A terrified night security guard has filmed what he believes is a ghost on his phone, after hearing strange noises coming from the changing rooms of a football stadium.
In the eerie video, shot by Raul Arguello, he walks around the deserted venue in Argentina, looking for where a loud door slamming noise is coming from.
The 32-year-old captures the moment he bravely shoves open the banging door to discover no one is in the brightly lit room below the bleachers in the Tomás Adolfo Ducó Stadium in Buenos Aires.
But as he pans his camera around the empty space, he unknowingly captures the fleeting instant a spectre quickly passes along the benches, crossing the video frame from left to right and disappearing through the wall.
At the time, the apparition appears to be invisible to the naked eye as Arguello doesn’t react to the movement.
He later admitted he hadn’t see it.
Paedophile hunters ambushed a suspected sex offender outside a primary school, ignoring teachers' pleas to leave.
Staff at Blackhall Primary in Edinburgh sheltered the man inside the school as the vigilantes live-streamed from outside school gates.
Dozens of people then took to social media to castigate school staff for harbouring the man, who has been accused of sending indecent images to a 14-year-old boy.
Teachers can be heard during the live-stream pleading with the vigilantes to move away from the school as they may frighten children during lunchtime.
The incident will add to concern about the activities of paedophile hunters, who in some parts of the country have been threatened with arrest.
Harrowing video footage has emerged showing the moment a passenger plane crashed moments after take-off in Cuba , leaving more than 100 people dead.
Three people survived when the Cubana Airlines jet exploded into flames and plunged to the ground near Jose Marti International Airport in Havana on Friday.
Five children, including a baby under two, are believed to be among the dead, according to local reports.
Footage shows a huge fireball erupt into the sky followed by a plume of black smoke as the Boeing 737 plummets to the ground in the jungle.
Stunned witnesses are heard shouting and brave passersby run towards the scene of the burning wreckage.
A high school shooter was wearing a T-shirt bearing the slogan 'born to kill' when he massacred his fellow classmates and teachers.
Dimitrios Pagourtzis was allegedly armed with his father's shotgun and pistol when he burst into an art class and yelled 'surprise' before going on a deadly rampage at Santa Fe High School in Texas yesterday.
The 17-year-old, who is now in custody, was also dressed in a dark trench coat and black boots when he killed ten people and wounded ten others, it was claimed.
A tradesman has been caught on camera yelling at a female driver after his foot was run over in a heated road rage dispute.
The shocking footage shows the man screaming at the driver of a black Mazda in a no standing zone outside a Mill Park home in Melbourne at 3.40pm on Friday, 9 News reported.
The 42-year-old man ordered the 69-year-old woman to move her car, and when she didn’t he started kicking the vehicle, police said.
Daredevil competitors test their mettle in astonishing footage filmed at a rodeo in Oklahoma.
But this is a rodeo with a difference - where foolhardy competitors actually aim to get hit by the bulls.
Nerve-jangling footage shows crazed bulls smashing into people who actually paid to be in their line of sight.
A 46-year-old former Playboy centerfold model and her seven-year-old son were found dead Friday morning after jumping out of a window of a 25th floor penthouse suite at a hotel in Manhattan.
The victims have been identified as Stephanie Adams and her son Vincent. The incident happened at the Gotham Hotel, located at 16 46th Street, near Fifth Avenue.
The mother and son checked into the Gotham Hotel, located at 16 46th Street, near Fifth Avenue, around 6pm Thursday.
The two jumped from the 25th floor penthouse before 8:30am Friday morning, using a window at the rear of the building. They landed on a second-floor balcony and were both pronounced dead at the scene. It's unclear if she was holding her son, or if he jumped of his own volition.
The Orange, New Jersey mother jumped to her death as she was locked in a bitter custody battle with her ex, chiropractor Charles Nicolai.
Democratic California Rep. Eric Swalwell told Fox News host Bill Hemmer on Friday morning that he has evidence that the Trump campaign colluded with Russia by encouraging the Russians to interfere with the 2016 election. “The president asked them to do it.”
During a brief appearance on “America’s Newsroom,” Hemmer asked Swalwell whether it was justifiable to place an intelligence operative within the Trump campaign team. “So if you use a warrant that is drafted on information that may be directly tied to the Kremlin and use it to spy on a national political campaign, what do you think of that?”
Swalwell skirted the question, claiming that the bigger picture was more important than a small flaw in the execution.
