A man blindfolded himself and stood near Place de la Republique in Paris with a sign that says, "I'm a Muslim, but I'm told that I'm a terrorist. I trust you, do you trust me? If yes, hug me." Watch and see how this powerful social experiment turned out in the wake of the horrible terrorist attacks in Paris.
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Family Guy has never been a TV show to back away from controversy. In Sunday's episode, Peter and co. sit around the TV waiting around for Peter's estranged sister, when The Cosby Show comes on and plays the intro "knowing what we know now," poking fun at the dozens of sexual allegations brought against Bill Cosby. View Now
Bloomingdale's is in some hot water lately after printing an ad that reads "Spike your best friend's eggnog when they're not looking." Critics claim this promotes date rape. Bloomingdale's has since apologized for printing the ad. Hosts of The Young Turks discuss further. View Now
Caitlyn Jenner — one of the most talked about women this year — was put into the spotlight once again for Glamour’s 25th annual 'Women of the Year Awards.' Dressed in a royal blue Moschino gown, Jenner took to the stage Monday night to accept the Transgender Champion award. During her speech, the honoree discussed the roadblocks she has been forced to overcome as a transgender woman. In a touching video, Jenner says, “To live life authentically, has been the best thing that I could possibly do.” Congrats, Caitlyn! View Now
Donald Trump will be hosting "Saturday Night Live" tomorrow, but not before Donaldo Trumpez takes the stage at "Noche de Sabado en Vivo" live from Mexico City! Check out the opening skit as Donaldo, played to perfection by George Lopez, sits atop a wall dressed as Humpty Dumpty. And we all know what happened to Humpty Dumpty...
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WARNING: Adult language and violence. The Red Band trailer for "13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi" has been released, and it's intense to say the least. The movie is directed by Michael Bay, so you know there's going to be tons of action and big-time explosions. The film depicts the September 11, 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, and centers around an American Special Forces team centered in the situation. To say there is a lot of politics, controversy and heart in this film would be an understatement. View Now
Police in Calgary handled an arrest-gone-bad amazingly well. The man under arrest had his dog with him when police arrived, and ordered his dog to attack the officers. The officers, while wary, continued to arrest the man without laying a finger on the dog. People nearby took action and calmed the dog, and the arrest concluded without incident. View Now
The trailer for Adam Sandler's Western comedy, "The Ridiculous 6," has been released. Tommy "White Knife" Stockburn (Sandler) and his five brothers travel across the Old West when his long-lost outlaw father returns. The Netflix movie is set to be released on Dec. 11. View Now
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WARNING: This video is difficult to watch. A woman recorded her sister being beaten by her husband, followed by family members nearby defending the abuser. The woman and her sister uploaded the video to spread awareness about the reality of domestic abuse, and it worked. The video has gone viral, and sparked a worldwide conversation about domestic abuse. If you or anyone you know is a victim of domestic abuse, please contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline. View Now
A traditional Thai tattoo is given by healers as a sign of good health. However, they're not generally given to toddlers, and a video of a three-year-old getting inked has raised a lot of controversy. Research has since found that the tattoo was fake, and the video uploader has since apologized for the misconception. View Now
If the name Nicole Arbour doesn’t ring a bell, the horrifying video called "Dear Fat People" might. The fat-shaming comedian is back, but this time she’s taking on a new controversial issue: abortion. In a video titled “Why Abortion Is WRONG!” the YouTube star doesn’t shy away from voicing her opinion in a pretty brash way. View Now
Toronto Police were put in a difficult decision during a car chase. The reckless driver they had been following was stopped by a barricade of police vehicles, but still appeared dangerous. One officer decided to shoot at the vehicle to disable it, which also forced the driver to exit the vehicle. View Now
A photograph of military moms breastfeeding their babies at Fort Bliss is going viral. All of the mothers featured in the photo reportedly received permission from their commanding officers to participate in this photo shoot by Tara Ruby Photography. A nursing room is being built at Fort Bliss Army post in El Paso, Texas. The photographer, who served in the Air Force, said this was her way of showing women can be both amazing moms and soldiers. View Now
This video contains mature language: YouTuber Nicole Arbour, who claims to be a comedian, has gone viral for all the wrong reasons. She uploaded a video titled, "Dear Fat People," in which she goes on a fat-shaming rant disguised as satirical commentary. Let's just say it hasn't gone over too well.
