US Air Force drone documents found for sale on the dark web for $200

You never quite know what you’ll find on the dark web. In June, a threat intelligence team known as Insikt Group at security research firm Recorded Future discovered the sale of sensitive U.S. military information in the course of monitoring criminal activity on dark web marketplaces. Insikt explains that an English-speaking hacker purported to have documentation on the MQ-9 Reaper unmanned aerial vehicle. Remarkably, the hacker appears to have been…

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There’s A Life-Changing Eclipse Happening In July, And This Is What It Will Mean For Each Sign

On the evening of July 27, there will be a total lunar eclipse, which is when Earth completely blocks the sun’s light from reaching the moon, making it appear as though the moon has disappeared. Though all eclipses are powerful, this is especially potent, because it’s going to be the longest of the entire century. Lunar eclipses represent a time in which to reset your emotions and to clear away…

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Airline managers give their 9 top tips for stress-free flying

Iryna Rasko / Shutterstock Flying can be an exciting start to a holiday or business trip if you have enough time to plan ahead. Organising your hand luggage and staying hydrated can greatly improve your flying experience. Five international airline managers spoke to Business Insider about what they do to ensure their travels are as smooth as possible. Getting from A to B by flying can be an exhilarating way…

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Starbucks Banning Straws Won’t Clean Up the Ocean, but It’s Still a Big Deal

This story was originally published by The New Republic and appears here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. To have an honest conversation about the ocean plastics crisis, one must accept two hard truths. The first is that the situation is dire: Every year, more than 8 million metric tons of plastic waste gets lost at sea, where it breaks down into microplastics that kill marine life. The second is that solving the problem will be…

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No Passport Required: 4 Global Etsy Trends for Your Home and How to Rock Them

We hope you like the products we recommend. Just so you are aware, Freshome may collect a share of sales from the links on this page.  Travel is something we do to get away from it all, but it looks like the buyers at Etsy want to bring that travel-adventure vibe into their home. According to Etsy trends expert Dayna Issom Johnson, “Etsy searches for ‘international’ are on the rise.”…

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The Ultimate Guide to Tanzania: A Safari and Beach Vacation in One

If you’ve been dreaming of going on a wildlife safari, Tanzania should be high on your travel bucket list. The East African country is home to some of the best national parks for spotting the Big Five (elephants, rhinos, lions, leopards and buffalo)—as well as gorgeous white sand beaches, so you can peel off your dusty safari clothes and end your vacation with a coconut in hand. On a recent…

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These are the most on-time airlines in the US

Louis Nastro/Reuters OAG, a provider of air travel data, released its latest list of On-Time Performance Star Ratings.  They ranked airlines with a minimum of 600 operations per month based on their on-time arrivals. Out of 15 airlines to receive five stars, only one US carrier earned a top rating — Hawaiian Airlines.  Alaska Airlines, Delta, and United earned four stars.   JetBlue, surprisingly, came in last for the U.S. airlines, likely…

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A woman is now in charge of Miss America and she’s killing the swimsuit round

Meghann Fahy, Katie Stevens, and Aisha Dee: The women of ‘The Bold Type.’ Image: philippe bosse/Freeform If you aren’t watching The Bold Type, you are missing out. The show is millennial utopia; feminist, progressive, positive, all packaged with a frothy style thanks to production network Freeform. This is the story of best friends Jane (Katie Stevens), Kat (Aisha Dee), and Sutton (Meghann Fahy), three young women in the New York…

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Thailand cave diver tells Elon Musk to ‘stick his submarine where it hurts’

Elon Musk’s attempt to play hero did not impress the actual heroes. Image: Getty Images/joshua lott One of the British divers who helped rescue the Thai soccer team just confirmed what many suspected about Elon Musk’s somewhat bizarre attempt at helping: It was never going to work. In an interview with CNN, British diver Vern Unsworth called Musk’s submarine “just a PR stunt” that “had absolutely no chance of working.”…

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World Cup Final blamed for rail delays

Image copyright PA Image caption Passengers are being advised to check websites for revised timetables Train passengers have been warned to expect disruption on Sunday due to staff shortages caused by hot weather and the World Cup Final. Great Western Railway (GWR) warned a “significant number” of its trains would be without crew. Northern, which will operate an amended timetable, said some of its staff were not required to work…

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