Royal children speak together for the first time in video

The video, shared to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's official Instagram, shows Prince Louis, Princess Charlotte and Prince George asking veteran broadcaster and natural historian Sir David Attenborough questions about the environment.

It's believed to be the first time the children have spoken together on camera.

"We've got some questions for you, @DavidAttenborough," the post says.

In the video, Prince George asks Attenborough which animal he thinks will next become extinct.

Man films 'police brutality', ends up helping

But what the incident captured instead wasn't the worst aspect of police brutality, but the best example of officers and citizens banding together.


The takedown

Plano, Texas, police Detective Jon Hoffman was sitting at a red light when he saw a man run out of a 7/11 carrying a plastic donation jar full of cash.

Hoffman, dressed in plain clothes but wearing his badge and gun, caught the man and pinned him to the hood of his car.

A struggle ensued and a crowd started gathering.

Turkey coup: Video feed shows soldiers abandoning their posts

Less than an hour ago, he says, soldiers were surrendering en masse, walking away from tanks and abandoning their posts on the suspension bridge, which crosses the river that bisects the city.


President Erdogan addressing crowd in Istanbul

Erdogan says the coup is over, that the government is in control.

He appears to place the blame in this live address on Fethullah Gulen, a high-profile political figure and religious scholar based in U.S., says Ivan Watson, CNN's Senior International Correspondent.