Views:671305|Rating:4.74|View Time:4:26Minutes|Likes:8157|Dislikes:444 Cade Foehner sings “Black Magic Woman” by Santana for his Top 14 performance in front of a live audience and Judges Luke Bryan, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie on American Idol 2018.
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AMERICAN IDOL, the iconic series that revolutionized the television landscape by pioneering the music competition genre, will return to airwaves on SUNDAY, MARCH 11 at 8|7c, at its new home on ABC.
The nationwide search for the next superstar kicked off in August 2017, as the Idol Bus traveled from Portland, Oregon, to Orlando, Florida, in its pursuit for talent, covering 23 cities across the country. Auditioning was made easier than ever as hopefuls also had the opportunity to submit audition videos online, as well as via select social media platforms using an official tag, #TheNextIdol, cultivating over 300,000 posts. Also, for the first time in “American Idol” history, hopefuls had the opportunity to audition through a livestream platform.
Helping to determine who America will ultimately vote for to become the next singing sensation, are music industry forces and superstar judges, Luke Bryan, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie. Emmy® Award-winning host and producer Ryan Seacrest will return as host of the beloved series.
Views:23699|Rating:3.75|View Time:1:40Minutes|Likes:42|Dislikes:14 CNN’s Shasta Darlington talks to a Mormon woman from Oregon who was chosen to dance in Brazil’s Carnival celebration. For more CNN videos, visit our site at
WARNING: Graphic Images. A security video from inside a gun range shows a Florida woman shoot her son in the back of the head before turning the gun on herself. Family members say she was mentally ill. (April 7)
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Views:3716|Rating:1.91|View Time:2:4Minutes|Likes:13|Dislikes:21 My friend was across the street from the Walmart at the Marathon gas station in Garner, NC which is a suburb of Raleigh, NC. He didnt want to share this publicly but I felt like I had to after seeing the video and hearing his account. He showed me how a giant white State Trooper tased a small middle aged black woman for a really long time. He told me he had time to walk over from the gas pump, enter his password on his phone, get to the camera, and there is still 25 seconds of solid tasing and her not resisting. here is his account of what happened
“On April 17th , 2015 I witnessed an excessive tasing of a 5’4″ 120 lb black woman by a 6’3″ 220+ lb white cop. The cop tased her for a solid 30 seconds. She was no resisting at all. It is my understanding they are to use 5 second burst. This man held the trigger down until he realized I was recording him. You can hear the taser and her screams of agony the entire time.
I was sitting in my car waiting on a bank transfer to take place so I could get gas. A North Carolina State Trooper pulled in and parked in the spot where the womans truck ends up in the video. I fueled up and as I finished. After 5 minutes or so, the trooper backed out of the spot and a blue truck pulled in, passing by the trooper. The trooper yelled something at her and she pulled in to the spot where the trooper just was. He did a 270 degree turn and pulled behind her. She got out of her car (Im not sure why any of this happened) and he jumped out with his taser pointed at her. She turned away from him in terror and took a few quick steps and he hit her with the taser. I fumbled to get the passcode in my phone and get to the video recorder. He was tasing her the entire time non stop. Then the video starts. There are 25 to 30 seconds of him tasing her solid with no breaks. She is screaming in terror wondeing when it is going to end. The cop sees me recording and he barked an order at me about getting behind his car (where I could not see him) if I was going to record and to not come near him or past his car. I told him I was filming for his sake to alleviate his concerns so he would let me record.
I drove off when another cop came because I was worried they were going to take my video since I am on probation. I thought my phone would be seized and they would find a reason to arrest me like obstructing and delaying or some other constructed charge.
As you will see in the video, he casually just holds down the trigger while the woman is screaming and makes no attempt to handcuff her. When the other cop arrives they manhandle her some more when she is clearly not resisting. The scream were horrible and lasted forever. As a white male, I find this discusting and I felt like he got joy out of discharging his taser and getting to use it on someone. I feel that whatever this woman did was met with EXTREME force and his large frame could have easily handled this small woman without force.”
Please Share this video, this police brutality is getting out of control. On a daily basis there is a new account of something like this happening. Remember this could be your mother when you watch this.
Views:8734|Rating:4.78|View Time:2:7Minutes|Likes:86|Dislikes:4 A 19-year-old woman from the Phoenix area has been missing for over a week. Fliers asking for help finding Kiera Bergman have been posted around the apartment complex where she was last seen. Kim Powell of CBS affiliate KPHO-TV reports from Glendale, Arizona.
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Views:1797506|Rating:4.64|View Time:15:25Minutes|Likes:71556|Dislikes:5519 If you’re a man, at one point or another you’ve probably thought to yourself, “I will never understand women!” And if you’re a woman, “what’s wrong with men?!” But your gender is all you’ve ever known, so how could you understand? As a transgender woman, Paula Stone Williams has lived on both sides, “and the differences are massive!” In this funny and insightful talk, Paula shares her wisdom for all. Reverend Dr. Paula Stone Williams is the president of RLT Pathways, Inc., a non-profit providing counseling and coaching services. She works with the Center for Progressive Renewal, serves on the board of the Gay Christian Network, and is an active member at Highlands Church in Denver. She has been featured in the New York Times, The Denver Post, and Colorado Public Radio, and is a blogger for The Huffington Post. She is an avid runner and mountain biker with three children and five granddaughters. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at
Views:14217|Rating:4.58|View Time:5:12Minutes|Likes:77|Dislikes:7 Megyn Kelly speaks with Nancy Foytik, who was diagnosed with stage four colon cancer. After visiting Wisconsin’s National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help, the only place in the U.S. recognized by the Catholic church as a site where the virgin Mary appeared, Nancy’s tumors on her left lung disappeared. “We just knew when I walked out of the chapel that day that I was going to be cured,” she said.
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Views:2231|Rating:4.81|View Time:1:44:50Minutes|Likes:26|Dislikes:1 In celebration of the March 2017 grand opening of the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor’s Center, we join the National Park Service in presenting a panel discussion examining the life and legacy of Harriet Tubman and the ongoing preservation of her Maryland birthplace. As a conductor on the Underground Railroad, abolitionist, suffragist, Civil War nurse, spy, commander, and freedom agent, Tubman’s contribution to the causes of universal freedom and equality rank her among the nation’s most significant agents of change.