The meteorologist reacted to a photo of a black park ranger in the Democratic Republic of Congo with two gorillas.
A bar hopper dressed up in a plush Easter Bunny costumer rushed to the defense of woman who brawling with man on an Orlando, Fla. sidewalk on Sunday night.
An unidentified woman and her hair stole the show when the camera focused on her for a brief moment.
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The Texas man spoke of "killing" the phone store employee's "kind," and called another customer an expletive.
Months after teens were posting videos of themselves eating Tide Pods, they’ve moved on to another trend that has them biting into banana peels and plastic food wrappers in what’s been dubbed the “shell-on” challenge.
A Philadelphia barber who has been providing free haircuts for the homeless in his community was almost shut down by a police officer.
A Twitter user is on the hunt for what she believes to be a dad and daughter duo who she captured having a heartwarming moment outside of Paris’ Notre Dame Cathedral just before the historic landmark caught fire.
The child, who wasn't identified by police because of his age, was handcuffed on March 30 after a 12-year-old boy was robbed at gunpoint, according to a news release.
"We are both in good shape, we know our bodies and in turn, we know our limits," Kody Workman explained. "We had faith in each other and trust to pull this off and so we made the choice as a team to shoot it."
According to a user on Facebook who witnessed the scene, the store owner packed up chicken wings, sausage rolls, a whole pizza and a 2-liter bottle of soda for the teenager and his hungry brother.
"You're the kind of boy I'd make a sandwich for," read one card, while the other was aimed at "the kind of girl I'd buy flowers for."
Some officers are posing while sprawled out next to their police vehicles, sipping iced coffee, peeping through binoculars and journaling.
Lake Ridge High School Principal Brandon Johnson sent an email to parents regarding the video: "There is no acceptable excuse or explanation for behaviors or speech that promote racism."
A retired Chicago police officer was filmed defending the murder of of Laquan McDonald, a black teen who was shot 16 times in 2014 by a white cop.