“But I always invite people to take a step back and look at the big picture here. Donald Trump for years had been working with the Russians. He brought people on his campaign who had ties to the Russians. They were meeting in foreign places, receiving information from Russians on his political opponent.”
When Hemmer asked directly whether or not Swalwell had seen a fact that proved collusion, he said “Oh, yes, yes.” He then cited the campaign speech during which then candidate Trump had suggested that the Russians should “hack more.”
“The president asked them to do it, Bill. He stood on a stage and said, hey, why don’t you guys hack more, and they showed up to his Trump Tower, offered the evidence to his family. They received it, they didn’t turn it down.”
“That’s not what we found in the transcripts that were released the other day. You know that. That evidence wasn’t there,” Hemmer broke in. “Yeah, the meeting — and depending on who you believe, it was about adoption.”
Hemmer then asked how an offhand remark during a campaign speech constituted collusion. “Even if you just make a comment like that on stage in the middle of a national campaign, how does that prove collusion?”
Swalwell encouraged Hemmer to “look at the broader picture,” at which the Fox News host chuckled, “I’m trying.”
Construction of the Obama Presidential Center in Chicago has taken a major step forward with a city commission's decision to sign off on the project.
The Chicago Plan Commission on Thursday approved a proposal to build former President Barack Obama's center in Jackson Park on the city's South Side. The action came over protests from opponents who want an agreement that local residents will benefit from the $500 million project.
The plan still has other hurdles to clear, including City Council approval.
Protesters interrupted Thursday's meeting and demonstrators were outside City Hall earlier to make their voices heard ahead of the vote.
On Monday, a group called Protect Our Parks filed a lawsuit to block the project. They are trying to block the project on the grounds it is not a true presidential library. The group takes that stance because the center will only have a digital archive of documents and not the documents themselves.
Hour upon hour, day upon day, Omir Bekali and other detainees in far western China’s new indoctrination camps had to disavow their Islamic beliefs, criticize themselves and their loved ones and give thanks to the ruling Communist Party.
When Bekali, a Kazakh Muslim, refused to follow orders each day, he was forced to stand at a wall for five hours at a time. A week later, he was sent to solitary confinement, where he was deprived of food for 24 hours. After 20 days in the heavily guarded camp, he wanted to kill himself.
“The psychological pressure is enormous, when you have to criticize yourself, denounce your thinking — your own ethnic group,” said Bekali, who broke down in tears as he described the camp. “I still think about it every night, until the sun rises. I can’t sleep. The thoughts are with me all the time.”
Since last spring, Chinese authorities in the heavily Muslim region of Xinjiang have ensnared tens, possibly hundreds of thousands of Muslim Chinese — and even foreign citizens — in mass internment camps. This detention campaign has swept across Xinjiang, a territory half the area of India, leading to what a U.S. commission on China last month said is “the largest mass incarceration of a minority population in the world today.”
Chinese officials have largely avoided comment on the camps, but some are quoted in state media as saying that ideological changes are needed to fight separatism and Islamic extremism. Radical Muslim Uighurs have killed hundreds in recent years, and China considers the region a threat to peace in a country where the majority is Han Chinese.
Bill Gates, the billionaire businessman and founder of Microsoft, mocked President Donald Trump at a talk before his foundation, claiming the president repeatedly asked him the difference between HIV and HPV and made his wife uncomfortable.
In video obtained by Chris Hayes and aired on his MSNBC show All In, Gates dishes on several meetings he had with Trump, a fellow billionaire businessman, at Trump Tower and The White House.
Speaking before Gates Foundation staff, he revealed that the president (who once said evading sexually transmitted diseases in the 1990s was his own personal Vietnam) didn’t know the difference between HIV, the virus that can lead to AIDS, and HPV, an infection that can cause genital warts and cancer.
“Both times he wanted to know if there was a difference between HIV and HPV,” Gates said, as the crowd of his staffers burst out laughing. “So I was able to explain that those are rarely confused with each other.”
Google has built a multibillion-dollar business out of knowing everything about its users. Now, a video produced within Google and obtained by The Verge offers a stunningly ambitious and unsettling look at how some at the company envision using that information in the future.
The video was made in late 2016 by Nick Foster, the head of design at X (formerly Google X) and a co-founder of the Near Future Laboratory. The video, shared internally within Google, imagines a future of total data collection, where Google helps nudge users into alignment with their goals, custom-prints personalized devices to collect more data, and even guides the behavior of entire populations to solve global problems like poverty and disease.
