The fast moving lava was spotted pouring out of Fissure 8 at around 5pm on Friday, as the Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency warned that the fissure remains highly active. 'Hawaiian Volcano Observatory reports that the eruption activity continues at Fissure 8 in the lower East Rift Zone,' the agency said in a flash bulletin on Sunday morning. 'Lava is entering the ocean at Kapoho Bay and producing a large laze plume. Heavy vog is blanketing the interior and southern parts of the island, impacting Hilo and wrapping around to Kona through the weekend.'
At least five illegal immigrants are killed and many injured on Father's Day after they were thrown from SUV that flipped during 100mph chase with border agents
At least five people are dead and several others hurt as an SUV carrying more than a dozen people crashed while fleeing from Border Patrol agents in South Texas. Texas Department of Public Safety officials say four were pronounced dead at the scene midday Sunday. A fifth person died at a hospital. Most of the occupants were believed to be living in the country illegally.
In the hole! Brooks Koepka RETAINS the US Open in stunning final day at Shinnecock Hills and celebrates with a kiss from his beauty queen wife Jena Sims
Brooks Koepka won the US Open for a second consecutive time after finishing one shot clear of an impressive Tommy Fleetwood at Shinnecock Hills. Koepka, who came into the eagerly-anticipated tournament as world No 9, shot two-under par during the final round to finish one-over for the tournament and fend off the likes of Fleetwood, Tony Finau, Dustin Johnson and Patrick Reed. After clinching the championship, he was met by his girlfriend, Jena Sims, who congratulated her man by planting a kiss on his lips. The American began the day tied at the top with Finau, Johnson and Daniel Berger but it ended up being Englishman Tommy Fleetwood who would be his closest challenger.
Wife of former NFL star Kellen Winslow Jr. is standing by him and claims the 'true facts will come out' after he was accused of raping and attempting to rape four women between the ages 54 to 86
Both the father and wife, Janelle (at far right), of accused rapist and former NFL player Kellen Winslow Jr. (left, and at right, on the left) have said that 'the true facts will come out' regarding alleged attacks against five women, ages 54 to 86, by the ex athlete near his home in Encinitas, California. Winslow Jr.'s father is Pro Football Hall of Famer Kellen Winsow Sr. who played for the San Diego Chargers.
'Green is absolute positivity!' Meet the Green Lady of Brooklyn, an artist who dresses entirely in green - and even dyes her hair to match (and says her husband of 51 years is 'very patient')
Elizabeth Sweetheart, 77, (main) is known as the Green Lady of Brooklyn because she wears all green, from her nail polish to her hand-dyed clothes. She even dyes her hair green. She lives with her husband of 51 years, Robert Rosenthal, 73, and their rescue dog Gigi (top right in their room) in Carroll Gardens, where their house even has a green front door. Though the transition to get to one color was slow, Ms Sweeetheart has 'been' green for about 20 years and has been famous for her singular color choice for about 10 years. Before she was green, she had several different styles including vintage print dresses and decorated floral hats. She was born and raised in Nova Scotia, but hitchhiked to New York City in 1964, where she got a job in the garment center. She has been working in the fashion industry for more than 50 years and has worked with the likes of Ralph Lauren and Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York. Ms Sweetheart says she doesn't get tired of green and doesn't expect she'll change colors anytime soon. Mr Rosenthal, Ms Sweetheart and their son Sam Eaton are pictured inset left in an undated photo before Ms Sweetheart 'became' green. Bottom right are towels and shelves in Ms Sweetheart's bathroom and plates and dishes in her kitchen.
Kellyanne Conway says 'nobody likes' separating kids from parents but doubles down on charge it's up to Democrats to fix immigration policy
White House counselor Kellyanne Conway said Sunday 'nobody likes' to separate children from adults who are crossing the border illegally but she doubled down on the administration's line that it is up to Democrats to change it. 'As a mother, as a Catholic, as somebody who's got a conscience,' she said on NBC's 'Meet the Press,' I will tell you that nobody likes this policy.' She also echoed an argument made by President Donald Trump that it's in the hands of Congress to make the change.
'Reunite the families at the border and we can talk about Father's Day': John Legend lashes out at Paul Ryan after the speaker tweeted warm wishes to 'all of the dads out there'
John Legend has lashed out at Republican Speaker Paul Ryan for tweeting a Happy Father's Day message as thousands of migrant children coming through Mexico have been snatched away from their families. The 48-year-old politician posted a video message on Saturday to which Legend replied: 'Seriously, f*** you. Reunite the families at the border and we can talk about father's day'. On Friday the Department of Homeland Security confirmed that 2,000 children have been separated from their parents at the US - Mexico border. In light of Trump's policies that have broken up families, Legend and wife Chrissy Teigen raised money for the ACLU on Trump's birthday Thursday with donations reaching over $1million as they expressed outrage with Trump's 'cruel and anti-family' policies.
