A plane crashed and broke in HALF after skidding off a runway at an airport in Honduras.
Shocking pictures from the scene in the capital, Tegucigalpa, show the badly damaged Gulfstream jet lying in two pieces.
The private jet is believed to have overshot the runway while trying to land at Toncontin International Airport.
Incredibly, all passengers and crew onboard the aircraft survived the crash, authorities say.
This is the shocking moment a fist fight erupted between a man with pink hair and another wearing a thong at a pride festival - with one heard yelling: "We gave you a ride, b**ch!"
The bizarre clip, filmed with a mobile phone by another festival-goer, shows a crowd gathering around the rowdy revelers as punches fly.
At first a pink-haired man can be seen wrestling on the ground with a leather thong-clad rival, who is then thumped in the face repeatedly by a third man.
As that fight intensifies, another reveler takes on the pink-haired man who attempts to punch back - but then his shorts fall down.
Passersby can be seen attempting to break up the scraps and a police officer rides past in a buggy, but the chaos isn't calmed until an on-site security guard intervenes.
Russia will deploy pioneering military technology to prevent terrorists using drones to drop bombs on World Cup stadiums.
The equipment, pictured here for the first time, has been war-tested in Ukraine and Syria.
Drones are an effective way of landing explosives on targets, warned anti-terror chiefs.
Leaving nothing to chance, the FSB - Russia's security service - has ordered dozens of no-flight zones around stadiums and training facilities at the World Cup, which kicks off next month.
Army chief Valery Gerasimov has issued orders to set up jamming stations outside the 12 stadiums that would make remotely operating a drone impossible.
A millennial who has been living rent-free for the last decade has been ordered to move out after his own parents took him to court.
The couple were forced to take drastic action after 30-year-old Michael Rotondo refused to leave their upstate New York home or get a job - claiming he was 'too busy' to find work.
In extraordinary courtroom video footage, he can be heard arguing that he should be granted a six-month notice period before being forced to go.
But State Supreme Court Justice Donald Greenwood disagreed and told him he must pack his bags and leave Christina and Mark Rotondo's home near Syracuse in New York state.
Armed police have arrested a man at a busy university campus amid reports of students hiding and running in fear.
Some students are said to have been kept in 'lockdown' in a library as officers descended on the University of Lincoln today.
Police carrying firearms were spotted outside the Great Central Library, near the Engine Shed music venue, Lincolnshire Live reports.
Dramatic footage has since emerged showing a number of officers surrounding a man outside the library on the Brayford campus.
In the clip, the male can be seen holding his hands above his head, as armed police and an officer with a dog move towards him.
A five-year-old boy dangling by his neck from his home's window grilles has been saved by two quick-thinking bystanders in a dramatic rescue in south-east China.
Video of the incident in Fujian province shows the boy hanging mid-air with his head wedged between the mental bars outside of his home on the fourth floor.
Realising that the boy could slip through any moment, two brave onlookers transformed into real life superheroes and started clambering up the building with their bare hands.
A woman bit her boyfriend's tongue and refused to let go during 'last kiss after he broke up with her' and had to be separated by the police with tear gas, on the street of Qianshan in China.
A Brazilian murderer died after suffocating in a 230ft-long escape tunnel he had dug from his prison cell toilet, it was reported today.
Judson Cunha Evangelista, 26, had spent months carving the tunnel, and had managed to dig all the way past the perimeter wall of the jail in Boa Vista, northern Brazil.
However, shortly before he was able to dig himself out, he is believed to have suffered an acute lack of oxygen, and despite making it back to his cell, he died soon after.
Heroic bystanders use quick-wits to dramatically catch boy falling six storeys suing bedsheets during a heart-racing incident in China
This is the horrific moment three men accidentally recorded themselves drowning, after setting up a camera film themselves swimming.
Chetan Khatik, 28, Sudarshan Chandel, 22, and Radheyshyam Khatik, 27, had stopped for a swim in a local pond during a bike ride through Rajsamand city in Rajasthan, western India.
Despite all three of them being poor swimmers, they decided to get into the deep pool at Gauri Dham Kund in the city.
The Russian Ministry of Defense shared footage of a powerful and successful submarine missile test in the White Sea. The submarine SSBN Yuriy Dolgorukiy successfully tested four Bulava missiles.
An investigation has been launched after workers were secretly filmed violently abusing pigs at a farm owned by one of Britain's biggest producers.
Campaign group Animal Equality released horrific footage of the animals being kicked in the head, jabbed with pitchforks and hit with gates.
Four workers at Fir Tree pig farm in Lincolnshire, have since been sacked and the the video has been passed to the RSPCA and government to investigate.
