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  1. Mitch McConnell had originally planned to rush the bill to a floor vote this week, but, due to insufficient votes in the Senate - stemming from the backlash of moderate and far-right Republicans - the vote has reportedly been postponed until after the July 4 recess.
  2. 'You’re ugly as f**k and irrelevant. Kill yourself': Instagram model caught on camera hurling vile insults at social media conference security after other guards pinned down and choked an 'innocent man' Instagram model Christian Burns was filmed berating security guards He said 'you're ugly as f*** and irrelevant' and even told them to 'kill yourself' It happened at the VidCon social media conference in Anaheim, California Another video shows he was responding to how security guards treated an 'innocent man' One person commented on a photo he posted the day of the altercation, and said 'I just care about people when I say delete your account lmao' Now Burns is receiving hate on his social media pages for the things he said in the video. He is pictured here, wearing the same outfit he was in the video Read more: Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
  3. They are saying this is WannaCry 2.0 (the cyber attack from a few months ago). "Reported victims so far include Ukrainian infrastructure like power companies, airports, public transit, and the central bank, as well as Danish shipping company Maersk, the Russian oil giant Rosnoft, and institutions in India, Spain, France, the United Kingdom, and beyond." They are saying this attack utilized America's National Security Agency Windows exploit, called EternalBlue which was also used in the WannaCry attack.
  4. Full list can be found here: Sweden got the biggest diff going from 93% in trusting the U.S president (Obama) to 10% (Trump) followed by Netherlands and Germany.
  5. Chancellor Angela Merkel's center-left rivals said Tuesday they would seek a parliamentary vote this week on legalizing gay marriage after the German leader backed off her conservatives' long-standing refusal to budge on the issue. Germany has allowed same-sex couples to enter civil partnerships since 2001. Other European countries have since allowed full gay marriage, but much of Merkel's conservative bloc remained reluctant until now. Merkel said Monday that she could see lawmakers taking up the issue in the future as a "decision of conscience," deciding in a free vote rather than along party lines. That comment came ahead of a Sept. 24 election in which all of Merkel's potential coalition partners, including the center-left Social Democrats of her challenger, Martin Schulz, are calling for same-sex marriage to be legalized. Parliament's upper house and the opposition Greens and Left Party have proposed legislation legalizing same-sex marriage, but it has been stuck in the lower house's legal affairs committee because the current "grand coalition" government of Merkel's conservatives and the Social Democrats was divided. The Social Democrats leapt on Merkel's comments, which came as the outgoing parliament — in which there's likely a majority for gay marriage — prepares for its last session this week. "Angela Merkel made ... a move yesterday and we are taking her at her word," Schulz told reporters. The "change of heart ... should be concluded this week," he added.
  6. To clarify for everyone, the details are still being hashed out, but the majority of the 90-day ban will likely start in 72 hours, the case is being heard in October, and the ruling may not come until the end of the Supreme Court's session in June, many months after the ban had actually been completed, unless the administration lengthens the ban which they'll probably get sued for as well if they try.
  7. A Southwest Airlines flight from Los Angeles to Houston was forced to make an emergency landing after a woman tried to open an emergency exit door, passengers say. Southwest flight 4519 landed safely in Corpus Christi Sunday afternoon. The pilot made the decision to land after flight attendants warned of a potential threat in the cabin, the Dallas-based airline said. More and video glad no one was hurt.
  8. The Tunisian LGBT rights advocacy group Shams condemned to the juvenile court action: “Shams strongly denounces this prison sentence for a 16-year-old minor for homosexuality. Remember: He is a homeless teen who found refuge with his friends for food and shelter. In addition, the court record shows that nothing was proved against him. [His refusal of an anal examination was taken as proof of his guilt.] And, if he was homosexual, the prison sentence will not change his sexual orientation because homosexuality is not a crime nor a disease nor a choice.” X
  9. The justices ruled in favor of lesbian couples by throwing out a December ruling by the Arkansas Supreme Court decision that upheld state officials' refusal to name the wives of the birth mothers as parents on birth certificates. The Arkansas court said state officials do not have to list both same-sex spouses as named parents on birth certificates, even though state law allows a birth mother's opposite-sex husband to be listed when the baby is not biologically related to him. Both couples received the birth certificates they wanted when they won in trial court. X
  11. Hacker collective Anonymous releases video claiming that NASA is on the verge of announcing alien life Hacker group Anonymous on Tuesday released a video about space aliens Video consists of text of three articles from conspiracy website 'Ancient Code' Claims NASA is on the verge of announcing contact with aliens from outer space Astronomers have discovered roughly 30 exoplanets in habitable zones of stars Science: Hydrogen gas, discovered in high-powered jets of water during Cassini’s deepest plunge, is now said to be 'a potential source of chemical energy that could support microbes on the seafloor of Enceladus,' researchers revealed during a NASA press conference Read more: Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
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  13. Mother arrested after leaving her children in a hot car as punishment, sheriff's office says. Both children are dead. A Texas mother whose two children died of heat exposure after she left them in a car was arrested Friday, local authorities said. The Parker County Sheriff's Office arrested Cynthia Marie Randolph, 24, for the deaths last month of her 2-year-old daughter and 16-month-old son after she left them in the car to teach her daughter a lesson, the sheriff's office said in a news release. Source
  14. Today (Saturday), for the second consecutive year, the annual pride parade will not take place in Istanbul, Turkey. Istanbul Governor Vasip Şahin banned the parade, which was once the largest in the Muslim world, due to what he claims is a security threat from ultra-nationalist Alperen Hearths group. x
  15. 'This better hold my life together': Shoppers left astonished as Prada launches a single 'paper clip' for $180 Department store Barney's New York is stocking a Prada 'paper clip' for $180 The sterling silver clip is 6cm long with the logo embossed on the side Twitter has ridiculed the product that is intended to be used as a money clip Prada has been mercilessly mocked by Twitter uses after marketing a 'paper clip' for $180 Read more: Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook Y.I.K.E.$.
