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President Joe Biden surprised viewers Friday when pausing his speech to acknowledge a woman in the crowd he said he knew when she was 12.

“You gotta say hi to me,” Biden said during a speech at the National Education Association headquarters in Washington, D.C. “We go back a long way. She was 12 — I was 30, but anyway....”

Get out of their homie.... run

A man is in custody after dangerously driving through suburban Brampton, striking trees and other cars, in an attempt to escape police.

A viral video of the incident is making the rounds as well, and Peel Regional Police stress they are well aware of the driver. Another driver witnessed the incident at a suburban community on Chinguacousy Rd and filmed the attempted escape.

The video cuts in with the Jeep already on the lawn of a home on the corner. A police officer is standing by the Jeep as it tries to back out of the yard.

The Jeep then quickly pull forward crashing into a tree in the yard and pushing it down. The Jeep then backs up again, almost running down an officer standing behind who dodges out of the way.

While still reversing the Jeep hits a traffic light pole and tries to drive away. Then the Jeep tries to flee away from Chinguacousy Rd striking multiple cars as it does so.

Reports indicate it took ten police cruisers to stop the Jeep, the driver of which was arrested on the scene. They have been charged with unspecified impaired driving offences, police confirmed.

No one was reported injured in the incident.

A wellness check for a 22-year-old woman in New York City reportedly led to a grisly discovery: blood, human remains and body parts stuffed into suitcases, police said.

The New York City Police Department was called to an apartment complex in the 300 block of Linwood Street in East New York around 1:30 p.m. Wednesday to conduct the check.

When officers arrived to the woman’s sixth-floor apartment, they found two suitcases containing human remains, police said.

However, it’s not clear if the victim’s entire body was accounted for. It’s also not clear if the remains belong to the woman subject of the wellness check.

The medical examiner will determine the cause of death.

The NYPD said early Thursday the investigation is ongoing.

A man is wanted after throwing a chair at another person and taking their phone in Midtown, police say.

According to authorities, a 66-year-old man was sitting at an outdoor table at 370 West 58 Street when a man walking on the same street picked up a chair and threw it at the victim.

The victim dropped his cellphone and the suspect then picked up the phone and fled eastbound on West 58 Street. Officers say the incident took place on Sept. 9 at 10:30 p.m.

The victim was treated for a broken bone in his forearm.

A man was arrested Tuesday night after attacking a projector at a Turning Point USA “Meme Wars” event, according to Benny Johnson’s account of the events on social media.

Johnson, a former Daily Caller employee, was hosting an event at the University of Iowa about memes when he displayed one of Vice President Kamala Harris. The meme showed Harris exiting her home saying “oh my God I love it!” as a mariachi singer danced in front of the bus and mariachi music played in the background, seemingly in a nod to the migrants that were bused to the Vice President’s home by Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott earlier in September.

The original, non-meme video showed Harris’ excitement when she saw her campaign bus during the 2020 presidential election.

The meme seemed to strike a nerve for one man, who walked from the back of the room and kicked in the projector before cursing.

A video of US President Joe Biden appearing lost on stage during an event has shocked the internet. The President was addressing the Global Fund's Seventh Replenishment Conference in New York on Wednesday. After his address, he turned to leave the podium but stopped and looked lost. Mr Biden was also seen uttering some words which were not audible due to the thunderous applause at the event venue. The video has been posted by many users on Twitter and other social media platforms.

The event was organized to raise funds to fight AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria. A staggering $14.25 billion were raised in this regard, the highest amount ever pledged for a multilateral health organization.

In his address, Mr Biden thanked all the participants for the contributions made. "Thank you for fighting for what counts. This is all about saving lives - there's no ambiguity here - working with partners to ensure that all communities are healthy and strong - at least have a shot at being healthy and strong; that people everywhere can live in dignity," he said, according to the speech uploaded on the White House website.

"Let's demonstrate our collective power to take on challenges that matter most in people's lives and deliver progress. We have so much - so much to do, so let's get to work. And thank you all for all you're doing," he further said.

