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Taxi-Goers Get Pranked By Sudden Ice Geostorm

Taxi-Goers Get Pranked By Sudden Ice Geostorm

To celebrate the new thriller "Geostorm" coming out this Friday, the film pulled off a crazy prank! Starring Gerard Butler and Jim Sturgess, the movie takes place in a universe where all weather and natural disasters are controlled until the unthinkable happens. For these unfortunate people taking a taxi through New York City in the summer, an important news report flashes on the screen, and everything around them is suddenly completely frozen. Ooh scary!  View Now
Sea Turtle Beach Party & See-Thru Frogs

Sea Turtle Beach Party & See-Thru Frogs

In the aftermath of Hurricane Irma in Costa Rica, over 381,000 turtles have flocked to the beaches. As awesome as they are, officials ask that the public not mess with the animals. Since they are an endangered species, human intervention would do way more harm than good. View Now
Family Rescued From Capsized Ship In Puerto Rico

Family Rescued From Capsized Ship In Puerto Rico

The rescue efforts are continuing in Puerto Rico after recent Category 4 Hurricane Maria hit this week, and a mother and her two children had a lucky escape. BBC News reports they were able to get on top of a capsized vessel and get the attention of a British helicopter. Unfortunately, it's believed a man inside the vessel was not able to escape. View Now
Four Heroes Brave Hurricane Harvey's Flood To Save Lives

Four Heroes Brave Hurricane Harvey's Flood To Save Lives

If you're ever stranded in a monumental flood, you might want to think about giving these heroic guys a call. Dale Young, Johnathan Jones, Kevin Jones and Saxton Detwiler knew people were stranded in an eight and a half foot flood, so they got in a friend's military personnel vehicle and went to the rescue. Thanks to them, between 800 to 1000 people were rescued over a week's time while Hurricane Harvey ripped through Texas. View Now
Kristen Bell Entertains Hurricane Irma Victims

Kristen Bell Entertains Hurricane Irma Victims

She's not just a movie star. Kristen Bell is proving she'll go above and beyond to help others. While filming in Orlando, she got caught in Hurricane Irma and decided to make the best of it. While staying at a Disney World hotel, she's been helping people stuck there and also performed some amazing songs from her movie "Frozen" at a shelter nearby. View Now
Liev Schreiber Rescues Puppies From Texas

Liev Schreiber Rescues Puppies From Texas

In the aftermath of tropical storm Harvey, there's still work to do. An extensive cleanup is needed along with help for the many people and animals displaced from the storm. That includes dogs who were taken from Texas shelters to make room for others. While actor Liev Schreiber was making an appearance at "Live with Kelly & Ryan," he was totally taken by two puppies. After calling up ex Naomi Watts and their two children, he gets their approval to adopt the cuties! View Now
Hurricane Irma Continues Destructive Path Towards Florida

Hurricane Irma Continues Destructive Path Towards Florida

Just as Harvey has ended, another hurricane is on its way. Floridians are bracing for impact as Hurricane Irma is supposed to hit Miami this weekend. Evacuations have already started, and people in Winter Garden, just east of Orlando, are gearing up. Resident Peter Hartin reports that sandbags have been given out at 10 per household, and the huge lines of cars are already starting, as seen in his video below. View Now
Moving Video Shows Togetherness Despite Harvey Horrors

Moving Video Shows Togetherness Despite Harvey Horrors

As the week starts to come to an end, it's unbelievable to think about how much has happened since tropical storm Harvey first hit Texas. With so many people displaced and needing to be rescued, it was easy to give up hope, but the tragedy showed a tremendous amount of teamwork. Kelly Laws of Fox 10 put together a moving video featuring footage from the storm and how big Americans' hearts really are. View Now
Spiderman Spreads Some Cheer In Houston

Spiderman Spreads Some Cheer In Houston

So many are displaced now after tropical storm Harvey ravaged Texas, with entire families and more than 30,000 people camped out in shelters and in various businesses. One character you might be familiar with decided to go around to a few of the places people are staying at to make people feel just a little better. Your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man making kids smile at the GRB: pic.twitter.com/K2NSweXAE4 View Now
The Incredible Animal Rescues As Harvey Rages On

