Shocking and graphic video from around the Internet Friday showed protesters in Egypt clashing with police and demanding the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.
Watch live coverage from Al Jazeera here.
In this amateur video, uploaded Jan. 28, 2011, protesters push back police on a bridge in Cairo.
This Associated Press video, uploaded Jan. 28, 2011, shows smoke billowing through the streets of Cairo.
In this Russia Today video, uploaded Jan. 28, 2011, protesters are beaten with batons.
This Russia Today video, uploaded Jan. 28, 2011, claims to show police killing a protester.
This Al Jazeera video, uploaded Jan. 28, 2011, shows protesters running as police fire teargas at them.
This video from CBS News, uploaded Jan. 28, 2011, shows protesters bloodied after violent clashes with police.This amateur video, uploaded by CNN on Jan. 28, 2011, shows protesters gathered outside a police station in Suez.
In this CNN video, uploaded Jan. 28, 2011, a reporter describes how Egyptian police threatened him and then confiscated CNN’s camera.
This Al Jazeera video, uploaded Jan. 28, 2011, shows protesters taking over the center of Suez.
In this video, uploaded Jan. 28, 2011, CNN’s Nick Robertson says he can feel the teargas in the air.
This video from MSNBC, uploaded Jan. 28, 2011, shows the Egyptian military moving onto the streets of Cairo.
Cops handcuff 4 black children at gunpoint after pulling over wrong vehicle
Aurora, Colorado police are being criticized nationwide after officers stopped an SUV and forced the occupants, including four Black children, out of the vehicle, handcuffed at least two of them with their hands behind their backs, and forced them to lie face down on the hot parking lot pavement.
In the video below the children and the adult driving the car can be heard crying and screaming. The youngest girl, just six years old, is wearing a tiara. Some of the officers are not wearing masks.
ABC affiliate The Denver Channel reports the cops made an error, wrongly "matching" the license plate number of the SUV to an out-of-state license plate of a motorcycle.
Bank VP gets booted from family business after responding to Obama’s eulogy with racist Facebook screed
According to the Valdosta Daily Times, an executive at a small family bank has been removed from his job after a racist, anti-Semitic Facebook post in response to President Barack Obama's eulogy of civil rights leader John Lewis.
"David Hollis has been asked by Citizens Community Bank to resign both his position and his role on the bank's board of directors, according to a CCB statement to the Valdosta Daily Times," reported Chris Herbert. "'The employee was asked to submit his resignation and is no longer employed by the bank, nor will he be serving on the board of directors,' the statement read."
The loneliness of social isolation can affect your brain and raise dementia risk in older adults
Physical pain is unpleasant, yet it’s vital for survival because it’s a warning that your body is in danger. It tells you to take your hand off a hot burner or to see a doctor about discomfort in your chest. Pain reminds us all that we need to take care of ourselves.
Feeling lonely is the social equivalent to feeling physical pain. It even triggers the same pathways in the brain that are involved in processing emotional responses to physical pain.
Just like feeling physical pain, feeling lonely and disconnected from others is also a signal that we need to take care of ourselves by seeking the safety and comfort of companionship. But what happens when we are unable to find companionship and the loneliness persists?