PARIS (Reuters) - French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault said on Wednesday he would tell his Russian counterpart in Moscow that the situation in the Syrian city of Aleppo could not continue, describing Russia's action as "cynicism that fooled nobody". Ayrault, who is traveling to Moscow on Thursday, is seeking support for a United Nation's Security Council resolution to revive a ceasefire and allow humanitarian aid. "This situation is unacceptable, it is deeply shocking and shameful," he said on French television channel LCI. "France will not close its eyes and do nothing." (Reporting by John Irish, Editing by Leigh Thomas)
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
In a Republican gubernatorial debate full of cringe-worthy moments, this was the cringiest, creepiest, scariest moment of all. Be warned, America.
This says a lot, despite being only one word.
Justice Neil Gorsuch fumes that the Supreme Court 'failed' to 'honor this Nation's promises' as it rolled back tribal authority in Oklahoma
Gorsuch's dissenting opinion came as the nation's highest court handed more power to states over Native American lands.
GOP Rep. Ronny Jackson likely didn't receive the answers he was hoping for.
The Washington Examiner published the blistering editorial in the wake of bombshell testimony from the Jan. 6 committee hearings.
Trump's 'girth would prevent him from actually getting to the steering wheel' of his SUV, former Secret Service agent says: 'I don't see this president ever being able to do that. Ever.'
"Trump's not a little guy, right? And the space to actually be able to lunge towards the wheel is not that big," the former agent told Insider.
The famous public figure's meme centered on Donald Trump's apparent belief that he's entitled to grab whatever he wants.
- Business Insider
'Die-hard' Nintendo fan spent over $40,000 buying stock and then asked top executives why the company won't make more of a fan-favorite series
The person told Insider "I have been playing Nintendo games since I was a child" and called himself a "die-hard fan."
- Women's Health
Over Father's Day weekend, singer Miranda Lambert and husband Brendan McLoughlin weren't scared to show some PDA on Instagram.
- Consequence of Sound
The cover art apparently pays homage to the Renaissance painting of Lady Godiva, as well as Bianca Jagger's grand entrance on horseback at Studio 54 in 1977. Beyoncé Reveals Cover Art for Renaissance Alex Young
- The Telegraph
The Prince of Wales enjoyed a “very emotional” first meeting with his granddaughter, Lilibet, a senior royal aide has revealed.
- Golf Channel
ZJ isn't too concerned about how LIV will affect his Ryder Cup squad. Others, however, are more anxious about their future status.
Former White House chief of staff says Trump should be most worried about evidence the January 6 panel may have for obstruction of justice
Mick Mulvaney wrote an op-ed article saying Donald Trump could be the next politician to learn "it usually isn't the crime" but rather "the cover-up."
This isn't the first time he's been hospitalized.
- USA TODAY Sports - Golfweek
Day, who won the 2015 PGA Championship among his 12 Tour titles, is winless for more than three years.
The House Republican who led a rioter on a tour the day before the January 6 attack could lead the committee overseeing Capitol security
With Rodney Davis's loss to a Trump-backed challenger, Barry Loudermilk is now next in line to lead the committee if Republicans retake the House.
- Good Morning America
Kevin Bacon has officially joined in on the TikTok "Footloose" challenge. The actor, who played Ren McCormack in the 1984 classic, shared a video of himself trying out the viral dance challenge with his wife, actress Kyra Sedgwick, on Tuesday. The challenge is set to the film's theme song of the same name by Kenny Loggins.
- Rolling Stone
One of the witness tampering messages the Jan. 6 committee displayed on Tuesday was received by the former Mark Meadows aide, according to Punchbowl News
The Twitter account of the House Judiciary Committee Republicans had implied Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony before the Jan. 6 panel was "all hearsay."
- LA Times
Internal Justice Department communications show Meadows texted fraud allegations to the attorney general multiple times within ten days of the election