- Politics HuffPost
The comedian blasted the Senate majority leader a day earlier for not doing enough to help 9/11 responders and their families.
- Celebrity The Daily Beast
Chris JacksonPrince Philip warned his grandson against marrying Meghan Markle, telling Prince Harry: “One steps out with actresses, one doesn’t marry them,” a new report claims.The straight-talking nonagenarian is said to have made the comment in 2017, after Prince William had also advised Harry to think about whether he was “sure” he wanted to rush into marriage to Meghan.The allegations were made in a report in The Sunday Times by society journalist Sophia Money-Coutts, a former writer at Tatler and daughter of retired private banker Crispin Money-Coutts, 9th Baron Latymer. Harry ignored the urgings of his family and proposed to Meghan in November, six months before they married. Other friends, such as Tom Inskip, also urged Harry to progress more slowly, and were punished by being excluded from the afterparty of Harry’s wedding.According to sources quoted by Money-Coutts: “Anybody who voiced any kind of reservation about Meghan has been sidelined.” She also quotes another source on the roots of the feud with his brother: “Harry felt like William and Kate didn’t make enough effort when Meghan arrived at Kensington Palace, that they didn’t roll out the red carpet for her.”It comes as the number of likes for a sepia-toned Father’s Day image shared on the Sussex Royal Instagram account of six-week-old Archie Harrison clutching the Duke of Sussex’s finger passed the two million mark. The caption for the picture reads: “Happy Father’s Day! And wishing a very special first Father’s Day to The Duke of Sussex.”The new image has been liked as many times as a picture of Archie’s feet posted on Mother’s Day, although an image of the queen and Meghan’s mom, Doria, gathered around the new family is heading inexorably toward three million likes. It has also been revealed that Archie will be christened in Windsor next month, although his godparents have not yet been announced.Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
- Sports Yahoo Canada Sports
The Golden State Warriors took out a full-page advertisement in the Toronto Star to congratulate the Raptors on winning the NBA championship.
- Celebrity Elle
Caitlyn Jenner Left Khloé Kardashian's Ex Tristan Thompson Out of Her Kardashian-Jenner Father's Day Tribute
Well, this is one way to make a statement.
- Politics HuffPost
The president trades barbs with the freshman lawmaker on Twitter.
- U.S. ABC News
A black employee at Boeing who says that he has found a noose hanging near his desk, signs near his workspace saying "n-----" and urine covering his desk on separate occasions says that his work life remains "degrading" even after he complained to management, he told ABC News. Curtis Anthony, a quality inspector since 2011 on the 787 Dreamliner at Boeing's North Charleston, South Carolina, plant, is suing the company for an alleged "racially hostile" work environment and for alleged retaliation after he complained about the alleged harassment.
- U.S. The National Interest
It’s an inescapable reality that in big institutions, people will sometimes overlook memos and misplace equipment.But that’s cold comfort to the U.S. Army, which is struggling to select a new handgun while also dealing with the fallout from its last, controversial pistol choice.That’s right - overlooked memos and misplaced equipment.This first appeared in 2016.In August 2015, the ground combat branch inspected its Beretta M-9 pistols to make sure the guns had key safety fixes. The Army was supposed to have finished upgrading all the guns … more than two decades ago.“During a training exercise, a soldier was injured when a slide failure resulted in the rear portion of the slide separating from the receiver and struck him in the face,” an official warning explained.“‘WARNING’: DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY TO SOLDIERS, OR DAMAGE TO ARMY EQUIPMENT WILL OCCUR IF THE INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MESSAGE ARE NOT FOLLOWED.”