Key Brexit vote gets defeated in Parliament.
“Not my fault!” — Trump runs away from loser Moore.
Fed raises interest rates.
White House aide escorted off the premises to “pursue other opportunities.”
Obamacare sign-ups surge as deadline approaches.
L.A. fire started in homeless encampment.
NY bombing suspect warned Trump on Facebook.
Fears grow in U.S. over Brexit.
R.I.P. San Francisco Mayor Edwin Lee.
Today’s Stupid: No, you don’t need a bible to take an oath of office.
Bomber tries to attack Port Authority building in New York.
It’s Election Day in Alabama.
Russia begins troop withdrawal from Syria.
Scientists report breakthrough in ending Huntington’s Disease.
Tigers Alan Trammell and Jack Morris make it to Cooperstown.
New evacuations ordered as California wildfires spread.
Arab states demand reversal of Trump Jerusalem decision.
Iraq claims the war with ISIS is over.
House could subpoena Trump Jr.
Two ancient tombs uncovered in Egypt.
No one could have predicted clashes over Trump’s Jerusalem move.
Evacuations expand in face of California wildfires.
Ex-cop gets jail time for shooting unarmed black man.
GE to shed 12,000 jobs.
Trump Jr. had “amnesia” during testimony.
O Jerusalem: Trump makes it official.
Wildfires surround Los Angeles area freeway; threaten Getty Villa.
Pressure mounts on Al Franken to resign.
Putin to run again; maybe he’ll throw his own election.
TIME magazine honors #MeToo as person of the year.
The Mideast is in turmoil over Trump’s plan to move the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem.
Mueller goes after Trump’s Deutsch Banke records.
Mass evacuations in the Ventura County wildfires in California.
Russia banned from 2018 Olympics.
Rep. John Conyers (D-MI) retires from Congress in wake of accusations of sexual assaults.
Argentina ends search for missing submarine.
Outrage grows in Britain over Trump’s retweets.
GOP holdouts cave on tax bill.
Bette Midler vs. Geraldo Rivera over his defense of Matt Lauer.
R.I.P. Jim Nabors, 87, portrayed Gomer Pyle on TV.
Hurricane season is officially over, and not a minute too soon.
Rabbit, rabbit, rabbit.
Trump perpetuates far-right propaganda.
Balkan war criminal commits suicide in court.
U.S. considering moving embassy in Israel.
NBC fires Matt Lauer over sexual assault complaint.
Garrison Keillor let go for “inappropriate behavior.”
North Korea launches an ICBM.
Democrats cancel meeting with Trump after twit-threats.
Jury acquits Libyan of most serious Benghazi charge.
Judge declines to remove Trump’s pick for CFPB.
What’s in a (royal) name?
Australia votes 61.6% in favor of same-sex marriage.
Senate questions Trump’s access to nuclear powers.
Four killed in California gun rampage.
Sessions recalls meeting that discussed Russia meeting.
First hajib-wearing Barbie released.
Strong earthquake strikes Iran/Iraq border.
Trump backtracks comment about Putin and meddling.
Texas shooting reveals gaps in background check process.
Tweets and Asia don’t mix.
R.I.P. Liz Smith, legendary gossip columnist.
U.S. imposes new travel restrictions to Cuba.
Chinese gas deal raises ethical questions for Commerce Secretary Ross.
Justice Department has new demands on AT&T/Time Warner merger.
Germany to recognize third gender.
Obama reports for jury duty. (Bet he didn’t have to watch “The Proposal” again.)
Big night and good news for Democrats in Virginia and New Jersey.
Texas gunman escaped from a mental hospital; still able to buy a gun.
ACLU goes after Taylor Swift for threatening blogger.
Charges dropped against woman who laughed at Sessions hearing.
R.I.P. Gemini and Apollo astronaut Dick Gordon, 88.
The Air Force failed to notify the FBI of the Texas shooter’s history.
Trump says Japan could shoot down North Korea’s missiles.
Brexit brain drain: Professionals leave for Europe.
It’s election day in Virginia and New Jersey.
Florida State suspends all fraternity/sorority activities indefinitely.
Texas church shooting death toll at 26.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross has connections to sanctioned Russians.
Saudi prince killed in helicopter crash.
Ex-Catalan leader surrenders to police.
The Queen’s trust has cash holdings offshore.
David Corn reports in Mother Jones that Russian hackers broke into the Trump cyber network.
Four years ago, the Trump Organization experienced a major cyber breach that could have allowed the perpetrator (or perpetrators) to mount malware attacks from the company’s web domains and may have enabled the intruders to gain access to the company’s computer network. Up until this week, this penetration had gone undetected by President Donald Trump’s company, according to several internet security researchers.
In 2013, a hacker (or hackers) apparently obtained access to the Trump Organization’s domain registration account and created at least 250 website subdomains that cybersecurity experts refer to as “shadow” subdomains. Each one of these shadow Trump subdomains pointed to a Russian IP address, meaning that they were hosted at these Russian addresses. (Every website domain is associated with one or more IP addresses. These addresses allow the internet to find the server that hosts the website. Authentic Trump Organization domains point to IP addresses that are hosted in the United States or countries where the company operates.) The creation of these shadow subdomains within the Trump Organization network was visible in the publicly available records of the company’s domains.
There’s much more in the article itself, but the first thing that occurs to me is blackmail.
New York City attack suspect charged with terrorism.
Russian trolls’ social media posts shown.
Britain’s defense secretary resigns after improper behavior.
California hostage crisis ends with death of suspect.
San Juan mayor to Trump: You can’t handle the truth.
The Astros won the World Series!
Eight killed in truck attack in New York City.
Spain court summons fired Catalan leader.
Odinga rejects “sham” Kenya election re-run.
Parent barricades school, holds teacher hostage in California.
Tech titans testify before Senate about Russian propaganda.
Rabbit, rabbit, rabbit.
Niger attack was a set-up by terrorists, according to the Pentagon.
Heat and wind in California raise fire danger to extremes.
One word from Trump throws wrench into Bergdahl’s sentence hearing.
238 areas bid to be Amazon’s second headquarters.
Gigantic lava tubes could be home for moon colonists.