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US releases dramatic photos of 'unsafe' Russian jet intercept

- The intercept took place on Monday while the US aircraft was "flying in international airspace". - The Russian plane was armed and flew "erratically," a US official told CNN. Washington (CNN) US European Command released dramatic photos that show the moment a Russian Su-27 fighter jet flew within five feet of a US Air Force RC-135 reconnaissance aircraft over the Baltic Sea -- an encounter US officials assessed to be "unsafe.". The intercept ... Full story

UK Parliament investigating cyberattack on user accounts

UK PARLIAMENT INVESTIGATING CYBERATTACK ON USER ACCOUNTS. LONDON (AP) — British officials are investigating a cyberattack on the country's Parliament after discovering "unauthorized attempts to access parliamentary user accounts.". A spokeswoman for the House of Commons said Saturday that officials are working with the National Cyber Security Center to secure the computer network. She added that remote email access for members has been disabled ... Full story

Players postcards from Reds on holiday United Website

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Melania Trump Hires White House Chief Usher From the Family Business

“I look forward to applying my experience with hospitality, leadership, and political protocol in order to ensure the first family’s needs are met,” Mr. Harleth said in the statement released by the White House. Continue reading the main story. It is historically uncommon, but not unprecedented, for the first lady to turn to the hospitality industry to hire a chief usher. Angella Reid, an Obama administration appointee who was fired in May, ... Full story

The terrifying and terrible prospect of Justice Kennedy retiring

Justice Anthony M. Kennedy. (Matt McClain/The Washington Post). The end of the Supreme Court term looms, and with it the prospect — the terrifying prospect — of a retirement. Specifically, the retirement of Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, who will turn 81 next month and is the longest-serving current justice, named to the high court almost 30 years ago. So if Kennedy is inclined to retire, it is hard to begrudge him that choice. But his departure ... Full story

Cyber-attack on parliament leaves MPs unable to access emails

A Lib Dem peer said a cybersecurity attack meant access to accounts may be restricted. Photograph: Justin Tallis/AFP/Getty Images. Parliament has been hit by a “sustained and determined” cyber-attack by hackers attempting to gain access to MPs’ and their staffers’ email accounts. Both houses of parliament were targeted on Friday in an attack that sought to gain access to accounts protected by weak passwords. MPs said they were unable to access ... Full story

‘This Is an Intentional Slap in the Face’ to All Women

2. A guilty verdict was a possibility, though; but the jury could not find unanimity. A not guilty verdict was a great unlikeliness considering what was known about Cosby taking advantage of women who pursued him. The hung jury is, perhaps, an inevitable outcome in this confused case. Cosby’s reputation and fame have suffered enormously; he is an ailing man now. Is that enough punishment? Continue reading the main story. — Bu in Washington . ... Full story

Entertainment Agency Executives Vote On Most Influential Figures And Groups In K-Pop

Media outlet Sports Seoul has surveyed executives from 32 entertainment agencies on the most influential people in K-pop. The survey was conducted from June 8 to 15, and each participant wrote their votes for the top three in four different categories. Each first place answer got three points, second place got two, and third place got one. With this format, the total score for each category was 192, and the highest that an individual or group ... Full story

The sports world congratulates Leo Messi Barcelona

Various famous figures wish the Barça star a happy birthday as he turns 30 Full story

‘Hundreds’ died in Grenfell Tower fire, says shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott

Hundreds of people died in the Grenfell Tower tragedy, Diane Abbott has claimed. The current death toll is at 79 but the shadow Home Secretary said she expected this to rise into the hundreds. The MP for Hackney North and Stoke Newington blamed the disaster on Conservative attitudes towards social housing. “Grenfell Tower is not just an accident; Grenfell Tower is not just an unfortunate incident. Those hundreds of people that died are a direct ... Full story