HAGUE RULES CHINA HAS NO CLAIM TO SOUTH CHINA SEA The international tribunal also ruled the country was violating the sovereign rights of the Philippines. [Reuters]
WHAT IT TAKES TO RESCUE 26 REFUGEES FROM THE MIDDLE OF THE SEA “Last month, The Huffington Post boarded a small Portuguese maritime police boat navigating these waters to get a first-hand look at how these travelers are identified and brought to safety.” Watch it all in360 degrees. [Willa Frej, HuffPost]
YOUR GMAIL ACCOUNT FOR A PIKACHU Inside the security risks of Pokemon Go. [Nick Visser, HuffPost]
GOOGLE’S PLACE IN THE CYBER TERRORISM FIGHT The company fights off over 4,000 state-sponsored cyber terrorism attacks a month. [Reuters]
AT LEAST 10 DEAD IN HEAD-ON TRAIN CRASH IN ITALY Dozens were injured in the deadly collision in the south of Italy. [Reuters]
THE UNDERREPORTING OF PHYSICIAN SEXUAL ABUSE “A yearlong investigation conducted by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution
SANDERS EXPECTED TO ENDORSE CLINTON TODAY As all the support goes Hillary Clinton’s way, Amanda Terkel takes a look at the “long, hard fight to finally get a woman at the top of the ticket.” [Amanda Terkel, HuffPost]
For more video news from The Huffington Post, check out this morning’s newsbrief.
UBER WANTS TO BE YOUR MASS TRANSIT “On Tuesday afternoon, Uber will begin offering a limited number of prepaid, multi-week passes to Manhattan commuters willing to share rides with other passengers.” [Slate]
EXAMINING THE PAY GAP FOR FEMALE DOCTORS Who earn on average $20,000 less than their male counterparts. [NYT]
TAYLOR SWIFT MADE A LOT OF MONEY LAST YEAR 170 million big ones in fact. That’s enough to buy a million-strong blow up swan fleet, but then again ― that’s so 2015. [Forbes]
THE iPHONE BUMP IS HERE TO STAY According to the latest leaks of what the iPhone 7 looks like. [Mashable]
MEET PUTIN’S NEMESIS How this man could “invent a new Russia from exile.” [Vanity Fair]
BEFORE YOU GO
~ This photo essay of girls battling anorexia in Poland will break your heart.
~ People still have a lot of feelings about the “Ghostbusters” remake.
~ New York Magazine has done us all a favor and created the “neurotic eater’s grocery list.”
~ The “snow ghosts” of post-Soviet Russia.
~ Why you grieve the loss of a dog so profoundly.
~ The summer comedy “subverting” male and female nudity tropes.
~ Behind the big raise for Starbucks employees.
~ Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk fight just like the rest of us. They’re just wearing designer clothes in the front rows of Wimbledon.
~ The frontrunners in the Emmy race (Aziz, you better take this one).
~ And make moves on the best deals for Amazon Prime Day.