Beware! Chimp Tushi at the Dutch Burgers' Zoo is a real drone-buster.
The zoo in the Netherlands sent a drone over the chimpanzee enclosure for a better look at how their 14 apes live. With the unfamiliar intruder coming close to them, 23-year-old female Tushi waited in a tree, gritted her teeth and with two whacks from a long branch, downed the drone.
Zoo spokesman Bas Lukkenaar said on Tuesday that "we can write the drone off. It cost about 2,000 euros ($2,100). Then again, it doesn't surprise that Tushi did this. She is very handy with sticks."
Eitan Urman and his wife Ronit, the parents of Sgt. Dan Urman, are introduced as long-time Phoenix Coyotes season ticket holders.
Just moments after they head out on to the ice for what they thought was the opportunity to drop a puck, they find out the real reason they're there is for something much more meaningful.
Before leaving on a road trip from New York home to Iowa, Hillary Clinton released a video announcing her second run for the presidency of the U.S.
More video has been released of North Charleston Patrolman Michael Slager's interaction with Walter Scott, who died after being shot by Slager.
This video was recorded by the dashboard camera in Slager's police vehicle.
Wednesday was a flurry of developments, including Slager being charged with murder, all of which are outlined in detail here.
Questions about civilian rights are arising after a cellphone video captured a heated exchange between three men and police.
A white police officer in the southern state of South Carolina has been charged
with murder in the shooting death of a black motorist after a traffic
North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey told a hastily called news conference that city Patrolman Michael Thomas Slager was arrested and charged Tuesday after law enforcement officials saw a video of the shooting following a Saturday traffic stop.
Authorities say the victim, 50-year-old Walter Lamer Scott of Charleston, was shot after the officer already hit him with a stun gun.
Trevor Noah has been announced to replace Jon Stewart as the host of The Daily Show.
Just as demolition crews prepare to knock down the Farman Block on Broadway Avenue, another historic structure in Saskatoon has started coming down.