Wade Robson and James Safechuck received a standing ovation at the premiere of the explosive documentary "Leaving Neverland” at the Sundance Film Festival over the weekend.
The film details their claims of sexual abuse by the late singer Michael Jackson. Robson and Safechuck say Jackson began sexually abusing them when they were young kids while they toured with the pop star and had sleepovers at his Neverland Ranch. At the festival, audience members’ reactions were visceral.
Throughout his career as a drug trafficker, tunnels have been the common theme in El Chapo’s story. When he gained control of a major drug trafficking corridor in the late 1980s, Joaquin Guzman Loera — then known as “el Rapido”— was the first to create super tunnels for transporting drugs across the border.
Over the next twenty years, he learned how to use his drug tunnels in ways nobody had ever imagined and his success became dependent on his subterranean inclinations.
Kristina Howato, a 39-year-old driver for the transportation company Lyft, was murdered by one of her passengers in Tempe, Arizona on Sunday. Authorities believe Howato was stabbed to death by 20-year-old Fabian Durazo with a kitchen knife. Durazo has reportedly admitted to the crime but hasn’t given any motive.
China has revealed footage of its supersonic nuclear missile DF-26 that 'could reach US territory and accurately attack a moving aircraft carrier' during a drill amid tensions between Beijing and Washington.
This is the very dramatic moment a Yellow vest leader was hit in his eye, allegedly by police, during his Facebook live. Jerome Rodrigues was today placed in an artificial coma.
Footage has been released showing the moment eight suspected migrants climb out of a lorry on the M25.
The clip, filmed by HGV driver Sam Hollamby, 28, shows an unidentified lorry driver open the door to the back of his lorry to let out the group of men near the Dartford Crossing on January 25.
The stowaways then leap over a fence before running away into the distance in broad daylight.
Mr Hollamby had been driving through the tunnel when he saw arms poking out of the vehicle in front of him and tried to alert the lorry driver.
Violence erupted in France for the 11th Saturday in a row today as thousands of so-called Yellow Vest protestors demonstrated against President Emmanuel Macron's government.
It came two days after the head of state had accused British politicians of 'tearing society apart' by allowing a Brexit referendum in Britain, but today the chants in his own country were for his resignation.
The worst early violence was in Paris, and in northern towns including Evreux and Rouen, in Normandy, where tear gas and baton charges were used by police to restore order.
Yellow vest protesters have turn against each other as a fight breaks out in Paris during the 11th weekend of demonstrations.
A former geologist and chemist in Iraq currently on death row has revealed that when Islamic State took over his community, they offered him a job developing chemical weapons for them.
He claims that the weapons meant to terrify opponents but that the weapons themselves weren’t very dangerous. RT America’s Rachel Blevins joins Rick Sanchez to discuss. Then former Pentagon official Michael Maloof joins to the discussion to share his expertise.
A cyber crook who is accused of stealing £8.7 million of Bitcoins from 85 internet wallets has been arrested in Oxford.
An international manhunt was launched after victims in the west German state of Hesse said money had been stolen from their cryptocurrency wallets in early 2018.
The victims from across the globe were tricked into giving the fraudsters access to the wallets held in cyberspace and the money was transferred to other wallets created with fake IDs.
A 13-month-old baby boy has died after his mum allegedly rolled on top of him while overdosing on drugs.
Antoinette King, 33, survived the heroin overdose but little Jeremiah died after the incident at their home, police say.
It is alleged that King rolled on to the small youngster during the tragedy in Lumberton, New Jersey, US, on Sunday.
She apparently suffocated him while her body was on top of his.
King was reportedly later found passed out on Jeremiah.
Her grandmother discovered the pair lying on top of a bed unresponsive and phoned police, Tri-City Herald reports.
Hopes for a miracle rescue ended in tragedy tonight after the body of a boy who fell down a well was found in Spain.
A huge effort had been made in hope of finding Julen Rosello alive after he disappeared down the 240-ft hole almost two weeks ago.
Tragically, the two-year-old's body was discovered by rescue workers in Malaga at 1.25am after 13 days of searching.
Miners had been drilling day and night into a borehole which was just 25 cm-wide and blocked with soil in hopes of reaching him.
The discovery brings a tragic conclusion to the agonising wait faced by parents Jose and Vicky, both 29.
The pair had remained at the scene of the incident spending some of the nights sleeping on an inflatable mattress inside a tent.
About 200 people are missing after a dam collapsed in southeast Brazil with fears the disaster caused a number of deaths.
A statement from the fire brigade's headquarters in the city of Belo Horizonte, the state capital of Minas Gerais state, not far from the site of the disaster, said scores of people are trapped in areas by the river of sludge released by the dam burst.
Emergency services on Friday were still responding to the situation in and around the town of Brumadinho, which has a population 39,000, and did not yet have a toll, a local fire service official told AFP news agency.
Sen. Joni Ernst broke down after she says she was raped in college by someone she knew. Ernst, 48, is the fourth-highest-ranking Republican in the Senate and was even considered as a running mate for Donald Trump.
In 2014, she became the first female combat veteran elected to the Senate, and she is up for re-election in 2020. The senator revealed that she was raped in college by her then-boyfriend, which she said was the beginning of a dark history with men.