The Incredible Animal Rescues As Harvey Rages On

In the midst of great tragedy comes a sense of togetherness. With tropical storm Harvey wreaking absolute havoc in Texas this week, people have had to work together to save each other and the countless animals trapped in flooded neighborhoods. Dodo Impact shares this heartwarming video of the many animal rescues taking place right now, from horses to dogs to fish. View Now
Houston Flooding Inspires Local Musician

Houston Flooding Inspires Local Musician

Music can help to heal wounds, and the devastation in Texas due to tropical storm Harvey is inspiring some creative lyrics. Coldplay shared a song for Houston at their latest concert, and Houstonian Tyrik Tell also wanted to do his part, coming up with a touching, impromptu wrap. It's a way to bring hope to those affected and show the world how strong his city is! View Now
Coldplay Writes Song For Harvey Victims

Coldplay Writes Song For Harvey Victims

The band may have been playing in Florida, but their thoughts were with Texas. After having to cancel a performance in Houston last week due to tropical storm Harvey, Coldplay was inspired to write "Dreaming of Houston." View Now
Headbanger Rocks Out During Hurricane Matthew, Becomes Internet Legend

Headbanger Rocks Out During Hurricane Matthew, Becomes Internet Legend

'Murica! That sums up this epic video of headbanger Lane Pittman rocking out to some Slayer during Hurricane Matthew. During the storm Pittman, took the streets to declare that nothing would stop him from jamming out. Not even a hurricane. The clip has gone absolutely viral online getting millions of views on both Facebook and YouTube. Do yourself a favor and click the loop button on the video. View Now
Hurricane Hermine Hits Florida And The East Coast

Hurricane Hermine Hits Florida And The East Coast

Hurricane Hermine first hit Florida and was upgraded from a tropical storm to a Category 1 hurricane on Sept. 1. It was quickly was downgraded again to a tropical storm.  It also became a flash-flooding threat in parts of the Southeast. The storm caused heavy winds and blowing in South Carolina. View Now
Hallelujah, Sandy Screw Ya!

Hallelujah, Sandy Screw Ya!

Adam Sandler made a special cameo appearance during last nights 12/12/12 Concert for Hurricane Sandy Relief. The Brooklyn-born comedian sang a tribute to the "capitol of the world's" endurance and resilience- but in true Sandler fashion, he had a hilarious twist.   View Now
Casey Neistat Takes Us to Staten Island in the Aftermath of Superstorm Sandy

Casey Neistat Takes Us to Staten Island in the Aftermath of Superstorm Sandy

When Superstorm Sandy hit New York City, YouTube filmmaker and activist Casey Neistat got on his bike and filmed the aftermath of the devastating storm. After uploading it to YouTube, Neistat got a call from one of Al Gore's producers, offering his $500 to license some of the footage. Neistat used the money he got from his video to buy clothing for those hit hardest by the storm in Superstorm Sandy in Staten Island. View Now
Scenes of Sandy

Scenes of Sandy

Hoboken, New Jersey resident, Michael Sober, has captured some pretty intense moments of Superstorm Sandy and shared them with us. Watch this interview of Michael talking about what New Jersey has been like the last few days.  View Now
New York City in Darkness

New York City in Darkness

It's The City That Never Sleeps. New York City is always bustling with people, and even at 3 a.m., it never goes dark. That is, until Superstorm Sandy hit the Big Apple last week. Jared Levy gives us an insiders perspective on what it was like and how it felt when Lower Manhattan went dark.  View Now
Fires Spread Across Neighborhoods in Aftermath of Sandy

Fires Spread Across Neighborhoods in Aftermath of Sandy

Superstorm Sandy has had an affect on millions of people in the Mid-Atlantic region, but for these people the affects will last a lot longer. In this video you can see homes that have caught on fire due to down power lines, and exposed gas lines. These firefighters distinguished the flames to keep them from spreading to other homes. View Now