- Entertainment AOL.com
Jason Momoa protected Emilia Clarke during gratuitous sex scenes: "He was like, 'No, sweetie, this isn't okay'"
'He took care of me in an environment, I didn't know I need to be taken care of ... He was so kind and considerate and cared about me as a human being.'
- Politics Deadline
UPDATE, 1:05 PM PT: The public gallery watching Wednesday's impeachment hearing gave it a cinematic climax - they stood and applauded after Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) concluded the session with a lengthy statement explaining why Gordon Sondland's testimony was "deeply significant and troubling." His voice rising, Schiff pushed back on Republican defenses of the president, […]
- WorldAssociated Press
The U.S. Catholic Church pushed what it called a key reform to address its exploding clergy sex abuse scandal almost two decades ago: Mandatory review boards with lay people in each diocese to review the claims of victims fairly and kindly. Instead, boards appointed by bishops and operating in secrecy have routinely served as a way to undermine the claims of sexual abuse from victims, avoid payouts and shield pedophile priests -- ultimately raising the question of whether the church is able to reform itself on its own. - Bishops appoint the very people supposed to defend abuse victims, and have sometimes put church defense attorneys and top aides on boards.
- Politics Yahoo News Video
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has reportedly told three prominent Republicans that he is planning to resign from the White House to run for a Senate seat.
- Business People
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