But as the President turned right to leave the podium, he stopped for a second, wondering if he has to get down from here. The host then read out a thank you note which attracted the attention of the 79-year-old.

Woman Brutally Attacked by Man as Bystanders Just Watch..

The driver of a tractor-trailer was killed in Allen Tuesday when the rig they were driving collided with another vehicle before flying off an overpass and crashing into the roadway below.

Video shared with NBC 5 showed the truck burst into flames as it twisted upside down before hitting the ground.

While the investigation into the crash continues, Allen police said it appears the tractor-trailer was northbound on Central Expressway when it collided with another vehicle. The tractor-trailer then drove over the right side of the overpass and caught fire as hit the ground.

The driver of the truck, whose identity has not yet been confirmed, was killed in the crash. Police said the driver's identity will be released after the family has been notified.

"Our thoughts and deepest condolences are with the victim's family and friends as they deal with their loss," police said in a statement Tuesday afternoon.

The driver of the other vehicle was not injured.

A police officer was set on fire by the protesters in Mashhad…Iran People rushed toward him and put out the fire, he had 3rd-degree burns.

An ambulance and a police car were set on fire by protesters in the Iranian city of Mashhad, APA’s Tehran bureau reports.

On September 20, anti-government slogans were raised in protests held in Tehran, Mashhad, Sari, Tabriz, and other cities.

Five people were killed in Iran’s Kurdish region on Monday when security forces opened fire during protests over the death of a woman in police custody, a Kurdish rights group said, on the third day of turmoil over an incident that has ignited nationwide anger.

Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old from Iran’s Kurdistan province, fell into a coma and died following her arrest in Tehran last week by the morality police, sparking demonstrations in numerous areas including the capital.

Two of the people were killed as security forces opened fire on protesters in the Kurdish city of Saqez, Amini’s hometown, the Hengaw Human Rights Organization said on Twitter.

A mom claims she captured a would-be kidnapper following (and recording) her and her daughter while shopping. A quick search online would later reveal the terrifying identity of their alleged stalker.

TikTok mom @dd_escapades had no idea an ordinary trip to Walmart would become a scary viral experience — but after posting her hair-raising footage, she quickly amassed over 8.9 million views and 17,000 comments.

Now, she’s encouraging parents everywhere always to pay attention to their surroundings.

What began as a normal shopping trip at her local Walmart quickly became a terrifying experience for @dd_escapades.

Her now-viral footage begins with a shot of shoes hanging on a shelf, as she’s sneakily trying to capture the man she claims had been following her through the store.

“I don’t know him, and he’s following me and recording me,” she says, zooming in on the man. Moments later, the space the man has just been occupying is suddenly empty. “Now he’s gone, after he realized I started recording him,” she adds.

Accompanied only by her young daughter, @dd_escapades quickly found a Walmart employee and showed them the footage she had captured. The staff member informed the store manager, who sent employees out to find and remove the man.

In a follow-up video, @dd_escapades informed followers of the terrifying discovery she’d made after looking up her alleged stalker.

“He has been identified. He is a registered sex offender, class 1. … He was arrested for molestation and rape,” she states plainly in the video.

According to @dd_escapades, she turned her footage and Walmart’s security footage over to the police and filed an official report. In another follow-up video, she shared that she would be pressing charges against the man.

IRAN: One of Khamenei's goons got a little too bold and wandered from his fellow Islamofast goons and paid the ultimate price as protesters swarmed, surrounded, and beat him into humus.

Social media posts claim the cop died but it is not confirmed as of yet.

A white bus driver in Morgan County, Georgia, has lost his job after a video showed him shoving a pair of young Black siblings.

The incident went down on Sept. 9 and stemmed from the bus driver — James O’Neil — instructing a 6-year-old boy to sit at the back of the bus.

According to the Morgan County Citizen, this went against the regular practice of younger children sitting toward the front of the bus, as high school students sat toward the back.

After the 6-year-old objected, the bus driver proceeded to shove him, according to another student’s video footage.

In response, the boy’s 10-year-old sister objected by yelling, “Stop pushing my brother!”

