- U.S. Yahoo News UK
The giant shark, named Vimy by researchers, was caught off the coast of Nova Scotia earlier this month.
- Style AOL.com
Jennifer Lopez took to Instagram Story to share a photo of her friend Kourtney Kardashian's latest sexy snap.
- World Associated Press
The U.S. and Turkey agreed Thursday to a cease-fire in the Turks' deadly attacks on Kurdish fighters in northern Syria, requiring the Kurds to vacate the area in an arrangement that largely solidifies Turkey's position and aims in the weeklong conflict. After negotiations with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, U.S. Vice President Mike Pence hailed the five-day cease-fire as the way to end the bloodshed caused by Turkey's invasion.
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Despite a 6-0 record, New England has faced some struggles on offense so far this season - and one former player says it's more than missing Rob Gronkowski.
- Celebrity Entertainment Tonight
Jenna Dewan 'Felt Blindsided' by Channing Tatum's Romance With Jessie J After Finding Out on the Internet
'There I was, on a plane, alone, finding out about his new relationship.'
- World Reuters
Whatever westerners thought about images of Kim Jong Un trekking through mountain snows astride a white stallion, the subliminal message sent to North Koreans was to instill confidence that they have a man of strength and destiny holding the reins of power. The Internet was flooded with online jokes and memes after North Korea's state media released the photographs. "The main thing to keep in mind is that while we might think Kim looks goofy, he doesn't think that," Jeffrey Lewis, a North Korea expert at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies in California, said on Twitter.
- U.S. Reuters
A computer-aided scope on a machine gun that can turn just about anyone into a marksman.Even firearms that measure and record every movement, from the angle of the barrel to the precise moment of each shot fired, which could provide law enforcement with a digital record of police shootings. The application of information technology to firearms has long been resisted in the United States by gun owners and law-enforcement officials who worry they could be hacked, fail at the wrong moment, or invite government control. The Army is moving forward regardless.