A concerned bystander captured disturbing video of a road rage incident in Ontario, Canada, on Tuesday between a pickup truck driver and an older cyclist that has resulted in aggravated assault charges. According to a witness who spoke with Global News, the incident began with an argument over a left-hand turn, though it remains unclear who was at fault, if anyone was. Witnesses say the man in the pickup, identified as 65-year-old David Fox by the Peterborough Examiner, pinned the victim, an unidentified 74-year-old man, to the ground and began hitting him with a small club. A nearby store owner noticed the incident and began recording it on her phone as she approached Fox, according to the Toronto Star.
There’s a lot to love about the internet. And there’s a lot to loathe. Love: A couple of random people with Twitter accounts were able to elicit a response from an NBA star worth millions. Loathe: He only responded because they had said something inflammatory about his wife and baby. The users behind Twitter account Turf Talk Boys, who describe themselves as “just a couple of degenerates blogging about sports and life” in their Twitter bio, sent out a tweet with a photo of Mike Conley Jr. and his family questioning why his son didn’t resemble the Grizzlies star. Last year, Conley signed what at the time was the most lucrative contract in NBA history, worth $153 million. Conley and wife Mary had
Hillary Clinton's election loss can still be seen and felt across the country, just as if it were that same night in early November when millions were glued to their screens, witnessing a stunning moment of history in real time. Now, six months into a presidency that isn't hers, the former Democratic candidate continues battling criticisms from all sides of the nation, as if she were still on the ballot. The right covers her flaws with tunnel vision, even as a failed candidate with no tangible influence in policymaking or domestic affairs, focusing on Clinton while explosive new reports undermine the ethics of Donald Trump’s White House.
Something sinister is happening at a handful of luxury Mexican resorts - at least according to one lawyer and some tourists who’ve vacationed there. After a young woman died under mysterious circumstances at the Iberostar Paraiso Resort in Playa Del Carmen, her family and attorneys have been looking for a plausible explanation for what happened to her. Abbey Conner, 20, died in January within just a few hours of arriving at a resort with her family. She and her brother, Austin Conner, 23, were drinking and swimming in chest-deep water at the hotel pool. The last thing Austin remembered was taking some shots at the bar. The next? Waking up inside an ambulance. Read: Woman Dies After Taking Mystery
The Balmain army was out in full force on Thursday night to celebrate the opening of its Flagship Los Angeles boutique , as well as the release of a collaboration with Beats By Dre . For the party, held at the new Melrose Place outpost, a number of A-listers joined the French brand’s creative director Olivier Rousteing in his designs, including Kerry Washington , Hailee Steinfeld, Kim Kardashian West , and more. However, there was one Balmain loyalist that was noticeably missing. Kylie Jenner , who serves as the face of the campaign for the special edition headphones, skipped. According to Snapchat, she was driving around Calabasas at the time of the event. While the reality star’s makeup was done, selfies show her wearing a white zip-up hoodie, which definitely didn’t mesh with the Balmain dress code: tight, leather, fringe, sheer. Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyle and @YahooBeauty .
FAMILY GUY at Comic-Con 2017.
President Trump at the commissioning of the Navy's first new aircraft carrier in 40 years declared that the massive ship ensures that "if a fight does come ... we will win." The president made his remarks aboard the USS Gerald R. Ford, which was unveiled at a commissioning ceremony today in Norfolk, Virginia. The massive ship -- which displaces 100,000 tons of water and is about twice as long as the Washington Monument would be on its side -- cost nearly $13 billion to build, making it the Navy's most expensive aircraft carrier ever. Navy officials say the ship is state-of-the-art, from its voyage-management system to the design of its sleeping quarters for sailors. The president said the aircraft