It’s the kind of goof that the folks who scream about “fake news” likely will scream about. MSNBC this evening briefly put a graphic onscreen that showed “vote counts” for the Florida gubernatorial race — you know, the one being held tomorrow.
NBC and Fox News said in separate statements on Monday that their networks will no longer air the Trump campaign's anti-immigrant advertisement.
NBC was first to announce the change, doing so after a backlash over its decision to show the 30-second spot during "Sunday Night Football," one of the highest-rated programs on television.
"After further review," NBC said, "we recognize the insensitive nature of the ad and have decided to cease airing it across our properties as soon as possible."
Fox soon followed suit.
"Upon further review, Fox News pulled the ad yesterday and it will not appear on either Fox News Channel or Fox Business Network," ad sales president Marianne Gambelli told CNN in a statement.
Election Day got off to a rocky start when voters in one town outside Phoenix showed up to vote only to find their polling place had been foreclosed upon the day before.
Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes said the landlord of the building, which appears to be a strip mall, locked it overnight after workers had already set up the polling place. There are ballots inside the building, he said.
Fontes said his staff is working with the sheriff’s office to see whether they can forcibly enter the property to collect the ballots and equipment. In the meantime, he said poll workers set up a temporary polling place in the parking lot.
A South Carolina mother-of-three took action after she heard a man attempting to break into her home – and shot him.
Ashley Jones of Anderson County told FOX Carolina she heard someone banging at her door early on Thursday. The mother said she called 911 and got her gun. She said she saw a man banging at her door when she peered out the window.
“I yelled, 'I have a gun, I will shoot you, get away from my house,'” Jones said.
She said she used her gun after the intruder kicked her door in to come inside the home. Video surveillance outside her home captured the incident.
(Meredith) -- An 11-year-old boy is dead after police in Arizona say he shot and killed his grandmother before turning the gun on himself.
According to KTVK, the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office said the boy's grandparents asked him to clean his room throughout the day Saturday, but he refused.
The couple was watching television, when the boy approached them from behind and shot his grandmother. Yvonne Woodard was struck in the back of the head, authorities said.
The boy's grandfather, Doyle Herbert, told police he ran after his grandson and saw him take a couple steps before falling to the ground.
The gun belonged to Herbert and the grandparents had full custody of the 11-year-old boy.
Royole beat Samsung and Huawei to the punch by releasing the first-ever commercially available smartphone-tablet hybrid on Nov. 1.
California-based start-up Royole may not be so little-known for much longer. The world has been on the edge of its seat waiting for Samsung or Huawei to unveil the world’s first foldable smartphone-tablet, but Royole has beaten to them to it by unveiling its own FlexPai.
Similar to what Samsung has been teasing about its model, this next-generation smartphone can be used either folded or unfolded, “giving it the portability of a smartphone plus the screen size of a high-definition tablet.”
Certainly, Samsung’s thunder has been stolen. Though Royole has a much smaller development team, the device has an impressive array of features to help it compete with mobile giants across the globe.
The 7.8-inch AMOLED screen supports split screens and multi-tasking; you can even drag and drop just like on your computer. The screen automatically adjusts the display size to adapt to your movie or video game.
When the FlexPai is folded, both screens on the front and back can work together or independently, depending on what you’re doing. The side edge where the hinge is can display notifications much like a typical smartphone notification bar, as well as manage calls, messages and “other notices that may disturb the primary and secondary screen usage.”
That hinge is sturdy. It can reportedly withstand 200,000 folds and even twists. The device can be folded at different angles, which the operating system, Royole’s own Water OS, will conform to.
New video shows a violent dispute between a correction officer and inmate at Rikers Island jail facility for more than a minute without interruption. After the fight, the inmate was placed intorestrictive housing Department of Correction Press Secretary Jason Kersten said.
The Georgia gubernatorial race took a dramatic and ugly turn after images surfaced of armed members of the New Black Panthers campaigning for Democrat Stacey Abrams.
A Maywood teacher was arrested Friday after he was involved in a fight with a student during class.
from the confrontation at Maywood Academy High School shows the teacher and the student exchanging blows during band class.
