‘Game Of Thrones’ Star Michelle Fairley Just Crushed Our Lady Stoneheart Dreams

Spoiler Alert: This post contains spoilers for George R.R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" series. Don't read if you have not read "A Storm of Swords." All men must die, but not all of them have to stay dead. Season 4 of "Game of Thrones" wrapped up almost two weeks ago and fans of George R.R. Martin's book series are still upset a certain character was left out of the final ep

Jacob’s Well, Texas’ Most Dangerous Diving Spot

The largest underwater cave in Texas has been known to swallow people whole, it has also provided a nearly non-stop source of water for thousands of years. Jacob’s Well is an amazing sight to see, as the water from deep within the well pools out into a natural spring that runs off into Cypress Creek. Many people visit Texas Hill Country just to see Jacob’s Well, despite the fact it has cl

Deaf woman hears for the first time

The moment a woman, who had been deaf since birth and never heard a sound, hears for the first time and has her life transformed has been captured on film. Joanne Milne, 40, from Gateshead, was born deaf, and during her 20s also began to lose her vision due to the rare medical condition Usher Syndrome. But last month she was fitted with cochlear implants and after 40 years of silence the lif

Girl signs Christmas concert for deaf parents

A 5-year-old became an Internet sensation overnight for doing what she says is "easy for her." Claire Koch used sign language during her Christmas pageant to share what she was singing with her deaf parents.

Marlee Matlin: Why You Need to Know Your Rights

Actress Marlee Matlin, who is deaf and the wife of a police officer, teamed up with ACLU and advocacy group HEARD, on an American Sign Language video to ensure deaf people know their rights when interacting with law enforcement. We are excited to launch the video along with a hub of resources this Wednesday. While this video aims to ensure that deaf people know their rights, they can only

Maisie Williams on the dark change in Arya, and her hopes for Season 5

Season 4 of Game of Thrones treated us to the adventures of Arya and The Hound, which more often than not made us laugh, and gave us some of the best one liners of the series. But underneath the laughter was a harsh story, of a young girl who had lost everything, and was learning to survive alone in a cruel world. Although the season brought about a dark change in Arya, her story ended on a hope

This Man Dives Into The Largest Waves On Earth, The Results Are Spectacular.

Getting tossed around by shorebreak and slammed into the sand day after day is a rough go; Clark Little wouldn’t have it any other way. In fact, for the North Shore local, it’s all in a good day’s work. But the Waimea addict didn’t grow up snapping shots with his father’s camera like so many photographers do. He instead set out to capture his longtime stomping grounds when his wife came

Marlee Matlin On Deaf And Police Interaction

Actress Marlee Matlin, who is deaf and the wife of a police officer, teamed up with ACLU and advocacy group HEARD, on an American Sign Language video to ensure deaf people know their rights when interacting with law enforcement. When police officers don't realize deaf and hard of hearing people can't hear them, it has led to police officers brutally assaulting deaf people and other tragedies

Is that for me? The Queen goes behind the scenes on the Game of Thrones set in Belfast (but refuses to take the Iron Throne)

The last king to sit on it was poisoned at his own wedding, so it was perhaps no surprise that the Queen preferred not to take the Iron Throne when she visited the Game of Thrones set. Instead, the monarch inspected the seat, which is made from interlaced iron swords, from a safe distance before getting a closer look at the royal treasury of Westeros, laid out beside it. She was, however, happy