George Floyd was pronounced dead after Minneapolis police officers restrained him while he repeated, “I can’t breathe!” All four officers involved have been fired and have had charges filed against them.
George Floyd’s brother, Philonise Floyd, speaks out ahead of the murder trial for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who was seen on video kneeling on Floyd’s neck. Chauvin’s defense is expected to argue that Floyd’s death was the result of his struggle with police, the drugs in his system and health issues.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill on Wednesday banning controversial police tactics and easing the way for lawsuits against officers violating suspects' constitutional rights, although the measure's Senate prospects were uncertain. Bryan Wood reports.
Karan Johar took to Instagram and shared a glimpse of his twins, Roohi and Yash. The filmmaker shared a video of the two children role-playing as a mother and her son. In the video clip, Yash lay in Roohi's lap while she put him to sleep. Karan's industry friends took to the comments section to shower the family with love. Many Karan Johar fans also gushed about the twins' bond on the comment box. Karan has been busy announcing new faces that his Dharma Cornerstone Agency will represent. The filmmaker also announced five Netflix projects including Finding Anamika, Ajeeb Daastaans, etc.
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Moroccan actress and dancer Nora Fatehi created history as her dance number 'Dilbar,' smashing all records, touched 1 billion-mark on YouTube. Nora is the first African Arab female artist to achieve this feat. A surprise flash mob was planned for Nora at the T-series office by her team. Calling it a "turning point" in her career, Nora said that Dilbar has changed many lives for the better. Super hit dance number featured in film 'Satyamev Jayate'. Apart from 'Dilbar,' Nora has given hit numbers to the bollywood industry including 'Garmi,' 'O Saki Saki,' 'Ek Toh Kam Zindagani.' Actress and dancer will be next in her upcoming film 'Bhuj: The Pride of India.'
Online video-sharing platform YouTube is launching a new feature that would let parents control what their children can watch. As per The Verge, YouTube's upcoming feature called 'supervised experiences', will come with a new set of restrictions that allows parents to better control what content their children can access on the video platform. According to a blog post, YouTube hopes that the filter will help parents slowly introduce their older children to age-appropriate content and features outside of the YouTube Kids app. The mode will launch first with an early beta, with a wider beta rolling out "in the coming months."Parents have three levels of strictness to choose from, which determines the content a child is allowed to view on their account. There is the 'Explore' level, which YouTube said is "generally suitable" for kids nine and up. 'Explore More', which is meant for kids 13 and up, and 'Most of YouTube', which is pretty much everything except age-restricted content. In the US, and most other countries, people over the age of 13 can make their own unsupervised YouTube accounts. It is not clear exactly what content will be allowed at which levels, but YouTube said the 'Explore' level will have "vlogs, tutorials, gaming videos, music clips, news, educational content and more."
This little parrot is a resident at a nature park in Papua New Guinea. He lives in a large enclosure filled with tropical plants. Tourists can walk through the enclosure and look at the plants and at..