When reached for comment on the video, an X spokesperson provided the following statement to The Verge:
“We understand if this is disturbing -- it is designed to be. This is a thought-experiment by the Design team from years ago that uses a technique known as ‘speculative design’ to explore uncomfortable ideas and concepts in order to provoke discussion and debate. It’s not related to any current or future products.”
Roger Stone reacts to reports FBI spied on Trump campaign Video – Fox News
Did the FBI place an informant within the 2016 Trump campaign? Reaction on ‘The Ingraham Angle.’
It really undermines the #Resistance when the criticism isn’t even true.
On Wednesday, during a roundtable discussion about California’s so-called “sanctuary state” policies, President Donald Trump referred to violent MS-13 gang members who come to the U.S. illegally as “animals.”
Here’s what Trump told Fresno County Sheriff Margaret Mims after she specifically noted how difficult it can be for her to get an MS-13 gang member deported in California, according to a White House transcript:
“We have people coming into the country, or trying to come in — and we’re stopping a lot of them — but we’re taking people out of the country. You wouldn’t believe how bad these people are. These aren’t people. These are animals. And we’re taking them out of the country at a level and at a rate that’s never happened before. And because of the weak laws, they come in fast, we get them, we release them, we get them again, we bring them out. It’s crazy.”
Q Mr. President, sir, could you clarify the context of your use of the word “animal” yesterday in referring to some people who were (inaudible) —
PRESIDENT TRUMP: No. It has nothing to do with this meeting. But I’m referring — and you know I’m referring — to the MS-13 gangs that are coming in. And I was talking about the MS-13 and also — and if you look a little bit further on in the tape, you’ll see that. So I’m actually surprised you’re asking this question because most people got it right.
But I’m saying the MS-13 — you don’t have that where you come from — MS-13, these are animals. They’re coming into our country and we’re getting them out. They come in again, we’re getting them out. We need strong immigration laws. We have the weakest laws in the entire world. We have laws that are laughed at on immigration.
So when the MS-13 comes in, when the other gang members come into our country, I refer to them as “animals.” And guess what? I always will. But we’re getting them out by the thousands. But it’s a big, dangerous job. And they’re able, in some cases, to come back in or new groups come in also from the gangs.
CNN political contributor Ana Navarro — along with a bevy of other journalists and major media outlets — accused President Donald Trump of calling “illegal immigrants ‘animals.'”
But even after CNN’s Chris Cuomo pointed out to Navarro on Thursday that Trump said his “animals” remark referred to the murderous gang MS-13, Navarro said that’s “not good enough.”
The Nicaraguan-born journalist added during the interview that because of Trump’s reported “s**thole” remark in reference to Haiti and other nations, along with statements he’s made about immigrants, “he doesn’t get the benefit of the doubt.”
“It is a very slippery slope when you start dehumanizing people this way,” Narvarro continued. “It’s what the Nazis did. It’s what slave owners did. It’s not what Americans do.”
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen scorched members of the Democratic party for defending MS-13 members after President Donald Trump called them “animals,” in a Friday interview.
Nielsen said she was “horrified” by Democratic lawmakers’ comments defending the gang members whose motto is to “rape, control and kill,” in an interview on “Fox & Friends.” Nielsen said the lawmakers criticizing Trump for calling the gang members “animals” owe the president an apology.
Nonetheless, in a press conference Thursday, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi blasted the president for making the “animals” comment about MS-13.
Pelosi began by saying, “Some of us who are attracted to the political arena, to government and public service” believe “we are all God’s children.”
“There is a spark of divinity among every person on earth, and we all have to recognize that as we respect the dignity and worth of every person,” Pelosi continued.
The House minority leader then added: “So when the president of the United States says about undocumented immigrants, ‘These aren’t people, these are animals,’ you have to wonder, does he not believe in the spark of divinity, the dignity and worth of every person?”
Q I just want to ask you, because so many people around the country have been talking about it in the last 24 hours, what did the President mean when he said some immigrants are not people, they’re “animals”?
SANDERS: The President was very clearly referring to MS-13 gang members who enter the country illegally and whose deportations are hamstrung by our laws. This is one of the most vicious and deadly gangs that operates by the motto of rape, control, and kill. If the media and liberals want to defend MS-13, they’re more than welcome to.
