Start your day off right with five things you need to know this morning.
What's being dubbed as a "weather bomb" is wreaking havoc on the east coast. Extreme rainfall and wind conditions have caused power extensive outages in Halifax and Montreal.
A clip from an upcoming interview with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has revealed some insight into the pressures of being in the international spotlight. Markle explains her vulnerability as a new mother while dealing with the press, saying it has left her "struggling to cope."
World Exclusive; Meghan tells me of the intense pressures of a life in the spotlight and the toll it has taken on her behind the scenes. pic.twitter.com/tpmeomj5UV— tom bradby (@tombradby) October 18, 2019
An all female crew of NASA astronauts has conducted a lengthy spacewalk for the first time. The historic 5.5-hour spacewalk was completed to replace a failed power controller.
At 7:38am ET, our #AllWomanSpacewalk officially started as @Astro_Christina & @Astro_Jessica set their spacesuits to battery power, marking the beginning of their 5.5 hour excursion outside of the @Space_Station to replace a failed power controller. Watch: https://t.co/2SIb9YXlRh— NASA (@NASA) October 18, 2019
The 2019 FIFA World Cup set to take place between Dec. 11-21 in Qatar. The world's best soccer players will descend on the nation to play in the world's most popular tournament, including reigning champs France. As a result, FIFA has released the latest edition of the World Cup emblem.
🌎🌍🌏🛫🇶🇦— FIFA.com (@FIFAcom) October 18, 2019
The best from around the world are heading to Qatar from 11-21 December.
We'll discover who gets to call themselves the best club side on the planet. 🔝🏆
But first, let us introduce the brand new #ClubWC emblem 😍
Jackson Friedlander earned "Mite of the Night" honors during intermission of Wednesday's Capitals game, and the level of joy and inspiration he brought to his interview could probably do wonders for any locker room.