Curious what living in London looks like now that Muslim migrants have basically taken over almost the entire city? Well, take a look at this culturally enriching young fellow showing the melanin challenged locals the songs of his people.
Well, not really. Just being a total douche bag and pissing off all the locals.
O.J. Simpson has defamed Judith Regan by suggesting she scripted his confession just so it would be more dramatic and she could make money ... and Judith is now mulling over a possible lawsuit.
Regan's lawyer, Jennifer McGrath, tells TMZ, her client is outraged by the claim of Simpson's lawyer, who said her interview with Simpson was scripted and, "Mr. Simpson went along because quite frankly he got a lot of money up front to go along with this."
McGrath tells TMZ it was Simpson who approached Regan to do the book and he was the one who insisted on calling it 'If I Did It.' As we reported, Regan has said Simpson's lawyer contacted her and said O.J. wanted to call it "I Did It" but wanted deniability for the sake of his children.
McGrath goes on to say Regan didn't write a single word of the book, and that "Simpson sat for the interview with Ms. Regan and spoke freely. To suggest that Ms. Regan is in any way responsible for Simpson's sick and depraved comments is absurd, laughable and actionable."
A firefighter scaled down an apartment building to rescue a woman threatening to commit suicide by swiftly swinging down to kick her back into the house as she sat on the ledge of a window.
The incident took place in Nanjing City on March 11. While this incident ended well there have been concerns about China's high female suicide rate according to the World Health Organization, although considerable progress has been made in recent years to bring down the suicide rate.
Professor Stephen Hawking (1942 – 2018). Widely regarded as one of the world’s most brilliant minds, Stephen Hawking, who died this week at the age of 76, was known throughout the world for his contributions to science, his books, his television appearances, his lectures and through biographical films.
Cambridge University tribute video to Stephen Hawking He leaves three children and three grandchildren. All of us at Cambridge University will miss him greatly.
The physicist and author of A Brief History of Time has died at his home in Cambridge. His children said: ‘We will miss him for ever’
Professor Stephen Hawking has died at the age of 76, a spokesman for his family said. Professor Hawking's children, Lucy, Robert and Tim said in a statement that he had died at his home in Cambridge in the early hours of Wednesday.
A dog died on a United Airlines plane after a flight attendant ordered its owner to put the animal in the plane's overhead bin.
United said that it took full responsibility for the incident. The dog was in a small pet carrier designed to fit under an airline seat.
Passengers reported that they heard barking during the flight and didn't know that the dog had died until the plane landed at LaGuardia Airport.
A FEMALE tourist has sparked anger after she stripped naked and rubbed herself against a mythical rock shaped like a penis.
The blonde woman was seen pulling down her hot pants next to the Hin Ta - or Grandfather Rock - on holiday island Koh Samui, Thailand, on March 12.
She was then snapped thrusting herself against the 12ft-high sacred rock - which locals believe holds the spirit of an old man.
Furious residents are now demanding cops find the woman and force her to publicly apologise.
Food seller Sutida Wongyai said: ''The rock is very special and represents our island.
"It is an insult to do this to it.''
On Monday, the House Intelligence Committee closed its inquiry into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election, much to the chagrin of the liberal media. The committee confirmed that the Russians were indeed trying to cause chaos in the election, claimed they weren’t out to help candidate Donald Trump specifically and that there was no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. But during their evening broadcasts, ABC and CBS downplayed the findings while NBC ignored them.
CBS Evening News only gave 31 seconds to the House committee’s findings. “Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee said there was no collusion or coordination between the Trump campaign and Russia during the 2016 election,” reported anchor Jeff Glor. “They also say that while Russia tried to interfere with the elections, they do not agree with U.S. intelligence that the Russians were trying to help Donald Trump.”
Glor followed that up by noting that committee’s Democrats would be releasing their own findings:
Democrats on the House panel are expected to put out their own report with different findings. The Senate Intelligence Committee is also investigating Russian meddling, as is the special counsel, Robert Mueller.
