A Texas-based textbook publisher is under fire and promising to make revisions after an image of one of its book’s sections on slavery went viral. What’s the controversy? The Texas textbook photo refers to slaves as “workers”–a whitewashing that’s prompted ire from a number of sources. Read on for the original photo, and a bevy of reactions.
Cindy Hahn, a 40-year-old mom-of-two from Valencia, California, is suing the City of Carlsbad and several of its police officers, alleging that cops used unnecessary force by pinning her to the ground and repeatedly punching her during a July 2013 arrest. See disturbing cellphone video taken at the scene that would seem to back her side of the story.
On Sunday night’s 90 Day Fiance Where Are they Now? special, we got to see Season 2 star Yamir making a music video for his song “Party Love” starring his wife, Chelsea. Keep reading to watch the finished product!
TLC is known for featuring outrageous stories of the different and unusual. Their newest special is no exception. Andrew Wardle is a 40-year-old average Joe hailing from the U.K. He lives a normal life with an abnormal secret: he doesn’t have a penis. Read on to find out more about his rare condition.
No stranger to controversial TV shows, TLC will be premiering its new six-episode series Sex In Public tonight at 10/9c. Prior to the premiere, the Parents Television Council issued a statement condemning the network for airing the series. “TLC once stood for The Learning Channel,” said PTC president Tim Winter, “but today it stands for Totally Ludicrous Content.” However, the show isn’t really as racy as its title suggests–viewers tuning in hoping to see people making sweet love in public are going to be very disappointed. Keep reading to find out what the show is actually about and watch the preview trailer.
A Florida supermarket fight–the second such throwdown this summer–recently broke out because of a misunderstanding regarding a chicken dinner. The fight has gone viral, and inspired a bevy of cheeky Twitter hashtags, including the increasingly popular #floridapoultrybrigade. Come on in and see this video!
After her “Dear Fat People” video garnered a huge amount of negative attention, YouTube comedian Nicole Arbour appears to be embracing the “no such thing as bad publicity” concept with yet another controversial video that has a lot of folks angry — this time about abortion.
According to a startling new report, the number of selfie deaths worldwide is up–way up–from this point last year. More people have suffered selfie deaths than have died by shark attack, among other things. For more figures: read on!