New Jersey Dad Breaks Ankle During Gender Reveal
Chris Ojeda of New Jersey had his whole family visit from across the country for a special moment. Not only was he planning to do a gender reveal for his second child, but it was also Father's Day and his birthday! But while kicking the football to reveal a pink powder, he tripped and broke his ankle. He was taken to the hospital, and didn't even get to cut his birthday cake. InsideEdition.com's Leigh Scheps (http://twitter.com/LeighTVReporter) has more.
Study: You May Live Longer if You're Married
This one is for the singles. Look like it’s time for you to get a significant other… if you want to live anyway. Buzz60's Natasha Abellard has the story.
83-Year-Old Helps Apply Wife's Makeup
Mona Monahan, 83, is losing her vision so her devoted husband, Des, decided that he would learn how to apply her makeup. She sees nothing out of her left eye and her right eye doesn't work that well, either. The Irish couple regularly visits the Debenhams department store in their neighborhood. One day, Mona decided to have her face made up before a party. Watching carefully, Des thought, "I could do that." InsideEdition.com's Keleigh Nealon (http://twitter.co.m/KeleighNealon) has more.
Government Sues Alleged Robocallers
The Federal Trade Commission is now suing some of the biggest, suspected robocall kingpins believed to be responsible for billions of unwanted calls. NBC’s Tom Costello reports on how scammers are trying to trick you and shares tips on what to do if a potential scammer is calling.
Family Adopts Bearded Dragon After at Walmart
After ordering a bike online, a family was shocked to find this little guy in the box shipped to their California home. Along with the mountain bike they had ordered from Walmart was a bearded dragon, which is native to Australia. The couple has now adopted the animal since experts have not been able to determine where it came from. InsideEdition.com's Leigh Scheps (http://twitter.com/LeighTVReporter) has more.
2-Year-Old Scales Locked Swimming Pool Fence
Summer is here and unexpected accidents can happen in a flash by the pool while everyone enjoys the warm weather. Video shows a 2-year-old boy named Cody scaling a locked safety ladder that his folks installed, which leads right to the family pool. In the video, he got right to the top of the ladder, but his mom came right in to make sure he didn’t go taking a dive alone. Keith Wyman is Cody's dad and couldn’t believe what he saw.
Grandma Strangles Bobcat, Protects Family
A grandmother who was attacked by a rabid bobcat wasn't going down without a fight. While her 5-year-old granddaughter slept, Dede Phillips says the animal attacked her with barely any warning. The shocking scene unfolded as the bobcat lunged at Phillips outside her Georgia home. Phillips remembers thinking "I wasn't dying today" and decided to fight back. InsideEdition.com's Leigh Scheps (http://twitter.com/LeighTVReporter) has more.
Here's Why Millennials Are Bad at Tipping
Millennials are known for eating out. But it seems like we’re not so good at tipping when we do. Buzz60's Natasha Abellard (@NatashaAbellard) has the story.
Adorable Dog Tries Hard to Steal Big Stick
A dog in Manchester was so excited to find a huge stick to play with, but he ran into some issues when trying to bring the stick home. TODAY’s Carson Daly has the Daly Click.
World Cup Celebrations Cause an 'Earthquake'
The cheers were so intense that it literally sent shockwaves across an entire city. The excitement of the match between Mexico and Germany caused such a commotion that seismic monitors in Mexico City detected a false earthquake. Geologists say it may have been generated by "massive jumps" across the city. InsideEdition.com's Leigh Scheps (http://twitter.com/LeighTVReporter) has more.
29-Lb Cat Needs a New Home
A 29-pound cat was found wandering the streets of California. A good Samaritan lugged him in to the Pasadena Humane Society where he seems to be loving the accommodations. The staff has dubbed the 10-year-old Himalayan cat Chubbs. He doesn't seem to mind the name. The staff says his fur was deeply matted and it was causing him pain. He's resting comfortably in someone's office because he' too big for a kennel. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano (https://twitter.com/MaraMontalbano) has more.
Tesla Electric Car Bursts Into Flames
Automaker Tesla is currently investigating how one of its electric cars, driven by British director Michael Morris, suddenly burst into flames. Morris’ wife, “West Wing” actress Mary McCormack, tweeted a video of the incident. Nobody was injured. TODAY’s Savannah Gutherie reports.
It Turns Out Hangry Is a Real Emotion
We all know being hungry messes with your mood and emotions, people tend to be more irritated and annoyed aka hangry. buzz60's Maria Mercedes Galuppo has more.