Students in the class say an argument over a school dress code was what escalated the situation. The student was taken to the hospital with minor injuries.
"I think it was both of their faults, like the teacher and the student," said student Enrique Deharo. "I was scared for the kid, and partly for the teacher, too."
The shows a Maywood Academy junior egging on the teacher while using racial slurs. At one point he even threw his basketball at the man.
"I felt, like, a little bothered, because you know, it's kind of ," student Ivan Valencia said.
The teacher was quickly taken into custody.
A teenager strangled his mom to death after an argument over bad grades, and then buried the body behind a church.
After eight years of detention a Pakistani-Christian woman Asia Bibi, who was sentenced to death since 2010 after being accused of blasphemy, was allowed to walk free from jail after a landmark Supreme Court verdict on October 31.
Asia Bibi, 47, was convicted for blasphemy under section 295-C of the Pakistan Penal Code for allegedly defaming Prophet Mohammad (PBUH). The offence carries mandatory death penalty under the law.
Asia Bibi stated she had a “quarrel” with Mafia and Asma on June 14, 2009, over their refusal to drink water brought by Asia Bibi because she was Christian. She claimed “some hot words were exchanged” during the argument, after which both women, alongside Qari Mohammad Salaam and his wife fabricated the blasphemy case against her. Asia Bibi also stated that she had “great respect and honour for the Holy Prophet (PBUH) and the Holy Quran” and never made the alleged blasphemous remarks.
A three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar, Justice Asif Saeed Khosa and Justice Mazhar Alam Khan Miankhel overturned the death sentence of Bibi.
Pakistani hard liners have taken to the streets since then, calling for her and her lawyers murder.
The economic news Friday was so amazing, it was FAKE NEWS proof.
Muslims intimidate PEGIDA till demo cancelled in Netherlands. Sharia law in action.
This is the heart-warming moment an Olympic gold-medalist sprints into a busy intersection to save a tortoise's life. David Verburg won 4 x 400m Olypmpic gold at the 2016 event in Rio de Janeiro and put his running skills to the test as he bolted into the traffic in Clermont, Florida to help the animal.
Queen Mary Guests Jump Off Lost Shuttle Bus Believing They’re Being Kidnapped Dozens of passengers headed to an event aboard the Queen Mary Thursday night panicked and jumped off their shuttle bus -- mistakenly believing they were being kidnapped -- when in fact their driver had gotten completely lost, police said.
Migrants claim violation of due process under Fifth Amendment; Tucker Carlson takes on Nexus Services CEO Mike Donovan, the group which is financing the lawsuit.
Hundreds of African illegals stormed the border of Spain and Morocco, in the town of Melilla.
Now imagine these couple hundred are 15k at the US border.
Vice Principal Brian Brennan at Oakville High School attempted to split up three children in a cafeteria Monday but got pulled into the fight.
Brazil- An 18-year-old man drowned in Rio Itapicuru, located in the district of Jorrinho, in the municipality of Tucano, 83 km from Serrinha. According to information collected by reporter Reny Maia, the case occurred on the afternoon of Tuesday (30), but the body of the young man was only found around 15h30 on Wednesday (31).
The victim, identified as Daniel Miranda dos Santos, had six friends at the scene, who have a bridge. The young man's friends recorded the moment he jumped off the bridge at a point deep in the river and could not get out onto the surface of the water.
In the video, obtained exclusively by the reporter Reny Maia (Portal Cleriston Silva - PCS), the young people appear in a relaxed atmosphere. The one in white T-shirt and black shorts is Daniel, seconds before he dies. It rises on the lateral protection bar of the bridge and jumps into the waters of the river, from a height of about 15 meters. Three other friends of the victim also jumped and left swimming.
India's newest marvel, the Statue of Unity, was unveiled Wednesday in Rajpipla in the western state of Gujarat.
The 182-meter-tall bronze statue, which cost 430 million U.S. dollars, is dedicated to Sardar Patel, India’s first home minister who played a significant role in the nation's independence movement and largely credited for uniting the country after the British left.
The new world's tallest statue, carved in finer details, was unveiled amidst major fanfare.