Girl Has A Fail When She Try To Be All Sexy Washing Car In Bikini
Rep. Maxine Waters (D., Calif.) is slated to pay her daughter another $108,000 for running a lucrative campaign operation that pulls in hundreds of thousands of dollars each election cycle, FEC filings show.
Karen Waters, the daughter of Rep. Waters, collected nearly $650,000 to date for running the operation for her mother's campaign.
Karen is in charge of a "slate mailer" operation for Citizens for Waters, Rep. Waters' federal campaign committee. Slate mailers, or endorsement mailers, involve a candidate or political group paying for the endorsement of another politician.
A candidate pays Citizens for Waters from their own political committees for her endorsement. If a candidate that she endorses does not directly pay her campaign committee, they must credit their own committee with in-kind contributions from Waters.
The mailers are sent to nearly 200,000 residents in South Central Los Angeles, an area where Waters holds considerable clout. The mailers contain an "official sample ballot" and brief quotes from Waters about the candidates and measures that she supports.
During the 2016 election cycle, Waters' campaign committee hauled in nearly $300,000 from more than 20 payments for slate mailer endorsements.
Kamala Harris, the former Democratic attorney general of California who last November won a seat in the U.S. Senate, gave Citizens for Waters $30,000 to appear on the endorsement mailers this past election cycle. Harris previously paid Waters' campaign committee $28,000 in 2010 to appear on the mailers as she was running for attorney general.
Harvard Law professor Laurence Tribe appeared on CNN’s New Day to discuss his new book, To End a Presidency: The Power of Impeachment, and the #Resistance Twitter influencer warned Democrats against throwing down the impeachment card too hastily.
CNN’s Chris Cuomo noted that Tribe’s book “comes with a note of political caution,” that “Democrats shouldn’t be rushing down the road of impeachment.”
Tribe explained that the impeachment is not about “garden variety crime,” but “abusing the authority that we give to high officials like the president.” The professor went on to give examples of offenses that Trump could commit that would not constitute crimes, but would be impeachable, including failing to protect the country in favor of enriching himself personally.
“But it will be available only if we don’t use it loosely, and ring the bell every time something looks amiss,” Tribe said. “You can’t be the boy who cried wolf and have a viable impeachment power. You can’t use it over and over again against the same president.”
“If you’re going to shoot him, you have to shoot to kill,” Tribe said. “And that requires an overwhelming majority of a bipartisan kind. Otherwise you’re just going to nick the guy, and make him feel empowered and vindicated.”
If Americans give the House of Representatives back to the Democratic Party this November, one of first things that will happen is the impeachment of President Trump, Rep. Al Green (D-Texas) said Tuesday.
"There’s a good likelihood there will be articles of impeachment” brought against Trump, Rep. Green said. “Here is a point that I think is salient, and one that ought to be referenced. Every member of the House is accorded the opportunity to bring up impeachment. This is not something the Constitution has bestowed upon leadership. It’s something every member has the right and privilege of doing.”
Rep. Green, who has been one of the most vocal proponents of impeaching Trump, made the comments during an appearance on CSPAN. Here's a transcript:
ECHEVARRIA: “If Democrats take back the House in November, what is the likelihood that Speaker Nancy Pelosi bring up an impeachment charge?”
GREEN: “I’ll let Speaker Pelosi address her actions. But here is a point that I think is salient and one that ought to be referenced. Every member of the House is accorded the opportunity to bring up impeachment. This is not something that the Constitution has bestowed upon leadership. It is something that every member has the right and privilege of doing. I am not sure that there will be members who are going to wait for someone else if that someone else, doesn’t matter who it is, is declining to do it. We can all do it. And I think there is a good likelihood there will be Articles of Impeachment.”
ECHEVARRIA: “Have you heard directly from the Minority Leader about these efforts of yours, specifically asking you to stop or hold back? Anything along that line?”
GREEN: “Well, I don’t think you have to ask me what I’ve heard. If you have read publications, it is intuitively obvious to perhaps even the most casual observer that she and I are in different places on this. I respect her position.”
Congressman and Democrat National Committee deputy chairman Keith Ellison (D., Minn.) displayed his singing abilities at this year's MinnRoast event with a song mocking President Donald Trump. "If I want to be called a stable genius, I just call my best friend Vladamir Putin," Ellison sang while wearing a Trump-style wig and playing an acoustic guitar to the tune of "Guantanamera." Ellison was accompanied by Minneapolis City Council Member Jeremiah Ellison, who played the drums. The song included lyrics about adult film actress Stormy Daniels, special counsel Robert Mueller, collusion with Russia, and former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty (R.).
