"Tourists in Rome and Paris scaled back their sightseeing in sweltering temperatures on Tuesday, dousing themselves at fountains and cooling down with ice cream as a heatwave continued in continental Europe. For a custom daily brief of the latest stories from Reuters, try our Messenger news briefing: m.me/reuters"
"Can Western institutions defend themselves against elaborate cyber breaches? Reuters explains why the ‘Cloud Hopper’ attacks, in which Chinese hackers breached some of the world’s biggest technology service providers, calls that into question https://reut.rs/2ILgNoe"
""President Trump, I want you to look at this photo. These are not drug dealers, or vagrants, or criminals." Sen. Chuck Schumer speaks on the Senate floor in front of the horrific image of a father and daughter who drowned at the US-Mexico border. https://cnn.it/2IN1Xxk"
""And let me tell you something, for a New York City police officer to give up his badge, that's like somebody donating an organ, and Luis wanted the Senate majority leader to understand the importance of this and to be reminded that people are sick and dying," 9/11 first responder John Feal said"
"Several hundred people, including employees of Wayfair Inc, rallied in Boston on Wednesday to protest the online retailer's sale of furniture for a Texas detention facility housing migrant children. For a custom daily brief of the latest stories from Reuters, try our Messenger news briefing: m.me/reuters"
"Reuters investigates how some of the world’s technology service providers, including IBM and Fujitsu, were used as a launchpad for sophisticated cyber attacks linked to China – and how some firms undermined defense efforts against the hackers https://reut.rs/2IKQyy5"