The scene was one of 'controlled chaos': hundreds of students openly smoking drugs, shot-gunning beer and performing lewd dance moves as the first weekend of Spring Break got underway on Fort Lauderdale's Las Olas Beach.
Others could be seen swigging from bottles of vodka and whiskey or guzzling tequila hidden in water pistols while some had to be helped off the sand after becoming too drunk to stand.
All of that in defiance of a 'zero tolerance policy' towards drugs and alcohol on the beach and a heavy police presence that included K-9 and mounted units.
One local cop told DailyMail.com: 'What you're seeing is controlled chaos. This isn't even a particularly busy day.
'Mostly, what we see is misdemeanor stuff, drunk, fighting stuff. One of them will get out a boom box and they all crowd round it.
'There's definitely drugs – you can smell it in the air – so what we do is take a K-9 through every so often.'
Fort Lauderdale is one of the most popular Spring Break destinations in Florida, with a recent survey putting it in second place after Orlando and its theme park resorts and ahead of nearby Miami.
At South by Southwest, SpaceX Founder and CEO Elon Musk projected that his first Mars spaceship will be ready for short trips by the first half of next year. He did warn, however, that the first travelers to Mars would likely perish.
"For the early people that go to Mars, it will be far more dangerous," Musk told HLN on Monday. "I mean, really, it kind of reads like Shackleton's ad for Antarctica explorers: It's difficult, dangerous, good chance you'll die, excitement for those who survive."
This warning came after a positive declaration: "We are building the first ship, the first Mars or interplanetary ship right now and I think we'll be able to do short flights, short up and down flights, probably in the first half of next year," Musk predicted.
It’s only the motto of America.
As Nancy Pelosi was touting how much she cares about our country, she completely forgot the meaning of the de facto national slogan, “E pluibus unum.”
Eminem's newest album entitled "Revival" wasn't just hated by most of the critics and almost every single fan that is in a complete bandwagon jumping moron, it was also one of his worst showings since the release of his first EP entitled Slim Shady.
The rapper has had a horrible career as of late, so now he's attempting to dive into politics by acting like a total hypocrite in bashing the NRA. Ironic, considering that most of his songs actually include guns in the lyrics. As well as the aging rapper constantly spewing hatred against females, homosexuals, and pretty much everybody else that liberals claim to support. Unless of course, that rapper decides to also bash the president that most of these liberals hate.
Stick to rapping about fighting pop stars dumb ass.
Even though Hillary Clinton had help going down a set of stairs in India today, she still nearly fell down.
While visiting Jahaz Mahal in Dhar’s Mandu, Clinton was attempting to descend about 15 stairs.
She was holding the arm of an aide.
With Huma Abedin following behind, Clinton slipped about halfway down the descent, nearly tumbling down.
A man walking in front of her jumped to grab her as she reached for him.
Despite both men helping her get to the bottom of the stairs, she slipped again, nearly doing the splits.
Huma stopped to watch as Clinton attempted to regain her balance.
Hillary kicked off her sandals to get to the bottom of the stairs.
No one seemed alarmed by the startling display.
Clinton was in the country promoting her book, “What Happened.” Yes, she’s still bitter about losing to President Trump.
A couple accused of waterboarding their 12-year-old daughter have reached a plea deal.
Last year, Malisa and Dion Stevens, of Aliquippa, allegedly waterboarded the girl to punish her.
Under the deal, the couple will be on probation for five to seven years.
The family can also be reunited under supervision.
“We have entered into a tentative plea agreement with the district attorney’s office. It’s my hope that the agreement will be upheld. It’s an agreement that is geared toward family unification,” defense attorney Lee Rothman said.
The details of the agreement will be worked out at a future court hearing, but the Stevens would plead guilty to a felony county of endangering the welfare of a child.
“The district attorney’s office has also agreed to lift the no contact order with the mother and father with their child, and they’re to have no violent contact and there will be unification process through Children and Youth Family Services,” Rothman said.
