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Car crashes into barriers outside parliament in London

London police say that a car has crashed into barriers outside the Houses of Parliament and that there are a number of injured

Want to Be a Comedian? Follow These Tips

If you want to be a stand-up comedian, here are a few tips. Keri Lumm tells you about the importance of Open Mic Night.

Ravens vs. Colts preseason Week 2: Time, TV…

The Baltimore Ravens get the Indianpolis Colts and the returning Andrew Luck at quarterback for Week 2 of the preseason. Here's how to watch

Pedestrians injured after car hits barriers at UK…

A man has been arrested after a car crashed into barriers outside London's parliament building. A number of pedestrians have been arrested, police say. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

Man Intentionally Crashed Airplane Into Wife's…

Man Intentionally Crashed Airplane Into Wife's House, Police Say

Firefighter Dies Battling Northern Calif. Fire

Authorities say a Utah firefighter died battling the largest recorded blaze in California history. Fire officials say the man died Monday night at a hospital after he was injured at the site of the Mendocino Complex fire north of San Francisco. (Aug. 14)

West Virginia Impeaches 3 Of 4 State Supreme…

They were named in 14 articles of impeachment.

Long-Lost Marilyn Monroe Nude Scene Discovered

A Marilyn Monroe nude scene that people thought had been destroyed long ago has been rediscovered—but it's not clear whether it will ever released. The scene from 1961's The Misfits , the last movie that Monroe completed before her death, was kept by producer Frank Taylor, and his son has...

5 Reasons Why The Trump Administration's Junk…

'Sometimes, the cheap version of something is worse than nothing at all.' — Trump's junk health insurance plans, explained. This video, "5 Reasons Why The Trump Administration's Junk Healthcare Plans Are Bad for Everyone", first appeared on nowthisnews.com.

MoviePass Re-enrolls Subscribers, Forbids…

Some previous subscribers to monthly movie ticket service MoviePass are reportedly getting a rude awakening after receiving an email letting them know that they have been automatically opted back into the service as part of new plan changes, and then finding themselves unable to cancel again, according to Business Insider. The company, which has lately been limiting subscribers to pick between just two different films at often-horrible showtimes, is expected to implement a new plan on Wednesday, August 15, that will allow subscribers to pay $10 per month to see up to three movies during that period — this time allowing them to see any film they want. But while those changes might be compelling to current subscribers, what wasn’t expected was that those who recently canceled the service would somehow automatically be opted into the new plan.

Turkey Has Been Mismanaging Economy for a While…

Aug.14 -- Hans Humes, chairman and chief executive officer at Greylock Capital Management, discusses the crisis in Turkey, Turkish debt and where he'd be putting his money. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."

Golf fans had questions about Tiger Woods…

About that kiss ...

German economy defies trade gloom with strong growth

Official data show that the German economy grew by 0.5 percent in the second quarter compared with the previous three-month period, accelerating slightly

You're Probably Drinking Prosecco Wrong

When in Rome, do as the Romans do. And they are not drinking their prosecco from a champagne flute. Buzz60's Tony Spitz has the details.

Man crashes car into security barriers outside British Houses of Parliament

A car crashed into barriers outside the Houses of Parliament in London on Tuesday, injuring a number of pedestrians, British police said.

Hundreds injured as Spanish festival platform…

The incident happened as revellers were enjoying the O Marisquino festival in Vigo, northwestern Spain. Rough cut (no reporter narration)