Everyone wants a balcony, but the price is paid by the neighbors who have to look at these monstrosities every day.
A plane lost large quantities of a £265 million cargo of diamonds, platinum and gold as they rained on a runway upon take off in Siberia.
The treasures fell out of a loose hatch in the plane’s hold and fell over the runway and a swathe of Yakutia, Russia.
The hatch came off near a car market but luckily no one was injured.
After discovering it had been dropping the valuables, the Krasnoyarsk-bound aircraft made an emergency landing at Magan.
“The Nimbus Airlines AN-12 cargo plane hit problems during takeoff and the treasures fell out of the hold all over the runway,” reported The Siberian Times .
“The plane then dropped some bars of gold as far as 15 miles from the airport.”
This man in a truck was caught on CCTV cameras attempting to steal peacocks from his neighbor's yard. Eventually he did seem to catch one of the colorful birds, only to be chased by a herd of them as he ran back to his truck.
Hillary Clinton has no shortage of excuses for why she lost the 2016 election to Donald Trump.
From James Comey to Vladimir Putin, content farms in Macedonia to Netflix, Clinton has had plenty of blame to pass around in the past 16 months.
"Fox & Friends" currently has the number at 42 reasons and counting...
Hillary Clinton sprained her hand during her visit to India, after taking a nasty spill on the stairs while out touring a palace on Monday.
It is not yet clear if the hand injury was a direct result of Monday's incident in which she fell not once but twice on the stairs and was pictured using her hand to brace her fall.
As a result of her injury she was forced to cancel a handful of visits. Doctors attended to the former presidential candidate at Umaid Bhawan Palace where she is staying.
The team of doctors from a private hospital nearby determined her injury was a sprain, and advised her to rest it, according to Times of India.
O.J. Simpson has defamed Judith Regan by suggesting she scripted his confession just so it would be more dramatic and she could make money ... and Judith is now mulling over a possible lawsuit.
Regan's lawyer, Jennifer McGrath, tells TMZ, her client is outraged by the claim of Simpson's lawyer, who said her interview with Simpson was scripted and, "Mr. Simpson went along because quite frankly he got a lot of money up front to go along with this."
McGrath tells TMZ it was Simpson who approached Regan to do the book and he was the one who insisted on calling it 'If I Did It.' As we reported, Regan has said Simpson's lawyer contacted her and said O.J. wanted to call it "I Did It" but wanted deniability for the sake of his children.
McGrath goes on to say Regan didn't write a single word of the book, and that "Simpson sat for the interview with Ms. Regan and spoke freely. To suggest that Ms. Regan is in any way responsible for Simpson's sick and depraved comments is absurd, laughable and actionable."
Kids think the strangest things.
A power grid manager accidentally broadcast himself romping with a junior colleague when he forgot to hang up his video conference call.
Based on WeChat conversation screencaps, the manager of China's Southern Power Grid filmed himself having sex with his colleague in a conference room minutes after a call earlier that morning which was attended by employees from five different provinces.
After the meeting was adjourned for a break, the manager allegedly decided to make use of the now empty conference room at the company’s Guangzhou headquarters.
The footage first leaked on Saturday but it has now been scrubbed from social media by Chinese censors.
Two employees have since been arrested and face defamation charges as well as further punishment for spreading "false rumours" after they allegedly shared the footage.
Damn she messed up the game lol!
It’s only the motto of America.
As Nancy Pelosi was touting how much she cares about our country, she completely forgot the meaning of the de facto national slogan, “E pluibus unum.”
Eminem's newest album entitled "Revival" wasn't just hated by most of the critics and almost every single fan that is in a complete bandwagon jumping moron, it was also one of his worst showings since the release of his first EP entitled Slim Shady.
The rapper has had a horrible career as of late, so now he's attempting to dive into politics by acting like a total hypocrite in bashing the NRA. Ironic, considering that most of his songs actually include guns in the lyrics. As well as the aging rapper constantly spewing hatred against females, homosexuals, and pretty much everybody else that liberals claim to support. Unless of course, that rapper decides to also bash the president that most of these liberals hate.