O’Neil responded by telling her to “shut [her] mouth,” and he proceeded to then aggressively push the 10-year-old while saying, “What a pain in the neck you guys are. Get back there.”

Following an investigation, O’Neil was ultimately arrested this past Friday.

“The investigation resulted in the arrest of James O’Neil on two counts of simple battery,” Morgan County Chief Deputy Keith Howard said, the Morgan County Citizen reports. “While this was not a complex investigation, it was complicated by the allegation that the incident was perceived as being racially motivated.”

However, authorities ultimately determined that they couldn’t prove that the conflict was racially motivated, though O’Neil will nonetheless get his date in court to face battery charges.

A mother and son from DeLand were fatally shot on Sunday night after detectives say the woman's ex-husband shot the two over an argument over electricity usage. Deputies said they found Michael Williams sitting in a vehicle parked in the driveway. He surrendered and was taken into custody without incident. When deputies entered the home they found both victims, 48-year-old Marsha Ebanks-Williams and her son, 28-year-old Robert Adams, dead inside. Adams’ two children, ages 5 and 6, were also found in the house, unharmed.

Check out this crazy road rage video between a white pickup truck and PT Cruiser shows a truck trying to pass the Cruiser but the Cruiser keeps dangerously cutting him off. Eventually, the truck goes around the Cruiser and stops in front of the car, the driver jumping out and punching the driver several times in the face.

The PT Cruiser driver doesn't take things lying down and jumps out of his vehicle to give some fists of his own as the pickup driver runs away.

Things end when the pickup driver comes back for one more round and gets flipped onto his back and the PT Cruiser driver takes off.

An 18-year-old man has been charged by the Ottawa Police Service homicide unit in connection with a stabbing death at the St. Laurent Shopping Centre Friday afternoon.

Mohamed Osman, 18, has been charged with second-degree murder, two counts of aggravated assault and one count of breaching release conditions, police said in a release Saturday afternoon.

He was taken into custody by police overnight.

First responders were called to the east end mall at about 4:35 p.m. Friday after witnesses reported a multiple stabbings.

In total, three men were wounded.

One of the victims, Marcus Maloney, 19, succumbed to his injuries and was pronounced deceased in hospital.

The two other victims suffered stab wounds but the wounds were not considered life-threatening.

The wounded victims were not identified.

Toronto- David Hove had been selling scones and lemonade at his sidewalk stand for hours and needed a bathroom break. When he left his station for few minutes to relieve himself, an adult man pulled up, got out of his car and swiped the entire stand.

When Hove returned, he was shocked to see that his cooler, folding table and supplies had vanished. The only piece of his business that remained was a handwritten sign that read: “Homemade Lemon Cranberry Scones.”

Thankfully, Hove was smart enough to take his money box with him when he left his post.

After the theft, Hove’s father began reaching out to neighbors to try to identify the mystery thief, but his mission was short-lived. Nobody saw the theft take place or had any leads to share.

So, instead of calling the police, Hove's father released surveillance footage of the sidewalk crime to local news stations in hopes of identifying the perpetrator.

So far, they are still on the hunt. However, the family has received hundreds of encouraging messages from strangers and support from neighbors.

The lemonade and scone stand was a joint business venture between the pre-teen and his 15-year-old sister, Kimberly.

Hove was responsible for manning the baked goods, handling customer service and balancing their revenue, while his sister was head of recipe development and baking.

Together they hoped to earn enough money so that Hove could purchase an Xbox, while his sister wanted a new cellphone.

A woman was recently caught on camera jumping over the counter at a Burger King fast-food restaurant in an attempt to steal cash, as several customers watched.

A spokesperson for the New York Police Department (NYPD) told Newsweek that the incident happened on Tuesday at about 3 p.m. local time in the Bronx.

After ordering food, the unidentified woman jumped "over the counter and grabbed approximately $250 in cash," the NYPD spokesperson said.

The incident comes as the NYPD has reported a 30 percent rise in robberies and burglaries over the past month compared to the same period in 2021, crime data shows.

