- 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 Reuters
President Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday he told U.S. President Donald Trump during talks in Washington last week that Turkey would not give up on the Russian S-400 missile defenses it procured this year, despite protests from its NATO ally. Ankara and Washington have been at loggerheads over Turkey's purchase of the S-400s, which Washington says are not compatible with NATO defenses and pose a threat to its F-35 stealth fighter jets. In response, the United States has suspended Turkey from the jet program, where it was a buyer and a manufacturer, and warned of possible U.S. sanctions over the deal.
- Celebrity AOL.com
Rep. Eric Swalwell appeared to fart during a live interview on MSNBC's "Hardball with Chris Matthews."
- U.S. Associated Press
A lawsuit filed Monday details a desperate scramble for safety as water rushed in when a container ship collided with a U.S. Navy destroyer off Japan’s coast two years ago, killing seven sailors. The lawsuit filed against Tokyo-based NYK Line by survivors of the collision and relatives of those killed lays out how sailors saw water rushing at them as they scrambled for the exits and, in some cases, had to swim for their lives. Seven U.S. sailors were killed in the collision June 17, 2017, as the two ships were trying to merge into heavy traffic.
- World Storyful
When tour guide Thorolfur Sævar Sæmundsson brings a group to Iceland’s iconic Reynisfjara Beach, he warns them not to go down to the shoreline.His reason? The beach is well known for having a dangerous undertow and so-called “sneaker waves,” which can catch people by surprise. Several tourists have died there over the past decade or so, Iceland Monitor reported.On November 11, a dramatic illustration of the dangers of the waves at the beach was observed, from a safe distance, by Sæmundsson, who recorded video of tourists floundering after being caught out.Emergency services were called to the scene to assess a tourist who was knocked over and injured, the Icelandic news site Visir said.While the beach is safe “95% of the time,” Sæmundsson told Storyful, “sometimes we have high waves. People need to be careful.” Credit: Thorolfur Saevar Saemundsson via Storyful
- Celebrity People
North West, 6, Wears Septum Ring to Joel Osteen's Church Service