• Wildlife photographer captures osprey carrying shark, carrying fish in 'one-in-a-trillion photograph'

    A wildlife photographer in Florida captured a stunning photo of an osprey carrying what appeared at first to be a fish in its talons. But after taking a closer look, the photographer realized that the bird’s next meal was in fact a small shark. "It was very far away so I couldn't see it through my viewer but when I got home and zoomed in on the photo I saw the catch was a shark," Doc Jon told FOX13, adding that he thinks the sea creature is about a foot long. But if you zoom in on the photo, which Jon recently took near Hubbard's Marina in Madeira Beach, you'll see the presence of another tiny creature: in the shark’s mouth appears to be a fish, or a “real-time display of the food chain at work;

  • Watch Donald Trump try and fail to kiss Melania Trump at State Arrival Ceremony

    The president's unsuccessful attempt to negotiate Melania's wide-brimmed hat for a peck on the cheek - and later to hold her hand - has Twitter buzzing.

  • When this car thief discovered he wasn't alone, he flagged down police, Utah cops say

    A Salt Lake City man got more than he bargained for Monday when he made off with someone else’s car from a motel parking lot, police say. Francisco Esmerado, 23, stole a car outside a motel near the Salt Lake City airport at 3:42 a.m. Monday after the driver went inside to register, police told KSTU. Then Esmerado realized he wasn’t alone, police told the station. The driver had left her 12-year-old son in the back seat while she checked into their room. “We believe he was just trying to steal the vehicle and didn’t know the kid was in there,” Sgt. Brandon Shearer told The Salt Lake City Tribune. Esmerado pulled onto Interstate 80, but a short time later flagged down an officer to surrender and

  • Mummified body of the Shah of Iran 'found in Tehran' construction site

    A construction worker in southern Tehran may have stumbled across the mummified body of Reza Shah Pahlavi, the Iranian ruler whose son was overthrown in the revolution of 1979.  Builders were carrying out construction work at a Shia shrine in Tehran when they found the body amid a pile of rubble.  Pahlavi was buried in a mausoleum nearby after his death in 1944 but the tomb was blown up by Iranian revolutionaries as they tried to erase all traces of the previous regime.  The shah’s body was never found in the ruins and has been missing for nearly 40 years.  Hassan Khalilabadi, the head of Tehran’s heritage committee, said it was “a possibility” that the corpse may be that of the former Iranian leader. “This will be examined by responsible bodies," he said. The body was reportedly found by construction workers Pahlavi was a military officer who overthrew the ruling Persian dynasty in 1921 and seized power for himself, first becoming the country’s prime minister and then its monarch.   He introduced widespread reforms and is credited by some as the founder of modern Iran. But he was forced from power in 1941 by British and Russian troops and abdicated in favour of his son.  Pahlavi went into exile and died in South Africa in 1944. His son, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, was overthrown during the Iranian revolution in 1979.  Reza Shah's body as it was buried in 1944 Pahlavi’s legacy is a taboo subject for Iran’s government. While his son is still deeply controversial, some Iranians think fondly of the older Pahlavi because of his modernisation programme and his expansion of some freedoms for women.    During the widespread protests in Iran in late 2017 and early 2018, many protesters shouted out Pahlavi’s name as a way of defying Iran’s revolutionary regime. “Reza Shah, bless your soul,” people cried. If the body found in Tehran is indeed that of Reza Shah Pahlavi, Iran’s current rulers may have a delicate task figuring out what to do with it.  Islamic custom demands that all bodies be treated with respect but Iranian authorities will also be wary of allowing it to become a rallying point for opposition groups.  A spokesman for the Shah Abdol Azim shrine said the body was not Pahlavi’s. "All the rumours on the social media that claim this mummified body belongs to Reza Shah are false and void of any truth,” he said.    Reza Shah Pahlavi took power in 1921 but was forced to abdicate in 1941 by the UK and the Soviet Union Pahlavi’s grandson, Reza Pahlavi, said in a statement that he was “closely following” the reports that his grandfather’s body had been found.  He warned Iran’s government “against any secrecy or lack of transparency” in its handling of the body.   Iranian authorities said the body had been reburied. It was not immediately clear what steps Iran planned to take to verify if the body did belong to Pahlavi.  A widely-shared photograph on social media appeared to show an Iranian construction work taking a selfie with the body after discovering it at the foot of his bulldozer.

  • Jared Goff went undercover to prank a college team as the new QB transfer

    The players for Ventura College, a junior college in California, thought they were getting a new transfer quarterback named Dreaj Foge. What they didn’t know was that Foge was really Rams quarterback Jared Goff. Goff teamed up with Red Bull to prank the team as the transfer quarterback set to take the starter’s job. Goff sported a wig, fake tattoos and a prosthetic mole in hopes of fooling his new teammates who were told the cameras were for a JUCO football documentary. The prank seemed to work to perfection. Goff made a point to play into the character all to make the players feel disrespected. He asked the actual quarterback if he was the punter and intentionally overthrew passes just so he

  • Michigan woman found living with dead boyfriend for months

    The Detroit authorities who stepped inside a suburban home for a standard welfare check Monday morning were confronted with a grisly sight: the badly decomposed body of a man. The Warren Police Department told FOX2 the body of George Curtis, 68, was discovered in his bed. The check was initiated after relatives told officials they had not seen or heard from Curtis in months. "Relatives came over yesterday wanting to get in touch with him 'cause his sister was ill or something," neighbor Jamie Caza told the television station. "They went over there, knocked around and didn't see anything. They suggested going to police." A woman who was living in the home with Curtis was taken to a hospital for