cop snatches woman by hair

A Philadelphia cop was caught on video trying to snatch a Black woman's wig off. But he quickly discovered her hair was real when it didn't come off as he threw her to the ground.

In the viral video, a woman who was apparently arrested during a traffic stop, tells a cop she will spit on him if he doesn't stop touching her.

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Georgie firefighters hailed as heroes

A Georgia firefighter is being hailed as a hero after he caught a child who was thrown "like a football" from a burning building in Decatur, Georgia, a city northeast of Atlanta.

The fire occurred on January 3 at the Avondale Forest Apartments in DeKalb County. The DeKalb County Fire Rescue Department uploaded the video of the rescue to Facebook.com on Sunday (watch video below).

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Project Veritas

Did you know that every "private" message you send on any social media platform can be read internally by workers? Even though we have zero expectations of privacy online, some social media users sincerely believe their private messages are private.

According to a hidden camera report by Projectveritas.com, Twitter pays at least 400 workers to scour your DMs for content and other data (such as your IP, location, email addresses, etc) that they can use to tailor ad serving to you.

"The whole culture at Twitter is about abusing and laughing at users," says Project Veritas' founder James O'Keefe.

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Joy Villa

Joy Villa, the singer who accused President Trump's former campaign manager of sexual assault, was herself busted on camera sexually harassing a man.

Smartphone video, uploaded to Facebook.com, shows Villa laughing and joking with several women off-camera -- while she explicitly sexually harasses a man.

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CNN PRODUCER CAUGHT ON HIDDEN CAMERA ADMITTING CNN REPORTS FAKE NEWS FOR RATINGS

John Bonifield

CNN's credibility was rocked after an undercover investigator for Project Veritas infiltrated the newsroom and apparently planted fake Russia stories that were reported by CNN as fact.

CNN retracted a Russia collusion story from its website last week and apologized to an associate of President Trump who was falsely implicated in the article.

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