- Politics HuffPost
Ranking member Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) kicked things off by ignoring Alexander Vindman's rank of lieutenant colonel, and other Republicans piled on.
- Entertainment HuffPost
The actor credits her former “Game of Thrones” co-star, Jason Momoa, for helping her learn how to set boundaries on set.
- Celebrity HuffPost
The host gave Kate Austin and Sarah Sulsenti a chance to share their special moment with chosen family.
- Politics The Wrap
Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.) denies that the sound heard by viewers of MSNBC’s “Hardball” on Monday night was, in fact, him farting.The show’s Twitter account put out a statement after Swalwell’s appearance Monday night claiming the noise, which was causing a stir online, was actually just host Chris Matthews’ mug scraping across the desk.“Sorry to disappoint the conspiracy theorists - it was the hardball mug scraping across the desk. Get yours today and let’s get back to the news!” the account tweeted, linking to an online shop where viewers could get a “Hardball” mug of their own.Also Read: John C Reilly Says Those 'Step Brothers' Farts Were Real (Video)Swalwell, a Democrat from California, retweeted that, adding his own declaration in the style of the president: “TOTAL EXONERATION!”Chrissy Teigen, like countless others who replied to the “Hardball” account or tweeted their own theories on the origin of the noise, wanted none of that.Also Read: Chris Matthews Joked About 'Cosby Pill' for Hillary Clinton in Leaked Video“No it’s a fart don’t ruin this,” the author wrote, which earned her a Tuesday morning response from Swalwell: “This, too, shall pass…”As of Tuesday morning, ShartGate and FartGate were both trending nationally on Twitter.So much for the “Hardball” plea for the American public to “get back to the news.”Watch here, via Media Matters’ Andrew Lawrence, and decide for yourself.OMFG SOUND ON pic.twitter.com/StziH3Yh49- Andrew Lawrence (@ndrew_lawrence) November 19, 2019Read original story Rep Eric Swalwell Denies Farting During Live MSNBC Interview: ‘This Too Shall Pass’ At TheWrap
- World Associated Press
A senior U.S. analyst has urged the Philippines to act cautiously in engaging with Beijing on any joint oil exploration projects in the South China Sea.
- Sports Popular Mechanics
Imagine the next decade without Facebook, robocalls, and exploding phones. We feel better already.From Popular Mechanics
China has clearly become the preferred partner to help develop Iran’s Namavaran field which could contain up to 53 billion barrels of crude oil