Cartoonist says he was fired from his job at a newspaper after 25-years on the job for 'making fun of Trump'
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's cartoonist, Rob Rodgers (pictured) says he was fired after 25-years on the job for his scathing portrayals of President Donald Trump. Rogers says he saw his termination coming, after his last six cartoons were spiked from publication. His cartoons were often harsh critiques of the president's agendas, policies and politics. A recent spiked cartoon depicts a 'caution' street sign, with Trump chasing after illegal immigrants and snatching their child from behind in a commentary on the administration's 'zero tolerance' policy on illegal immigration.
They don't make dads like that anymore! Hilarious Instagram account pays tribute to 'old school' fathers sporting '70s moustaches, mullets and VERY questionable swimming trunks
An Instagram user created an account filled with classic photos of fathers after being inspired by their own photo albums. Users responded by submitting nearly 300 amazing images. The photos see the men in a variety of retro outfits, with various styles of wacky facial hair and, for some, a strange love of watermelon (pictured bottom centre and bottom right). Some fathers enjoy posing (pictured top centre and top left), while some are proud of their children (pictured bottom left and top right).
Cruz in control! Texas senator Ted OWNS Jimmy Kimmel in charity basketball game after challenging host when he mocked him and said he looked like a blobfish
Senator Ted Cruz beat Jimmy Kimmel 11 to 9 in a charity basketball game held at Texas Southern University on Saturday.The Republican politician, 47, and the late night host, 50, brought out their best moves and trashiest talk for the basketball game, where the loser donated $5,000 to a local Houston charity. Cruz challenged Kimmel to the shoot out after the host compared him to a blobfish on his show, dubbing the game the Blobfish Basketball Classic.
Spain's King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia make a VERY stylish entrance in San Antonio as they continue their US tour
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia are on a visit to the States that has already taken them to New Orleans - a city that has close historical ties with Spain. They arrived at the Governor's Palace on Sunday to help the city celebrate its 300th anniversary and also commemorate its Spanish roots. Letizia, 45, stunned in a sleeveless dress featuring a bold red and white pattern, while her husband was dapper in a navy suit.
No slipping in! Meghan almost takes a tumble as royals descend on Lincolnshire for the wedding of Diana's niece who wears the same tiara that the late Princess wore at her wedding
The Duchess of Sussex, 36, narrowly avoided taking a tumble as she teetered in sky-high stilettos on uneven ground as she arrived for the wedding of Princess Diana's niece on Saturday (left). Fortunately Prince Harry, 33, had a firm hold of his wife's hand and helped her steady herself within moments. The newlyweds were on hand to watch Prince Harry's cousin Celia McCorquodale tie the knot with George Woodhouse (right) at St Andrew and St Mary's Church in Stoke Rochford, Lincolnshire. Bride Celia, daughter of Lady Sarah McCorquodale, looked radiant in the Spencer tiara, which was worn by her late aunt when she married Prince Charles in 1981 (inset).
Too big and too Laura Ashley: Style editor DINAH VAN TULLEKEN gives a scathing verdict on Meghan's $5,000 Oscar de la Renta wedding guest frock that swamps her tiny frame
There are many good things about Meghan's Oscar de la Renta wrap dress. Its long, flowing length is just right for the occasion - if the shirtdress style is perhaps just a tiny bit casual - and it makes a demure nod to this season's craze for floral print. But it swamps the Duchess of Sussex's tiny frame, which gets lost beneath all the ruffles. But it swamps the Duchess of Sussex's tiny frame, which gets lost beneath all the ruffles. For proof that accessories can make or break an outfit, guests needed look no further than Lady Kitty Spencer. Her dashing berry-coloured hat by milliner Philip Treacy, with purple trim and a birdcage veil, was an inspired choice. With her hair pulled sleekly back, it drew attention beautifully to her face.
Two young sisters, aged 10 and 12, from Staten Island crashed while on a joyride to Dunkin Donuts on Thursday. They took their father's girlfriend's car when they weren't home. The 10-year-old girl was behind the wheel when they crashed into parked vehicles and the car flipped onto its side. The girls were not seriously harmed in the crash. The SUV may have had keyless entry as recent models of that specific SUV are made that way.
Shocking video captures moment suspect lays bleeding on the ground after shooting up a 24-hour art event in New Jersey, leaving one dead and 22 injured
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT - Video has emerged of one of the men suspected of shooting dozens at an all-night cultural festival in Trenton, New Jersey, bleeding after being shot (left). The shooting began around 2.45am at the 'Art All Night Trenton 2018' festival, a community cultural festival that showcases art, music and food. One of the shooters, a 33-year-old man, is dead after he was shot and killed by police, according to the Mercer County Prosecutor's Office. In the clip, one man is seen bleeding heavily and trying to roll on the ground. One of the suspects is in police custody. Neither have been identified.
