CAUDLE: " Without question I have a whole chapter in my book called social media self-esteem. Any human being that’s trying to generate attention and likes and everything else from the outside world is losing sight of their inside world, their self, their self-esteem. Rachel: Here is a statement from proctor and gamble they say our laundry packs are detergent meant to clean clothes they should not be played with any N. Any circumstances even if it’s meant as a joke. That’s the message. We need to make sure that our kids are not trying to outdo each other on social media with this."
What started as two guys squaring off at what looked like a friendly gathering, escalated quickly.
One man involved in a front yard brawl ended up knocking two other men out, unconscious, with just two punches, in a video shared to Instagram by Logan Pickner on Thursday.
A man wearing a black tee shirt over a grey hooded top knocked out one man wearing a light grey hooded sweatshirt, started to run away, but then knocked out another man in a black tee shirt after being chased by him.
People in Hawaii woke up to emergency alerts on their phones today about an imminent ballistic missile attack which they later learned was a false alarm.
The emergency alert was sent to people's mobile phones in Hawaii at about 8:08 a.m. local time with the startling words, "BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS NOT A DRILL."
Calling all thrill seekers - you're going to want to add a visit to this swimming pool to your bucket lists!
The Edge Bali Resort in Uluwatu has the ultimate infinity pool for daredevils, sitting on the edge of a cliff at a gut-wrenching height of 500ft.
But that's not all. The pool has a glass-bottom, with an extension jutting out 21 feet over the Indian ocean below. So all that's separating you from the drop is 3.5 inches of glass.
Of course if you do have nerves of steel and manage to take the plunge, it'll make for the swim of a lifetime, if only for the spectacular views you'll get of Bali's breathtaking coastline and the surrounding Indian Ocean.
Megyn Kelly’s secret to staying skinny during law school? Asking her stepfather to fat-shame her.
On Thursday, Kelly, 47, revealed on her eponymous “Today” show that, while studying at Albany Law School in the 1990s, she asked her stepfather, Peter Kirwan, to fat-shame her whenever she wanted to eat.
“Some of us want to be shamed!” Kelly said. “When I was in law school, I was gaining weight, I said to my stepfather, ‘If you see me going into that kitchen one more time, you say, ‘Where you going, fat ass?’ And it works!”
Kelly was interviewing “Fit Mom” Maria Kang, a 37-year-old mommy blogger. Kang drew online ire in 2013 when she posted a photo of herself (looking toned) and her three kids on Facebook, captioned “What’s your excuse?” Critics were quick to accuse Kang of body-shaming less-fit moms.
Comedian Michelle Collins also witnessed the incident and tweeted about what she saw.
“In a NY first, I just saw a man on the subway tracks at Bryant Park threatening to kill himself over the unfair treatment of women,” she wrote. “I spoke to an older woman waiting for the train who asked me if he was a Communist… In short, hope he gets help and New Yorkers as per usual did not bat a lash.”