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Staff Sgt. Jim Greenhill, Army National Guard. Army Gen. A leading lawmaker has called out the Air Force for never trying a single general officer by court-martial in its entire history, suggesting it shows higher-ranking personnel face different standards of punishment.
By Ave Mince-Didier. Standing on the sidewalk with your three-year-old, she pulls away from you and starts running toward a busy street. To her, it is a game, but to you, it is a life-threatening situation. Have you just committed a crime?
By Ross Ibbetson For Mailonline. Russian women are competing in a new backside slapping tournament, following the sensational rise of the male face slapping competitions. In March, the 'Male Slapping Championships' in Siberia went viral across the world as the concussion-inducing face slaps drew interest from athletes and podcast host Joe Rogan. The new female variant - 'The Booty Slapping Championships' - saw women whacking each other's bottoms on stage at the Yashankin Cup in Siberia. They attempt to hit each other's rear ends so hard that they cause their opponent to step forward, much less brutal than the men's face slapping which requires a competitor to submit.