A couple of links you may not have seen: Tropical Storm Stella: The US has received more than 8,000 storms since the storm hit the Pacific coast of the US last week.
The storm has killed more than 9,000 people.
Flower of the Valley: A flower of the valley is seen in the middle of the Sahara Desert in Morocco.
Sofia, Syria: The Syrian Civil War is still raging.
Israel and the Gaza Strip: Israel is in control of Gaza, and is now facing growing pressure from Hamas, the Islamic movement.
Logan, California: Lightspeed, the fast-moving vehicle used by the film’s characters, is shot through a window.
Star Wars: Star wars is a popular movie franchise that focuses on the characters of Luke Skywalker, Leia Organa and Han Solo.
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes: A camera is seen as it moves from the moon to the planet of Apes, where the apes are.
Aerial View: An aerial view shows the Earth from space.
Barry Lyndon: After being shot by a sniper, Barry is shot in the face by a security guard.
Ricky Gervais: Ricky Gervain plays the titular character in Ricky G.ervais’ comedy.
Jaws: Jaw-dropping footage of the iconic shark attacks is shown.
Zoo Tycoon: Zoos are located throughout the world, but in Australia they are mostly closed.
Halloween: Hollis Johnson takes part in Halloween costumes.
Tiger Woods: Tennis world champion Tiger Woods is seen during the PGA Championship on Wednesday, November 21, 2014, at the Honda Stadium in Kokomo, Indiana.
Fox News:Fox News host Shepard Smith discusses the recent attacks in Paris and Paris Hilton’s recent comments.
Trump, Biden on the campaign trail.
ABC News:President Donald Trump, Vice President Joe Biden and their spouses are seen during a rally in New Hampshire on November 21.
Associated Press:President Trump and his wife Melania look at a display of balloons and signs during a campaign rally at the State Fairgrounds in Columbus, Ohio, on Friday, November 19, 2014.
National Journal:National Journal writer Ryan Lizza examines the Republican presidential candidate’s plans to keep the Affordable Care Act going.
Politico:Politico senior editor Paul Steinhauser looks at the latest developments in the U.S. presidential campaign.
NPR:NPR’s Alice Crites interviews Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., about his bid to become the Democratic nominee in the 2016 presidential election.
Washington Post:The Washington Post’s editorial board looks at Trump’s efforts to restrict gun ownership and his administration’s handling of the Orlando nightclub shooting.
CBS News:A man holds a sign at the entrance to the Capitol during a protest against gun violence, in Washington, D.C., on November 16, 2014.(AP Photo/Susan Walsh) CNN:The CNN anchor Jake Tapper questions former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, about her comments about gun violence.
BuzzFeed News:BuzzFeed senior editor Jordan Chariton discusses how Donald Trump’s presidential campaign is shaping up.
CNN’s Anderson Cooper looks at a recent event in Washington and the aftermath of the shooting in Orlando.
GQ:GQ editor-in-chief Ryan Grim looks at what he thinks of the recent shooting in Paris.
AP:The Associated Press’ Jennifer Jacobs talks about the new Trump administration’s new policies on gun violence and the presidential race.
Vanity Fair:Vanity Press’ editors look at the controversy surrounding a recent Vanity Fair cover story featuring Melania Trump.
Wall Street Journal:Wall Street magazine’s chief financial correspondent, David Leder, examines the financial markets.
New York Times:New York magazine’s senior editor, Jill Abramson, talks about her upcoming cover story on Melania Trump’s new book.
Wired:Wired’s senior editorial board editor and senior editor in chief, Jeff Simon, discusses how the media is coping with Trump’s rise.
TIME:Time senior editor Mark Harris talks about Melania Trump in his cover story.
Daily Mail:Daily Mail editor-at-large, David Haddad, talks with Time senior editor Michael Calderone.
News:Yahoo!’s senior editor David Mazzucchelli, and senior staff writer Jessica Rinaldi, discuss Trump’s campaign.