The organization that sells baby parts to the highest bidder is fighting tooth and nail to keep taxpayer dollars flowing into their abortion mills. For far too many years now, we’ve been listening to the left tell us that Planned Parenthood is primarily about providing “health care” to low-income families, and that abortion is just a minor part of their business. Now that President Trump is talking about taking away taxpayer funds that Planned Parenthood uses to extinguish the lives of unborn babies while promising to keep the funding for health care for low-income women intact, Planned Parenthood supporters are still crying foul.
Former Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards said “if people don’t support abortion, they don’t have to have one” in response Friday to those opposed to Planned Parenthood receiving federal funding.
The Trump administration is set to announce the resurrection of a Reagan-era rule denying federal funding to clinics that discuss abortion with patients or share space with abortion providers.
Richards blasted the decision during an NPR interview as a “gag” rule that will destroy trust between patients and doctors, arguing women won’t get all the information they deserve about their pregnancies.
“Can you respond to the basic assertion being made there, that some people are profoundly morally opposed to abortion and they just don’t want the federal government to have anything to do with it, so just cut it off,” NPR host Steve Inskeep asked. “Set it to the side. Why not?” –WFB
Judicial Watch Director of Investigations Chris Farrell discussed how the Obama administration meddled in foreign elections. Lou Dobbs.
Special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation began as opposition research helped by the Clinton Foundation and needs to end, former Clinton confidant Mark Penn argued Monday.
Writing for The Hill, Penn blasted the investigation on the Trump campaign.
"They started by telling the story of Alexander Downer, an Australian diplomat, as having remembered a bar conversation with George Papadopoulos, a foreign policy adviser to the Trump campaign. But how did the FBI know they should talk to him?" Penn wrote.
"That's left out of their narrative. Downer's signature appears on a $25 million contribution to the Clinton Foundation. You don't need much imagination to figure that he was close with Clinton Foundation operatives who relayed information to the State Department, which then called the FBI to complete the loop. This wasn't intelligence. It was likely opposition research from the start."
Penn also alleged that high-ranking officials at the Department of Justice and the FBI conspired to let Hillary Clinton off the hook regarding her use of a private email system while she was secretary of state.
"At this point, there is little doubt that the highest echelons of the FBI and the Justice Department broke their own rules to end the Hillary Clinton 'matter,' but we can expect the inspector general to document what was done or, more pointedly, not done," Penn wrote.
Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper told CNN's Don Lemon Thursday night that the president's claim that the Obama administration spied on his campaign is "hyperbole" but if it is true, it is a "good thing."
"They [the Obama admin's FBI] may have had someone who was talking to them in the campaign, but, you know, the focus here... is not on the campaign, per se, but what the Russians were doing," Clapper said.
But if there was an intelligence agent "observing" the Trump campaign's interactions with Russia, "that's a good thing because the Russians posed a threat to the very basis of our political system."
"I think it's hugely dangerous if someone like that is exposed," Clapper said of the yet-unnamed spy inside the Trump campaign.
At the same time Thursday night, former U.S. attorney Joe diGenova was telling FNC's Tucker Carlson a different side of the story: "We have learned that the crimes were committed by the FBI, senior members of the Department of Justice, John Brennan, Mr. [James] Clapper, Mr. [James] Comey and others associated with the Democratic Party... And Donald Trump and his associates committed no crimes."
CLAPPER: “No, it isn’t a lie. I’m sorry. It isn’t a lie. I was thinking about something else, another program. I can get into all the technical details. He was asking about the metadata program and the euphemistic way he asked about it, I didn’t break code. I was thinking of another program that we had just gotten renewed, Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. By the way, had I been on the same page with him and understood what he was asking me, I would have still been in a bad place because at the time that program was classified. And just on the face of it, trotting up the Hill testifying for 20 or 25 years, dozens of hearings, hundreds of questions and always tried to answer them straight. But gee, just for a change of pace, I think I’ll lie on this one question and by the way, do it on live television in front of one of my oversight committees. Really? No. So I made a mistake, but I didn’t lie.”
“The White House is not yet fully informed regarding to the extent to which intelligence was collected on the Trump campaign. There’s additional information that House investigators have collected. We need to make sure the White House gets appropriately informed about that because it will not be enough to have Rod Rosenstein and others at the Justice Department investigate themselves,” Gaetz said.
At least one additional government "informant" attempted to infiltrate the Trump campaign under President Barack Obama, former Trump campaign aide Michael Caputo revealed exclusively on Fox News' "The Ingraham Angle" Monday night.
"Let me tell you something that I know for a fact," Caputo told host Laura Ingraham. "This informant, this person that they tried to plant into the campaign -- and even into the administration, if you believe Axios -- he's not the only person who came at the campaign. And the FBI is not the only Obama agency who came at the campaign.
