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KTVA viewers saw an interesting segment when reporter Charlo Greene took to the camera over the weekend. While reporting on marijuana in Alaska, Greene informed viewers that she is the owner of the Alaska Cannabis Club and then proceeds to quit on live TV. Warning, there is explicit language in this video.
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A video has surfaced showing a handcuffed man in South Carolina being tased while sitting on the hood of a Sheriff's deputy's car. Deputies said the man had been arrested and was not complying with them when it came to getting into the car. The man was arrested for disorderly conduct and charged with resisting arrest. We are only seeing a small portion of the incident and after an internal investigation it was determined, by authorities, that the deputy did everything he was supposed to do. However, it is difficult to watch.
A few weeks ago, a 9-year-old girl accidentally shot and killed a shooting instructor with an Uzi submachine gun. News of the accident spread quickly. Now, the family of the shooting instructor have sent a heartfelt statement to the little girl online.
Ukraine is strife with internal and external conflict. After a ground war with rebels and an unstable political landscape, things aren't looking too good for the European country. The people are getting fed up with it. So much so, they literally threw one of their politicians away. That politican happens to be, Vitaly Zhuravsky, one of the ousted former president's party members.
His name is Joe and he is a 26-year-old homeless man living on the streets of New York City. His story of survival is a rather unique one. To get by, he hooks up with different women so he has somewhere to sleep. It's a story you have to see to believe and to hear all of the brutally honest conversation with Joe, click here.
Joe has a rather unique life as a 26-year-old homeless man in New York City. Living on the streets, he has developed an unheard of way to survive: sleeping with women. Keeping clean by stealing products from stores and earning more than $100 a day panhandling, this brutally honest conversation with Joe will make you grateful for what you have. Fueled by alcohol, drugs, and lust, Joe opens up about what living on the streets is really like. Click here for the RTM reaction.
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A dad in Saudi Arabia jokingly placed a baby in a cooking pot without putting it in danger. However, the joke was not well-received, as folks have claimed it was irresponsible and tasteless. It comes just a few weeks after a grandma in South Carolina pulled a similar stunt.
A video has gone viral in Denmark that shows, what reports say, were plainclothes police officers holding a man down on the ground as they handcuffed him. But the part that has caused so much outrage, is the pepper spray one of the officers used. The incident is under investigation.
Net neutrality is the most important topic about the Internet since its creation. For those of you unaware of what net neutrality is, let us break it down for you. The FCC, along with the cable companies, want to treat the Internet like cell phone minutes. You would have to pay for the service itself (which you already do), but also pay for the amount of data you want to access. Essentially, you would have pay a certain amount of money to watch this video on RTM's website. Think of it as toll roads on the web. This music video with singing by Bobby Jo Valentine expresses why it is important that the Internet remain open and free.
A man by the name of Skylow was arrested and charged with interfering with a police investigation and resisting arrest after refusing to step back as he filmed a Gresham Oregon Police Department's drug raid across the street. In the video, police can be seen repeatedly asking him to move back as they served the search warrant before slapping the handcuffs on when he refused to do so multiple times. Skylow insists he was assaulted while the police, on the other hand, insist he was interfering in a dangerous situation. What are your thoughts on the incident?
It can be pretty frustrating when your card gets declined, especially when you're trying to eat. Though, that is no excuse for this woman's behavior. When her card is declined at a McDonald's, she takes it very personally.
The job market is tough out there. Young people are some of the most unemployed in the country. In the most progressive time of United States history, does discrimination come into the picture when applying for a job? See what happened to José.