• Crowd at Trump Rally Chants 'Send Her Back' as President Slates Ilhan Omar
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    Crowd at Trump Rally Chants 'Send Her Back' as President Slates Ilhan Omar

    US President Donald Trump continued his criticism of four female Democratic politicians know as “the Squad” at a rally in Greenville, North Carolina, on Wednesday, July 17. The crowd at the rally began chanting “send her back” when Trump spoke of Ilhan Omar’s “contempt” for “the hard-working American

  • Tourists Swept Out to Sea at Lanai Lookout, Honolulu
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    Tourists Swept Out to Sea at Lanai Lookout, Honolulu

    A bystander captured video of a couple that was swept out to sea at Lanai Lookout in Honolulu, Hawaii on July 14. The pair were rescued by lifeguards and taken to a nearby hospital where they were reported to be in stable conditions. The duo, identified as a male and a female in their twenties, were

  • Irish Scientists Encounter Dolphin That Suffered Severe Sunburn Off Kerry Coast
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    Irish Scientists Encounter Dolphin That Suffered Severe Sunburn Off Kerry Coast

    A bottlenose dolphin that survived being severely sunburned in 2016 was spotted by scientists on July 12 in Tralee Bay in County Kerry, Ireland. Spirtle, the name given to the Scottish female dolphin, was stranded out of water on mudflats for 24 hours in the Moray Firth in May 2016, RTE reported . Scientists

  • Texas Woman Accidentally Breaks 'Celebratory Bell' After Finishing Cancer Treatment
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    Texas Woman Accidentally Breaks 'Celebratory Bell' After Finishing Cancer Treatment

    A Texas woman was so excited to finish her last round of radiation for breast cancer that she rang the clinic’s “celebration bell” until it broke, video from July 15 shows. This video shows Darla Jaye enthusiastically ringing the bell at Smith Clinic in Houston until its tassel suddenly rips off and

  • Sea World Helps Whale Tangled in Buoys off Australia's Gold Coast
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    Sea World Helps Whale Tangled in Buoys off Australia's Gold Coast

    Australia’s Sea World theme park said a rescue team helped a distressed humpback whale four nautical miles off Queensland’s Southport Seaway, near the Gold Coast, on July 17. The tired whale was towing two buoys and ropes. The team was part of the Sea World Research & Rescue Foundation, a nonprofit organization

  • Southwest Airlines Holds Hula Hoop Contest for Passengers Waiting at LAX
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    Southwest Airlines Holds Hula Hoop Contest for Passengers Waiting at LAX

    Southwest Airlines employees arranged a hula hoop contest for people waiting to board their flight at Los Angeles International Airport in California on July 16. This video shows a group of people hula hooping as music plays in the background. “There are times where we’ll have fun with our customers

  • Cars Pulled From Flooded Toronto Highway
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    Cars Pulled From Flooded Toronto Highway

    Cars were pulled from floodwater on July 17 after heavy rainfall caused a highway in Toronto, Canada, to flood. The Toronto and Region Conservation Authority issued a flood warning for the area on Wednesday. The Toronto Sun reported that the heavy rain and flooding were remnants of Hurricane Barry. This

  • Plane's Emergency Water Landing Surprises Beachgoers in Maryland
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    Plane's Emergency Water Landing Surprises Beachgoers in Maryland

    A small plane was forced to make an emergency landing in shallow water along the beach in Ocean City, Maryland, on July 16, much to the astonishment of beachgoers in the popular resort community. Graysen Levy was at the beach when the incident occurred, reportedly at around 6.15 pm, and recorded the

  • Severe Storms Cause Flooding in Sioux Falls, South Dakota
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    Severe Storms Cause Flooding in Sioux Falls, South Dakota

    A line of thunderstorms brought heavy rain and flooding to Sioux Falls, South Dakota, on the morning of July 17, with Sioux Falls Regional Airport reporting more than two inches of rainfall in less than an hour. Photos shared by residents showed cars partially submerged on flooded streets. The National

  • Protesters March in Puerto Rican City of Ponce as Governor Refuses to Resign
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    Protesters March in Puerto Rican City of Ponce as Governor Refuses to Resign

    Protests continued in Puerto Rico on Tuesday, July 16, in the wake of a private-messaging scandal that has engulfed Governor Ricardo Rosselló. The protests were sparked by leaked chat logs involving the governor, which were published by the Center for Investigative Journalism. The messages included misogynistic

  • If You Can’t Beat Them, Jump Them: Mountain Biker Soars Over Tour de France Riders
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    If You Can’t Beat Them, Jump Them: Mountain Biker Soars Over Tour de France Riders

    After six months of preparation, Valentin Anouilh achieved his lifetime dream of jumping over the Tour de France on July 15. The mountain biker recorded his use of a ramp to jump a road at the exact moment riders passed under him, near Saint Flour, during stage 10 of the race. Anouilh told Storyful,

  • Boy Has Close Encounter With Humpback Whales Off Kerry Coast
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    Boy Has Close Encounter With Humpback Whales Off Kerry Coast

    Terence Deane captured video of the moment he and his son had a close encounter with three humpback whales while the pair were boating near Maharees, County Kerry, on June 21. Terence and Tomas Deane were in their rigid inflatable boat about 14 miles off the Irish coast when they encountered the whales

  • 'Little Pink Animals With Curly Tails' - Police Dispatch Caller's Description Is Right on the Money
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    'Little Pink Animals With Curly Tails' - Police Dispatch Caller's Description Is Right on the Money

    A funny misunderstanding led to a police dispatcher describing what a pig looked like to officers from Riley County Police Department in Kansas on July 15. A video posted on the police department’s Facebook page features bodycam footage from one of the officers on the call, with the amusing radio conversation

  • Woman Drives Into River at New Jersey Car Wash
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    Woman Drives Into River at New Jersey Car Wash

    A woman in New Jersey got the kind of car wash she was not looking for when she hit the accelerator instead of the brakes at a car wash in Hackensack, sending her SUV plunging into the Hackensack River. Footage released by the City of Hackensack Fire Department shows the moment the woman hit the gas

  • Little Boy Has Priceless Reaction to Dad’s Military Homecoming
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    Little Boy Has Priceless Reaction to Dad’s Military Homecoming

    Kristen recorded the hilarious moment her husband Dave was reunited with their children, Emma and Owen, in Sacramento, California. The video shows little Emma and Owen running towards their father, Emma runs straight to him, but before two-year-old Owen reaches his dad, he gets distracted and ignores

  • 'Porch Pirate' Uses Candy Sales as Decoy During Alleged Maryland Package Theft
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    'Porch Pirate' Uses Candy Sales as Decoy During Alleged Maryland Package Theft

    A so-called porch pirate used a box of candy as a pretext to approach a home in Laurel, Maryland, on Monday evening, July 15, and hide a package before ringing a doorbell, police said . In footage captured by a doorbell camera, a man can be seen on the porch picking up a package and quickly tossing it

  • Turbulent Winds Stir Up Fire Whirl in Washington's Powerline Fire
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    Turbulent Winds Stir Up Fire Whirl in Washington's Powerline Fire

    Turbulent winds whipped up a ‘fire whirl’ on Sunday, July 14, as the Powerline wildfire swept across Grant County, Washington, local media reported. The 5,000 acre wildfire threatened a number of homes and business, according to officials cited by local media . On Monday, the blaze remained 0% contained

  • Meek Mill lawyers: Case could crumble if new trial granted
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    Meek Mill lawyers: Case could crumble if new trial granted

    Lawyers for Meek Mill asked an appeals court Tuesday to overturn a 2008 drug and gun conviction that has kept the rapper on probation for a decade and made him a celebrity crusader for criminal justice reform.

  • South African musician Johnny Clegg dies at 66 after cancer battle
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    South African musician Johnny Clegg dies at 66 after cancer battle

    Johnny Clegg, a South African musician who performed in defiance of racial barriers imposed under the country's apartheid system decades ago and celebrated its new democracy under Nelson Mandela, died Tuesday after a battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 66.

  • Alabama Space Center Launches Thousands of Rockets to Mark Apollo 11 Anniversary
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    Alabama Space Center Launches Thousands of Rockets to Mark Apollo 11 Anniversary

    The US Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama, attempted to break a world record as it launched nearly 5,000 model rockets on July 16 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 launch, local media reported . The rocket used in the original moon landing mission, Saturn V, was developed

  • Dust Devil Towers Over Industrial Area in Midland, Texas
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    Dust Devil Towers Over Industrial Area in Midland, Texas

    A towering dust devil moved through an industrial area on the southern outskirts of Midland, Texas, video shared on July 15 shows. Dust devils are relatively common in west Texas, but local meteorologist Anthony Franze wrote on Facebook that this was a “very strong one.” Credit: ChelceaJoe Rene Degenhardt

  • Remnants of Barry Bring 'Significant' Flooding to Southern Arkansas
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    Remnants of Barry Bring 'Significant' Flooding to Southern Arkansas

    Remaining thunderstorms from the former hurricane Barry brought “significant and life-threatening” flash flooding in southern Arkansas on Tuesday, July 16, the National Hurricane Center said . The National Weather Service said “particularly heavy” thunderstorms affected southwest Arkansas, and it reported

  • Maryland 'Porch Pirate' Caught on Camera Stealing Packages on Amazon Prime Day
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    Maryland 'Porch Pirate' Caught on Camera Stealing Packages on Amazon Prime Day

    Police in Elkridge, Maryland, were searching for a so-called porch pirate who was caught on camera stealing packages on Monday, July 15 – the first day of Amazon’s Prime Day sale. The Howard County Police Department shared footage showing a man pulling up to a curb in the Baltimore suburb and scooping

  • Protesters Gather Outside Jeff Bezos' Washington Home Over Amazon's Relationship With ICE
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    Protesters Gather Outside Jeff Bezos' Washington Home Over Amazon's Relationship With ICE

    Protesters gathered outside the home of Jeff Bezos in Washington on July 16 to demand that Amazon end its relationship with US Immigration and Customs Enforcement ( ICE ). Activists have criticized Amazon for selling it’s facial recognition technology to government and private agencies, including ICE

  • Community Fosters Animals After Shelter Appeals for Help During Arkansas Flooding
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    Community Fosters Animals After Shelter Appeals for Help During Arkansas Flooding

    Community members in Arkadelphia, Arkansas, came together on July 16 to take in animals from a local shelter hit by flash flooding, the shelter said . The Humane Society of Clark County earlier took to social media to ask for help fostering animals after one dog drowned and died during the storm. Local