and visiting with his wife, son and daughter, all of whom attended the Scientific Sessions meeting in part to see him deliver his Presidential Address on Sunday afternoon. In that speech, the 52-year-old Warner talked about the effects of heart disease on his family. He mentioned how both his father and his father’s father had heart bypass surgery in their 60s. He also lost his maternal grandfather and a great grandfather to heart disease.
Russian Woman Protects Her Car From Hail By Lying Down On The Hood
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A C-130H Hercules aircraft from Youngstown Air Reserve Station performs maneuvers at a dirt airstrip during a training mission at Camp Branch in Charleston, West Virginia. The C-130 Hercules is a tactical airlifter capable of using unprepared runways for takeoffs and landings. The training mission helps ensure crewmembers are qualified for dirt runway operations.
A planet the same size of Earth and with a similar surface temperature may be "the closest known comfortable abode for possible life," according to new research.
The newly discovered world, named Ross 128b, was found orbiting a red dwarf 11 light-years away from Earth - but it's getting nearer.
Astronomers working with the European Southern Observatory's High Accuracy Radial velocity Planet Searcher (HARPS) at the La Silla Observatory in Chile has found that the red dwarf star Ross 128 is orbited by a low-mass 'exoplanet' every 9.9 days.
After four officer-fired rounds rang out outside a Silverado Ranch-area convenience store Saturday evening, an armed man went down, and his wife, who he was in a physical struggle with him over his gun, exclaimed that she’d been hit. The bullet, shot by Officer David Nesheiwat, 33, went through Phillip Pitts’ arm and into her stomach, Clark County Assistant Sheriff Tom Roberts said Tuesday. As Pitts, 41, pressed the gun against the woman's stomach, Nesheiwat shot twice, knocking the suspect to the ground, Roberts said. While down, Pitts kept the gun pointed at the woman, prompting the officer to pull the trigger twice more. The unidentified woman underwent surgery and survived at University Medical Center, while Pitts died there moments after the shooting. This was the 21st shooting involving Metro officers this year, compared with seven during the same time last year, Roberts said. The shooting and dramatic moments that preceded it were captured on officer-worn cameras and broadcast Tuesday.
A concerned citizen called 911 at 5:34 p.m. to report that a man, who was possibly armed with a gun, was choking a woman outside the store, 780 Pyle Ave., near Pollock Drive, Roberts said. Surveillance video shows a physical struggle between the couple. An officer, who was not identified, arrives first. "What's going on?" he yells. "What's that in your hand? Drop your gun!" He then directs his attention to the woman, who is crying and screaming, "Step away from him. Step away. Step away from him now. Step away from her!" At some point during the wrestling for the gun, Pitts points the gun to his head and says he's going to shoot himself, Roberts said. The woman presumably pleads for him not to do it. "Sir, get on the ground! Put the gun down! Sir, put the gun down!" With his left hand, the officer motions the woman to come to him, while he points the gun at Pitts with his right. The officer, who takes cover between his cruiser and a civilian vehicle, pleads with Pitts to drop the gun, which goes ignored. About 35 seconds after the first officer drives up, Nesheiwat arrives and yells at Pitts to drop the gun, firing his gun about 10 seconds later.
Before firing their guns, officers are trained to weigh the backdrop of the scene and assess the danger to other officers and bystanders, Roberts said. “The intent is to save lives, not take lives ... and trying to neutralize the threat as best as you can.” Pitts did not fire his 9 mm gun, which had eight bullets in the magazine, one in the chamber, and had its safe off, Roberts said. Pitts goes down, and the woman holds her stomach, walks and sits on a curb, and announces, "I'm hit ... I got hit." An investigation determined that the bullet that struck the woman had gone through Pitts’ arm, Roberts said. The couple’s 10-year-old daughter had been trying to keep Pitts away from her mother sometime before police arrived, Roberts said. Pitts did not have a criminal history in Las Vegas but did have multiple arrests, mostly for misdemeanors, in Hawaii, his last in 2007, Roberts said. Nesheiwat, an 11-year Metro veteran, was placed on paid administrative leave while the investigation continues, per the agency's policy. The shooting was the 21st this year involving Metro Police and the 10th fatal officer-involved shooting. At the same time last year, police had investigated seven officer-involved shootings, three of them fatal.
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A 15-year-old California high school student seen being sucker punched and brutally beaten on Snapchat is seeking legal action against his attackers.
The boy, 15, was filmed being jumped, then punched and kicked by two 17-year-old students outside their Simi Valley High School in Simi Valley, California on October 16. The video was then posted to Snapchat.
The 15-year-old said that he was lured outside by a fake note a student had given his teacher, directing him to leave class and go to the school office. He was then 'ambushed' as we walked between buildings.
Thankfully, neither the family travelling in the car - or the wild animal - were badly injured in the crash in Nakhon Ratchasima Province, north-east of Bangkok.
