Here are some of today’s top headlines.

Lawyer for Ukraine whistleblower says he represents second whistleblower on Trump’s actions

The lawyer for the first intelligence whistleblower who came forward with accusations concerning President Donald Trump and his interactions with Ukraine said Sunday he is representing a second whistleblower regarding the President’s actions.

Diplomats angry and afraid as Ukraine controversy embroils Pompeo’s State Department

President Donald Trump’s attempts to compel Ukraine to investigate the family of his chief political rival are deepening anger and concern inside the State Department as Secretary Mike Pompeo’s role in the drama comes under greater scrutiny.

25 days until ‘Brexit day.’ Here’s how it could play out

After weeks of to-ing and fro-ing, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson finally unveiled his Brexit blueprint earlier this week. But he’s running out of time to get it through Parliament and the EU.

The center of the Milky Way exploded when ancient human ancestors walked the Earth

Around 3.5 million years ago, a gigantic energy flare punched out from the center of our galaxy, the Milky Way. The radiation it released erupted in two energized cones that were so powerful, the impact was felt 200,000 light-years away.

Mark Zuckerberg on billionaires: ‘No one deserves to have that much money’

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said he ‘understands’ where Bernie Sanders is coming from, when the presidential candidate says billionaires shouldn’t exist.

UK urges US to return diplomat’s wife who left after fatal crash

The United Kingdom has urged the return of an American diplomat’s spouse who left the country while a suspect in a fatal traffic collision.

The UFO seekers flocking to a remote Thai hilltop in search of Buddhist aliens

A hilltop in central Nakhon Sawan (CNN) – Thailand is attracting UFO seekers who believe extraterrestrials hover above a huge Buddha statue, send telepathic communiques, walk across nearby sugarcane fields and use a crocodile-infested lake as a portal from their planets — Pluto and Loku.

What Is Romney’s Next Move In His Spat With Trump?

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) – In the hours after President Donald Trump called on China to investigate his political foe – plowing through another political guardrail – Democrats and Trump critics looked for signs that his party would slap him back. Seeking foreign help in an election is illegal.

Defying Hong Kong Mask Ban, Tens Of Thousands Of Protesters Clog City’s Streets

HONG KONG (AP) – Shouting “Wearing mask is not a crime,” tens of thousands of protesters braved the rain Sunday to march in central Hong Kong as a court rejected a second legal attempt to block a mask ban aimed at quashing violence during four months of pro-democracy rallies.

North Korea Breaks Off Nuclear Talks With U.S.

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – North Korea’s top negotiator said late on Saturday that working-level nuclear talks in Sweden between officials from Pyongyang and Washington had been broken off, dashing prospects for an end to months of stalemate.

In blow to Facebook, PayPal pulls out of Libra cryptocurrency project

Get out while the getting’s good. That appears to be the thinking of PayPal, which today confirmed that it’s bailing on the Facebook-created Libra Association. The supposedly nonprofit organization, which lists 29 “partners” on its website (soon to be 28) and aims to create a digital ” global currency,” has recently run afoul of U.S.

Glenlivet’s Tide Pod-like booze capsules have captivated social media

What if Tide Pods, but they’re actually safe to consume? That’s the premise of this new Glenlivet “Capsule Collection” product, which stuffs mouthfuls of whiskey into edible capsules. They look like the early 2018 internet’s favorite (and entirely ill-advised) laundry detergent-slash-snack food, but these are actually safe to ingest.

Fake commercial does great job of explaining each step of impeaching a president

Two words have been on everyone’s lips since Nancy Pelosi made a formal announcement at the end of September: “impeachment inquiry”. How many steps are involved in the process of impeaching a president? Turns out, there’s quite a few!