- Politics ABC News
In early 2017, Rudy Giuliani urged President Donald Trump to extradite a Turkish cleric living in exile in the United States, a former senior level administration official with direct knowledge confirmed to ABC News. Giuliani repeatedly urged Trump that the U.S. government should eject Fethullah Gulen from the country, a top priority of the Turkish president. The former senior official told ABC News that White House officials stepped in and stopped any action from ever happening.
- U.S. NBC Sports Chicago
An Arizona couple claim Theo Epstein's dog irrepairably damanged their rental property, but there may have been bigger problem with the property to begin with.
- U.S. Travel+Leisure
A Taiwanese tourist, who was on vacation on Boracay Island with her boyfriend, was apprehended and fined for wearing a string bikini that has been called “inappropriate.”
- Celebrity HuffPost
“He wanted to make sure my [mom] would be laughing leaving the cemetery, not crying,” his daughter told HuffPost.
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A Texas woman's attempt at hiding online purchases from her husband is going viral after she shared a postal worker's reaction to her delivery request.
- World Associated Press
The Kremlin says it expects Turkey's military action in Syria to be proportionate to its declared goal. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Wednesday that Russia respects "Turkey's right to take measures to ensure its security" but also expected it be "proportionate to the task." He wouldn't comment on how long Moscow believes the Turkish offensive should last. Russia moved quickly Tuesday to fill the void left by the U.S. troops' withdrawal from northern Syria, deploying its military to act as a buffer as Syrian government forces moved north under a deal with the Kurds, who have sought protection from the Turkish offensive.