The worst death scene ever has been found, and…oh WOW! (HILARIOUS VIDEO)


What’s the worst bit of acting you’ve ever seen?

(Warning: Spoilers ahead)

Maybe it was Tommy Wiseau in the cult classic “The Room“, often regarded as the worst movie ever made.

How about Nicolas Cage in “The Wicker Man” remake? -“The bees! Not the bees!”

We tend to forget that there was a SECOND raid on Pearl Harbor!

Everyone knows about the First Pearl Harbor Attack by the Japanese Imperial Navy. But few are aware of the 2nd Raid that the Japanese launched on Pearl Harbor. This raid was codenamed Operation K. It was a Japanese naval operation in WWII intended as a reconnaissance mission of the US Naval base at Pearl Harbor.

15 States Filed a Lawsuit Against the Suspension of the Program for the Protection of Migrants

Fifteen US states and the federal district of Colombia have filed a lawsuit in New York against US President Donald Trump's plan to end a program to protect young migrants from deportation, the Associated Press reported.

US navy shoots down missile off Hawaii in test (video)

U.S. forces shot down a medium-range ballistic missile off the coast of Hawaii Wednesday as part of a test conducted amid heightened regional tensions.
Early Wednesday local time, U.S. Navy sailors on the USS John Paul Jones “successfully conducted a complex defense flight test,” according to a statement by the Missile Defense Agency, a section of the Defense Department.

North Korea Says Nearly 3.5M Volunteer for People's Army as Tensions Rise

North Korea said on Saturday that nearly 3.5 million workers, party members and soldiers volunteered to join or rejoin its army to resist new U.N. sanctions and to fight against the United States in the current geopolitical tension between Pyongyang and Washington, Reuers reported.

Scientists discover two potentially habitable ‘super-Earth’ planets just 12 light years away

Two potentially habitable “super-Earths” orbit a star just 12 light years away that is our nearest sun-like neighbour, scientists have discovered.

The worlds at the edges of Tau Ceti’s “habitable zone” belong to a solar system of four rocky planets similar in size to Earth.

Moon could be wetter than thought, scientists say

The Moon, long thought to be a dry, inhospitable orb, hosts surprisingly large sub-surface water reserves, which one day may quench the thirst of lunar explorers from Earth, scientists said on July 24.

"We found the signature of the lunar interior water globally using satellite data," Shuai Li, co-author of a study by scientists at Brown University in the United States, said.