“My client Mr. Dion Stevens’ goal was to reunify with his daughter and I believe that his daughter has expressed the same token here today, and after discussing it with the DA, I think we are on the next step to reach that goal,” defense attorney Brandon Eberle said.
The incident happened last April at their Main Street home.
Missouri is changing its basis for discrimination claims. Victims will now have to prove what the "motivating" factor is behind the discrimination, which the NAACP says is "legalizing discrimination in Missouri." The NAACP is now issuing a travel warning about visiting the state. Jericka Duncan has the story.
The U.S. State Department warned its citizens about traveling to parts of Mexico including Cancun and Playa del Carmen, as homicides rise at resorts popular with American tourists.
The advisory issued on Tuesday upgraded the warnings for two states, Quintana Roo and Baja California Sur, saying turf wars between crime gangs have led to a surge in violence. The only warning for Quintana Roo in a December statement was about lack of cellular and Internet service in some areas.
Theresa May dramatically pointed the finger at Vladimir Putin tonight over the nerve gas attack on a former spy.
The Prime Minister said the facts increasingly suggested Russia was behind the apparent 'hit' on double-agent Sergei Skripal in Salisbury.
Branding the attack a 'reckless and despicable act', Mrs May said the substance used was a 'military grade' agent Moscow has produced.
Together with Russia's previous actions and tactics, including the killing of Alexander Litvinenko, the UK authorities had concluded it was 'highly likely' to be involved in the episode.
In a tough statement updating MPs after a meeting of the National Security Council, Mrs May raised the prospect of significant retaliation - making clear that the UK is already consulting Nato and other allies.
'It is now clear that Mr Skripal and his daughter were poisoned with military grade nerve agent of a type developed by Russia,' Mrs May said.
'This is part of a group of nerve agents known as novichok.'
Russia's ambassador was summoned to the Foreign Office at 3.45 for a 'cool but firm' meeting with Boris Johnson. There was no handshake between the politicians as Mr Johnson outlined the 'outrage' felt by the British people.
Harriet Sugarcookie, 22, runs her own adult movie company and has won a raft of awards for her videos.
The cam girl and model has been raking in up to £150,000 a year with tens of thousands of adoring fans.
Now Harriet is looking to make a flick with a cyborg as production and demand skyrockets.
Brothels across Europe are offering kinky dolls instead of real women, amid claims internet porn is warping men’s minds.
Asked whether sex robots might encroach on the porn industry, Harriet told Daily Star Online: “I hope so! I’d get to sleep in more while my sexy robot army works!
“I’d definitely try making a video with a robot. Just for the experience and I am an over-sharer.”
But Harriet thinks cyborgs have a long way to go before they can feature heavily in X-rated films.
She added: “For sex robots to be interesting on screen I think they would need to mimic human feelings and emotions.
To kick of his Sunday evening show on CNN March 11, host Van Jones warmly welcomed media mogul Oprah Winfrey by fangirling over how much he missed seeing her on television and pleading with her to give "us" “hope” for America’s future, with President Trump in office.
“We miss you so much! Do you miss us?” the CNN host eagerly greeted the media personality the left so desperately wanted to run against Trump in 2020. “It meant so much to us,” Jones praised, [but] I have to let you know how it is for us now,” he said somberly.
Jones then lumped in Oprah with the Obamas and bemoaned how there was no “hope” anymore because of the universe’s sick joke to put Trump in the White House:
“We had you. We had the Obamas in the White House. Even on a bad day, you had a North Star. You had some hope. And then it was like the universe looked just said, psych! And threw us in the toilet and closed the lid and now we’re just stuck in this crazy situation, swirling,” he gushed.
“We have each other,” Winfrey reassured Jones, before urging him to stay away from the “hysteria and negativity.”
“I have to just say everybody is feeding yourself on the hysteria and negativity. You got to stay in the light,” Winfrey said, before putting a plug in for her new movie, A Wrinkle In Time.
