Going through airport security is never a pleasant experience. So being body-shamed while going through airport security must be infuriating. Olympic gymnast,…
A homeless man credited with helping treat victims of Monday night’s deadly terror attack at an Ariana Grande concert will soon have a roof over his head after he was recognized for his heroism.
In what is now the natural order of things, Donald Trump made a mistake and J.K. Rowling tweeted about it. On Thursday, President Donald Trump - currently in Brussels attending the NATO Summit - appeared to shove Montenegro's Prime Minister Dusko Markovic while making his way to the front of a small crowd. Later the White House reportedly defended the gesture as a "casual greeting" between leaders. SEE ALSO: Want Donald Trump's voice on your GPS? It's here anyway Did Trump just shove another NATO leader to be in the front of the group? pic.twitter.com/bL1r2auELd - Steve Kopack (@SteveKopack) May 25, 2017 Naturally, author J.K. Rowling - ever ready to offer her take on current affairs - read Trump's gesture as aggressive, and called him out for it on Twitter. You tiny, tiny, tiny little man. pic.twitter.com/mP3mad6cMt - J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) May 25, 2017 Rowling has long made vocal her issues with Trump, and regularly spars with his most fervent supporters online. The lesson: Don't cross Rowling via Twitter unless you're prepared for a highly public response. That is, unless you're Trump - she's coming for you either way. WATCH: Obama's official White House photographer is Insta-trolling Trump
In Saint-Paul-d’Abbotsford, a small town southeast of Montreal, Canada, a man was out for a walk when he heard a dog whimpering. He went in search of the sound and then saw a frightening scene: a paw sticking out of the ground. The man quickly began pushing the dirt away and found a dog, a male Boxer, miraculously still breathing. The good Smaratian called 911 and officers were dispatched to the scene, as well as a SPCA staff member. The team helped dig the dog completely out of the ground and rushed him to a veterinary clinic. The dog is in stable, but critical condition. He is now in the hands of the SPCA Montérégie, where he was eating and drinking well. But sadly, his condition took a turn
A video made the rounds Wednesday night of an overzealous security guard taking a ball from a young Atlanta Braves fan because the man whom the child was with committed fan interference to get it. As it turns out, the kid ended up doing OK on the deal. As the incident unfolded, even the TV broadcasters urged the security guard to use "common sense" and give the ball back to the child. But he didn't, and he made sure that the man who got the ball was escorted out of the seating area. The Braves later sent an email to ESPN.com saying the boy was given a ball autographed by Braves star Freddie Freeman and was invited back to a game in June to celebrate his birthday. The man who was escorted out
A couple driving on a Forest Service road near Flagstaff, Arizona, stumbled upon a scene rarely witnessed in the wild, let alone captured on video. A bear was apparently attempting to attack a baby elk that was huddled under a fallen tree, though Shannon Seville and her boyfriend, Joel Floyd, didn’t realize it at first. “I saw the bear out of my peripherals as we drove past and got excited, so we reversed to take a picture,” Seville told The Arizona Republic. “I knew this was a once-in-a-lifetime capture and that other outdoor enthusiasts would really appreciate the share.” Only when the baby elk began crying did the couple realize it was there, under the fallen tree. Momma elk then pranced into