The standard for women in the fashion and entertainment industry has gotten worse and worse over the years, and Agnes Hedengård is a perfect example of how warped this industry's standards have become. Hedengård has been told by multiple people in the modeling industry that she needs to be thinner in order to get work, and she got sick of it. So she posted a video (first in Swedish, then in English) telling people what it's been like for her, in hopes to bring to light the changes that need to happen in the entertainment world. View Now
WARNING: Adult language. Recently the University of Alabama Alpha Phi sorority recruitment video caught a lot of flack, resulting in the original video being taken down. FunnyorDie brings us the director's cut (we know this is a parody, guys; just go with it). Finally we have the editorial reasons behind the video. "This just looks like a bunch of great, smart, educated women — all happen to be blonde." View Now
Video shows LAPD officers surrounding a Los Angeles teenager's home before putting him in handcuffs. We're told police wanted to give the 16-year-old a citation for riding his bike without a helmet. The video sparked a storm of comments online. Now, the man who recorded it told RTM in an interview he wants something done about the police action. When we contacted LAPD, the public information officer told us, "at this time (they) do not know if there has been a complaint filed" . . . and until then, they cannot comment due to breach of privacy issues. See what you think. View Now
As drones with camera capabilities become more affordable, the question of privacy comes up more and more frequently. One hobbyist was recently confronted at a public park, where he was accused of filming children. The hobbyist uploaded the footage as evidence that although there was a children's soccer game being played at the park, his drone's camera has too wide of an angle for him to be accused of filming the children's soccer game. View Now
The "I'm Tired" Project is powerful. It's an ongoing collaborative project that started in June. Their Facebook page features people who have chosen to write what they're tired of, in terms of society and its expectation and realities, on their back... literally. Check out this powerful slideshow of some of the photographic submissions this project has received. View Now
Nope, this isn't a practical joke. There are actually plush toy dogs with sunglasses that twerk reportedly being sold at Walmart. Yep. Don't take it from us. Watch and see for yourself. View Now
When the winning numbers for the lottery appear on screen before the balls are selected, that means either that night's technical director is incredibly lucky, or something scandalous is afoot. The Belgrade Higher Public Prosecutor's Office suspected the latter after this exact scenario occurred during a nightly drawing of the Serbian State Lottery, and has launched an investigation. View Now
A TSA agent is under investigation for calling the police on a teenager who was filming the agent during a pat-down. The teen told the agent he was within his rights—and he was. View Now
An important factor in maintaining a healthy lifestyle is the proper motivation. Fitness Motivator John Burk thinks tough love is the way to go, and has recently posted a controversial rant of his about unhealthy people, who he calls, "repulsive," and "disgusting." View Now
Footage of a cab ride in 2013 has recently surfaced showing a passenger in Calgary, Canada verbally and physically abusing his cab driver. The driver came out against his treatment to Global News, as the passenger was billed for the damages to the cab, but faced no consequences for his behavior towards the driver. View Now
What started off as a routine noise complaint at a skate park in Ripon, California, quickly escalated into a controversial arrest. Police were initially called to the park because an individual was playing loud music, but when police approached the individual, his friends got involved. One of his friends, Eduardo Maldonado, demanded to know why his friend was being approached. Some yelling, multiple tasings and a trip in the back of a patrol car later, and the video of Maldonado's arrest has ignited outrage online. View Now
We should all know the dangers of leaving babies or pets in hot cars by now. In case you need one more reason to triple-check you're not forgetting someone you love in the car during the summer, Kars4Kids did this social experiment to showcase their Kars4Kids app. People were offered $100 to sit in a hot car for 10 minutes. See who took the challenge and how the experiment turned out.