It seems like yesterday there was another massive brawl on a Carnival Cruise ship. That's because there have been 2 other massive fights just this summer.

This one left bodies flying everywhere as well as wigs.

Elvis' Jailhouse Rock blaring over the speakers at the end of the video was fitting since several people will be dancing to it in the pen soon.

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A teenage human trafficking victim initially charged with first-degree murder after stabbing her accused rapist to death was sentenced Tuesday in an Iowa court to five years of closely supervised probation and ordered to pay $150,000 restitution to the man's family.

A GoFundMe page set up for the teen has raised more than the full amount of restitution she owes.

Pieper Lewis, 17, was sentenced Tuesday after she pleaded last year to involuntary manslaughter and willful injury in the June 2020 killing of 37-year-old Zachary Brooks of Des Moines. Both charges were punishable by up to 10 years in prison.

Polk County District Judge David M. Porter on Tuesday deferred those prison sentences, meaning that if Lewis violates any portion of her probation, she could be sent to prison to serve that 20-year term.

As for being required to pay the estate of her rapist, "This court is presented with no other option," Porter said, noting the restitution is mandatory under Iowa law that has been upheld by the Iowa Supreme Court.

As of Wednesday morning, the GoFundMe set up to help Lewis pay the restitution she owes to Brooks' family had raised over $168,000. The highest single donation came in the amount of $5,000 from an anonymous donor.

Lewis was 15 when she stabbed Brooks more than 30 times in a Des Moines apartment. Officials have said Lewis was a runaway who was seeking to escape an abusive life with her adopted mother and was sleeping in the hallways of a Des Moines apartment building when a 28-year-old man took her in before forcibly trafficking her to other men for sex.

Lewis said one of those men was Brooks and that he had raped her multiple times in the weeks before his death. She recounted being forced at knifepoint by the 28-year-old man to go with Brooks to his apartment for sex.

If Self Snitching Was A Person

A Lebanese woman held up a Beirut bank on Wednesday and reportedly walked out with thousands of dollars to fund what she said was hospital treatment for her ill sister. The move and another heist Wednesday come as Lebanese depositors — whose savings have been devalued and trapped in banks for almost three years amid an economic collapse — take matters into their own hands. Sali Hafiz streamed a live video of her raid on a Beirut branch of Blom Bank, in which she could be heard yelling at employees to release a sum of money while entrances to the bank were sealed.

The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department has released footage of a fatal deputy shooting that occurred in Moreno Valley in July.

According to Sheriff Chad Bianco, the shooting occurred in the parking lot of an O’Reilly Auto Parts store in the 15100 block of Perris Boulevard in Moreno Valley.

Authorities responded to a call from an O’Reilly employee at 11:07 a.m. on July 22. The report was of a man that had entered the store claiming to have a gun and wanting to kill someone. The employee told the dispatcher that the man’s exact words were “I’m going to smoke someone if you wanna call the cops.”

Upon arriving to the location, deputies located the suspect in the parking lot.

Bianco said the suspect was identified as Moreno Valley resident Jay Jackson, 49.

When deputies arrived, Jackson had a hand in the pocket of his shorts and told them he had a gun, Bianco said.

The Sheriff’s Department shared footage from two body-worn cameras and footage from a private citizen’s cell phone.

Officers can be heard in the videos telling the man “We do not want to hurt you. We can give you medical services, mental health services. Just do us a favor and take your hands out of your pocket.”

After multiple attempts from law enforcement to get Jackson to comply and him refusing, he is seen taking something out of his pocket — described by deputies as a shiny metallic object — and advancing toward deputies. Shortly after, officers are heard saying “Shots fired. Shots fired.”

Jackson was shot in the upper torso, and deputies tried life-saving measures on him before he was transported to a hospital and later died from his injuries, Bianco said.

The shiny metallic object was later identified as a Gillette razor, Bianco said.

The California Department of Justice will lead the investigation into the incident, examining the initial response of deputies, Jackson’s actions, as well as the deputy-involved shooting. The Sheriff’s Department will also internally evaluate the incident, Bianco said.


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