"They're all alive."
— ABC News (@ABC) July 2, 2018
Found alive on 10th day, Thai boys wait to be brought safely out of flooded cave https://t.co/cACyjYeWmC
— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) July 3, 2018
Thai governor says boys, soccer coach trapped in flooded cave mostly in stable health. https://t.co/ujixkADTeO
— The Associated Press (@AP) July 3, 2018
Thai boys 'could be in cave for months' https://t.co/5A7Wmvd2rZ
— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) July 3, 2018
Thailand cave rescue: How can rescuers free the boys? https://t.co/Q0eyx0ckgq
— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) July 2, 2018
— Darlene Webb (@DWebb2pt0) July 3, 2018
Hey, FIFA: fly the rescued boys soccer team in for the World Cup Final and spare no expense.
Thanks. Don't make me ask about this again.
— Alex Heard (@alexheard) July 2, 2018
I remember early in Trump admin Bannon excitedly telling me this guy would be the next leader of Mexico. And me thinking he was nuts. https://t.co/JKiolHZ4Wo
— Jonathan Swan (@jonathanvswan) July 2, 2018
“Shepherding the Kim regime toward a more thorough disclosure would, however, shield Pyongyang from the consequences of its own bad faith, which raises a disturbing question: Has Washington already blinked?” https://t.co/W8eboGAU9V
— Noah Rothman (@NoahCRothman) July 3, 2018
Ireland's campaign for a seat on the United Nations Council was launched today @UN in New York, by @campaignforleo @simoncoveney, Mary Robinson, & @BonoVox_ from @U2 find out more at https://t.co/bo78mDHQp2 #IrelandUNSC #UNSC #GlobalIreland 🇮🇪 pic.twitter.com/XLTcO7f1Gg
— MerrionStreet.ie (@merrionstreet) July 2, 2018
World Health Organization says video game addiction is a disease. Why American psychiatrists don't https://t.co/iqbyZkdPiL
— Jeffrey Levin (@jilevin) July 3, 2018
That oh-so-dangerous place? The United States.https://t.co/m31lLwDK7V
— FCNL (Quakers) (@FCNL) July 3, 2018
Trump Isn’t Remaking The Supreme Court. Leonard Leo Is. https://t.co/rxK5kdSqd5
— Jennifer Bendery (@jbendery) July 2, 2018
When a president is under investigation, they should not be allowed to make an appointment to the Supreme Court. Period.
— Zephyr Teachout (@ZephyrTeachout) July 3, 2018
Trump nominated this guy to a federal judgeship. It came out that he’d blogged favorably about the KKK. He had to withdraw. So he went back to working at the Justice Department, where he was—wait for it—in charge of vetting judicial nominees. https://t.co/PuLDzK6NUZ by @smencimer
— Aaron Wiener (@aaronwiener) July 2, 2018
Harvard's Alan Dershowitz says defending Trump has made him a discrimination victim: "I have experienced this firsthand on Martha’s Vineyard. Old friends are shunning me and trying to ban me from their social life."
— John Harwood (@JohnJHarwood) July 2, 2018
My latest: “This is such a damn shitshow,” the union president told HuffPost, saying staff, inmates and detainees are all unsafe due to the staffing shortage and disease outbreaks. “This could have been prevented.”
— Lauren Weber (@LaurenWeberHP) July 3, 2018
In one fell sip, Seattle became the first major U.S. city to ban drinking straws, an environmentally friendly move that leaders hope will spark a nationwide conversation about small, everyday changes that people can make to protect the planet. https://t.co/JG2qmBPYeV
— Jade Walker (@jadewalker) July 3, 2018
Report: Federal Facebook probe now includes FBI, SEC. https://t.co/cCpOFuaRT1
— The Associated Press (@AP) July 3, 2018
So here's what private equity and its bankster friends are up to these days: taking advantage of poor people in ways that would shock the conscience of people who actually have a conscience. https://t.co/fuJW6mlkDo And Obama's treasury secretary is part of this.
— Dan Gillmor (@dangillmor) July 3, 2018
The FART Act will be followed by the Path Out Of Prosperity Act (POOP)
— Sarah Cooper (@sarahcpr) July 2, 2018
Unite vote tomorrow on a People's Vote. Len McCluskey said today that if the vote is Yes, then he will lobby to make sure Labour adopt that as their position. In that case we'll have an effective opposition to Brexit. This is not over.
PS: Told you so👇 pic.twitter.com/Q5Au8Wr5S9
— Matt Kelly (@mk1969) July 2, 2018
🍒 or 💥
Without a real concession from Brussels, a political crisis in the UK is all-but inevitable. That is the reality ahead of this week's Chequers summit. My Brexit Files insight today👇 https://t.co/j8OViq0EX7
— Tom McTague (@TomMcTague) July 2, 2018
It’s all going very well – as the Foreign and Commonwealth Office’s three most senior ministers use Twitter to air public split on Rees-Mogg’s Brexit ultimatums to PM.
Anyone know any diplomats? pic.twitter.com/vaX67dVe0f
— Faisal Islam (@faisalislam) July 2, 2018
“Brexit pessimism highest since vote” at 75% of chief financial officers of our key companies. I’m going to pin this Tweet as the worst yet for our future #PeoplesVotePetition #FBPE #UniteUnion pic.twitter.com/oOQJQ01TJZ
— Ed McMillan-Scott (@emcmillanscott) July 2, 2018
Leave or remain or not bothered, I don’t think brexit is about voters anymore. The government are blatantly, in plain sight, searching exclusively for a form of words or deal that does not fracture the Conservative Party. Or at least that’s my feeling. Does anybody disagree? https://t.co/UBFAnXNUmq
— Brian Cox (@ProfBrianCox) July 2, 2018
"You are coming here saying it is a scandal, the salaries that are paid, and you pay yourself a salary without doing any labour in your own committee" https://t.co/P6wWCnfwo1
— The New European (@TheNewEuropean) July 2, 2018