A handsy octopus latched onto a female diver’s backside in Oahu, Hawaii. Ocean videographer Shane Brown captured the stunning interaction between the eight-armed creature and his diving partner, Jess Grub.
Maya Clanton had an interesting experience when her wisdom teeth were removed on May 20.While still high on pain medication, she had some strange conversations with her friend Nakeya in their car ride home from the hospital.In the uploaded to Facebook the North Carolina woman stressed about being unable to blink properly before digressing into the fear that her lips were numb.After calming answering Maya's questions about how she got into the car Nakeya tells her, I'm so glad I got to pick you up Maya, oh you've made my day .... Credit: Maya Clanton via Storyful
Far left actor, and former Roseann husband, Tom Arnold, is still desperate for attention and ends up getting caught in a boldfaced lie while being interviewed on CNN. Arnold claimed that he had spoken with Pres. Trump's lawyer, Michael Cohen, and was given takes by him showing the president doing things that would make people think differently of him. The problem is he was lying! He actually just wanted to take a self shot with the lawyer and then made the post on twitter in an attempt to get media attention, CNN took the bait.
TheDC’s Amber Athey and Justin Caruso regularly take to the streets of Washington, D.C., to ask the most important questions in America.
This week, we showed people a number of photos taken of detention centers for migrant children.
Clearly, President Trump is keeping these kids in such horrible conditions … just kidding, that was President Obama in 2014. That’s right, we showed people around D.C. photos from detention centers that were run in 2014 under President Obama.
Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats love to selectively cite the Bible to attack the Republicans, but the House Minority Leader struggled to do that today as she stumbled through reciting a passage of the Word, and could barely say “pope.”
Holding tiny American flags during the politically opportune moment, several Dems paraded before the microphone to denounce President Trump and an immigration policy in existence since at least the Obama administration.
While trying to recite a Bible passage, Pelosi struggled mightily.
TRUMP: "You come up thousands of miles coming through Mexico, and we are going to stop it. Get them out of here. Get them out of here."
TRUMP: "Go to home to your mom, darling. Go home. Get them out of here. Out."
CROWD: "USA! USA! USA! USA!"
TRUMP: "We are -- is that a man or a woman because he needs a haircut more than I do. Couldn't tell. Couldn't tell. I couldn't tell. He needs a haircut. But the media never talks about the American victims of illegal immigration."
The vegans are coming! The vegans are coming! Someone get me steak immediately! From what I’ve heard, it works just like garlic on vampires.
Stupidity struck again over the weekend at a Bay Area festival in California when vegan activists — who promote “species equality” — stormed the festival stage and protested.
Don’t worry. People at the King of the County BBQ Challenge & Music Festival in Martinez, Calif. didn’t take the protesters seriously, either.
Members of animal rights “platform” Direct Action Everywhere thought it would be a great idea to protest a barbecue festival on Father’s Day weekend, when people barbecue almost as much as Independence Day. Activists held up signs that read, "It's not food. It's violence."
A dolphin reached over the side of the viewing tank and stole an iPad from a visitor at SeaWorld Orlando in the US. The animal grabbed the device and tossed it into the water. The visitor retrieved it and then quickly walked away.
If you ask 105-year-old Helen Granier of Palm Harbor, she would tell you, "I never expected to live this long, no one in my family ever did. I don't know!"
As you talk to her further, you realize she actually has a whole life mantra to live by: living your life.
"I used to drink beer, and I smoked, and everything. I stayed out late, you know, dancing, and then I would go to work."
Turns out, Helen had quite the impressive life, including but not limited to living through the first world war.
"I remember the first world war. I guess I was only three or four, but I remember my uncle came home to see my mother, who was sick."
She even talked about her love for gambling and dancing, and the time she went to Las Vegas.
"[My husband] wouldn't take me to Vegas, because he knew I liked to gamble. Oh, I loved to play the slot machines. So I went to Las Vegas after he passed."
She celebrated her birthday Friday with a group of her closest friends at the Coral Oaks Independent Living Facility. She not only exchanged stories, she laughed about the good times. She's been a resident at Coral Oaks for nine years.
When the group tried to guess when she started to drive, Helen swiftly replied,"I don't even remember when I started to drive!"
For more on the interview and the all the wisdom she had to give, check out our 10News Facebook page livestream interview.
Happy Birthday, Helen! You're a true inspiration to us all.
As the underdog in Colorado’s Democratic 6th District House primary on June 26, former Obama administration official Levi Tillemann has launched a campaign ad aimed at grabbing people’s attention. But the attention he’s receiving may not be the kind he was hoping for.
In the ad titled, “This Will Save Lives,” Tillemann volunteers to take a blast of pepper spray to his own face, while making the case to arm every school classroom in America with a can of pepper spray to stop school shooters.
After criticizing President Donald Trump’s endorsement of the idea to arm school officials and teachers to help defend against threats, Tillemann says in the ad:
“I’m calling on Congress to stop talking past each other and try something new. Empower schools and teachers with nonlethal self-defense tools, like this can of pepper spray.”
Tillemann then explains how powerful pepper spray is and why it would be less of a risk to keep in classrooms than a gun.
“Trust me, this will stop anyone in their tracks,” says Tillemann, before being liberally sprayed in the face with pepper spray.
The next scene shows Tillemann saying, “Wow, that’s intense,” before dunking his head in a tub of sudsy water in an attempt to remove the substance from his face.
“It’s incredibly painful, and now, I just can’t see anything,” Tillemann says. “It’s just unbearable. It’s like lava in your eyes.”
He’s then seen spraying his eyes with a water hose while the message on the screen reads, “There are more than 300 million guns in the US.”
Tillemann says that part of building a better future for America involves making our schools safe again, and that nonlethal defense tools will save lives.