David Beckham was caught on KissCam with a very special lady during Tuesday night's Los Angeles Kings game in L.A.
The soon-to-be retired soccer player attended the game with his wife Victoria, the couple's four children and Tom and Connor Cruise. However, it was baby Harper, Beckham's only daughter, who caught the camera's attention when it was KissCam time.
Upon realizing he was on KissCam with his daughter, Beckham showed Harper the screen before giving her a big kiss on the cheek. She responded with a smile.
Here's a clip of the moment courtesy of wmagvevo.
Last week Police in Altoona, Penn. received a 911 call from a man claiming he had proof of Bigfoot.
Fox News reports that during the call, John Winesickle reportedly asked police to come over to his house to show them the proof.
An officer was soon dispatched to Winesickle's home where he was shown several images of Bigfoot's alleged footprints.
Winesickle then took the officer on the path in the woods where he thought he had found the prints. However, according to ANI, while filing the report, the officer concluded that the tracks had been made by a bear.
When Bigfoot enthusiasts learned about the call, rumors that a man had shot and killed Bigfoot began to spread all over the Internet.
Sharon Hill of The Doubtful News has been following the story and reported that it had all been gossip.
The last time Tamer Mosallem saw five of his school friends, he told them to go ahead without him to the beach. His father was going to make him stay home and study, he said to them.
Tamer, 17, was supposed to join Abdulrahman Alyahyan, Nozad Al Hamawendi, Cecilia Zamora, and Robin Cabrera, all 17, and Aurora Cabrera, 16, on a trip to the beach Monday afternoon in Newport Beach, Calif.
"I was supposed to be with them in the car, that's why there were three girls," Tamer told KABC. "They came to my house but my dad wouldn't let me go out because I was studying for a test."
His friends never made it to the beach: The driver, Abdulrahman, lost control of his Infiniti sedan and slammed it into a tree. The car split in half, killing four of the teens instantly when they were thrown from the vehicle. The fifth person was pronounced dead after being transported to a hospital.
The four passengers were all students at Irvine High School and Abdulrahman was a senior at University High School, also in Irvine.
Newport Beach police spokeswoman Kathy Lowe said investigators believe speed was a factor in the fiery crash but are still attempting to determine exactly how fast the car was going when it struck a tree in the center median.
The victims are expected to be autopsied Thursday.
Fraternal twins Kathryn and Kimberly Tucker suffered identical strokes just nine months apart, ABC reported.
As fraternal twins the two do not have identical DNA, and the Tucker family has no history of strokes in the family.
Kathryn was going to bed in her Tempe, Ariz. apartment when her stroke struck with sharp pain in her right side. Her brother took her to the hospital after she lost her vision and went numb.
Doctors initially wrote her symptoms off as a migraine and sent her home. She "slept for three days straight," she said. When she woke up, her vision was so foggy she could not navigate her apartment.
When her symptoms did not subside, they realized that the 26-year-old was one of the growing number of young people that has had a stroke.
Kimberly Tucker suffered a stroke of her own nine months later to the day. The stroke came on exactly like Kathryn's did, but on her left side. That morning, she had run a 5 kilometer race. She recognized the symptoms her sister described and called 911. She then called Kathryn, who told her to take blood thinners that may have saved her life.
Both twins' strokes affected the part of the brain that sends visual input from the brain to the retinas.
Doctors said that there is no genetic cause for the twins' strokes, despite their similarity. It is even less common for the two since there is no family history for strokes.
One third of stroke victims are younger than 65, and those with family histories are especially predisposed. For the victims under 45, the risk has increased from 14 to 20 percent.
Doctors say the twins' shared traits -- both smokers, migraine sufferers and users of birth control pills -- increased their risk and are linked to many young stroke sufferers. Kathryn was later discovered to have a patent foramen ovale, or a small hole in her heart.
Kimberly was later diagnosed with arrhythmia. Doctors said each of the heart conditions may have contributed to the stroke.
"Don't think you are impervious to stroke," Kimberly said. "We are not guaranteed great health, and we need to take care of our bodies."
After therapy, the girls are close to recovering. Both Kathryn and Kimberly are unable to drive because of lingering vision problems, but have otherwise returned to normal.
Five months ago Marion Shurtleff walked into a small new and used bookstore in Los Angeles and bought a used Bible. Now she's on a mission to find its previous owner.
“I thought a while that I’d like to have another Bible to compare with my Bible that I had to see how the verses changed,” Shurtleff, 75, told CBS LA. When she took it home, she noticed a yellowed, folded letter inside but didn't take a closer look until two months later.
“And then I opened it up, and instantly I saw my name,” she explained. “I recognized my handwriting. I hollered. I started shaking. I cried. I had goose bumps.”
An essay that Shurtleff wrote 65 years ago to earn a Girl Scouts merit badge had found its way into her secondhand Bible. The essay read, in part, “Be kind to animals. Do not pick flowers. Don’t walk on the grass.”
Even more incredible is that Shurtleff wrote the essay when she lived over 2,000 miles away in her hometown of Covington, Kentucky.
“How did it get here? I think there’s got to be a tie to the person who kept this. Why would they keep it?” Shurtleff asked. “Maybe it was sent to me for a reason. Maybe that person should be in my life."
Shurtleff contacted the bookshop but didn't get any information on a prior owner. “I want to try and find the person who had the Bible. Who would keep this? Why?"