A dramatic video appears to show the moment a hero cop disarms a knifeman who was holding a woman hostage - with a brutal martial arts move.
The clip has been widely shared in China, where police chiefs have praised the quick-thinking SWAT officer.
In mobile footage seemingly from the crime scene, a terrified woman is held captive by a man wielding a huge meat cleaver in a hotel lobby.
He is shown facing off with a group of officers holding riot shields.
It is not clear what his demands were, but the agitated man is seen holding the woman with his left arm and threatening cops with the blade.
A dramatic 'fireball' seen speeding through the sky above Germany has sparked alarm.
The UFO was seen by worried citizens as far away as Italy and Switzerland, prompting German police to speculate that it was a 'celestial body'.
Mysterious video shows the bright object speeding above the town of Hoechen, sparking questions about what it shows.
It seems to get brighter and gives out blue and green light before fading into the distance.
A police spokesman told Stuttgarter-Zeitung that the force received a number of calls about the fireball, but said: "We could not tell you what the bright light was."
Horrifying footage shows the moment a father-of-two was sprayed with bullets in an attempted killing in east London.
Police have released CCTV showing Haroon Hussain being shot at point-blank range in the chest by two gunmen carrying semi-automatic weapons.
He was discovered in a pool of blood by his wife outside his home.
Incredibly the 32-year-old businessman survived the shooting, but doctors say he will never recover from the injuries he suffered.
Detectives have offered a £20,000 reward for information which helps track down his attackers.
This is the moment a supposedly oblivious driver ran over a schoolboy with her Mercedes-Benz as he knelt down to tie his shoelaces.
The schoolboy miraculously managed to escape the ordeal unscathed thanks to his backpack after it jammed the car's front wheel.
The woman driver, named only as Pan, has been charged for dangerous after claiming she didn't see the boy.
CCTV shows the unnamed boy in the middle of a car park entrance in the city of Yueqing in China's Zhejiang province, with his back towards the road.
Dashcam footage of a car pulling out into the path of an oncoming pick-up truck has gone viral.
The footage, shared by Dash Cam Owners Australia, shows the white 'ute' (utility) truck ploughing into the blue Ford Focus near a 'Maccas' (McDonald's) drive through in the town of Mildura in Victoria state.
But the incident has sparked debate among motorists about which driver is in the wrong for the crash, and has notched up more than 120,000 views and hundreds of comments.
On Facebook the site posted: "Happened pulling out of Maccas drive through. The people in the white ute sustained minor injuries.
Heart-stopping footage has shown how a blind man was just seconds away from walking in front of an oncoming train.
The CCTV footage shows the blind man carrying a briefcase and approaching the yellow line at a crossing, while waving his walking stick.
He seems unaware that just moments away a train is about to pass into the light railway station at Peoria in the town of Aurora, Colorado on Friday last week.
Global News reported that had it not been for the passer by, he would have stepped in front of the train.
The man, named as Mike Wyatt, was walking ahead of other pedestrians when he got pulled back by his guardian angel. The train then passes them at speed just seven seconds later.
Martin Woodhead, 32, Dean Woodhead 31, and Samantha Woodhead, 29, all from Carlisle, carried out the unprovoked attacks which were caught on CCTV and were witnessed by children.
The alcohol-fuelled violence broke out after row at a 30th birthday party spilled out onto the streets/
Cumbria police said the crimes started when Samantha Woodhead assaulted a man inside the premises.
Once outside her brothers repeatedly punched and kicked the man before attacking a second man.
FROM NEW YORK POST - Passengers on a BART train in California were shocked when a fellow passenger was berated and attacked by another rider. The attack appeared to be racially based, as the attacker continuously used racial slurs against his victim.
Dramatic video shows several D.C. store workers fighting off a robber as he attempts to yank out a cash register drawer. D.C. police say the robbery happened in the 1300 block of H Street, Northeast at about 6 a.m. on Tuesday.
Surveillance video from the store captured the intense moments as the suspect walked up to the counter and attempted to pull out the cash register drawer. The video shows four employees fighting back by hitting and punching the suspect.
The US Navy ended President Donald Trump's trip to Asia with a display of strength by having three aircraft carriers drill with South Korean and Japanese navy ships in the Pacific in a clear message to North Korea.
The US Navy rarely gets to train with two aircraft carriers working together, and the last time three came together was 10 years ago.
But the US now has seven aircraft carriers at sea and brought three of them together to put on a show of force.
The ships did air-defense drills, sea surveillance, and defensive air-combat training, according to a US Navy release.
Between the three US carriers and one smaller Japanese carrier, the naval formation likely had more than 200 aircraft ready to strike at a moment's notice.
Police are searching for a thirsty burglary suspect, who went through the drive-thru window of a McDonald’s to fill up a drink and steal several items.
Horrific footage captured the moment a fan was shot in the head at point-blank range as he lay helpless on the floor after violence broke out at an amateur football match.
