A striking photo of a mushroom cloud in the Texas sky is being credited as a picture of Wednesday's fertilizer plant explosion in West, Texas (near Waco). However, it's fake. Or rather, not of that explosion.
The explosions that shook Boston streets during Monday's 2013 Boston Marathon are still fresh in our minds. People across the United States are reeling from the news that bomb blasts killed at least three people and seriously injured more than 100.
To show support for those people and their families, hundreds, maybe even thousands, are sharing touching photos to social networking sites including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Wallace Robertson was lucky. The Shreveport man who made the trek out to Massachusetts for the 2013 Boston Marathon is reportedly unharmed by the two explosions that went off along the race route on Monday afternoon, killing at least two people and wounding more than 100.
Several locals who ran the 2013 Boston Marathon are reported to be unharmed. Of the 10 Shreveport and Bossier City natives who actually started (12 were registered), we've heard that many, including Wallace Robertson and Jeff Thomas, finished the race prior to the explosions and were not injured. Four of the Shreveport runners, however, currently only have halfway times listed by the Boston Athletic Association.
A 7-second video uploaded to YouTube appears to show footage of one of the blasts that rocked the Boston Marathon on Monday afternoon. The video was filmed from the sidewalk near a street marathon runners and catches a huge explosive sound and smoke plume that shocks the crowd.
In an opinion handed down by Shreveport's Second Circuit Court of Appeal on Wednesday (April 10), convicted rapist Rick Seaton will remain in prison and not see a retrial. The court has upheld his prior conviction and sentence.
What would celebrities like Beyonce, Sofia Vergara and Anne Hathaway look like without teeth? It's a question most of us would never ask, let alone want to see. The person who created these pictures of celebrities without teeth? They asked that hard question and came up with some terrifying images that will haunt our dreams forever.
The Easter Bunny has been making little kids cry since he first started making mall appearances back in 1985 (we think). He's actually second only to Santa Claus when it comes to the sheer volume of terrified children who've left his lap over the years (we guess).
Enjoy these pictures of scared kids having their photos taken with the Easter Bunny (you monster).
Laser beams. Lightning. An epic score. No, it's not a video for a new "Star Wars" movie or an outrageous rock band. This flashy project is for the Lord.
Maryland's Evangel Cathedral has defied expectations of what a church website should look like and has embraced a flamboyant, flashy and loud visual experience that is a far cry from a normal church mass.
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