On the Wednesday broadcast of his late-night program, Jimmy Kimmel responded to criticism he has received for his controversial monologue Tuesday night where he ripped Republican Senator Bill Cassidy for using his name to push for the Cassidy-Graham Obamacare replacement proposal.
Kimmel, a fierce proponent of the healthcare law, received many rebuttals for his political statement notably FOX & Friends host Brian Kilmeade. Kilmeade called Kimmel a member of the "Hollywood elite" for "pushing" politics. Wednesday night on Jimmy Kimmel Live, the host set his aim at the FOX host and let loose.
Kimmel said the FOX host "kisses my ass like a little boy meeting Batman" whenever the two cross paths and claimed he is "dying" to be a member of the "Hollywood elite."
"The reason I'm talking about this is because my son had an open-heart surgery and has to have two more, and because of that I learned there are kids with no insurance in the same situation," he said.
"I don't get anything out of this, Brian, you phony little creep. Oh, I'll pound you when I see you," Kimmel threatened.
Porn stars are united in one thing, finding the men that leave those vulgar comments that apparently get their clams wet.
Listen to several of the world's most famous porn stars, such as Romi Rain and Riley Reid desperately plea for the men leaving those comments stick also add their contact information so they can fulfill the fantasies they've left under their videos.
Terrifying footage has emerged showing the moment a family of three were sent ‘flying’ after they were struck by lightning while on a hike. Chris Lovera was walking with his two kids, Aidan, 12, and Nadia, nine, when it began to pour and they were forced to shelter under a tree in Sequoia National Park, California. uddenly, they were ‘blown up’ by a huge lightning bolt that threw them through the air. Chris said: ‘One rescuer, Nick Barton, said it looked as if we had been blown up, bodies flying, dirt and debris ejecting from the eight-inch deep furrow made as the lightning exited my right foot and made a direct path through the ground to the lake.’ The father was paralyzed for a short time after the bolt had melted his clothes and caused second-degree burns on his back and arm. His children also suffered severe burns and punctured eardrums. The incredible incident was captured on camera by hikers across the water. It shows the bolt slam down to Earth and a witness says he saw bodies flying through the air.
Soccer enthusiast Kai Rigby has traveled extensively and picked up an impressive knack for impersonating different accents along the way.Kai is back in Birmingham, England, working with his company Football Road Trips. Recently, on one such trip to Amsterdam, Kai was caught on camera demonstrating his considerable talent for replicating various accents. Watch, as he nails each one, from Irish to Italian and every accent in between.
Whoever said "there are no dumb questions" clearly lied.
As acts of political violence in America increase in regularity, a new poll shows that many college students have no problem with it.
Of those surveyed, a startling 19 percent claimed to support the use of violence to silence speakers they find offensive, the same perspective held by the increasingly violent Antifa groups around the country.
Wanting to see what college students in Washington, D.C. thought of Antifa, Campus Reform took to the campus of American University to ask students their opinion of the violent leftist organization recently labeled a domestic terror organization by the Department of Homeland Security.
Immediately, the students made it clear that they had no problem with the controversial group.
“I like them...beating up fascists is good,” said one supporter, while another claimed they were simply trying to “educate” their political adversaries, and violence was many times “a very powerful tool.”
A woman narrowly misses huge shards of glass as they fell from the shopping centre ceiling in Mexico City
A popular YouTube sensation who goes by the name of Sgt. Sizzles hilariously mocks the left-wing terrorist group, Antifa, who is known for causing chaos and streets around the Western world.
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The roundabout of Juan XXIII was the scene of the creepy winding to a motorcycle that ended with the biker trapped in the low of the tourismwith injuries of diverse consideration. The events occurred after 10 am on Monday. The driver was about to enter the roundabout from Ignasi Wallis Avenue when he was beaten and thrown off the bike. The car continued its march and the front wheels passed over the driver. Quickly, a dozen witnesses collaborated in the rescue of the trapped one raising the car. The sequence of events was captured by another driver. The Local Police of Vila made the report and investigates the incident. The 33-year-old victim was taken to the Vilas Clinic where he was treated for bruises on his shoulder, ankle and right hand.
The sequence of events was captured by another driver. The Local Police of Vila made the report and investigates the incident. The 33-year-old victim was taken to the Vilas Clinic where he was treated for bruises on his shoulder, ankle and right hand.
