Police departments that have been slammed for increased militarization through the Defense Department’s surplus equipment program now have a new dilemma. Some of them have discovered they cannot give their unused war supplies back to the Pentagon.
General Motors is scrambling to prevent owners of the 2015 Chevrolet Corvette from breaking the law with the car’s high-tech recording device. Apparently, the company never got the memo that secret recordings are illegal in many states.
Six people, including two children died after their car fell into a monster sinkhole in the middle of the highway near the Crimean capital of Simferopol. The hole appeared to be 6 meters deep and 8 meters wide.
A fire at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport has halted all flights. Up to 20 people have been evacuated from the air traffic control facility where the blaze broke out. A man with "self-inflicted" wounds was found at the scene of the incident.
A Merc completely covered in Swarovski crystals, belonging to a 21-year-old student from Moldova, has been grabbing headlines in the UK. But Daria Radionova tells RT she’s actually offended that the media is underestimating the cost of her pimped-up ride.
A 25-year-old Russian man has gotten himself “a toy” each boy in the world would die for – a real armored personnel carrier. The owner told RT he is working hard to “upgrade” his APC to be as cozy as a real car as he plans to drive it to Crimea.
Boxing legend Mike Tyson is being branded as “some kind of superhero” by a man who says the hall-of-famer came to his side last week after an automobile accident in Las Vegas, Nevada left him waiting for an ambulance.
Moscow is bewildered by Washington’s warmongering rhetoric, which accompanied President Petro Poroshenko’s visit to the US. Russia has also noted all the Russia-unfriendly opinions voiced recently by hawkish American politicians.
A one-year-old baby has been rescued from a hot, parked car by a woman who broke the windshield, crawled into the car and unlocked the door. The woman ignored warnings from security guards and the apprehension of onlookers.
A mysterious female motorcyclist is taking care of keeping Russian streets clean. Angered by littering drivers, she teaches them a lesson by tossing trash back in their cars. The YouTube video of the litter avenger hit 10 million views in just 3 days.