Frankly, I don’t think the term that the President used was strong enough. MS-13 has done heinous acts. It took an animal to stab a man a hundred times and decapitate him and rip his heart out. It took an animal to beat a woman — they were sex trafficking — with a bat 28 times, indenting part of her body. And it took an animal to kidnap, drug, and rape a 14-year-old Houston girl. Frankly, I think that the term “animal” doesn’t go far enough. And I think that the President should continue to use his platform and everything he can do under the law to stop these types of horrible, horrible, disgusting people.
I’m going to take one more question. Peter…”
President Donald Trump didn’t call all immigrants “animals” like the media wants you to believe. The president was specifically referring to members of the brutal MS-13 gang who are operating in and out of the U.S.
Journalists have been sharing a selectively edited clip posted by C-SPAN that only shows a short portion of the meeting about sanctuary cities that took place at the White House on Wednesday.
A CBS reporter slammed those giving “thoughts and prayers” to the family and friends of victims of the high school shooting in Santa Fe, Texas, Friday.
“You tweeted out that your thoughts and prayers were with the victims and, just sort of being online, you’re getting a lot of reaction for that,” said the CBS host to Texas Ag Ken Paxton. “You know, thoughts and prayers, we — we hear that every time there’s a shooting.”
He continued to ask, “How do you respond to people who say something’s got to be done, our children need to feel safe, and of all places, their school?”
“I would prefer to have people that were in place to protect our children,” Paxton responded.
The Texas school shooting left multiple victims dead. Possible explosives were also identified both at the school nearby the scene of the shooting.
A Cubana de Aviacion Boeing 737 with 104 people on board crashed on takeoff from Havana's Jose Marti International Airport on Friday, according to Cuba's state-run television.
The flight was headed to the Cuban city of Holguin and casualties are reported, an airport source told CNN.
The western city of Holguin is about 500 miles east of the Cuban capital. Cuban state media originally reported that the flight was bound for Guyana.
Students who witnessed Friday’s shooting at Santa Fe High School in Texas claimed that the shooter was wearing a black trench coat and had a sawed-off shotgun.
Damon Rabon, a Santa Fe student, said that he followed his teacher out of the classroom and saw the shooter firsthand.
“We heard, like, five more bangs, and then the kid came out [with] a black, like, trench coat on, a sawed-off shotgun with a pistol grip, and I think something sharp on his chest,” Rabon described. “And then he turned, and instead of looking our way, he just grabbed his backpack and went right back into the art room, so, at that point, we knew it was an active shooter.”
Rabon said that after he saw the shooter, he and his teacher went back into the classroom and closed the door. His teacher reportedly pulled the fire alarm in order to alert authorities, as Rabon said people in the class did not have cell service in order to call 911.
Another student, Avery Garza, told HLN that he also saw the suspect in a black trench coat and with a sawed-off shotgun.
Garza said his friend witnessed the shooter pulling out a pistol and shooting a girl in the head.
“He was in that class, and the shooter came in and started shooting. And he had a sawed-off shotgun and a pistol. And he shot a girl, and then pulled his pistol out and shot her in the head,” Garza said.
“We know who it is, but unfortunately I cannot give the name out. He was wearing a trench coat, I think it said USSR on it,” he added.
The gunfire was first reported before 8 a.m. Friday.
Witnesses said at least one suspect came into the school and opened fire in an art class.
Some students also said the shooter was throwing explosives into a classroom.
As of 9:45 a.m. law enforcement was sweeping the campus for the possibility of explosive devices, a threat they said they were taking “very seriously.”
Some students say they were evacuated down the street to a nearby auto shop as police surrounded the school.
Many parents are now lining up to pick their kids up at the business.
“School shooting in Texas. Early reports not looking good. God bless all!,” President Trump tweeted.
The school is located about 30 miles southeast of Houston.
A gunman who fired shots to bring police to the Trump National Doral golf course and resort early Friday was disabled by five officers who shot him in his legs, a police chief said.
The resort is in northwest Miami-Dade County. It is owned by President Donald Trump’s privately held company; he was not on the premises during the 1:30 a.m. incident.
Arrested was Jonathan Oddi, 42, a Doral resident who was hospitalized in stable condition. The only other reported injury was to a Doral police officer who broke his wrist.
A police chief said officers were called after Oddi pointed a handgun at staff and began firing.
Miami-Dade Police Director Juan Perez said Oddi appparently wanted to “engage our police officers, some type of ambush type attack, trying to lure our police officers.”
One officer from Miami-Dade police and four officers from Doral Police raced to the hotel at Northwest 36th Street and 87th Avenue and all exchanged gunfire with Oddi, Perez said.
“He did succeed, and he did lose,” Perez said. “That’s the bottom line.”
