• Shocking video surfaces of Valerie Thompson's 343 mph motorcycle crash

    Valerie Thompson was going for the motorcycle land speed record of 376 mph when it all went wrong. Racing across the salt flats of Australia’s Lake Gairdner at the World Speed Trials on March 19, her streamlined two-wheeler tipped over at 343 mph. Video of the accident show the fish-shaped bike flipping end over end, rolling over and sliding for more than a mile before finally coming to a rest on its side. Amazingly, the carbon fiber monocoque of the vehicle stayed largely intact, and Thompson suffered only minor bumps and cuts. Thompson told Fox News that it was the first time she ever crashed the bike, with which she set the women’s motorcycle land speed record of 328 mph earlier in the week.

  • Critics say Emily Ratajkowski should cover up now that she’s married - but is that fair?

    Like any newlywed, Emily Ratajkowski must have found herself scrolling through her honeymoon pics and already wishing she was back at the exclusive Utah resort where she enjoyed her first days of married life with Sebastian Bear-McClard. Being a beautiful model, however, her Instagram flashbacks featured her posing unclothed for her partner.

  • The mystery of a tiny human-like skeleton that many people thought was an alien has finally been solved

    A six-inch long skeleton with human features found in Chile's Atacama desert was rumored to be an alien for almost two decades. In a new paper, researchers found that the skeleton - Ata - was in fact not an alien, but a human who had suffered from a range of mysterious genetic mutations. Ata's disorder is completely unknown to scientists. Almost two decades ago, an amateur collector found something astonishing in the Atacama desert in Northern Chile: A six-inch tall, humanoid skeleton. While the skeleton did have human features, it also had some peculiarities, like a long, pointy skull, large eye sockets, and ten ribs instead of 12. Over the intervening years, the skeleton, dubbed Ata, became

  • Indictment: Waterslide in fatal accident was 'deadly weapon'

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -  A Kansas waterslide hyped as the world's highest was a "deadly weapon" that had already injured more than a dozen people before a 10-year-old boy was decapitated on it in 2016, according to a grand jury indictment unsealed Friday that charges the water park operator and an executive with involuntary manslaughter. Operators of the Verruckt waterslide at the Schlitterbahn Waterpark in Kansas City, Kansas, also knew that the raft Caleb Schwab and two women used during the deadly accident was prone to go faster and become airborne more than others. It was removed twice in 2016 but quickly put back into circulation, the indictment says. "The ride was never properly or fully designed

  • Judicial Watch: Mueller's Russia-Collusion Case Is 'Collapsing on Itself in Slow-Motion'

    Commenting on Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation of alleged Russia-Trump campaign collusion, Judicial Watch's Director of Investigations Chris Farrell said much of the so-called evidence collected by Mueller is tainted and that if Mueller had "any integrity," he would shut the investigation down. Farrell added that the entire case "is collapsing on itself in slow-motion." Farrell made his remarks on the March 21 edition of Lou Dobbs Tonight. In discussing the case,  Farrell noted that the FBI's chief counterintelligence officer, Peter Strzok, had to be removed from Mueller's team last July because of numerous anti-Trump text messages he exchanged with his mistress, Lisa Page, a senior

  • Boston Celtics star Kyrie Irving to undergo procedure on left knee

    Boston Celtics star Kyrie Irving will undergo a minor procedure on his ailing left knee Saturday. The Celtics announced on Friday that Irving would have the procedure to “alleviate irritation in his left knee” after the five-time All-Star received a second opinion in New York on Thursday. Irving, 25, has missed the past four games for the Celtics because of the lack of comfort in his knee.

  • How to get the Kardashians' Calvin Klein campaign looks for less than $100

    The chic Western ensembles worn by the Kardashians for Calvin Klein ‘s fashion campaign  are now available at Macy’s. The best news? Each item is on sale for less than $100. You can snatch up Kim and Kylie ‘s two-tone black and blue Western shirts, worn in the campaign, for only $83 (originally $118) and buy Kourtney and Kendall ‘s side-stripe jeans (available in white, khaki, blue, and black) for $90 (originally $128). Note, these sale prices won’t last long (Macy’s VIP 30 percent off sale ends Sunday, March 25). However, even if you miss the sale, the retail prices are a steal compared to the brand’s main collection label, Calvin Klein 205W39NYC, whose prices typically run into three or four digits. The Kardashians were some of the celebrities tapped for the all-star #MyCalvins model cast, which began to roll out last November. They were a natural fit for the Calvin Klein Jeans campaign, which was centered on family, Americana, and the Western spirit.  “Family is everything,” Kim told  Vogue.com , “so when we’re all together doing something special like this, it means so much.” Kaia Gerber, Presley Gerber , Solange , and A$AP Mob were all part of the campaign series, too, with the latest one featuring  Paris Jackson , Sadie Sink , and Millie Bobby Brown . Ever since Raf Simons , Calvin Klein’s chief creative officer, took the helm in 2017 and introduced his two-tone Western shirts, they have easily become the most coveted items of the year. The shirts became such a hit that celebrities from  Margot Robbie to First Lady  Melania Trump both jumped onboard . But Robbie’s and Trump’s shirts were from the higher-priced Calvin Klein 205W39YC  line and would have cost you  $695 . Now, you can get almost exactly the same version for what is essentially 88 percent off. This is a strategic move by Simons and the Calvin Klein brand to further amplify their selling power by offering a popular runway item at an attainable, consumer-friendly price. Click through the gallery to shop the items now, and head to Macys.com for the complete Calvin Klein Jeans collection. Read More from Yahoo Lifestyle: • Fashion week in Russia came with many twists-including the gender fluid collection of a South African designer  • Evil eye gloves are the new pussy hates at the March for Our Lives  • Meghan Markle recycles her Victoria Beckham engagement-shoot sweater for Northern Ireland Trip Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.