A killer released from a psychiatric hospital with the all-clear decapitated an 18-month-old baby relative with a knife and brandished the severed head in a public street, eyewitnesses say. Mikhail Elinsky, 42, also stabbed his niece - the dead girl's mother - resulting in serious abdominal injuries. A video shows him repeatedly taunting officers with a knife and refusing to give himself up. He was eventually shot by police and taken to a hospital in Astrakhan, Russia, where he later died. The man's niece Tatiana had earlier pleaded with the authorities not to release him from psychiatric hospital, fearing he remained a danger after he had killed a woman six years ago. She desperately tried to save her daughter Natalia but was was stabbed as she came close to the kitchen where Elinsky was butchering the child. Eyewitness Anastasiya Miloserdova said: "The little girl was his niece, and his mother had begged not to let him out of the mental clinic. "And look how it ended - he ran around the area with the cut off head of the little one." Tatiana said: "We were about to go out, and my daughter was sitting on her tricycle. "He pulled her off, grabbed her and took her to the kitchen. "He closed the door and began to cut her. "I tried to stop him and ran to the kitchen but he stabbed me in the stomach with his knife." Her husband Igor was too grief-stricken to speak. A local report said the man "ran around the street holding up her head... "It took police half an hour to detain the man. He was taken to the hospital with three gun wounds." Law enforcement have confirmed the knifeman killed the child, wounded the mother and that he died of gun shot wounds in hospital. Six years ago, the knifeman had killed a female shop assistant in the same city, repeatedly stabbing her with a knife in a drunken rage. He was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia and sent by a judge to a high security hospital for treatment. The man was released recently as "healthy", it was reported. Tatiana's work colleague Viktoria Mikhaylova said: "It is such a horror. "I worked with this woman. "Her daughter was slightly younger than my son. "It was done by her uncle, he got drunk and did this. "She had been so happy when her daughter was born. She also has a son. "Rest in peace, little girl." The knifeman's mother Valentina Elinskaya said her son had complained about the noise in the family home made by the girl and her four-year-old brother who was unharmed. "So he stabbed the little girl, who is his grand niece. Her mother is his niece," she said. "His mood changed two days ago and that was it. "He was walking around and thinking about something." A local police source said: "Nobody warned us about this man. "Nobody sent us any information about him. "It happens in our country. "There were no reports to us he was about to be released."
Former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly on Tuesday again declared his innocence on multiple charges of sexual harassment and called his exit from the network “a political and financial hit job.”
In an interview with Matt Lauer on NBC’s “Today,” O’Reilly denied the various accusations of sexual harassment that led to his ouster last April. “Every allegation in this era is a conviction,” he said, adding that he was one of many to be named in sexual harassment lawsuits at Fox News.
Advertisers dropped out of O’Reilly’s program after reports went public in April that the network and its star had paid more than $13 million to settle five sexual harassment lawsuits against O’Reilly. The network’s top-rated prime-time host was subsequently pushed out in April.
O’Reilly told Lauer that his firing “was a hit job, a political and financial hit job.”
“There were billions of dollars at stake in business deals,” O’Reilly said, and the network “made a business decision that they could prosper without me.”
“They had a contractual clause that they could pay me a certain amount of money and not put me on the air and they exercised that clause,” O’Reilly explained.
“I can go to sleep at night very well knowing that I never mistreated anyone on my watch in 42 years,” O’Reilly said, insisting to Lauer he did “absolutely nothing wrong.”
Powerful earthquake jolted Mexico City on Tuesday, seriously damaging buildings and sending people fleeing into the streets on the anniversary of a 1985 quake that did major damage to the capital.
Local television stations broadcast images of collapsed facades and streets filled with rubble.
The extent of damage and injuries was not immediately clear.
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The U.S. Geological Survey calculated its preliminary magnitude at 7.1. The epicenter was about 93 miles southeast of Mexico City in the state of Puebla.
Pictures fell from walls, and objects were shaken off flat surfaces. Some people dived for cover under desks.
Earlier in the day, buildings across the city held preparation drills on the anniversary of the 1985 quake.
A barbaric public execution being staged by Islamic State fighters was stopped in its tracks as a British missile wiped out a sniper. The extraordinary footage shows a crowd of civilians being forced at gunpoint to gather in the Syrian town of Abu Kamal to watch the spectactle. Two shackled prisoners are pulled out the back of a van, ready to be killed in public. But seconds later, a single RAF Hellfire missile hits its target - a sniper who had been keeping watch on a roof nearby - and the whole area is sent into chaos. And the execution is unable to go ahead.