The two police agencies train together and Perez credited that collaboration with a prompt end to the threat. No hotel employees or guests were hurt.
Houston, TX - On Monday, May 14, 2018 the complainant arrived at his business, located at 8601 Martin Luther King, in Houston, Texas.
As the complainant parked, he noticed a red Chevrolet Impala (no license plate displayed) parked outside his front door with a male sitting inside. When the complainant approached the front door to unlock it, the unknown black male suspect exited the driver seat of the red Impala and pointed a pistol at the complainant and demanded his bag.
The complainant panicked and started running away. The suspect immediately started shooting at the complainant causing him to collapse to the ground.
The suspect then stole the complainant's bag and went through his pockets before returning to the red Impala and driving away.
The complainant was shot twice and transported to the hospital and is expected to survive. We're looking for the usual suspects.
Multiple fatalities are being reported in a shooting at a Texas high school, which is on lockdown.
One person is in custody after the attack at the Santa Fe High School, about 40 miles (65 km) south of Houston, according to school officials.
The school district has confirmed people were injured in an "active shooter" incident as classes began. It is unclear if the attacker was a student. Police have not yet confirmed any fatalities.
News helicopters filmed students emptying their backpacks in front of armed officers in a field outside the school.
Local media are reporting the shooting began as the fire alarm went off. It is not clear how the alarm was activated.
One 10th grader told networks she had an asthma attack while hiding in the woods.
All I'm gonna say is, "What the fuck?!?"
NASA flight engineers Drew Feustel and Ricky Arnold step outside the International Space Station for the first of two spacewalks to upgrade cooling system hardware and update communications equipment on Wednesday. A second spacewalk is due to take place on June 14, 2018.
Tens of thousands of people were ordered to evacuate their homes near the municipality of Ituango in the northwest of Colombia on Wednesday, following warnings of further flooding of the Cauca river.
The flooding has demolished 63 houses, a clinic, two schools and two bridges, and has left an estimated 600 people homeless.
Police officers in Texas have been cleared in the killing of Lawrence Shaw. Recently released footage shows a knife-brandishing Shaw approaching the officers, ignoring their orders and not stopping even after being tased twice.
After struggling with security, this over exuberant music lover gets tackled by backpack wearing Samaritan.
This passenger was filming a suspicious person in Myrtle Beach, SC when the subject person fired off shots.
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A Thai taxi driver kicked a German tourist in the head in an unprovoked attack in Pattaya, Thailand, on May 16, 2018.
Andreas Bruer, the German tourist, was riding a moped when police pulled him over and fined him for not having a license.
Officers clamped the front wheel of the moped, but as Andreas tried to drag it away, a taxi driver named Sunthorn Saengkham kicked him in the head.
Saengkham was later arrested and charged with assault for the unprovoked attack on the tourist.
Saengkham told officers that he believed Bruer was trying to flee the scene and wanted to “stop him from running away.”
But Lt. Col. Chaningan Panpinit, the deputy inspector of the Pattaya City Police Department, said that the taxi driver had “overreacted” and was fined for assault.
Crazy Dude Dumps A Full Trash Bin On Woman’s Head For Not Shutting The F*ck Up!
Dude Hopped Out The Backseat During A Crazy Road Rage Neither Of Em Wanted Smoke!
An Idiot Dude Grabs A Wild Baby Boar And He Gets A Huge Surprise From The Baby Mom.
Badass Dad Annihilates Pervert Who Exposed Himself To Kids
Nurse Attacked With Knife
Some serious weight behind that punch.
Took out the belt on him.
An eruption from the Kilauea volcano's summit shot ash and smoke into the air early Thursday on Hawaii's Big Island, and the resulting plume is expected to cover the surrounding area.
The volcanic cloud reached 30,000 feet, the US Geological Survey said. That's a little below the cruising altitude of a jetliner. Nearby residents are being asked to shelter in place if they are in the path of the ash plume.
A woman in Oklahoma died after being attacked by a pack of small, fleabitten dogs belonging to a neighbor. Tracy Garcia, 52, was killed in an attack by seven small dogs near her home outside Ardmore, Okla., Carter County Sheriff Chris Bryant told the Associated Press. Garcia died from her injuries on May 10. Bryant said each dog weighed less than 40 pounds. One dog was shot by a police officer, while the rest were euthanized at Ardmore Animal Shelter. R.I.P. Tracy Garcia.
Pharmacy manager fights off armed robbers.