• John McCain flattens Fox News reporter: 'Why would you ask something that dumb?'

    Erik Wemple | Opinion Fox News correspondent Peter Doocy is doubtless well-studied on the tensions between President Trump and Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.). In a Monday night speech in Philadelphia, McCain said, “To fear the world we have organized and led for three-quarters of a century, to abandon the ideals we have advanced around the globe, to refuse the obligations of international leadership and our duty to remain ‘the last best hope of Earth’ for the sake of some half-baked, spurious nationalism cooked up by people who would rather find scapegoats than solve problems, is as unpatriotic as an attachment to any other tired dogma of the past that Americans consigned to the ash heap of history.”

  • Pilot pulls ‘risky’ landing stunt in jet carrying 200 passengers

    An Air Berlin pilot has landed in hot water after appearing to play barnstormer with 200 passengers aboard, according to reports. The pilot buzzed Dusseldorf’s airport terminal in a maneuver that was meant to mark the carrier’s last trans-Atlantic flight Monday, according to reports. The Airbus A330 from Miami was on final approach when it banked sharply to the left over the runway, performed a go-around maneuver and landed safely. “It’s too high! It’s too high!” one person can be heard saying in a video that captured the dramatic stunt. “What is he doing?” a woman says. An airport employee at first thought the jet would smash into the terminal. “It was a strange feeling when the A330 came right

  • Bella Hadid Flaunts Her Flawless Figure While Posing in Skimpy Underwear

    The 21-year-old model shared a series of revealing videos in the bathroom on Tuesday.

  • American woman becomes princess after meeting a real prince in a nightclub

    Most of us can but dream of rocking up to the club and casually meeting a member of a royal family. But, that's what happened to Ariana Austin on the dance floor of Washington D.C. nightclub Pearl back in December 2005 when she met Joel Makonnen, a.k.a. Prince Yoel.  The story didn't end there for Austin and Makonnen. Twelve years on from their nightclub meet-cute, the couple tied the knot, and Austin became a princess. SEE ALSO: Prince George's favourite film proves once and for all he just can't wait to be king Per the New York Times , Prince Yoel is the great-grandson of Haile Selassie, the last emperor of Ethiopia, part of the Solomonic dynasty. Austin also happens to be of noble blood: she's the granddaughter of the lord mayor of Georgetown, Guyana. A post shared by Ariana Austin Makonnen (@chezariana) on Sep 15, 2017 at 7:14am PDT Enough about royalty, we want to know what went down in that nightclub on that fateful night in 2005. That night, Makonnen strolled over to Austin and her friend and said: "You guys look like an ad for Bombay Sapphire," according to the NYT . It appears Makonnen's regal background didn't help him out in the chat-up line department. Apparently, it took Makonnen just five more minutes to tell Austin: "You're going to be my girlfriend." Well, he certainly didn't waste any time.  Official pics are here! All credit to the talented @dotunayodeji. Planning by @favoredbyyodit Dress @lazarobridal #AriJo #royalwedding #moretocome ❤️ A post shared by Ariana Austin Makonnen (@chezariana) on Oct 16, 2017 at 4:39pm PDT The couple were wed in an Ethiopian Orthodox ceremony in Temple Hills, Maryland, surrounded by family and friends.  And, in case you were wondering, the couple certainly don't sit on thrones all day long. Austin works at the Executives' Alliance for Boys and Men of Color, and Makonnen works at Otsuka America Pharmaceutical.  Congrats to the happy (royal) couple! WATCH: Prince George looks beyond cute for his first day of school

  • Nurse fleeing California wildfires puts horse in car, picture goes viral

    Leave it to human ingenuity to solve almost anything. Lauren Mesaros, a California nurse, needed to flee from the Tubbs Fire going on in Napa, Sonoma and Lake counties in Northern California. Mesaros also needed to get her three horses, including her pony Stardust, away from the flames as well.  The problem? The trailer only held two of the three horses. Mesaros' solution? Put Stardust in the car. “He actually walked right into the car like a dog would,” Mesaros said in an interview with SF Gate. Mesaros said she put Stardust into the back of her 2001 Honda Accord, aided by her friend Carol Spears, whom Mesaros described as “a horse whisperer.” Mesaros' sister-in-law posted the picture to Facebook,

  • Cannibal Chimp Snatches Newborn and Eats It in First-Ever Observation of Shocking Behavior

    A male chimpanzee has been observed snatching a seconds-old newborn then eating it. This behavior has never before been documented by scientists, who say it could explain why female chimpanzees normally hide themselves away during the late stages of pregnancy. In December 2014, scientists were studying a group of chimpanzees at Mahale Mountains in Tanzania.

  • Still standing: Photos capture abandoned buildings after years of neglect 

    A photographer has released a collection of photos of abandoned buildings that are still standing despite years of neglect. Roman Robroek, 30, of the Netherlands, traveled all over France in a bid to capture the beauty of these decaying buildings. The stunning images were taken over the past five years at destinations throughout France. They include homes, churches, hospitals, castles and even automobiles. (Caters News) See more news-related photo galleries and follow us on Yahoo News Photo , Twitter , and Tumblr.