Spain is known for its bullfighting, but a recently uploaded video of a bull killing itself during a Spanish festival is horrifying even to those accustomed to the violence of a bullfight. In the video, shared by the Spanish animal-rights organization Bulls Defenders United on Sunday, a crowd ties a bull to a post in the middle of a small town square and sets its horns on fire. The crowd then releases the bull from the post, at which point the panicked animal runs headfirst into the post, hard enough to kill himself. The Independent reports that the event took place during the Bulls in the Street festival - think of it as a smaller version of Pamplona's Running of the Bulls - in the town of Foios, Valencia.
The 41-year-old actress turned heads at an Art With a Cause event in Los Angeles on Thursday night.
Manhattan parents struggling to pay their doctors’ bills jumped to their deaths early Friday - leaving double suicide notes pleading that their two kids be cared for, a law enforcement source told The Post. The bodies of the 53-year-old man and 50-year-old woman - who claimed they had had a “wonderful life” - were found in the middle of the street on 33rd Street between Park and Madison avenues in Murray Hill after the pair jumped from the 9th-floor window of a 17-story corner office building on Madison Avenue at about 5:45 a.m., police said. The woman had a suicide note in her pocket that read, “in sum and substance, ‘Our kids are upstairs, please take care of them,’” the source said. The man
MS-13 and three other Hispanic gangs were categorized as the biggest threat to public safety based on their relationships with Mexican cartels and their high levels of violence and transnational crime, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety assessment, which was released Tuesday. There are about 500 members of MS-13 in Texas, the DPS estimates, operating in a regional cell model.
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Hundreds of people lined the streets of Muskegon, Michigan, this week to pay tribute to a true hero.
Dear Abby: My wife and I are expecting our first child. A friend of hers pulled me aside to ask if I had already gotten my wife a “push gift.” I have never heard of this, but apparently it’s supposed to be something nice, like jewelry, to celebrate the birth. We have already been spending a lot of extra money to decorate a nursery. In addition, the delivery will be costly under our high-deductible health plan. Combined with the fact that my wife just retired from her teaching job, the expenses are starting to freak me out. In light of this, what do you think of the idea of a push gift? Have you heard any good ideas for a low-cost but appropriate alternative? Excited Father-to-Be Dear Excited: