While on tour of duty in Afghanistan, soldier Donny Eslinger adopted an adorable dog that he named Smoke-pup Barbarian. But after he was critically wounded during a mortar attack and shipped to Germany, Eslinger was forced to leave the pooch behind.
Earlier this week, a group of men stormed a bank in Parana, Brazil and made off with approximately $16,000. It was the perfect heist — until one of the robbers clumsily shot himself in the foot. (No joke.)
In New York City, a misspelling on a crosswalk outside a Manhattan high school has some people worrying about the future of education. According to the city, utility workers incorrectly spelled the word “school” on a crosswalk after performing a repair last summer.
A new dad completely confounds his adorable newborn by making motorboat sounds with his mouth. Enjoy it while you can, dad, because something tells us your baby girl won’t always be this easy to impress.
Rory O’Connor was fishing off the coast of Florida in the Gulf of Mexico on Jan. 7th when he suddenly noticed a dog paddling toward him. As you can see in this video, O’Connor helped the injured pup into his kayak before bringing him to a local veterinarian.
Long-running morning show mainstay ‘Today’ marked its 60th anniversary this morning. It’s not often that a show celebrates six decades on the air and ‘Today’ did it in style by bringing all living former anchors together with the current crew in Studio 1A in Rockefeller Plaza.
It’s been one year since Ted Williams, the homeless “man with the golden voice,” became an overnight sensation after a video interview with a local reporter went viral. ‘Entertainment Tonight’ recently checked in with Williams to see how he’s fared since then.
New York City is one of the few places where someone can break into spontaneous song on the subway and no one bats an eye. That’s exactly what happens here, as musician Jessica Latshaw plays a song on the ukulele while a man (who she’s never met before) accompanies on bongos.
In Vancouver, Canada, a courageous wheelchair-bound man wrestled a would-be robber to the ground during an attempted robbery at a convenience store. And a security camera caught the brave struggle on tape.
Eleven-year-old Jared Flanders willfully disobeyed his father and left his Massachusetts home one day last week without an accompanying adult. But Jared had a good reason to defy his dad, since his objective was to attend a funeral for a firefighter killed during the line of duty.
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