- Celebrity HuffPost
The host gave Kate Austin and Sarah Sulsenti a chance to share their special moment with chosen family.
- 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
- Politics Business Insider
Alexander Vindman ended his opening statement in Trump's impeachment hearing with a message to his father: 'Do not worry. I will be fine for telling the truth.'
"Dad, I'm sitting here today ... is proof that you made the right decision 40 years ago to leave the Soviet Union," Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman said.
- U.S. ABC News
Police body camera captures heart-stopping moment officers find kidnapped 8-year-old girl originally appeared on abcnews.go.comFrom the moment that Crystal Merrill arrived for her overnight shift on May 18 at the 911 call and dispatch center in Fort Worth, Texas, the phone would not stop ringing.Police were more than four hours into a manhunt for a suspect in the area and an 8-year-old girl he was accused of kidnapping. Her mother said he’d snatched the girl out of her arms during an early evening walk and thrown the child into his car. The suspect was now on the run with the little girl. ...
- Entertainment Hello Giggles
Emilia Clarke says she’s been pressured to do nude scenes to “not disappoint Game of Thrones fans” and it’s not okay
Emilia Clarke says that some directors have used her past nude scenes in "Game of Thrones" to pressure her into doing nude scenes in other projects, and that's not cool.