If you needed a good cry, this PSA from Argentina will almost certainly do the trick. This ad was inspired by the story of Hachiko and is created for Argentina's Liver Transplant Foundation.
The ad is called "The Man and the Dog" and is written and directed by Rodrigo Garcia Saiz. It is made after a story that involves a dog waiting for his master everyday by the train until he passed away. But it has bit of a different ending. This director is known for creating memorable ads that really touch the heart. When you see this loving dog do everything he has to in order to protect his master. His work appears on televisions throughout South America along with his viral campaigns promoting awareness of bullying and texting while driving.
Garcia's ads have become a sensation and kept people throughout the world reaching for their tissues. Check out this heartwarming video below: more >>
Twitter has launched its live streaming app, Periscope on Android devices earlier this week, allowing users to record broadcasts using their handheld devices.
After its debut two months ago, the Twitter-owned live streaming app, Periscope is now on Android, after the social networking service introduced the video streaming application to smartphones and tablets running Android OS.
Periscope took off 10 days into its initial launch in March 26, reaching a total of 1 million users, particularly among media personalities and celebrities. It also found popularity in pay-per-view piracy and citizen journalism. more >>
A United States Marine who was convicted at a court-martial of putting a Bible verse declaring "no weapon formed against me shall prosper" on her computer because it was "contrary to good order and discipline," is now looking to have that decision appealed under the protection of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
Lance Cpl. Monifa Sterling, who was convicted while stationed at Camp Lejune in North Carolina, was prosecuted for displaying a version of Isaiah 54;17 that reads: "No weapon that is formed against thee shall prosper; and every tongue that shall rise against thee in judgment thou shalt condemn. This is the heritage of the servants of the Lord, and their righteousness is of me, saith the Lord."
In 2014, Sterling was court-martialed for refusing to obey orders to remove the scripture from her desk, according to Fox News. After representing herself in court, she was found guilty of disrespecting a superior officer, failing to go to an appointed place of duty, and four charges of disobeying the lawful order of a non-commissioned officer. She was discharged from the Marines for bad conduct and was demoted from lance corporal to private. more >>
A North Carolina pastor's newborn son died Monday after being delivered by emergency C-section following a car crash on the weekend which also left his 2-year-old son dead.
Pastor Gentry Eddings, wife Hadley and their son Dobbs were traveling home to Charlotte in a caravan on Saturday when the vehicle Hadley and Dobbs were riding in was hit by a truck in Wilmington, according to WCNC.
Hadley, who was 8-months pregnant at the time was rushed to a nearby hospital for an emergency C-Section. Dobbs died in the crash and the newborn only survived two days, according to Forest Hill Church, where Gentry serves as pastor. The couple named the child Reed. more >>
The Batmobile made an appearance on the "Suicide Squad" set in a car chase scene with the Joker and Harley Quinn, giving rise to a major spoiler for the upcoming Warner Bros. film.
A recent car chase scene shot with Jared Leto's the Joker and Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn in the Joker's vehicle showed the Batmobile in hot pursuit, revealing a massive spoiler for DC Entertainment's "Suicide Squad."
According to IGN, it was reported Ben Affleck showed up at the "Suicide Squad" Toronto set in April, and when Batman's car made an appearance during filming this week, fans put two and two together and surmised the caped avenger would have a part, or at the very least, a cameo, in the August 5, 2016 anti-hero film. more >>
TNT's hit science-fiction TV drama series "Falling Skies" has already wrapped up for the final scenes of its upcoming Season 5 which, according to reports will be its last installment.
A report from Enstars shared a series of on-set photos of the show's main characters including Tom (Noah Wyle), Hal (Drew Roy), Ben (Connor Jessup), and Matt (Maxim) along with other cast members like Will Patton (who plays the charater Weaver), Moon Bloodgood (Anne), Sarah Carter (Maggie), and Mpho Koaho (Anthony).
The publication went on to speculate that with the disappearance of the Second Mass, there is a huge possibility that all four members of the Mason Clan will make it through the season. more >>