You’ve seen it in person and now it’s a big hit on the Internet – young people pulling off dangerous subway stunts and putting innocent riders at risk.
Students at a New Jersey school are still on edge after a disturbing video posted to YouTube showed a pair of 12-year-old girls reading off a hit list and graphically describing how they’d carry out their kills.
A bizarre supermarket stunt has become all the rage on YouTube, but it’s also getting teens in trouble with the law.
“A little over a year ago in Geneva, I told the nations of the world that gay rights are human rights and human rights are gay rights and that the United States would be a leader in defending those rights,” she says in the video.
Michael Pollack, of Roslyn, joined Billy Joel on stage in January when the piano man appeared at a question and answer session at Vanderbilt University in Nashville.
Revis expressed his frustration with the team — again in a taped interview — amid widespread speculation that New York is looking to trade the unhappy All-Pro.
Some students were shocked Wednesday evening by a YouTube video showing male students at Hunter College pretending to stab and kill fetuses.
Watch as Andrews struggles to decide which cheek to offer up — the full-on lip smack obviously not an option.
A meteor streaked across the sky and exploded over Russia’s Ural Mountains with the power of an atomic bomb Friday, its sonic blasts shattering countless windows and injuring nearly 1,000 people.
The video shows the teen was forced to strip before he was whipped with a belt allegedly because his father owed someone $20.
Three Bridgeport Police Officers Off The Streets After Video Shows Alleged 2011 Beat Down, Investigation Underway
The move was prompted by a video that surfaced on youtube that appears to show the officers kicking and stomping with a man who had been subdued by a stun gun.
Many of us had crushes on one TV star or another growing up, but a Long Island girl has taken her affection for “Hawaii Five-0” star Scott Caan to a new level.
“Honestly, in hindsight, it was foolish and I should not have done it, but I was responding to someone who called someone a racist,” Joseph Aziz said.
Football fans are going bananas — er, make that “orange peanut” over a video produced by the funny folks at BLR.
Police in New Jersey have posted surveillance video on YouTube in hopes of finding a man and a woman who they say may be possible suspects in two home burglaries last month in Wayne.