The murdered man slumped to the ground after being shot as he tried to stone players celebrating their win over his side in a confrontation which erupted minutes after the final whistle.
The gunman - alongside another man also carrying a gun - then walked up to him as he lay injured in the dirt and fired off another three shots from close range in front of several young children.
The execution happened after a Sunday league match at a rundown pitch in Fresnillo, the second largest city in the north central Mexican state of Zacatecas.
At least 18 people were killed and several others injured after more than 30 vehicle piled up in east China's Anhui Province on Wednesday.
The genius this car belonged to now has to buy a new one because it ain’t gonna be running again. Next time I’m sure he will choose a good spot.
Shocking moment jumping partygoers cause floor to COLLAPSE at Texas university student apartments and have to climb up fallen debris and wood panels to get out the chaos
Video of a University of North Texas homecoming party show packed partygoers rowdily jumping in the living room of the Denton, Texas apartment early Sunday
And while dancing rapper PLAYBOI CARTI's What, the floor gives way and drops dozens of screaming people to the second floor
Those lucky enough not to have fallen quickly turn on the lights as those barely hanging on to the sides of the now sunken third floor room
According to Denton Fire Marshal Brad Lahart, five to seven people at the scene needed to be treated and were released
The Fire Marshal added that at least 48 residents were displaced as a result
She doesn't work, doesn't go to school, instead she finds sugar daddies online.
Footage has recorded the moment when yobs attempted to drag an entire worktop into the street from a Carphone Warehouse store.
The video, filmed in the shop in Solihull town centre, appears to show two young men in the entrance pulling at a worktop.
It contains mobile phone and tablet displays, and the footage ends as the pair escape from the store.
Four men in total raided the store with the worktop dismantled from its base during the incident before two phones were stolen.
A 93-year-old woman's hairdresser was caught taken cash from her purse after a hidden "nanny cam" was installed.
Hidden inside a clock, the secret spy camera recorded as Barbara Parker pocketed £40 from her 'vulnerable' client in her own home.
A family friend had noticed the cash going missing and decided to take action, but they were shocked when they found out who was responsible.
Parker, of Chudleigh Close, Halewood, Liverpool admitted stealing the cash from the woman's whose hair she had cut for had been cutting her victim’s hair for more than six years, Liverpool Magistrates Court heard.
CCTV footage used in evidence has since been widely shared online, racking up over 3m views in less than 48 hours.
Stunning underwater footage shows a diver in the wreckage of a World War Two ship being attacked by a shark, which manages to snatch his weapon.
Captain Matt Wirt was spearfishing with friend John Christopher at the bottom of the ocean in North Carolina when the shocking drama unfolded.
They were in the wreckage of SS Papoose, which was sunk by a German torpedo in 1942, when a sand tiger shark became aggressive.
The giant fish are usually docile, but the terrifying ordeal shows the shark stealing the 42-year-old's fish and spear, leaving him defensive.
He said: “Diving with sand tiger sharks is usually uneventful. They are large powerful and intimidating but are usually docile.
This student was so determined to get into a nightclub he begged bouncers for an hour until one convinced him his walkie talkie was a breathalyser, it is claimed.
The persistent man refused to take no for an answer when he was rejected from a nightclub in Bath for allegedly appearing 'too drunk' .
Bouncers claim he loitered outside the venue for 40 minutes before doorman Wesley decided to take advantage of the lad's eagerness with a prank.
Footage shows the unnamed youth repeatedly blowing into the bouncer's walkie talkie after being told it was a breathalyser .
All the time Wesley, 34, made fake beeping noises as the lad tried to prove he was sober for three minutes.
When the student questioned having to do the procedure for a third time, saying "you're taking the p***", the bouncers calmly informed him that they "can't take your p, we don't test urine samples".
After Wesley eventually tells the man he has failed the "Breathalyser", the student agrees to go away and do some 'star jumps and squats to sober up' before having another go later.
Wesley, from Bath, Somerset, said: "It was just a whimsical part of the night."
A family was left stunned after watching a huge tarantula and a wasp half its size battle to the death.
Despite being much larger, the tarantula struggled to defend itself from the predator known as a tarantula hawk.
Tarantula hawks hunt the hairy spiders - grabbing them with hooked claws - and deliver one of the most painful stings to humans.
This dramatic death fight was captured on camera while parents Karen and Matthew Perry were on a hike with their children Cash and Cadence.
In the end, the spider wasn't able to defend itself and will now serve as a host for the wasp's offspring before dying.
A flight attendant was left with serious injuries after she fell out of the back of a plane onto tarmac.
The unidentified cabin crew member is believed to have been restocking the XiamenAir Boeing 737 when she slipped and fell.
The nasty fall was captured on CCTV at Xinzheng International Airport in Zhengzhou, capital of Henan Province in central China.
The woman, who suffered painful fractures to her chest, is seen plunging from the jet with a food trolley, which she is thought to have been pushing at the time.