A 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck Mexico on Tuesday, according to the United States Geological Survey.
This strong earthquake occurs on September 19, 32 years after the devastating earthquake of 1985 that left great destruction and thousands of casualties in the country. To commemorate that earthquake the city had prepared very early for a drill that was carried out with the participation of millions of people.
An undercover report has exposed a shocking trend in a Chinese city, which sees pet owners sending their dogs to street vets to have their vocal cords removed to stop them from barking.
Horrifying pictures and videos have emerged which show one unlicensed vet, in south-west China, performed devocalisation operations on dozens of dogs in the street as his assistant forced open the mouths of the animals.
The news has sparked an outrage among the public as people and animal lovers called the procedure ‘unnecessary’ and ‘cruel’.
The undercover report, by Chengdu Business Daily, claimed that the vet, known with a surname Zeng, had been running his business at a flower and bird market in Qingbaijiang district of Chengdu since September 14.
Mr Zeng can be seen setting his booth at the side of a road. His equipment, displayed on a folding table, included a thong, a torch, cotton wool balls and tourniquets.
A disturbing video shows a white Pomeranian being injected anaesthetics into its front limb.
Mr Zeng then put a thong into the dog’s mouth and cut off its vocal cords while his assistant held the canine’s mouth wide open with the help of two red strings.
The devocalisation operation ended as Zeng threw the vocal cords out on the floor and took the white dog aside.
Floyd Mayweather is certainly making the most of his retirement from boxing as he frolics with girls and throws away piles of cash at his own strip club in Las Vegas. Mayweather is clearly enjoying his time away from boxing following an amazing career that saw him record a 50-0 record and saw him go out in the ultimate fashion with a big victory over MMA star Conor McGregor last month. The 40-year-old is certainly living up to his reputation as he showed off his pictures of himself alongside a huge pile of one dollar bills. Mayweather has started a new business venture called 'Girl Collection' in Las Vegas shortly before his big fight against McGregor.
At 11 a.m. yesterday, residents in offices, schools and housing estates across Mexico City took part in an earthquake drill timed to commemorate the catastrophic tremor on the same date in 1985. Just over two hours later, a real, 7.1 magnitude quake shook the capital and surrounding states, making skyscrapers sway like they were made of paper, shattering windows and roofs, and toppling entire apartment blocks.
When the quake struck, I was on the twentieth floor of an office building, which moved up and down like a fairground ride as books and folders crashed onto the floor. I wanted to immediately run for my life, but had to wait until we we were told to evacuate, and walk down the twenty flights of stairs in the pitch black, touching the wall for support.
As millions like me poured onto the streets, battling to make their way to their homes and loved ones, it became apparent it had been the most devastating tremor in Mexico since that Sept. 19, 1985 disaster. Within hours, the government declared that more than 200 people had been confirmed dead while many more were buried under the rubble of smashed buildings that had were scattered across the city.
The coach said he spoke to them about that and other situations that have happened in our country. He then explained why former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick started kneeling during the anthem.
“One of the kids asked, ‘Can we do that?’ I said, ‘As long as we know why we're doing it, I don’t have a problem with any of it.’”
When the anthem started, the Cahokia third graders immediately took a knee where they were standing. Their backs were away from the flag—but not on purpose—according to Gooden.
“What I teach my kids is love, integrity, honesty, fairness, respect and boundaries,” he said.
After a third night of violence and unrest in St. Louis, about 100 protesters marched in silence along downtown streets Monday during the morning rush hour. Once they reached City Hall, the silence gave way to chants for justice.
The city has been marked by protests since Friday, when former police officer Jason Stockley was acquitted on charges of murdering a black motorist after a police chase in 2011. Stockley is white.
Overnight Sunday, police arrested more than 80 people after a peaceful protest turned violent as night fell. In a concentrated area downtown, some protesters smashed windows and overturned trash cans, while others threw chemicals and rocks at police, authorities said.
“After the demonstration, organizers announced that the daytime protest was over,” Mayor Lyda Krewson said in news conference at about 1 a.m. Monday. “But a group of agitators stayed behind, apparently intent on breaking windows and destroying property.”
She declined to take reporters’ questions.
Some protesters complained that police were unnecessarily aggressive. Further inflaming tensions, a St. Louis photographer reported he and others heard police chant “whose streets, our streets” after making some arrests.