Saryna Parker, a former 8th grade teacher, tried to kiss a police officer and told him she loved him during a DUI arrest. Watch the police dashcam video.
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John Benjamin Haygood is a 10-year-old Florida boy with autism whose arrest was filmed by his mother last week. “I don’t like to be touched,” he says in the video.
David Dao, the passenger who was forcibly removed from a United Airlines flight, is a pro poker player on the World Series of Poker.
A disgraced doctor and professional poker player from Kentucky has been identified as the United Airlines passenger forcibly pulled from a flight by police, leaving him bloodied.
A video of Jennifer Williamson’s son Aaron getting a TSA patdown has gone viral on Facebook. She says that she and her son, who has sensory processing disorder, were ‘treated like dogs.’
Kim Jung-A is the wife of East Asian Affairs expert Robert Kelly, who became a viral star after his wife and kids interrupted a live BBC interview.
A powerful image of Staff Sgt. Kyle Smith saying farewell to his dog Bodza has gone viral. Here’s a look at their unbreakable bond.
Kourtney Jorge is #HurtBae, the woman in a viral video talking about cheating with her ex-boyfriend, Leonard. Here is what you need to know about her.
#HurtBae has been trending on Twitter because of the discussion about a viral video showing a couple confronting each other about why they cheated. Watch it here.
Ana-Alecia Ayala, who made people smile with her hospital ‘Juju on that Chemo’ dancing video, has lost her battle with a rare cancer.
A 2-year-old boy from Utah is being hailed as a hero for his quick reaction when a dresser fell on top of his twin brother.
Kelly Macnamara, the first female football player in North Penn High School history, became a viral sensation. Watch the video.
Kenneth ‘Ken’ Bone has become an internet sensation since he asked a question at the second presidential debate. Learn more about Bone’s life.
A student advisor at Kennesaw State University in Georgia has been placed on academic leave pending an investigation into a waiting room confrontation with a black student.
Teenager Michael Singleton tells CNN’s Anderson Cooper that he understands why his mother slapped him around the head in the middle of the Baltimore riots.
It’s the question that has left adults around the world scratching their heads – and it comes from a math paper for 14-year-olds in Singapore.