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.
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.
Fans at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday got a glimpse of how Brie Larson will look in Captain Marvel, and Marvel Studios also announced some other surprises about its new female hero. This film, out in March 2019, will actually be a throwback, set in the mid-1990s. Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige confirmed that Samuel L. Jackson will return as S.H.I.E.L.D. spymaster Nick Fury, but this time, “he will have two eyes.” Throughout Marvel history, including the comics, fans have mostly seen the character with his signature eye patch and distressing facial scar. In Captain Marvel, it sounds like we’re going to see how he suffers that injury. Feige also tantalized the crowd by revealing that this
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
BOSTON - The Celtics have had legit drama in their past two training camps, each involving a fight for 15 - as in the 15th roster spot. Two years ago, it was Perry Jones III winding up on the outside looking in. Last season, it was R.J. Hunter being edged out for the final roster spot by James Young. Who will it be this year? MORE CELTICS BLAKELY: Why the Celtics getting Kyrie Irving is highly unlikely Atlantic Division snapshot: Scouting each team's offseason BLAKELY: Four takeaways from Jason Tatum's summer Because for the third season in a row, the Celtics are on the verge of heading into camp having at least one too many guaranteed contracts. The agent for Shane Larkin told CSNNE.com
Bryce Harper gets hit by a pitch from Hunter Strickland, and then the benches clear at ATT Park
NEW YORK ― When attorney Cesar Vargas first met his teenage client Ivan Ruiz, a newly arrived undocumented immigrant from Honduras, he noticed Ruiz seemed to wear the weight of his traumatic childhood on his sleeve.