- U.S. USA TODAY
Police have found the 2-year-old who went missing from a campsite in Comins Township, Michigan, on Monday. The search lasted more than 24 hours.
- U.S. Yahoo Lifestyle
A female Border Patrol officer has gone viral after photos emerged of her providing security for Vice President Mike Pence during his recent border visit.
- Sports HuffPost
The goalkeeper tweeted a response to a video of the former Texas Tech star: "You don’t belong in a sport that aims to unite and bring people together.”
Abigail Disney told the Yahoo News show “Through Her Eyes” that a worker sent her a Facebook (FB) message expressing how tragic being employed at the Magic Kingdom has become. “Every single one of these people I talked to were saying, 'I don't know how I can maintain this face of joy and warmth when I have to go home and forage for food in other people's garbage,'” Disney, 59, told Yahoo News host and human rights activist Zainab Salbi in an interview posted Monday. Disney is the granddaughter of the late Roy Disney, who co-founded The Walt Disney Co. (DIS) with his brother, Walt Disney.
- World The Independent
Lots of people like to show off their new photographs when they get home from a foreign trip, and Donald Trump is no different.Visitors to the White House have noticed a handful of photographs hanging on the walls, showing the president in action overseas. People have also commented on the intriguing juxtaposition; the president with North Korean dictator at the DMZ, next to one of him with the Queen during his state visit to Britain last month.“New photos hung on West Wing walls today include Kim Jong-un,” tweeted Jennifer Jacobs, a senior White House reporter for Bloomberg News, posting an image of the new photographs.The photographs show Mr Trump inspecting the demilitarised zone (DMZ) that separates North Korea and South Korea; one of his stepping inside North Korea with Kim Jong-un, and one attending events to mark the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy.The fourth image shows Mr Trump and the first lady, Melania Trump, alongside the Queen and Prince Charles, standing erect and clapping.Ms Jacobs’ tweet suggested the photographs mounted on the White House wall contained no captions. New photos hung on West Wing walls today include Kim Jong Un. pic.twitter.com/mW023luHfn - Jennifer Jacobs (@JenniferJJacobs) July 15, 2019It is known, however, how the president feels about many of the individuals he is photographed alongside. While he recently attacked British prime minister and her approach to Brexit, he did offer praise for the head of state. “The good news for the wonderful United Kingdom is that they will soon have a new prime minister,” he tweeted earlier this month, amid controversy over leaked diplomatic cables.“While I thoroughly enjoyed the magnificent state visit last month, it was the Queen who I was most impressed with.”People have also noted the president has often gushed over the North Korean leader, referring to “beautiful letters” he has received from Pyongyang. When he took 20 steps inside North Korea last month, becoming the first siting US president to do so, he asked Mr Kim: “Would you like me to step across? I am OK with it.”Mr Kim replied: “I never expected to meet you at this place.”
- World The Telegraph
Investigators looking into the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 have discovered a “mysterious 200lb load” added to the flight list after take-off, according to an engineer whose wife and two children were on board. Ghyslain Wattrelos said the cargo was revealed in a report on the passengers and baggage by French investigators. Mr Wattrelos, who believes the flight was deliberately downed, told Le Parisien newspaper: “It was also learned that a mysterious load of 89 kilos was added to the flight list after take-off. A container was also overloaded, without anyone knowing why. It may be incompetence or manipulation. Everything is possible. This will be part of the questions for the Malaysians.” MH370 became one of the world’s greatest aviation mysteries when it vanished with 239 people on board en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8, 2014. French investigators who examined flight data at Boeing’s headquarters in Seattle believe that the pilot was in control of the airliner “right up to the end”. A modern mystery | Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Mr Wattrelos said the investigators told him the data “lends weight” to the theory that the pilot crashed into the sea in a murder-suicide, although they stressed that there was no proof. The investigators expect it to take up to a year to examine the data fully. However, some experts believe a hijack by a stowaway is a possibility and the mysterious load could lend credence to the theory. Tim Termini, an aviation security specialist, told Channel 5 earlier this month: “It’s highly likely that a hijack took place and again, there’s four options for the hijack. "One is the hijack of the aircraft through a crew member. The second is a hijack coming from a passenger. A third option, which is a fairly unusual one, would be a stowaway. And then of course the fourth option is an electrical takeover of the aircraft from a ground-based station.” Mr Wattrelos, 54, who has led a campaign to find out what happened to the flight, acknowledged that “there is a risk that I may never learn the full truth.”