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Alcohol Run gone Wrong1m28s

Alcohol Run gone Wrong

Occurred on July 24, 2017 / Santa Rosa, California, USA Info from Licensor: "I took the video at Safeway, this kid ended up getting away."

Published: December 8, 2017540 views
Professional MMA fighter trains with help from his dog21s

Professional MMA fighter trains with help from his dog

Brandon Girtz and his dog, Vicii (pronounced "vee-chee"), are best friends who do everything together. These two beefcakes travel all over the world, and they get a workout in whenever and wherever they can! Instagram: @brandongirtzmma Video by: @mydogiscutest

Published: December 11, 2017Updated: December 12, 2017521 views
Samantha Holvey6m49s

Samantha Holvey

Holvey described how "hurt" she felt following Trump's election last year amid mounting allegations of sexual harassment and assault.

Published: December 11, 2017519 views
Great Dane impatiently waits for cat to finish shower2m08s

Great Dane impatiently waits for cat to finish shower

Watch and laugh as Sid enjoys his shower while his owner films from under the running water under the second shower head. Thank goodness the iPhone 7 is waterproof! Katie the Great Dane sticks her head into the shower, not so patiently waiting for her cat brother to finish up his morning routine.

Rep. Steve King Grills FBI Director Christopher Way6m52s

Rep. Steve King Grills FBI Director Christopher Way

GOP Rep. Steve King, of Iowa, pressed Wray on the decision to change former FBI Director James Comey's statement on Clinton's email investigation to say Clinton had been "extremely careless" rather than "grossly negligent." He was referencing how an early draft of a memo by Comey described the behavior of Clinton as "grossly negligent" for her handling of classified information, though Comey in his July 5, 2016, public statement didn't use that term.

Toddler Has The Best Way Of Telling Dad To 'Have Some Fun'31s

Toddler Has The Best Way Of Telling Dad To 'Have Some Fun'

You can really tell that this adorable toddler boy looks up to his dad. Wait a second… he looks up WITH him, looks down WITH him and to the side WITH him. Check out this cute father/son moment where a good-humored toddler boy imitates his dad. If you ask us, this is his funny and clever way of saying “hey dad! Stop paying attention to your laptop and pay attention to me!” Kids brains are like sponges - they are able to pick up everything they elders do and say. They say the easiest way of teaching a kid to do the right thing is to show it how it’s done, rather than telling the kid to so it, then do the exact opposite when the kid isn’t looking. Same goes for curse words - everyone knows you should definitely be mindful about what you are saying in front of your kids, because their tiny minds absorb like sponges and you never know when that little verbal indiscretion might come spilling out of innocent little mouths! This kid might not be imitating dad in a bad way, but we really hope that it would be dad who learns something from his son. Like how to take some time off and have a nice bit of fun. Work will ways be there, but the best time to catch up with your kid is right now!

Published: December 8, 2017401 viewsVirality: 1%
CNN Acosta Now Claims WH Trying to Suppress Free Speech3m35s

CNN Acosta Now Claims WH Trying to Suppress Free Speech

"Well, it’s another day at the White House, Brooke. I think what came up during this briefing was a pretty clear example of what the White House wants to do when it comes to the free press in this country. Every time there is a mistake, an honest mistake, it seems that this White House, this president wants to weaponize it and use it as a way to go after news outlets in this country. You take a look at what was brought up just before that line of questioning that I had with Sarah Sanders. Somebody was asking about a tweet about crowd sizes that came from a 'Washington Post' reporter that the President tweeted over the weekend, that is what started that whole exchange because my sense of it was that the reporter with 'The Washington Post,' Dave Weigel, when he put out that tweet of the crowd size, that was not an intentional attack on the President as a way to mislead the American people. That was simply a bad tweet and he deleted it and he apologized for it over the weekend. You know, the President has gone after this news outlet, he’s gone after other news outlets after mistake are made. And, Brooke, we are journalists and we are human beings. We are going to make mistakes, but that doesn’t mean that, you know, you throw people overboard every time a mistake is made with a news outlet."