Stick to rapping about fighting pop stars dumb ass.
Even though Hillary Clinton had help going down a set of stairs in India today, she still nearly fell down.
While visiting Jahaz Mahal in Dhar’s Mandu, Clinton was attempting to descend about 15 stairs.
She was holding the arm of an aide.
With Huma Abedin following behind, Clinton slipped about halfway down the descent, nearly tumbling down.
A man walking in front of her jumped to grab her as she reached for him.
Despite both men helping her get to the bottom of the stairs, she slipped again, nearly doing the splits.
Huma stopped to watch as Clinton attempted to regain her balance.
Hillary kicked off her sandals to get to the bottom of the stairs.
No one seemed alarmed by the startling display.
Clinton was in the country promoting her book, “What Happened.” Yes, she’s still bitter about losing to President Trump.
Harriet Sugarcookie, 22, runs her own adult movie company and has won a raft of awards for her videos.
The cam girl and model has been raking in up to £150,000 a year with tens of thousands of adoring fans.
Now Harriet is looking to make a flick with a cyborg as production and demand skyrockets.
Brothels across Europe are offering kinky dolls instead of real women, amid claims internet porn is warping men’s minds.
Asked whether sex robots might encroach on the porn industry, Harriet told Daily Star Online: “I hope so! I’d get to sleep in more while my sexy robot army works!
“I’d definitely try making a video with a robot. Just for the experience and I am an over-sharer.”
But Harriet thinks cyborgs have a long way to go before they can feature heavily in X-rated films.
She added: “For sex robots to be interesting on screen I think they would need to mimic human feelings and emotions.
To kick of his Sunday evening show on CNN March 11, host Van Jones warmly welcomed media mogul Oprah Winfrey by fangirling over how much he missed seeing her on television and pleading with her to give "us" “hope” for America’s future, with President Trump in office.
“We miss you so much! Do you miss us?” the CNN host eagerly greeted the media personality the left so desperately wanted to run against Trump in 2020. “It meant so much to us,” Jones praised, [but] I have to let you know how it is for us now,” he said somberly.
Jones then lumped in Oprah with the Obamas and bemoaned how there was no “hope” anymore because of the universe’s sick joke to put Trump in the White House:
“We had you. We had the Obamas in the White House. Even on a bad day, you had a North Star. You had some hope. And then it was like the universe looked just said, psych! And threw us in the toilet and closed the lid and now we’re just stuck in this crazy situation, swirling,” he gushed.
“We have each other,” Winfrey reassured Jones, before urging him to stay away from the “hysteria and negativity.”
“I have to just say everybody is feeding yourself on the hysteria and negativity. You got to stay in the light,” Winfrey said, before putting a plug in for her new movie, A Wrinkle In Time.
Even though Jones was clearly referring to President Trump and his administration, Winfrey instead cited the violence in the culture as “the darkness” instead, citing the recent Parkland shooting, as well as Ferguson and the gun violence on the streets of Chicago, urging Jones to not give away “energy” to your “opponents:”
OPRAH WINFREY: So if you put the focus on, look at what happened with the darkness that showed up in Parkland and the darkness that showed up on the streets of Ferguson and the darkness in many, many, many, many, many, many homes in Chicago with shootings and senseless murders...do not give your energy to the other side. Do not spend all your time talking about your opponents. Do not give your energy to that which you really don't believe in.
“But help us, though!” Jones pleaded, explaining that he tried to stay positive, but was always confronted by his peers to “go low” and fight the “Nazis” on the (presumably) other side.
“I go out there and I try to tell people, let's not become what we are fighting. Let's not be what we're fighting. They tell me, shut up, Van, because we got bigots out here, we got Nazis out here, we’re getting bullied, we are tired of going high. We want to go low and kick them in the private parts!” he complained.