Golden Retrievers Help 15-Month-Old Escape
It’s the great escape! Two golden retrievers bust into a toddler’s room and wake her up. Fifteen-month-old Chloe jumps down and pushes over the big stuffed animal that’s in her way. And then, she’s off! Nina and Chris Cardinal checked their Nest Cam video, finding their dogs and the baby were in cahoots. The adorable partners in crime live in Phoenix, Ariz. Chloe’s mom told Inside Edition that her daughter is “an escape artist.”
KFC May Be Rolling Out 'Meatless' Chicken
As part of a strategy to make its menu healthier, KFC will begin selling meat-free “chicken” in 2019.
Monkey Steal Apple From Hotel Room
A group of friends sharing a hotel room in Mexico noticed they had uninvited company entering from their balcony: a mischievous (and hungry) monkey. TODAY’s Carson Daly presents your Daly Click.
Broccoli Lattes Could Soon Be a Real Thing
Do you like to eat broccoli? How would adding it to a latte sound to you? Keri Lumm reports.
Danny DeVito Poses With Cutout of Fan
When Pennsylvania teen Allison Closs couldn't get a date to the prom, she rolled up to the event with a cardboard cutout of actor Danny DeVito. The actor has responded, posing for photos with a life-sized cutout of the teen. It's a match made in social media heaven. InsideEdition.com's Tara Lynn Wagner (https://twitter.com/taralynnwagner) has more.
Passenger's Suitcase Arrives in Shreds
American Airlines has apologized to a Texas woman whose suitcase was shredded during a weekend trip to Florida. About half her things were gone. The airline says the bag may have been snagged on a piece of machinery.
Does Acupuncture Belong in a Vet's Office?
Animal acupuncture is a growing trend around the world, so we went inside a vet's office in Shanghai to see what it's like. Watch and decide for yourself.
Why The Queen Always Wears Gloves
Have you ever wondered why the Queen always wears gloves at official functions? Keri Lumm shares the answer.
Snickers Gets 'Intense' with New Flavors
Snickers knew you had a “hanger-ing” for new flavors, and they didn’t disappoint.
Armed Suspect Taken Down With a Can of Beans
Florida deputies took down a suspect accused of armed robbery with the help of a can of beans, specifically Bush's Extra Brown Sugar Baked Beans. Deputies responded to a Rainbow Store on a report of an armed and dangerous man threatening employees inside, according to the Bay County Sheriff's Office. Deputies arrived, along with Sheriff Tommy Ford, and learned a suspect armed with a hammer had threatened to kill people in the store. And they used a bizarre weapon as they took the suspect into custody.
Netflix Losing Popularity With Conservatives
Despite Netflix's seemingly constant growth, it is actually losing ground with conservatives. Tony Spitz has the details.
Shawn Mendes' Mom Insists She Do His Laundry
Shawn Mendes let slip on James Corden's Carpool Karaoke that while he may be a global superstar, some things never change... including his Mom cleaning up after him.
The Most Expensive Cities in the World
Life gets expensive...especially if you live in certain cities! Swiss investment bank UBS crunched the numbers to find out which city is the most costly.
Robot and Human Pianists Face Off
It was man vs. machine in a cutthroat piano recital. Italian - and human - pianist Roberto Prosseda faced off against Teotronico, a robot musician. The test of musical talent went down at a concert hall in Beijing, China. They each played works by Chopin, Liszt and Beethoven, and were judged by audience applause. Prosseda was at something of a disadvantage. He has 10 fingers to Teotronico's 53.
Do Video Games Make You Smarter?
Can we finally put to rest the myth that video games are bad for kids? Tony Spitz has the details.
Serial Killer May Be on the Loose in Arizona
An intense manhunt is underway for a possible serial killer in Arizona. Investigators have connected the shooting deaths of three people and are working on linking a fourth. NBC national correspondent Miguel Almaguer reports for TODAY from Scottsdale.
Mom Adopts Rare 2-Headed Snake
It's a two-headed snake! The reptile is now about 10 months old and a foot long. They have two brains but share a respiratory system, body and digestive track. Their caretaker, Tanee Janusz, 39, has been a wildlife educator for more than 20 years. She refers to the snakes as "The Twins," claiming both can be pretty feisty. Had they not been rescued, they probably would not have survived in the wild, Janusz says. InsideEdition.com's Keleigh Nealon (http://twitter.com/KeleighNealon) has more.
Do you like to eat broccoli? How would adding it to a latte sound to you? Keri Lumm reports.
The Trump Team's Lies About Immigrants and Family Separation: A Closer Look
Trump Reverses Separating Immigrant Kids from Families, Company Merger Names - Monologue
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