Morning Brief: The top news and buzzy moments you need to know
Welcome to the Morning Brief where we give you a rundown of everything you may have missed the night before and what's trending this morning. To dive deeper into these stories click on the links.
1. Nor'easter set to bring the first burst of snow to major cities
There are 16 states from Arkansas to New York that are under watches and warnings on Wednesday.
2. Monica Lewinsky recalls contemplating suicide after Clinton incident
"I remember looking out the window and thinking that the only way to fix this was to kill myself, was to jump out the window.”
3. Mexico City game teaches NFL a lesson
The NFL had to move Monday’s Kansas City Chiefs-Los Angeles Rams game from Mexico City back to Los Angeles due to unaccounted for turf issues at Estadio Azteca.
4. New candids from the royal family
The royal family has just released the most insanely adorable photos for Prince Charles's 70th birthday.
5. Ruth Bader Ginsburg back at work and to resume workouts next week
Her trainer revealed they'll start working out next week. “With three cracked ribs, I won’t have her on the elliptical right away."
6. New Zealand newspaper mixes up Stan Lee and Spike Lee in obituary
The Gisborne Herald used a photo of Stan Lee, but misidentified him in print writing: ‘“Characters first, superheroes next: Spike Lee dies at 95.”
7. Fox News Host Tucker Carlson says he actually agrees with rival
He admitted Tuesday, in a rare moment of nonpartisanism, that he actually agreed on something with Democratic Congresswoman-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
8. At least 200 people are still unaccounted for from Northern California wildfires
Authorities on Tuesday reported six more fatalities from the Northern California blaze, bringing the total number of dead so far to 48.
9. Woman suffers brain damage after traveling to Mexico for plastic surgery
Her family later learned that she had suffered complications from the injection of anesthesia.
10. Former NFL player arrested for bringing sword to youth hoops game
Charlie Rogers, a former running back who played five seasons with Seattle, Buffalo and Miami, was arrested by police for making threats at a basketball game.