Female California ER doctor is suspended after mocking emergency room patient, 20, and asking if he is dead after he collapsed during basketball practice
A Northern California emergency room doctor has been suspended after cursing and mocking a man who said he was having an anxiety attack. Dr Beth Keegstra (left and right), a contract doctor at El Camino Hospital in Los Gatos, was recorded on camera making fun of 20-year-old Samuel Bardwell (inset) who was rushed to the emergency room after he became ill during a basketball practice. Bardwell's father, Donald, recorded Keegstra pulling on his son's arms and ordering him to sit up. Keegstra is heard cursing and asking 'Are you dead, sir?' after Bardwell complains that he can't inhale. The doctor, who is employed by a staffing service, has been removed from the schedule at all the hospitals she works at.
Florida woman turns 105 and credits a life of drinking, smoking and staying out late for her longevity
Helen Granier celebrated her 105th birthday on Friday with her closest friends in Palm Harbor. The woman from Palm Harbor said she does not know her secret to longevity but lived a life of smoking, drinking and partying.
A day after walking bombed out streets of war-torn Mosul, Angelina Jolie toured a refugee camp holding 33,000 refugees as a result of seven-year conflict in Syria.The Hollywood star called the scene of destruction in Iraq as 'the worst' she's ever seen during her 17-year humanitarian work with United Nations. 'This is the worst devastation I have seen in all my years working with UNHCR. People here have lost everything,' Jolie said in a statement. She also highlighted a lack of medical aid for inhabitants of the Domiz camp, a site she has visited three times in the past six years. 'They are destitute. They have no medicine for their children, and many have no running water or basic services,' she said. 'I hope there will be a continued commitment to rebuilding and stabilising the whole of the city. I call on the international community not to forget Mosul.'
Divers exploring wreckage of the Pulaski which sank in 1838 find a gold watch stopped at 11.05pm - exactly 5 minutes after the ship's boilers exploded, sending it to a watery grave
A gold pocket watch (left) found 200 feet off the wreckage of the Steam Boat Pulaski has the exploration team working the site convinced the recorded timeline of the 1838 shipwreck is accurate. The boilers on the ship were believed to have exploded at 11pm Eastern on June 14, 1838, and the hands on the ornate watch were found, stuck on 11.05pm. It was confirmed in May thanks to discoveries made by Blue Water Venture International that the wreckage the company had been exploring of the coast of North Carolina belonged to 'the Titanic of its time.' Other discoveries (inset) have included rare coins, jewelry, a key, the ship's anchor and other items, some of which valued at hundreds of thousands of dollars. An illustration of the moment the boilers blew and split the ship in half, drawn in 1848 by Charles Ellms, is shown here at right.
Startling moment coach driver tells passengers they must be US citizens to board as Border Patrol agent watches on
The incident ocurred at the Concord Coach Lines bus terminal in Bangor, Maine over Memorial Day weekend, according to the ACLU of New Hampshire which released the video. In it, passengers are seen standing in line as a CBP agent asks if they are US citizens, which the person filming says he refuses to answer. Under law, CBP is authorized to operate checkpoints within 100 miles of the border, and to ask travelers about their citizenship and proof of immigration status within that zone.
'Brother and sister in training': Pregnant woman enlists the help of her two dogs to send a special message to her husband announcing they are expecting
A mother-to-be surprised her husband with the exciting news that their family, with two dogs, was gaining an addition of the human variety. Athena Medina used her little furry helpers to break the news of her long awaited pregnancy to her husband Breton (pictured). Athena, who had just learned that she was pregnant the night before, decided to tell her husband in a special way. She tied bibs to her female dog Paisley, and her male dog Maveric.
A terrified woman claims to have captured a UFO hovering above the Russian World Cup venue - and is convinced it could be something extraterrestrial. The woman from Kirov said she spotted the mysterious aircraft flying over northern Russia as reports came of a UFO arrival. The giant stingray shaped object lit up the sky over the Nizhny Novgorod venue where England are set play on June 24.
If no one will play with this pooch, she'll be creative and just play fetch alone. The dog keeps trying to drop a tennis ball in her human's lap in hopes that her dog dad will pick it up and throw it for her. However, the humans are engaged in conversation- so they aren't going to play.
No runway? No problem! Planes get airborne within the space of a few yards on Belgian beach in world's first short take off and landing competition on sand
Thousands of spectators turned out for the event at the beach in Knokke-Heist, Belgium, that attracted pilots from all over the world. The first event, the Zoute AirTrophy, saw pilots take off and land in the space of just a few yards. Both the take off and landing distance are then added up, with the shortest distance declared the winner. The event was organised by ex-military pilot Sam Rutherford who wanted to combine the skill of landing on beaches with short take off and landing competitions.
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