Fox News’ Tucker Carlson interviews feminist looney Cathy Areu about Belgium’s criminalization of sexism.
Watch the hamster wheels turn in Cathy’s brain as she tries to find logic in feminist stupidity.
Elizabeth Warren was listed as Harvard Law’s “first woman of color” in 1997 law review piece on diversity and affirmative action!
Elizabeth Warren pushed back hard on questions about a Harvard Crimson piece in 1996 that described her as Native American, saying she had no idea the school where she taught law was billing her that way and saying it never came up during her hiring a year earlier, which others have backed up.
But a 1997 Fordham Law Review piece described her as Harvard Law School’s “first woman of color,” based, according to the notes at the bottom of the story, on a “telephone interview with Michael Chmura, News Director, Harvard Law (Aug. 6, 1996).”
Democrat, Conor Lamb, who's going around Pennsylvania claiming he's a conservative is actually a California liberal who espouses the same ideas that every state in the entire country aside for California are against in terms of steel tariffs.
Conor Lamb is also a top union official. A important fact that is conveniently left out of his anti-Trump speeches as he travels the country.
A masked man faced a series of setbacks while allegedly trying to steal a gumball machine from an animal shelter - and they were all caught on camera.
The alleged thief was dubbed one of "Sacramento’s dumbest criminals" following his woeful attempts to take the candy dispenser in California, US.
His struggles apparently started immediately when he grabbed the machine after crawling into the rescue centre through an opening in the door.
Bizarre CCTV shows the top of the machine falling to the ground as he tilts it sideways in an apparent attempt to push back through the space.
A proposed anti-discrimination policy for Delaware schools has both parents and state legislators up in arms.
The First State’s proposed gender policy would effectively allow students to change their gender identity in learning institutions at the discretion of educational administrators.
What does this mean?
The policy explicitly provides that educators should consider not consulting or notifying parents of children who wish to change their gender identity, if those parents are not supportive enough of the gender identity change.
According to the proposed regulation:
A school may request permission from the parent or legal guardian of a minor student before a “preferred name” is accepted; provided, however, that prior to requesting the permission from a parent or legal guardian, the school should consult and work closely with the student to assess the degree to which, if any, the parent or legal guardian is aware of the Protected Characteristic and is supportive of the student, and the school shall take into consideration the safety, health and well-being of the student in deciding whether to request permission from the parent or legal guardian.
Rep. Maxine Waters (D., Calif.) called Donald Trump "Con Man Don" on Sunday in response to the president's slam on her intelligence.
Waters was upset with Trump's comments at a rally Saturday night that she was a "low IQ individual." Waters has repeatedly positioned herself as one of Trump's biggest foes in Congress, continually calling for his impeachment.
MSNBC's Joy Reid asked Waters about Trump's claim, and Waters responded that Trump focuses on attacking women.
"Again, I expected this, though. This is not only typical of him. This is what this con man does," Waters said.
Waters said Trump diverts attention from tumult at his White House by going on the attack against his political enemies.
"I'm not going to run from it. I'm not intimidated by him, and so he can keep calling names," Waters said. "I've got plenty for him."
"As a matter of fact, everybody knows he's a con man," Waters added. "He's been a con man all of his life, long before he ever ran for office, and so this con man, Con Man Don, is going to keep it up and again he's coming for me, I'm coming for him."
BlackBerry’s to international drug-trafficking organizations laundered “tens of millions” of dollars of his illicit profits, U.S. law enforcement says in court documents.
Vincent Ramos, who owns Phantom Security Communications, was arrested in Washington state last Wednesday and is facing racketeering, drug-trafficking, conspiracy and money-laundering charges in San Diego.
The U.S. alleges he sold 20,000 of his specialized devices, as well as access to his encrypted communication network, to organized crime groups around the world, including the deadly Sinaloa cartel in Mexico, headed by Joaquin (El Chapo) Guzman.