CBS News correspondent Mireya Villarreal reports on the network of tunnels used by drug traffickers, and then CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman joins CBSN to discuss the latest testimony from the El Chapo trial, including details on how he used secret tunnels to escape from prison with the aid of his wife.
Greek security forces used tear gas to disperse large crowds demonstrating in central Athens against a deal to normalize relations with Macedonia.
Police said more than 2,000 protesters gathered outside parliament in the Greek capital, as lawmakers debated the agreement which would end the 27-year-long dispute, with Macedonia renaming itself North Macedonia and Greece lifting objections to the country joining NATO.
A Colorado man who complained on social media about being a 27-year-old virgin was arrested last weekend in Utah after allegedly threatening to kill “as many girls as I see.”
Christopher Wayne Cleary was arrested at a McDonald’s restaurant in Provo on Saturday after several women reported his Facebook post to Denver police, the Denver Post reported. He was booked into the Utah County Jail on making threats of terrorism, a third-degree felony. No bail amount was listed on the jail’s website.
Doctors had to use a hammer and chisel to remove a basketball-sized tumour from a student's face.
Adrián Espino, from Chihuahua, Mexico, first developed the lump as a child when his parents noticed a "bruise" on his face.
His mother Maria said: "I used to say to my husband ’Maybe he hurt himself, maybe he hit something'. He was always crying and holding his face.”
But the bruise eventually swelled into a three-kilo growth which engulfed his right eye, mouth and nose.
Several attempts to try and stem the growth were unsuccessful and Adrián’s tumour only got bigger
His father, Adrián Snr, took their son to hospital, where he was diagnosed with Polycystic Fibrous Dysplasia, which causes certain bones to grow in random directions as the body develops.
The father said: “When the diagnosis came the doctor said ‘This is going to spread all over his face. This is only the beginning. There is no cure for this. This only stops when the patient stops growing. But for the now, it will be a process of operation after operation, after operation to remove the tumour’."
Ted Bundy's trail of death spread over at least five states in the 1970s and the handsome, charismatic man confessed to killing at least 28 women. Conversations Bundy had while in prison are the subject of a new Netflix docu-series called “Conversations With a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes,” directed and produced by Joe Berlinger. Journalist Stephen G. Michaud interviewed Bundy on death row and his tapes are the backbone of the series.
A Russian Sukhoi Su-27 fighter jet was deployed to intercept an unidentified aircraft moving towards the Russian border. The potential intruder turned out to be a Gulfstream jet collecting intelligence for the Swedish military.
The reusable rocket launched Wednesday has been to space and back four times.
A new law in Hungary sends a clear message to would-be-border crossers: Don’t even try.
The tough, new measure gives border authorities the power to detain asylum-seekers indefinitely and house them in converted shipping containers until their cases are heard. The country’s hardline Prime Minister, Viktor Orban, says it’ll save Europe. But the U.N. says it’s illegal.
At the height of the refugee crisis in 2015, as many as 13,000 people crossed the border in Hungary everyday. But now, few succeed. Currently, at least 8,000 refugees and migrants are stuck in Serbian camps waiting to cross into Hungary, which only allows 10 people per day to enter legally.
The Republic of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez goes the way every other socialist hellhole goes. Full blown chaos and violence with scores dead.
Footage of Iraqi commando training where instructors fire LIVE ROUNDS next to trainees’ HEADS and between their LEGS!
The man accused of imprisoning 13-year-old Jayme Closs after killing her parents hosted family for Christmas while keeping the terrified girl captive in another room of the house, according to a local report.
Relatives of Jake Patterson gathered at their former family home in Gordon, Wisconsin, known as the “Patterson Retreat,” to celebrate the holiday. The family was apparently unaware Jake had forced Jayme to hide under a bed in the home, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported.
French officials said Brown and two others are in custody after a woman filed a rape allegation in northwest Paris. The arrests were first reported by French tabloid Closer, which said the three were arrested after a 24-year-old woman alleged she was raped at Brown's hotel suite on the night of January 15. Police said one of the others held is Brown's bodyguard.
"Yellow Vests" Protesters Take To Streets For 10th Week
A section of a house that was badly damaged by a #blast on New Year’s Eve in the #Ural city of #Magnitogorsk was demolished on Monday morning.
A child has died after protesters were "gunned down" in an "unbridled killing spree" during a rally in Sudan.
Clips taken in Khartoum show security forces opening fire on civilians during a demonstration against President Omar al-Bashir.
A doctor and a child are among those said to have died after being shot in the head.
Yesterday Bashir - who has ruled for three decades - claimed foreign "agents" were involved in the protests sweeping the country since December 19.
The Central Sudanese Doctors' Committee claimed the boy, Mohamed Obeid, was killed during protests on Thursday, All Africa reports.
A video posted to Snapchat this week shows a white female student applying black paint to her face while talking to the camera.
The student is heard possibly saying a racial slur while holding up her hands, also covered in black paint, though the audio is not entirely clear. Another student is seen laughing next to her while it is filmed.
It's unclear which of the two students who appeared in the video was expelled.