Southern Daily Echo
10 minutes
POLICE are hunting two men who broke into the Spinnaker Tower and base jumped off it.
Sky News
18 minutes
scare -- Trafalgar Square. Could ask you to step back, because I sold to leave you with this image as needed to break. National Gallery in the background there. We're.
BBC News 24
23 minutes
probably GCHQ who will need to use analytical software to break down the picture of exactly who he was in contact with, all the way through. Although it sounds complex, it's actually relatively straightforward. They are very practised at.
RT YouTube
32 minutes
RT YouTube
32 minutes
Daily Mail - Sport
an hour
The Rock, whose real name is Dwayne Johnson, claims to have come close to beating the record for longest golf drive ever while taking a break from filming the HBO TV show Ballers.
The Event Chronicle
an hour
By Justin Deschamps Earlier today, on March 22nd, a significant occult date and the beginning of what is known as the forty day season of sacrifice, the Westminster terror incident took place, as was reported. The attack involved a man driving into a crowd of pedestrians outside of the House of Parliament, hitting 12 and injuring ten in the process. After slamming his vehicle into a railing, he managed to break into the building and stabbed a police officer before being gunned down by armed guards. UK authorities declared the incident a terror attack, but have offered no suspects and no subversive group has claimed responsibility as of yet. This event took place on the one-year anniversary of the Brussels attacks . Coincidence? Related The 40-Day Season of Sacrifice: March (19th or 22nd) to May 1st | Manipulating the Collective Consciousness of Humanity Using Mass Black Magic Rituals According to The Mirror , the following image was captured of the gunned down suspect as he was being taken into an ambulance shortly after police shot him at around 2:30 pm local time.
Design Milk - Interior Design
an hour
Apartment XIV is a modest 80 square meter (approx. 861 square feet) apartment in a 150 year old Haussmannian building owned by a young couple with an adorable dog. They hired Studio Razavi Architecture to redefine the space and to update it for their modern taste and lifestyle. The kitchen's backsplash got its own intervention with geometric marble pieces fit together like a mosaic puzzle. The pieces were scraps leftover at a marble quarry in Portugal. The classic Parisian layout wasn't working so the architect decided to break up the space with geometric structures that not only add more functionality to the apartment, but they change how the apartment looks and flows. The new elements were made from wood fiber panels by Valchromat due to them being budget-friendly as well as easy to use and cut on-site. Above the bathroom, they incorporated a sleeping loft for guests, ensuring that no space was left unused.
Windows Blog
an hour
In a recent post , we outlined the layered strategy that the Microsoft Edge security team employs to protect you from vulnerabilities that could be used to compromise your device or personal data. In particular, we showed how Microsoft Edge is leveraging technologies like Code Integrity Guard (CIG) and Arbitrary Code Guard (ACG) to break some of the techniques that hackers rely on when exploiting vulnerabilities to obtain Remote Code Execution (RCE). This is where the attacker seeks to escape from web code (JS and HTML) in the browser to run native CPU code of the attacker’s choosing. This lets the attacker violate all of the browser’s rules for the web, such as same-origin policy , and so it is important to web users that we try as hard as possible to block RCE attacks. However, despite our best efforts, sometimes attackers get RCE anyway. In this post, we’ll explore some of the significant improvements we’ve made in the Windows 10 Creators Update to strengthen our next line of defense: the Microsoft Edge sandbox.
Design Sponge
an hour
Spring is officially here (hooray!) and I've been patiently watching our trees outside for budding signs of life. Not only am I ready for some fresh flowers and the smell of spring , but I'm ready for COLOR, big-time. Until those first blooms break through the soil, I've been indulging in some major color therapy in the form of Patrix15 s incredible Instagram feed. Every day a beautiful new candy-colored home is added from one of San Francisco's historic neighborhoods. From sunshine yellow row homes in Pacific Heights to neon painted ladies near Alamo Square, these homes are the perfect dose of color to get you excited for spring and spring paint touch-ups! Click here to check out and follow Patrix's feed online. xo, grace All photos above and below the jump by Patrix15
Sky News
an hour
We will dig more into the background of killer, Ca hid -- Khalid Masood after this break
Breitbart News
an hour
Kristi Yamaguchi is either an extremely gracious woman with nothing but the best of intentions, or is literally a Jedi-level master in the dark arts of Twitter savagery.
