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VIDEO: Naked Man Pummels NYPD Police Cruiser

VIDEO: Naked Man Pummels NYPD Police Cruiser

A naked man was caught on camera pummeling a parked New York City Police Department (NYPD) police cruiser on Sunday night in Midtown Manhattan, stunning onlookers who could not believe what they just saw.

At Least 20 Dead in Upstate New York Limousine Crash

At Least 20 Dead in Upstate New York Limousine Crash

At least 20 people have died after a limousine collided with another vehicle at an intersection Saturday near an upstate New York tourist destination, police announced Sunday.

USA Today: Kavanaugh Should 'Stay Off Basketball Courts When Kids Are Around'

USA Today: Kavanaugh Should 'Stay Off Basketball Courts When Kids Are Around'

USA Today is getting slammed after a sports columnist for the paper published an article suggesting that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh should "stay off basketball courts" when children are around and not coach girls' basketball because he was accused of sexual assault.

WATCH: K9 Takes Down Man Suspected of Kidnapping Child

WATCH: K9 Takes Down Man Suspected of Kidnapping Child

A K9 police dog in Florida scored major points with his handler Monday after he heroically took down a man accused of kidnapping an infant, according to a video from a police officer's body camera.

WATCH: Weather Channel Reporter Mocked for Appearing to Exaggerate Florence

WATCH: Weather Channel Reporter Mocked for Appearing to Exaggerate Florence

A reporter with the Weather Channel conducting a live shot in North Carolina near where Hurricane Florence made landfall struggled to maintain his balance while two people casually walked by in the background, according to a viral video of the incident.

Catholics Call for Investigation, Resignation of Pope Francis

Catholics Call for Investigation, Resignation of Pope Francis

A growing number of American Catholics are calling for an investigation into the allegations that Pope Francis ignored Cardinal Theodore McCarrick's record of sexually abusing priests, seminarians, and laypeople, including minors.

Feds Offering $20,000 Reward for Suspect Accused of Threatening Trump

Feds Offering $20,000 Reward for Suspect Accused of Threatening Trump

Federal authorities announced Sunday that they are offering $20,000 to anyone who can provide information leading to the capture and arrest of a Pennsylvania man accused of threatening President Trump and other high-profile government officials.

Biden's Niece Gets Probation for $100,000 Credit Card Scam

Biden's Niece Gets Probation for $100,000 Credit Card Scam

Former Vice President Joe Biden's niece avoided jail on Thursday after a Manhattan Criminal Court judge sentenced her to two years' probation for stealing more than $100,000 in a credit card scam.

VIDEO: Vietnam Veteran Robbed at Gunpoint in Broad Daylight

VIDEO: Vietnam Veteran Robbed at Gunpoint in Broad Daylight

Police announced Monday that they are searching for two suspects caught on video robbing a Vietnam veteran at gunpoint in broad daylight while he was sitting on the front porch of his Detroit home.

Watch: Good Samaritans Save Toddlers Dangling from Apartment Window

Watch: Good Samaritans Save Toddlers Dangling from Apartment Window

A few Good Samaritans made a heart-stopping rescue Tuesday when they saved two toddlers dangling from a Chicago apartment window, according to a video released Friday. Denise Ochoa and her cousin Jennifer Salgado witnessed the two children dangling more than 20 feet in the air when they rushed over to help.

WATCH: 'Subway Surfer' Rides on Outside of NYC Subway Car

WATCH: 'Subway Surfer' Rides on Outside of NYC Subway Car

A Brooklyn man was caught on camera riding the outside of a New York City subway car bound for Manhattan on Friday morning while riders inside the train watched in shock, according to a video of the incident shared on social media.

$4 Billion in SNAP Money Went to Improper Food Stamp Payments

$4 Billion in SNAP Money Went to Improper Food Stamp Payments

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) spent a total of $4 billion on improper food stamp payments to those receiving benefits through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), the USDA confirmed with Breitbart News on Friday.

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