Watch Fans Reaction After Little Girl Throws Derek Jeter Foul Ball Back onto Field

Screen grab -- Horror

After catching a Derek Jeter foul ball during Friday night's game against the Toronto Blue Jays, a dad made a great catch and posed with the ball while holding one of his daughters. After handing the ball to his other daughter, the little girl threw the ball back onto the field.

Watch the reaction-


Kentucky Firefighter Dies After Ice Bucket Challenge Accident


LOUISVILLE KY. - A Kentucky firefighter who was severely injured a month ago while helping college students take part in an "ice-bucket" fundraiser died on Saturday from his injuries, authorities said.

Captain Tony Grider, 41, of Campbellsville was hurt along with three other firefighters when an aerial ladder got too close to a power line as their department doused a university band with water.

Kyle Smith, the chief of Campbellsville Fire and Rescue, said Grider died at noon at University of Louisville hospital.

"His family would like to sincerely thank all of those who have been there for them following this tragic accident," Smith said in a statement.

Grider and his three colleagues were injured on Aug. 21 when they were attempting to help students at Campbellsville University participate in the ice bucket challenge to raise funds to fight amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease.

Grider and another firefighter, 22-year-old Simon Quinn, sustained electrocution injuries in the initial incident. Two other firefighters suffered lesser injuries coming to their aid, officials said


U.S., Canadian Fighter Jets Intercept 8 Russian Planes

American jets intercept 6 Russian planes, Canadians intercept 2 Russian Bear long-range bombers

NBC News
American and Canadian fighter jets intercepted eight Russian planes flying in international airspace west of Alaska this week, NBC News reported.

While the encounter was without confrontation, the number and type of Russian planes intercepted was unique, a senior defense official told NBC News on Friday.

Two American fighter jets intercepted six Russian planes, including two fighter jets, over the Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ) on Wednesday, while Canadian fighter jets intercepted two Russian Bear long-range bombers on Thursday over the ADIZ, the official said.

 The official said that the U.S. hasn't seen these types of planes in ADIZ space since Cold War days.


Flashback: Foreign policy genius to Mitt Romney-

You said Russia was the biggest geo-political threat to American. The Cold War is over Mitt and the 1980s called and asked for their foreign policy back


Poll: 42% of Democrats Say We Will Need Boots on the Ground To Defeat ISIS

Here is an interesting number found way down in the Fox Poll.

Can you defeat ISIS through airstrike alone? No you cannot according to those surveyed.

Registered Voters
*Q29. Do you think defeating the Islamic extremist group ISIS can be done through airstrikes alone or will it require a significant number of U.S. ground troops to defeat it

Down at the bottom are the poll internals.

The question is broken down by party
42% of Dems say a 'significant' number of U.S. ground troops required to defeat ISIS, nearly as much as Independents (49%)


Video Shows Man Breaching Security Perimeter, Running to White House

Here is the video

Part of the White House was evacuated after someone jumped the fence at the executive mansion.

A Secret Service agent at the scene says that much of the West Wing of the White House was evacuated during the incident Friday evening.

Witnesses who were there Friday evening to cover the president's signing of a bill say they saw a man jump the fence to the White House and run close to the North Portico.

The person ran across the White House grounds shortly after President Barack Obama and his daughters left aboard a helicopter for the presidential retreat in Maryland, Camp David.

Members of the media were escorted out of the press briefing room and taken away from the premises.

As of 8 p.m. the evacuation was lifted as the individual was apprehended, according to a tweet from CBS affiliate WNEW.



TMZ Reporter Presses NFL Commissioner Goodell: 'We The Got Ray Rice Video With One Phone Call, You Guys Have a Whole Legal Department'

Great question from a TMZ reporter at today's NFL press conference. He asks Goodell why he didn't go to the casino himself. Basically saying, if Commissioner Goodell wanted to see the Ray Rice video, he could have and everybody knows it.

At a press conference in which he apologized for his handling of the Ray Rice domestic abuse scandal, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell was pressed by a TMZ reporter on why the league was not more curious to see the Ray Rice assault video.

"Why didn't you have the curiosity to go to the casino yourself?" Goodell was asked.

Goodell said Rice was suspended based on the first video of him dragging his then-fiance out of an elevator. He reiterated that the league wants to review how it can improve its investigations of such incidents.

Goodell argued that the league has always worked with law enforcement and has been cautious not to interfere with criminal investigations.

"I would have loved to have seen that tape," he said (Fox News)


U.S. Airstrike Video- Shock and Awe Over the Islamic State

Watch ISIS facilities, guns and trucks get reduced to rubble by U.S. bombs.



Republican Congressman: It's the 'Islamic' State, Not 'Methodist State or the Episcopalian State or the Baptist State'

"When Christians are told to convert to Islam or die, that would seem to fly in the face of the president's insistence that the Islamic State is not the Islamic"

Ditto that congressman Chabot of Ohio

Rep. Steve Chabot  said he's among the Americans who were "shocked" to hear President Barack Obama tell the nation that the Islamic State is not Islamic.

"You know, they don't call themselves the Methodist State or the Episcopalian State or the Baptist State. They're the Islamic State, and I think for good reason," Chabot told Secretary of State John Kerry at a hearing of the House Foreign Affairs Committee.


Bob Beckel on the Midterms: There's Going to Be An October Surprise That Has to Do With National Security

Beckel: 'It's going to shake things up'


The polls may suggest Republicans will see gains in this November’s elections, but former Democratic strategist Bob Beckel thinks they shouldn’t get too comfortable. The Five co-host mysteriously signaled Democrats have something up their sleeve.

“I’ll tell you: I would expect an October surprise,” Beckel said on Thursday. “I think I know what is — I’m not going to say it, but I think I know what it is — and it is going to shake things up, and it has to do with national security.”

Beckel’s secrecy comes as President Obama faces perhaps the most significant foreign-policy challenge of his presidency, the growing threat of the Islamic State


Bill Clinton: 'We Can't Win a Land War in Iraq, We Proved That'

Actually we did win a land war in Iraq Bill, and President Obama threw it away.

Here's Clinton, who we're told is the most brilliant politician in the world, saying we can't win, 'we proved that'

On Thursday night's "The Daily Show," Clinton said the United States has proven it can't win an Iraq war with boots on the ground, but that moderate Sunni tribal leaders working with an inclusive Iraqi government can.

"We can't win a land war in Iraq, we proved that"...But they can and we can help them," Clinton said. <

Bolton: 'If ISIS Went After the Aussies, They're Coming After Us Very Soon' (Video)

BOLTON: It's no wonder the president thinks it's going to take three years. In the meantime, ISIS isn't waiting around. The Australian government, in their largest anti-terrorism in Australian history, 800 police officers arrested a substantial number of suspected ISIS terrorists who were about to begin beheadings in Australia. If the ISIS people are coming after the Aussies, they're coming after us very soon, too.


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