Fans of Nine Inch Nails will forgive Trent Rezor if he's been less than truthful, since the truth is better than the lie.
“I’ve been less than honest about what I’ve really been up to lately," Reznor wrote on the band's Tumblr. "For the last year I’ve been secretly working non-stop with Atticus Ross and Alan Moulder on a new, full-length Nine Inch Nails record, which I am happy to say is finished and frankly [expletive] great."
The band signed with Columbia Records and could release new music -- the first since 2008's "The Slip" -- as early as June.
Nine Inch Nails went on hiatus in 2009 while Reznor formed the How to Destroy Angels project and wrote the scores for "The Social Network" and "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo."
He announced the group's return in February and a new tour beginning in the fall.
Two Pennsylvania parents are being charged with endangering the welfare of a child after they put their 10-year-old daughter in a dog cage in the flatbed of their pickup truck as they drove home from a family gathering on Monday.
Newsmax reports Pittsburgh police received reports from motorists on Monday claiming they had seen a girl caged in the back of a truck on the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Millvale, near Pittsburgh on Monday.
Police traced the vehicle through its license plate but the truck was not found at the address where it was registered. Now, the girl's mother, Abbey Carlson, 29, and her stepfather, Thomas Fishinger, 30, are facing charges of endangering the welfare of a child, including one felony count.
Fishinger reportedly told police the girl had requested to be put with the dog in the cage, which is why they complied and put her there.
The child's maternal grandmother, who chose not to disclose her name, told KSBW the girl had been left in her custody on Tuesday and that she was very embarrassed about the incident.
Police were called to a liquor store in Rhode Island after the owner of a Shetland pony allowed it to defecate on a rug in the store.
Store owners were prepared to press charges for property damage after the pony's owner refused to properly clean up after it. WJAR-TV reports that police de-escalated the situation by bringing William Saviano back to the store to clean up after his pony.
Saviano, 51, was at a children's pony show down the street before he decided to pick up wine on the way home. Several of the liquor store's 20 security cameras caught Saviano and his pony inside the store.
Other patrons and Saviano were laughing before he left. "They weren’t happy,” Saviano explained, referring to the store owners. “I didn’t think it was a big deal, and neither did anybody else actually.”
Police said Saviano has a criminal history dating back to 1988. He's been charged with domestic assault, disorderly conduct, malicious destruction of property and driving under the influence of alcohol, among other things.
Members of Congress Tuesday jumped into the effort to convince Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder to change the team's name away from one considered a racial epithet.
A letter to Snyder and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell was posted on the website of Eni F.H. Faleomavaega, Representative from American Samoa, and signed by nine other members of Congress.
"In this day and age, it is imperative that you uphold your moral responsibility to disavow the usage of racial slurs," the letter said, comparing "Redskins," or the "R-word" to other terms referring to racial groups such as the "N-word" or the "W-word."
"The usage of the [“R-word”] is especially harmful to Native American youth, tending to lower their sense of dignity and self-esteem," it said. "It also diminishes feelings of community worth among the Native American tribes and dampens the aspirations of their people."
The letter was signed by Tom Cole, R-Okla., and Betty McCollum, D-Minn., the co-chairs of the Congressional Native American Caucus, Raúl M. Grijalva, D-Ariz., Gwen Moore, D-Wisc., Michael M. Honda, D-Calif., Donna M. Christensen, D-U.S. Virgin Islands, Zoe Lofgren, D-Calif., Barbara Lee, D-Calif., Eleanor Holmes Norton, D-D.C., and Faleomavaega.
The 10 members of Congress join Washington, D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray, who told the team they would have to change the name if they ever hoped to move within city limits.
Some have suggested a switch to the Washington Redtails, the nickname adopted by the World War II group of African American pilots, the Tuskegee Airmen, and a hawk native to the Washington area.
Washington, and the team, has a complicated relationship with race, going back to before the Redskins became the last NFL team to integrate in 1962.
For his part, Snyder said he has no plans to change the 'Skins name or mascot.
"We'll never change the name," he told USA Today. "It's that simple. NEVER -- you can use caps."
James Lipton, drama professor and 86-year-old host of Bravo's "Inside the Actors Studio," says he worked as a pimp in Paris, which in the 1950s he insists was a "perfectly respectable" profession.
In an interview with Parade, Lipton said when he ran out of money in Paris and told his prostitute friend he'd have to return home, she arranged for him to represent her bordello. "I had to be okayed by the underworld; otherwise they would’ve found me floating in the Seine," he said. "I did a roaring business, and I was able to live for a year."
Lipton said the business back then was completely regulated and the city had flourishing bordellos. "Young women desperately needed money for various reasons. They were beautiful and young and extraordinary."
Business was good until the sheriff of Paris, a woman, shut the bordellos down. "It was a great year of my life," Lipton recalled.
When asked if he thinks people should buy sex, Lipton surprisingly said "I really don't. I think if you can’t earn it on your own, then you don’t deserve it."
"Inside the Actors Studio" is celebrating its 250th episode Wednesday with a two-hour special on Bravo. The show will include interviews with Conan O’Brien, Barbara Walters, Christopher Walken, Sugar Ray Leonard, Dave Chappelle, Katie Couric, Bradley Cooper, Robert De Niro and others.