According to its chief engineer, P.C. Vyas, the major challenges of building the statue were how tall it stands at, the remote location and the shape of the statue, which makes the foundation narrower than the upper body.
Other major challenges for the architects and sculptors were the 6.4 meters gap between the two feet to replicate Patel's walking pose and to get the shape of the shawl, its fall and texture to make it look as real as possible.
The statue is also designed to withstand the vagaries of nature like wind and earthquakes.
The unveiling of the statue attracted both national and international media. Thousands who came to witness this historical moment were in awe of the creation.
This is the moment four para-military officers were killed and two were injured when their truck drove over a landmine reportedly set by "ultra-left rebels".
CCTV footage from a nearby building shows the mine-protected vehicle driving along the road before a huge explosion causes a massive plume of smoke and dust. Local sources claim four members of the Central Reserve Police Force - India's largest paramilitary group - died in the blast. They were aged 50, 43, 26 and 21.
Officers with the Missouri State Highway Patrol's Troop H seized 514 pounds of marijuana during a recent traffic stop in Andrew County.
A state trooper initiated a traffic stop on a Chevrolet Suburban and trailer at about 4:57 p.m. on Oct. 25 on Interstate 29 near the 53-mile marker in Andrew County. Circumstances led the trooper to request the driver consent to a search of the vehicle, which was denied.
The trooper then requested a Buchanan County deputy and his K-9 respond to the scene. The K-9 alerted on the vehicle, and a probable cause search revealed the 514 pounds of marijuana.
The mother of one of a child who was pummeled by his classmate at a St. Louis day care center is suing the facility. Disturbing video show a December 2016 brawl at Adventure Learning Center, in which one toddler can be seen punching another as their teachers watch. One teacher can even be seen jumping with apparent enthusiasm. The video was only recently released. Nicole Merseal said her then-4-year-old son was encouraged to take part in what's being dubbed a "fight club" in court documents.
Dramatic footage shows UFC star Stephan Bonnar being pinned to the ground and cuffed as he was arrested for DUI. The fighter, nicknamed ‘The American Psycho’, was detained Sunday afternoon in Las Vegas after motorists reported his “erratic” driving at 90mph. Witness Katie Dyer, 29 said: “If nobody had stopped him I think he would be dead. “He was going to hit something, whether it was a car or a wall, and another person could have died.”
In the same breath Don Lemon calls to stop demonizing people then labels white men as the biggest terror threat to the USA. Most of them radicalized to the right, "we have to start doing something about them".
Shortly after getting home from trick-or-treating Sunday 5-year-old Braylen Carwell began having some sort of seizure, and then police say hospital staff found the boy tested positive for methamphetamines in his system.
Officers in Galion say they're now investigating after his parents said it must have come from the trick-or-treat candy the boy had been eating shortly before it happened.
In Houston, MSNBC reporter Mariana Atencio is surprised to find that Hispanic voters also support Republicans and are opposed to illegal immigration.
CNN political contributor Errol Louis incorrectly called the migrant caravan heading to the U.S. border “imaginary” on CNN Newsroom. Hosts Poppy Harlow and Jim Sciutto did not push back on Louis’ claim at all, choosing instead to change the subject
Seven people were shot at a nightclub as it hosted a Halloween party called "The First Purge".
There may have been more than one gunman at the Sevilla nightclub in downtown Riverside, California, say police.
Chaos and panic erupted as about 10 shots were fired at the club just after midnight.
Revellers ducked for cover and stampeded towards the exit, and there were fights in the street as people ran for their lives, eyewitnesses say.
The club in the Los Angeles suburb was hosting a rap event with a Halloween theme, according to its Facebook page.
A mum-of-three has a tumour bigger than a watermelon growing on her chin - which she originally passed off as toothache when she was just 13.
Belinda Austria, 42, began suffering with pain in her lower jaw when she was a teenager but assumed it was just problems with new teeth growing.
She finally went to the doctors when she was 19 after her gums had swollen.
But medics in the Philippines then dismissed the growth as an abyss.
Belinda had the "unbearable" growth removed in 1997 several months after giving birth to her first child, but years later and after having her third child, it returned.
It is growing rapidly but her family are unable to afford treatment.