Even though Jones was clearly referring to President Trump and his administration, Winfrey instead cited the violence in the culture as “the darkness” instead, citing the recent Parkland shooting, as well as Ferguson and the gun violence on the streets of Chicago, urging Jones to not give away “energy” to your “opponents:”
OPRAH WINFREY: So if you put the focus on, look at what happened with the darkness that showed up in Parkland and the darkness that showed up on the streets of Ferguson and the darkness in many, many, many, many, many, many homes in Chicago with shootings and senseless murders...do not give your energy to the other side. Do not spend all your time talking about your opponents. Do not give your energy to that which you really don't believe in.
“But help us, though!” Jones pleaded, explaining that he tried to stay positive, but was always confronted by his peers to “go low” and fight the “Nazis” on the (presumably) other side.
“I go out there and I try to tell people, let's not become what we are fighting. Let's not be what we're fighting. They tell me, shut up, Van, because we got bigots out here, we got Nazis out here, we’re getting bullied, we are tired of going high. We want to go low and kick them in the private parts!” he complained.
Vice President Mike Pence told Fox News' Sean Hannity on Monday that ABC News star Joy Behar called him to apologize for mocking his Christian faith -- and he urged her to apologize to “tens of millions of Americans who were equally offended” during the conversation.
Pence spoke on a range of topics including Behar’s recent comments -- which have led the Media Research Center to launch a campaign to hold Behar accountable for spewing “anti-Christian bigotry” after she said that communicating with Jesus is a “mental illness” during a Feb. 13 episode of “The View.”
“I give Joy Behar a lot of credit. She picked up the phone. She called me. She was very sincere, and she apologized and one of the things my faith teaches me is grace; forgive as you've been forgiven,” Pence told Hannity.
Hannity told Pence that his faith also taught him to forgive but added, “I'm not as good at it as you.”
Austin police say that today’s second explosion, and third of the month, is similar to two other previous incidents that happened in that city. The first was on March 2 and the second one, earlier this morning.
The latest victim was identified as a 75-year-old Hispanic female. Manley said she was in critical but stable condition.
The explosion happened in the 6700 block of Galindo Street. Another woman in her 80s experienced an unrelated medical issue, but did not require hospitalization.
“If you know anything about these attacks we are asking that you let us know. We are having innocent people get hurt across this community and it is important that we come together as a community and solve this,” said Austin Police Chief Brian Manley at a briefing Monday afternoon.
“On the first one we did believe it was an isolated incident,” continued Manley. “We had nothing that made us believe in that moment that it was part of anything larger than an isolated incident. Standing here today, having had the two incidents that we have had today and being able to do an initial review of the evidence we have, we do believe these are related.”
Manley addressed the style of the device without specifics. “There is a certain level of skill that is required to put a device like this together successfully and then to have it detonate in the manner in which these are and cause the significant injuries and death that they have,” said Manley.
Manley acknowledged that there were many visitors in town for the South By Southwest Festival and he addressed those concerns.
“It’s not time to panic, but it’s time to be vigilant and it’s time to pay attention,” said Manley. “It’s time to pull together as a city and as a community and solve this. We need the community’s participation: If you see a suspicious package on your porch or somebody else’s, let us know.”
President Donald Trump fired Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Tuesday and said he would nominate CIA Director Mike Pompeo to replace him, ending Tillerson’s difficult tenure by tweeting an ouster that had been long expected and yet was shocking in its abruptness.
“We disagreed on things,” Trump said moments later, a diplomatic version of a difficult relationship with his top diplomat that included reports that Tillerson had called the president a moron in meetings with other officials.
Speculation that Tillerson would be fired grew with those reports last fall, and the secretary of state never personally denied their accuracy. It spiked again in November when White House officials told multiple news outlets of a plan to replace him with Pompeo. But Tillerson continued to hang on, pointing out that his doubters had yet to be proven right.
Trump’s change puts an ardent foe of the Iran nuclear deal in charge of U.S. diplomacy as the president also dives into high-stakes talks with North Korea.
Trump mentioned differences over how to handle the Iran agreement, which he wanted to withdraw from. “So we were not really thinking the same.”
