Videos of the Day: Serena Williams Cartoon Reprinted with New Headline

September 12, 2018 Updated: September 12, 2018

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The Herald Sun, an Australian newspaper, republished a cartoon that has been criticized by some as a racist caricature of tennis star Serena Williams.

It published the cartoon and headline, “Welcome to PC World,” on its front page for Sept. 12.

Cartoonist Mark Knight created the image after Williams’s outburst during the U.S. Open final where she lost to Japan’s Naomi Osaka.

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Video Shows Chaos in North Carolina Walmart Ahead of Hurricane Florence

A new video shows chaos inside of a North Carolina Walmart as people attempt to stock up on provisions ahead of Hurricane Florence.

While the hurricane is projected to hit land early Sept. 15, the effects are already starting to be felt from the massive storm.

Jenetha Diamondz Satterfield recorded the footage at the Walmart in Durham off Glenn School Road and posted it on Facebook.

“Nobody was fighting, just pushing and rushing to get water,” she wrote.

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Three New Species Discovered in the Depths of the Pacific

Scientists have discovered what seems to be three entirely new species of snailfish at some of the most extreme depths of the Pacific Ocean.

According to an article published by Newcastle University, a team of 40 scientists from 17 nations cooperated on an expedition to the Atacama Trench, about 100 miles off the coasts of Chile and Peru.

The trench is about 3,600 miles long, 40 miles wide, and drops to depths of 26,460 feet. By contrast, the deepest known part of the ocean, Challenger Deep in the Mariana Trench southeast of Guam plunges down 35,800 feet.

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Hurricane Florence Tracker: NASA Posts ‘Stark’ Video of Storm

Hurricane Florence was captured by NASA via the International Space Station, providing a “stark and sobering view” of the Category 4 storm predicted to make landfall in the Southeastern United States.

The footage, according to the space agency, was captured at 7:50 a.m. ET on Sept. 12.

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First Photo Shared From Filming New “Fast and the Furious” Spinoff

Dwayne Johnson posted a black and white photo on Sept. 10 indicating that shooting of his new “Fast and Furious” spinoff has officially begun.

“DAY 1 and the evolution has officially begun. Long awaited Fast & Furious spin-off movie, #HobbsAndShaw is electric,” Johnson said.

He commented on his partner wearing a sleek suit standing before a fancy sports car in front of a stylish building, “@jasonstatham is lookin’ like $1million bucks and holdin’ it all down.”

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