And Ramos used shell companies and crypto currencies to launder that money, documents obtained by Postmedia News say.
“Based on reports of the RCMP, Australia and the U.S. financial investigators and agents that I have reviewed, bank records, corporate ownership filings in Canada, Singapore and Hong Kong show that Phantom Secure generated tens of millions of dollars in revenue by facilitating the crimes of transnational criminal organizations and protecting these organizations from detection by law enforcement,” FBI special agent Nicholas Cheviron says in an affidavit filed in court.
“I know that to launder its ill-gotten gains and maintain its members’ anonymity, the Phantom Secure enterprise uses crypto currencies, including Bitcoin, and shell companies.”
Ramos appears to own only one property in B.C. — a New Westminster condo assessed this year at $424,000.
The U.S. documents don’t name the shell companies or state in which country they have been set up.
Meanwhile, in B.C., where Ramos started his company in 2008, he owes the government almost $150,000 in unpaid sales tax.
Two Chicks Get Caught Stealing Packs Of Meat From A Food Market!
Lady Falls Hard While Sleep On A Bus.
Anderson Cooper has taped an interview with Stephanie Clifford, the adult film actress known as Stormy Daniels who alleged a sexual relationship with Donald Trump and is now suing the president.
The interview will air on the CBS newsmagazine "60 Minutes," where Cooper is a regular contributor.
But the exact air date is unknown. A source involved in the taping said it will air "on a future episode." A "60 Minutes" spokesman declined to comment.
Cooper interviewed Clifford's lawyer Michael Avenatti on CNN on Wednesday night.
On Thursday afternoon, Avenatti tweeted a picture of himself with Clifford and Cooper.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) would not say Sunday if she would take a DNA "spit test" to prove her longtime claims of Native American heritage, instead pivoting to telling the story of her family and saying "it's a part of who I am."
Warren's claims of Cherokee and Delaware Indian heritage became a subject of controversy in 2012 when it was revealed she had no documented proof, instead saying she relied on family lore to substantiate her ancestry claims.
Joy Behar apologized to Mike Pence for mocking his faith, but the vice president didn't get what he really wanted: A bigger mea culpa to "millions of Christians" who watch "The View."
Pence was willing to turn the other cheek when Behar reached out privately, according to a White House source. But Behar, whose apology only made news when ABC boss Bob Iger acknowledged it at a shareholders' meeting Thursday, found sorry was the hardest word to utter to her TV show's audience.
“She apologized to the vice president, he accepted and said he wasn’t offended by her comment for his own sake but on behalf of the millions of Christians who watch ABC and her show," the source told Fox News. "He encouraged her to make the same apology publicly on the show that she did privately to him.”
Back on Feb. 13, Behar criticized Pence's faith by saying that hearing from Jesus is actually called “mental illness.” The Media Research Center launched a campaign to hold “View” co-hosts accountable for spewing “anti-Christian bigotry,” and ABC received more than 30,000 phone calls from angry viewers.
After appearing on an episode of "RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars," House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said that politicians could learn a thing or two from drag queens.
Speaking to the Hollywood Reporter about her appearance on the show Thursday night, Pelosi said, "This idea of people believing in themselves, being themselves, taking pride in themselves, is not just a lesson for politicians but for everyone in the country. And that's why I was so excited and couldn't resist being on the show."
"RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars" airs on VH1 and features drag queens competing against one another a series of challenges. The final two contestants square off in a lip-sync battle to determine the winner.
When asked which song she'd like to lip-sync to against Donald Trump, Pelosi slammed the president for his policies and accused him of "lip-syncing" on certain issues.
"You know what? Donald Trump's policies, the respect I think his administration should have for the LGBTQ community, that's more important than the fun we might have about his hair or any song he might lip sync," Pelosi said. "Though I do think he's lip syncing some of his policies, because when you talk to him, he says, 'I really am with you on this' And then his policy goes and does something else."