  16. At least 129 people are burned alive when overturned oil tanker explodes in Pakistan WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT People had rushed to scene of accident to collect fuel from overturned tanker Police tried to cordon off area but were overwhelmed by villagers, official says Many of the bodies were burned beyond recognition near Ahmedpur East Pictured: A map showing the location of the devastating crash near Ahmedpur East in Pakistan WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT: Read more: Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
  17. Jefferson held the first Iftar dinner in 1805. It has been taking place every year in the White House since Hillary held it for Muslims in 1996 to mark the end of Ramadan and celebration of Eid.
  18. Shocking video catches couple beating a restaurant owner and punching her 15-year-old daughter in the face because they were unhappy about their chicken was cold and they didn't get enough fries A couple ordered chicken and fries from Qwik Chick takeout in Baxley, Georgia Unhappy with what they said was cold chicken and not enough fries, a confrontation began Surveillance video caught Latasha M. Smith repeatedly assaulting the owner of the restaurant Nathaniel Eric Smith then can be seen punching the owner's teen daughter in the face The pair haven't been found yet Mother and daughter were left with deep black eyes, a broken nose, and a concussion The couple are identified by police as Nathaniel Eric Smith and Latasha M. Smith. There are active warrants of aggravated battery and cruelty to children out on them Read more: Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
  19. 'Please god just let the man sleep': Outrage as airline passenger posts racist Snapchat story of Sikh man whom he mistakenly believed to be a terrorist Snapchat images taken of Sikh man on airplane caused outrage on social media The snaps were posted by an airline passenger who apparently mistook the Sikh man for a terrorist The images were shared on Twitter, where they went viral Twitter user posted images to point out difficulties of traveling for Muslims and Sikhs Social media users were outraged on Thursday after a series of racist Snapchat posts by an airline passenger who mistakenly believed a Sikh man was a terrorist went viral Another photo shows the Snapchat user taking a selfie. The caption reads: 'OK he just walk to the back of the Plane then to the front then to his seat.' The caption ends with a number of emojis indicating fear or alarm Read more: Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
  20. Eight Emirati princesses were convicted of human trafficking by a Belgian court on Friday and were given suspended jail terms and fines in a case stemming from their treatment of servants at a Brussels luxury hotel nearly 10 years ago, their lawyer said. The Brussels criminal court handed the eight women from Abu Dhabi’s ruling al-Nahyan family 15-month suspended sentences for human trafficking and degrading treatment, the lawyer, Stephen Monod, said. He said the defense was pleased the case was finally resolved after nearly a decade. X
  21. Two of the Pentagon's specially reinforced "Doomsday" planes, designed to withstand the heat from a nuclear blast, were grounded after being damaged by a tornado, the Air Force said Friday. The E4-B Boeing 747s, built in the 1970s during the Cold War, are essentially flying command centers that can refuel in the sky and are designed to remain airborne for days on end in times of crisis. The Air Force has four E4-Bs, which also shuttle the secretary of defense around the world. Two were damaged June 16 at Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska when a tornado whipped through the area with little advance warning.
  22. Germany’s parliament will not vote on same-sex marriage, despite an overwhelming majority of citizens supporting full equality. The highest court in the country has rejected an attempt by the Green Party to force a vote before September’s national election. The Federal Constitutional Court reported that it had rebuffed the Greens’ application yesterday for an injunction which would have forced a bill to be sent to lawmakers. A survey earlier this year found that 75 percent of Germans favour complete legal equality for gay people in life partnerships. X
  23. “The plan to introduce an ‘expat levy’ from 2017 was confirmed during the recent budget announcement, with charges of up to SR800 per worker to be phased in by 2020. Companies currently pay a levy of SR200 per month per expat employee, but only for expat employees that exceed the number of Saudi employees. But that will be gradually increased from next year, the government’s “Fiscal Balance Program – Balanced Budget 2020” document shows,” says Surana. From next year, the levy on expat workers will be gradually revised upwards, providing an additional impetus for employers to hire more Saudis. X