I managed to track down viral Internet star Nusret Gökçe for an interview at his steak restaurant in Ankara, Turkey.
This morning, the Trump campaign accepts that Obama is actually a US citizen, labor law protestors clash with police in Paris, and the Fed has recalled 1 million Samsung Galaxy Note 7s due to explosions.
Ankara is not compromising on its request that the United States extradite Islamic cleric Fethullah Gulen, who is in Pennsylvania, and who Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan and his allies blame for orchestrating last month's attempted coup.
The decree comes after Erdogan declared a state of emergency on Wednesday, saying it would enable authorities to swiftly and effectively root out supporters of the July 15 coup attempt.
Turkey's presdient said those behind the coup would pay a heavy price, but that it was "a gift from God" because it "will be a reason to cleanse our army."
Soldiers sprang into action Friday evening to overthrow the government. 12 hours later, it was clear they had been defeated.
Thousands of soldiers have been arrested, at least 265 people are dead, and president Erdogan said the military plotters will "pay the highest price."
A faction of the military launched a coup in Turkey Friday night, rolling into the cities of Istanbul and Ankara before protestors flooded the streets in response.
After a faction of Turkey's military attempted to overthrow the government, protestors took to the streets and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan vowed the plotters would "pay a very heavy price."
Turkish police detained 13 people in raids across Istanbul in connection with Tuesday's attack, with officials saying the attackers were from Russia, Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan.
The Turkish government had earlier blamed the PKK for the attack. Ankara has now been hit by three bombings in a space of five months, ratcheting up security fears across the city and Turkey.