"I know because they came at me," Caputo added. "And I'm looking for clearance from my attorney to reveal this to the public. This is just the beginning."
Axios has reported that the suspected FBI informant in the Trump campaign was recommended for a senior post in the Trump administration.
"When we finally find out the truth about this, Director Clapper and the rest of them will be wearing some orange suits," Caputo told Ingraham, referring to former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper.
HUCKABEE: "I think it’s a wonderful idea. They will create a whole series of fictional content based on all the things that President Obama did to earn the Nobel Peace Prize. So it is going to be an extensive series of fiction that he will be able to tout the things that justified his getting a Nobel Peace Prize two weeks into his presidency, because it was based on all the things he was going to do. And since he didn’t do those things, now we’re going to be able to see this series. It will be bigger than 'House of Cards.'"
Republican congressional candidate Antonio Sabato Jr. said that California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) is running the state "into the sewer" after a bill was proposed to give health care to illegal immigrants.
State Sen. Ricardo Lara (D), who wrote the bill, said that "California has never waited for the federal government ... to be able to take leadership on a whole host of issues." The bill would expand Medicaid, which covers children regardless of immigration status, to cover adult illegal immigrants as well.
"I completely disagree with the way Jerry Brown has been running this state," Sabato Jr. said. "He's running it into the water, into the sewer."
He called the bill "completely unconstitutional" and said California "will look like Venezuela" if it passes.
Orange County CA supervisor Michelle Steel discusses the newly proposed health care bill in California. David Asman.
Investigative reporter Ronan Farrow said on ABC's 'This Week' roundtable on Sunday morning that it was not only Russia that tried to interfere with the 2016 election, and American politics in general. In light of reports that the FBI traveled to Tel Aviv in the Trump election probe and an "Israeli specialist in social media manipulation" met with Trump Jr. in the months before the election. …
On Sunday’s installment of Showtime’s The Circus, CNN Tonight host Don Lemon was profiled and he lashed out at President Trump as a “racist” and insinuated that Trump’s criticism of him was racially-based.
Thankfully, the show also profiled our friends at the Daily Caller and, to the show’s credit, the interviews allowed for Daily Caller personality to offer some excellent points about liberal media bias. All the while, it inadvertently made a comment moments beforehand by lefty co-host Alex Wagner look absurdly foolish when it comes to media echo chambers.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) talked to graduates but showed no class at a Lesley University commencement speech Sunday. Warren decided the graduates needed to hear her take shots at President Trump and Kanye West before graduating. "Life is full of unexpected challenges," Warren said. "Things that pop up and make you wonder about reality. I mean, is Kanye really okay? [Laughter] Did someone bite Beyonce's face? Did the president of the United States really tweet about -- oh, let's not talk about that."
Bob can't believe what he just witnessed.
India - Motive for murder is not known, but the killer appeared to want to ensure a public message was left .... possible lovers ?
Fierce winds wreaked havoc on the Russian city of Tyumen on Sunday, injuring 39 people and destroying cars, ripping roofs and even knocking brick walls down.
Don't Let Your Inflated Ego Talk To The Bouncer When You Are Drunk, He Will Knock You Out!
Congrats on the baby boy. Sorry about the bruise.
Hood Rat Royal Rumble
Absolute villain meets a punching hero.
Dude Gets Caught In A Headlock While Catching Blows To His Face! "His Girlfriend Screaming"
Moments after arriving at the city house, Rochester Police Officer Korey McNees offered a solution for the man standing outside who wanted to retrieve items from his uncooperative girlfriend who'd earlier changed the locks:
Just break into the house, McNees said.
The law allowed it, McNees told the man time and time again in conversations outside of the Genesee Park Boulevard home and captured on police-worn body cameras. If the boyfriend lived there, then he was in his legal right to kick in a door or break a window and get his small refrigerator, air conditioning unit, and gift cards he wanted from within, the officer said.
Finally, the boyfriend, who for more than 20 minutes hesitated to follow the advice and who did not formally reside at the home, listened to McNees and smashed out a window. His former girlfriend, Catherine Bonner, responded by sticking a 9mm rifle out of the window. And now Bonner is facing criminal charges, accused of menacing a police officer in the Nov. 13 incident.
On Tuesday, May 22, state Supreme Court Justice Charles Schiano Jr. is scheduled to rule on motions from Bonner's attorney, David Pilato, who contends that evidence in the case should be suppressed because the police actions before, during, and even after Bonner's arrest were clearly unconstitutional.
Prosecutors differ, saying Bonner had no cause to stick the rifle out the window, even if the police were in the wrong when telling the boyfriend he could break in.