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cjr.orgHomeland Security photography alert is ‘a seed of fear’Photojournalists, beware: The US Department of Homeland Security has its eyes on you. The agency tweeted Monday: Know the signs! Did you know photography and surveillance could be a sign of terrorism-related suspicious activity? If you notice this, be sure to report it to local authorities. #seesay #protectyoureveryday pic.twitter.com/Xu9L6p5FcR — Homeland Security (@DHSgov) July 9, […]1
sfgate.comFacing critics over Putin summit, Trump wants to meet againWASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump said Thursday he wants another meeting with Russia's Vladimir Putin to start implementing ideas they discussed in Helsinki, casting the summit as a starting point for progress on a number of shared concerns. Pushing back against criticism of his Putin meeting, Trump accused the news media of trying to provoke a confrontation with Moscow that could lead to war, although concerns about the meeting have been raised by a broad cross-section of Republicans and Democrats. Trump tweeted a list of topics discussed at the summit, including terrorism, security for Israel, Mideast peace, Ukraine, North Korea and more, and wrote: "There are many answers, some easy and some hard, to these problems...
news.avclub.comHere's 13 minutes of Aubrey Plaza casually terrorizing celebrity interviewers Aubrey Plaza’s droll sense of humor helped cut the sometimes-twee sensibilities of Parks And Recreation, and she’s gone further afield as the gonzo sorta-antagonist of Legion and in dark comedies like Ingrid Goes West. As the above montage demonstrates, there’s nowhere she’s more at home than in the anodyne setting of celebrity culture. Whether it’s soft-focus interviews, late-night chats, awards shows, or red-carpet appearances, she consistently derails the prescribed pattern of conversation, abruptly claiming she plans to kill herself, responding “thank you” to comments that don’t merit that response, firing off morbid, go-nowhere anecdotes, refusing to set up her clips enthusiastically, and so on. She’s got a great rapport in particular with Conan O’Brien, whose classic interviews with Norm MacDonald prove his willingness to go along with this sort of subversion, but it’s also fun to watch her ruin a red-carpet interview with a scripted fight with Michael Cera. (Who, we recently found out, she was dating at the time.)
telegraph.co.ukAustralian nurse killed while helping victims among eight recognised for bravery during London Bridge attackAn Australian nurse who was killed as she tried to help victims of the London Bridge terror attack is among eight people recognised in one of the largest number of civilian gallantry awards given for a single event since the Second World War.
gatestoneinstitute.orgWhy Iran Supports Palestinian Terror GroupsThe Iranian general did not offer to build the Palestinians a hospital or a school. Nor did he offer to provide financial aid to create projects that would give jobs to unemployed Palestinians in the Gaza Strip. His message to the Palestinians in the