Fox News Flash top headlines for August 12 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com A driver in Los Angeles has turned to a unique type of sign language to deal with the city's notorious traffic. The unidentified Lexus driver was spotted last week in Culver City holding a sign out of the window that said "Please let me in," as the turn signal indicated a lane change. The unique method was caught on camera and posted to YouTube by the driver of the car behind him, who wrote, "Saw this man with a 300000 IQ switching lanes."
File photo - M1A1 Abrams main battle tanks assigned to 3rd Battalion, 67th Armored Regiment, 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division stage prior to a tactical movement during Spartan Focus, at Fort Stewart, Ga. When dismounted U.S. Army infantry are attacking fortified enemy positions, taking hostile fire and moving quickly to find the best points for continued assault -- "battery life" can determine mission success or failure and even -- life or death. Units of forward positioned Army soldiers may not have quick access to battery recharging and may, therefore, depend entirely upon the functionality of their batteries - needed to power night vision, radios, small soldier-worn sensors, portable laptops for drone control and other combat-essential items. Without the requisite battery power to advance, soldiers might be forced to retreat or, of even greater consequence, become far more vulnerable to enemy fire. It goes without saying that attacking soldiers, especially those on the move on foot, need lightweight, electrically powered equipment for communications, data sharing, enemy tracking, targeting and some weaponry.
Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang joins Chris Wallace on'Fox News Sunday.' This is a rush transcript from "Fox News Sunday," July 26, 2019. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated. President Trump claims victory after Robert Mueller's testimony, as Democrats debate what to do next. DONALD TRUMP, PRESIDENT: The Democrats had nothing, and now, they have less than nothing. JERRY NADLER, D-N.Y.: Did you actually totally exonerate the president? WALLACE: And will the Senate pass a bipartisan budget deal that is making conservative spending hawks cringe? We'll discuss that and more with White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney. Then, just two days before the next Democratic debate, Joe Biden says no more Mr. Nice Guy. REPORTER: What did you mean when you said you're not going to be as polite in the next debate? JOE BIDEN, D-PRESIDENTIAL: We'll see. WALLACE: Presidential candidate and entrepreneur Andrew Yang joins us for an exclusive 2020 sit-down. Plus, Speaker Pelosi and AOC meet to clear the air. NANCY PELOSI, D-CALIF.: I call this, we have our differences. WALLACE: We'll ask our Sunday panel about Pelosi's bid to end the infighting in her party. President Trump is in another ugly Twitter war with another Democratic congressman of color and how Speaker Pelosi is accusing him of another racist attack. Meanwhile, the House has left town for a six-week recess, but even after the testimony of former special counsel Robert Mueller fell flat, the question of whether Democrats will start impeachment proceedings against the president remains unsettled. Joining us now is White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney. It's good to be here. WALLACE: Well, let's start with what we didn't anticipate and that is the Twitter war. President Trump attacked Democratic Congressman Elijah Cummings on Saturday, saying that his district in the Baltimore area of Maryland is worse, worse conditions, more dangerous than along the southern border. I want to put up the president's statements. His district is considered the worst in the USA.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson delivered his first speech in the Parliament on Thursday, promising to unleash a "new golden age for the United Kingdom" and leaving the European Union by the Oct. 31 deadline. Johnson, who formally took office on Wednesday, made a fiery speech in the parliament in a bid to turbocharge the effort to execute Brexit "for the purpose of uniting and re-energizing our great United Kingdom and making this country the greatest place on earth." He said that despite the looming Oct. 31 deadline, there's time to renegotiate with the European bloc and remains optimistic that a new deal can be reached. "This is the first day of a new approach which will start with our departure from the European Union on October 31 ... beginning new golden age for the United Kingdom." "This is the first day of a new approach which will start with our departure from the European Union on October 31," Johnson said, adding that it will mark the beginning of a "new golden age for the United Kingdom."
Fox News Flash top headlines for July 21 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com A well-known Hong Kong actor suffered a deep gash to his abdomen and a hand injury Saturday when a knife-wielding suspect attacked him onstage at a promotional event in China, according to a report. Simon Yam Tat-wah, 64, who appeared in the 2003 Hollywood film, "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider – The Cradle of Life," starring Angelina Jolie, was recovering after medical treatment and returning to Hong Kong, the South China Morning Post reported. ANGELINA JOLIE WAS A'HORRIBLE B---H' DURING NIGHTMARE DINNER, MODEL CLAIMS Simon Yam poses on the red carpet of the Hong Kong Film Awards in Hong Kong, April 3, 2016.
Iran's Revolutionary Guard claims the vessel was caught trying to smuggle Iranian oil to foreign ships; Trey Yingst reports. Iran on Friday denied President Trump's claim that a U.S. warship destroyed an Iranian drone near the Persian Gulf after it threatened the ship -- an incident that further escalated tensions between the countries. Trump said Thursday that the USS Boxer – which is among several U.S. Navy ships in the area – took defensive action after an Iranian drone came within 1,000 yards of the warship and ignored multiple calls to stand down. Trump blamed Iran for a "provocative and hostile" action and said the U.S. responded in self-defense. But Iran's foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, told reporters as he arrived for a meeting at the United Nations that "we have no information about losing a drone today."
Tucker examines Google's algorithms and how they benefit Democrat ahead of 2020. Billionaire tech investor Peter Thiel on Sunday called for the FBI and CIA to investigate whether Chinese intelligence had infiltrated Google, according to a report. Thiel, who supported Trump in 2016 and Facebook board member, made the comments during a speech at the National Conservatism Conference in Washington. He said the FBI and CIA needed to ask Google three questions to determine if the tech giant had been compromised by Chinese intelligence, Axios reported. FILE: A Google Home Hub is displayed in New York.
Coalition of privacy groups asks the feds to investigate Amazon for possible violations on Echo Dot Kids Edition; FBN's Jackie DeAngelis reports. We surround ourselves with devices. Our cars respond to us. Our smart TVs listen to us. Every camera in every tablet and laptop is a potential spying device.
The Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure -- or JEDI -- will store and crunch vast amounts of classified data and let the military use artificial intelligence to speed up war planning and enhance fighting capabilities. Think of it as "The Terminator" meets your iCloud. The robots aren't taking over just yet, but the Pentagon could be bringing us one step closer, thanks to a new project dubbed the "War Cloud." The official name is JEDI: Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure, a plan by the Pentagon to build a cloud computing system for the military. The so-called "War Cloud" will store and crunch vast amounts of classified data and let the military use artificial intelligence to speed up war planning, and enhance fighting capabilities.
This month, about 50 feet (15 meters) under a Swiss glacier, you can experience what it might be like to live on the moon. Space agencies like NASA are looking to the moon as a waystation to venture beyond, to Mars and other cosmic destinations. One of the most viable spots for a lunar base could be inside a crater on the south pole of the moon, where scientists have confirmed the existence of water ice, a crucial resource for astronauts. To offer an idea at what such a habitat might look like, European researchers and students are conducting a mock moon habitat trial under a glacier near the famous Matterhorn in Switzerland's Alps. Called IGLUNA, the demonstration is organized by the Swiss Space Center and the European Space Agency.