TechCrunch
an hour
A new startup called CALA aims to make it easier for new designers to break into the fashion business by offering everything needed to run their e-commerce operations from production to delivery. In addition, CALAs new mobile app where this apparel is sold is upending the traditional way garment sizes are created and fitted by way of 3D body scanning technology. The result Read More
Phys.Org
an hour
Nottingham Evening Post
an hour
It may not be Friday, but it is time for another Nottingham Forest webchat just one day earlier than normal, due to the international break. The big news in the last few days has been the fact that Matty Fryatt has quietly returned to training, with a light seemingly at the end of the tunnel for the striker after two years of injury misfortune. An Achilles injury had seen the 31-year-old sidelined since March 2015, with the former Walsall, Leicester, Hull and Sheffield Wednesday...
Breitbart News
2 hours
Sky News
2 hours
we will take a break. More from Kay Burley live at Westminster
Daily Mail - USA
2 hours
London has seen German planes try to bomb it into submission, writes PIERS MORGAN. Now Islamic extremists think they too can bring London to its knees and break us. Well they can't.
Daily Mail - Piers Morgan
2 hours
London has seen German planes try to bomb it into submission, writes PIERS MORGAN. Now Islamic extremists think they too can bring London to its knees and break us. Well they can't.
Daily Express - Football
2 hours
Lancashire Evening Post - Sport
2 hours
It may be the international break but Dave Seddon and Adam Lord still sat down for their weekly PNE Q&A.
Washingtons Blog
2 hours
INTRODUCTION This question’s importance derives from its concerning the validity, or not , of the rationale for the economic sanctions against Russia, and of the NATO military buildup against Russia on Russia’s borders (which latter buildup now threatens World War III ). Nothing is more important than this. On the American/NATO side of this dispute, both the sanctions and the military buildup against Russia have been alleged to be justified responses to Russia’s ‘conquest’ of Crimea, from Ukraine. However, Russia contends that there was no such ‘conquest’ of Crimea, and that Crimeansseparation from Ukraine and joining Russia was instead an entirely voluntary act by Crimeans — a fulfillment by Crimeans of their fundamental right of self-determination of peoples — and that it was precipitated by what Russia alleges to have been a “coup” in Ukraine that overthrew the democratically elected Ukrainian President for whom 75% of Crimeans had voted, and so created a suddenly intensified desire of Crimeans to break away from Ukraine, and to rejoin with Russia, of which Crimea had been a part until Crimea was involuntarily transferred from Russia to Ukraine by the Soviet dictator Nikita Khrushchev in 1954.
Bleacher Report
2 hours
It was Dajuan who made sure he was on the best AAU teams and competing in the country's top summer events. And it was Dajuan who convinced Sindarius to transfer to Oak Hill Academy in Virginia for his senior season, knowing that the instruction and exposure he'd receive would elevate his game to a new level. The decision certainly wasn't easy. Priester remembers watching Sindarius break down while informing his teammates of his intentions during a hastily called meeting in Room 222 of Lancaster High School. Sharicka recalls Sindarius wanting to back out of his plans shortly before it was time for him to make a move. And Frank Martin, South Carolina's coach, was taken aback by how difficult of a time Thornwell had making the move. "It's the thing that stood out to me the most about his recruitmentthe thing that made me like him the most," Martin says.
BBC News 24
2 hours
That will be particularly chilly. A different story across northern England. Lower temperatures. The winds are lighter. We have got more sunshine. Actually, it probably feels more pleasant. Through the morning, into the afternoon, that strong -ish wind will push the clouds away. Will break up. The last place to see the clouds break up will.