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US Airways apologizes for graphic image tweeted as part of response to angry customer

Airline sorry for pornographic tweet

US Airways did a very, very bad thing on Twitter yesterday.

The airline's social media team was trying to help an unhappy passenger, but their reply included a picture -- a picture that is not safe for work, home, or anywhere else.

HUVr hoax

'HUVr' is a hoax ... but for what???

Let's go back to the future and remember the first time we saw a hoverboard. It was 2015, and Marty McFly was in downtown Hill Valley looking for a way to escape from Griff's gang. In a panic, he "borrowed" a little girl's scooter which, with handle bars removed, became a "hoverboard" -- a flying stakeboard.

OK ... we weren't actually in Hill Valley, it wasn't really 2015 and Griff's gang was about as scary as backup dancers in an Adam Ant video.

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Is this fudge offensive???

A candy shop owner in Waynesville, Missouri, is giving free fudge to anyone who weighs more than 300 pounds.

It's a promotion for Fat Tuesday, part of the Mardi Gras tradition. The final Tuesday before Ash Wednesday is typically celebrated as a day to overindulge before the season of denial known as Lent begins.

Steve Keeley, reporter for Fox 29 in Philadelphia gets slammed by snow from plow racing past during live broadcast

Reporter blasted by snow plow on live TV

Steve Keeley, reporter for Fox 29 Philadelphia is OK after this scary situation Monday morning!

It happened in Woodtown, New Jersey. Keeley said he was standing 20 feet from the road when a plow went by, and that this just shows the power of a snow plow traveling at speed.

KBAK meteorologist Aaron Perlman gets visited by a spider on Live TV

Weatherman gets the spider-shivers on live TV

A weatherman in California didn’t predict the spider that was about to land on his head.

Here’s how meteorologist Aaron Perlman from HLN affiliate, KBAK in Bakersfield handled the creepy-crawly situation.

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Rabid raccoon attacks woman in bed

73-year-old Virginia Ballou woke up thinking her cat "Pretty Boy" was biting her face.

But it was a rabid raccoon which apparently snuck in through a pet door.

Matt Van Vliet's marriage proposal to Samantha Labo was caught on police dashcam during a fake traffic stop.

Traffic stop turns into 'question pop'

When it came time to ask his girlfriend of four years to marry him, Matt Van Vliet called the cops!

It was all part of an elaborate proposal plan that was caught on police dash cam in New Hampshire.

Boy run over by car, pops back up

Watch boy dodge death: Hit by car, pops right up

Video shows a 5-year-old being run over by a car -- you'll want to cover your eyes -- but don't. Because you won't believe what happens next.

He gets right back up on his feet!

Montana pastor gives 1 minute sermon so he won't miss 49ers game

Praise the Lord and pass the football -- quickly!

Trending on the Bleacher Report: At a Lutheran mass in Montana last Sunday Pastor Tim Christensen, a faithful 49ers fan, kept his sermon to under a minute so he could see his team take on the Carolina Panthers. That game was taking place at the exact same time this 11 am service was set to begin.

For the record, the Niners beat the Panthers 23 to 10.

This NASA image obtained January 10, 2014 shows a cloud of material ejected from a star that exploded. NASA's Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array, or NuSTAR, has imaged the structure in high-energy X-rays for the first time, shown in blue. Lower-energy X-ray light previously detected by NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory is shown in green and red. Nicknamed the "Hand of God, " this object is called a pulsar wind nebula.

See it? NASA took this picture of the 'Hand of God'

Astronomers are calling this stunning image "The Hand of God." Do you see it?  

This deep-space structure is about 17,000 light years away. Its unique appearance is the result of particle winds being blown around by the rapidly spinning "corpse" of a star that exploded.