A haunting video shows the inside of a helicopter moments before it crashed in New York, killing all five passengers.
It was posted on Instagram by journalist Trevor Cadigan, who is named amongst those who died in the tragedy, as the chopper took off on Sunday.
Mr Cadigan, 26, is seen smiling in the footage, while fellow passengers smile and give a thumbs up before the fatal crash.
The 30-second clip also shows the helipad from the air as the chopper takes off.
The Eurocopter AS350, which had been hired for a photo shoot, crashed shortly after 7pm in the East River .
Only the pilot, Richard Vance, survived, and he told officials he believes a passenger's bag may have inadvertently hit the emergency fuel shut off button.
President Vladimir Putin appeared to smirk at cameras when asked by a journalist whether he was responsible for the poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia.
In a clip uploaded to Twitter by BBC Moscow correspondent Steve Rosenberg, Putin is seen taking a tour at Russia's National Grain Centre.
As he approaches Rosenberg, he stops to engage in conversation after being asked: "Is Russia behind the poisoning of Sergei Skripal?."
The 65-year-old President dips his head slightly, before offering the hint of a grin as he stops to reply.
Angry protests erupted outside a court after an unlicenced driver who hit and killed a teenage boy walked free.
Ayou Deng was sentenced to 80 hours of community service after the death of the teen.
Jalal Yassine-Naj, 13, was killed while out skateboarding in Melbourne in March last year.
But after the incident was deemed an accident the mother-of-seven was never charged, Nine News reports.
Deng was ordered to carry out community service for unlicenced driving, together with unrelated unlawful assault and criminal damage offences.
Authorities say a package that exploded inside of an Austin home, killing a teenager and wounding a woman, is linked to a deadly package sent to another home in Texas' capital city earlier this month.
Earlier this month after Twitter’s unverification of Breitbart Tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos, commentators began to suspect that the social network was declaring war on conservatives.
But on closer inspection it appears that Twitter’s war on free speech is directed at a specific generation of libertarians and alternative conservative voices, many of whom are vocal and enthusiastic supporters of Donald Trump.
From Yiannopoulos’s unexplained unverification to the permanent suspension of popular Trump activist @RWSurferGirl and temporary account lock of conservative Twitter personality Linda Suhler, it seems that Twitter isn’t just attacking conservatives. Whether deliberately or not, they’re going after the social network’s most influential Trump supporters.
Twitter is hiding a tweet from the official Drudge Report account that features President Trump’s 2020 campaign slogan, “Keep America Great.”
When Twitter users navigate to the page of the Drudge Report with their “sensitive content” filter enabled, they are unable to see the Drudge Report’s full tweet. For new Twitter users, the “sensitive content” filter is enabled automatically and has to manually switched off. Instructions on how to do this can be found at the bottom of this piece.
President Trump revealed his new slogan, “Keep America Great,” at a recent rally in Pennsylvania.
We recently reported on Twitter filtering tweets from President Trump and his son, Donald Trump Jr. The filter appears to be triggered whenever anyone (including the President of the United States) retweets the Drudge Report. Users navigating to the oficial account of the Drudge Report, will find that all tweets from the account that contain URLs are hidden behind the same “sensitive content” warning message. When the President – or anyone else – retweets the account, their tweets are hidden too.
Uber’s chief brand officer Bozoma Saint John told CNN on Sunday that she wants white men to recognize that a bunch of white guys working together in an office is a problem which they need to fix.
A Russian Air Force SU 25 has landed a direct hit on a Isis bomb making factory in eastern Syria. Watch as the bomb making factory literally explodes hundreds of feet into the air after the precision munition explodes on contact.
Fox News is readying a new ad campaign with the tagline, "Real News. Real Honest Opinion."
The cable news behemoth will release a teaser for the campaign on Monday on its own properties, with additional creative planned to be released next week.
By featuring its prominent hosts like Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson along with journalists Chris Wallace and Martha MacCallum, Fox News is looking to reinforce its dominance as the most-watched cable channel.