Don Cheadle discovers his ancestors were never owned by white people, but instead by Native Americans. Slaves weren't freed from Native American ownership until 3 years later when the white US government forced them to.
BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (CBS) – A Connecticut woman mistakenly lit a stick of dynamite instead of a candle during a power outage and suffered severe injuries Thursday night, police said.
Authorities said the “tragic accident” happened to the 30-year-old mother of two on Lindley Street after thunderstorms passed through the Bridgeport area. The family tried to go to Home Depot to buy emergency lighting, but the store was closed.
When they got back home, they went to get what they believed were candles left behind in the basement by previous residents.
“She attempted to light one of what she thought was the candle and turned out to be a quarter stick of dynamite,” police said.
Proponents of drinking your own pee and rubbing it on your skin claim the practice leads to the fountain of youth. “After I started fasting, the pee stopped smelling and started tasting like coconut water,” said Julia Sillaman, a 26-year-old painter.
Porsche driver, John Shoffner of the J2 Racing has miraculously survived after he lost control of his vehicle on a race track before crashed into the safety barrier, flipping over multiple times.
Shoffner was reportedly taken to hospital but only suffered minor injuries
A front-runner in Brazil's presidential election, Jair Bolsonaro, has been stabbed during a campaign rally. The far-right politician was attacked in the midst of a crowd in the south-eastern state of Minas Gerais.
He underwent surgery for injuries to his intestines and is expected to recover, hospital officials said. The controversial politician, who has outraged many in Brazil with racist and homophobic comments, has performed strongly in recent polls.
Polls suggest he would get the most votes in next month's presidential elections if former President Lula da Silva fails in his attempt to overturn a ban on him standing.
Three thugs launched a terrifying assault on two men, kicking one in the head 17 times, after row in the early hours.
The 61-year-old victim and his 45-year-old friend had been walking along Wellington Parade in Melbourne, Australia, when they were approached by three men they didn't know.
A row took place, shortly after midnight on Thursday, and the two victims were then assualted.
According to Victoria Police: "The 61-year-old from Rosebud was punched to the head approximately 17 times with the offender then stomping on him while his 45-year-old friend from Mount Evelyn was assaulted by the two other offenders.