Architects frontman Sam Carter and his band were performing at Lowlands Festival in the Netherlands when Sam spotted something that absolutely outraged…
Adolf Hitler thought he was going to win. The Nazis didn’t just take battle plans and explosives into World War II; they had plans for a whole new world order. When the fighting and the bloodshed were done, they were going to build a new fascist empire over the ruins of Europe. The Nazis already had already written up the blueprints for their new order. If everything had gone according to Hitler’s plan, the world today would be a different place. And in many ways, the Nazi new world order wouldn’t have been what you’d expect. 10 Returning American Land To The Natives The Nazis might have been genocidal white supremacists, but when it came to Native Americans, they were surprisingly accepting.
Unlike Ivanka Trump, who appears to relish her role in her father's administration, Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump are reportedly feeling the complete opposite. Though the two sons remained in New York to handle President Donald Trump's business, they don't like the extra attention they receive, sources told People magazine. In fact, the two brothers reportedly told friends that they "never wanted this." Trump Jr. is apparently "miserable" and "can't wait for these four years to be over." It looks like Trump's presidency has hit Trump Jr. the hardest. "Don can't do any deals, because he'll be overly scrutinized. He just goes to work every day and is miserable," a source said to People. Despite
A father drove his car over an opening drawbridge in a death-defying stunt to avoid plunging into the water below. Terence Naphys was crossing New Jersey's Middle Thorofare Bridge with his family when its steel ramp began to lift beneath them. Mr Naphys was reportedly already near the centre of the bridge and was forced to accelerate his Toyota RAV 4 to jump the 6ft gap out of fear the car would fall 65ft into the deep bay below.
A 13-year-old boy who recently received a new heart tragically collapsed and died as he arrived for his first day of school.
An eviction turned deadly Friday night and a landlord is now in jail on a first-degree murder charge after police say he shot a tenant living at his parent’s Duck Key home. Ryan Wilder, 32, of Winter Springs, Fla. is being held in county jail in Marathon on no bond. Monroe County Sheriff’s Office detectives say he shot and killed Kenneth Palicki, 47, shortly before 6:30 p.m. Friday night. Palicki and his girlfriend, Colleen Lyons, 25, lived at 162 North Indies Drive, a house owned by Wilder’s parents, said Deputy Becky Herrin, media relations officer for the Sheriff’s Office. Palicki and Lyons had been served eviction papers requiring them to be out of the house by Aug. 23, Herrin said. Wilder
Players on the roster bubble need to make good impressions during the NFL preseason. Dallas Cowboys rookie wideout Noah Brown apparently didn’t get that memo, though. During the third quarter of Saturday’s preseason tilt between the Cowboys and Indianapolis Colts, Brown inexplicably cheap-shotted Colts punter Rigoberto Sanchez. Check out the boneheaded play in the video below: Seriously? On the punter? This isn’t a good look for Brown, a seventh-round pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. But it might’ve been a learning experience for Sanchez, who’s battling for the opportunity to replace the recently retired Pat McAfee as the Colts punter. But if this type of punishment is part of the job, we’d be surprised