Princess Charlotte stole the show at King Charles’ coronation

The young princess looked absolutely adorable at her grandfather’s coronation.

While all of the attention was on King Charles and Queen Camilla at Saturday’s coronation at Westminster Abbey in London, England, Princess Charlotte stole the show. The eight-year-old is the daughter of King Charles’ eldest son, William and his wife Kate Middleton.

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Clad in a pristine white dress with a gorgeous cape that includes floral detail on the front, Charlotte and her brother Louis behaved admirably at their grandfather’s big event. Charlotte also matched her mother’s floral tiara headpiece as the whole family looked stunning from entrance to throughout the actual crowning.

See the coronation moment King Charles was officially crowned

King Charles is officially King of England following his coronation.

King Charles was officially crowned at his coronation early Saturday morning, marking the first such event in 70 years. Charles took over the duties of the position when Queen Elizabeth III passed in September of 2022. In an event filled with pomp, circumstance, bejeweled crowns and very elaborate robes, Charles and his wife, Camilla, were anointed King and Queen Consort of England.

MORE: King Charles’ coronation: Everything you need to know from schedule to guest list

It was a beautiful affair as members of the Royal Family — including Princes William and Harry — watched in the crowd.

Check out some of the best photos from the crowning of King Charles.

Digital investigators caught the Pentagon leaker with a Steam account

The FBI arrested a 21-year-old suspect in the Pentagon Discord leak, and investigators used Steam and a kitchen counter to do it

The FBI arrested a 21-year-old suspect in the Pentagon Discord leak, using Steam and a kitchen counter to do it. The New York Times said National Guard IT specialist Jack Teixeira was arrested on April 13, 2023, for allegedly leaking sensitive military documents, including some pertaining to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

The documents were contained on Discord until March 2023, when the FBI was made aware of the leaks after some appeared on a Minecraft server. It was a team of New York Times investigators who identified Teixeira as the alleged culprit.

“A breakthrough in our investigation came when the team identified a Steam profile in Airman Teixeira’s name that led to an Instagram profile with photos of the exact location where leaked docs were photographed — a kitchen countertop in his childhood home,” New York Times visual investigator Christiaan Triebert said on Twitter.

The New York Times says Teixeira ran a Discord server called Thug Shaker Central, where he reportedly discussed “guns, racist memes, and video games” with its 20-30 members. An unnamed member of that server told The Washington Post that Teixeira began sharing classified information in 2022 in an attempt to educate Thug Shaker members about the U.S. government’s actions. Teixeira may have shared hundreds of documents in the server, all while playing games.

“He’s a smart person,” the member said. “He knew what he was doing when he posted these documents, of course. These weren’t accidental leaks of any kind.”

Another member told The New York Times that Teixeira wasn’t a whistleblower motivated by a sense of moral outrage, but that he wanted to show them “what war really is.” Teixeira is currently detained, pending a hearing on April 19, 2023, where he faces two counts of violating the espionage act.

Written by Josh Broadwell on behalf of GLHF.

LSU’s White House invitation saga: A complete timeline involving Angel Reese, Kim Mulkey, Jill Biden and more

Here is everything you need to know about LSU’s White House invitation.

The NCAA women’s college basketball tournament was one of the most thrilling competitions in recent memory, and it ended with utter madness.

LSU defeated Iowa, 102-85, in the national championship title game Sunday. Both teams enjoyed very exciting runs during the entirety of the tournament, especially thanks to standout performances from LSU’s Angel Reese, as well as Iowa’s Caitlin Clark.

This was one of those tournaments you would want to watch on repeat if you could. But it was LSU who cut down the nets when it was all said and done, becoming national champions for the first time in program history.

But since the Tigers’ title, there’s been some controversy involving them, first lady Dr. Jill Biden and the team’s potential celebratory visit to the White House. Let us explain what happened with a detailed timeline…

The 10 funniest sports jokes about Kevin McCarthy’s struggle to become House Speaker

So many jokes here.

As of Friday morning, there is no Speaker of the House of Representatives.

Congress has been through 11 attempts to vote over the past few days on who will take the position as a group of Republicans continue to draw a line in the sand in an attempt to prevent Kevin McCarthy from becoming Speaker.

And that continued failure to vote McCarthy — or anyone else nominated — has produced a heaping amount of jokes on Twitter, including many that fold in the sports world.

We’ve collected those to share as we head into another day that could be filled with more rounds of voting:

Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley, several MA politicians draft resolution to honor Boston Celtics legend Bill Russell

The resolution pays homage to the life and legacy of the Celtics legend.

Representative Ayanna Pressley and several other elected officials from the state of Massachusetts put together a House Resolution honoring the life and legacy of Boston Celtics Hall of Fame big man Bill Russell this week.

Russell passed away at the end of last July and was one of the true national treasures of the modern world. The Celtic great not only contributed to society as his sport’s ultimate winner with a total of 11 NBA titles to his name amongst countless other accolades but also used his platform at great personal risk to help others in the US Civil Rights movement and many other causes right up to the present day.

From the resolution drafted by Congresswoman Pressley:

How Bob Cousy and the Boston Celtics helped shape Massachusetts AG and gubernatorial candidate Maura Healey

Basketball (and being a point guard) played a major role in making Healey who she is today.

Long before she was a candidate for the governorship of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, state Attorney General Maura Healey was a point guard. And Healey was a fan of Hall of Fame Boston Celtics floor general Bob Cousy at that, donning his No. 14 while playing for the Harvard University women’s basketball program.

That frame of mind followed her in her stops playing as a pro overseas in Austria, through her time at law school up to the present. When she waded into politics, Healey applied the logic of a point guard to how she does her job working for the state — by looking for the play that lifts everyone up.

Now, with Healey in the race to succeed Charlie Baker as governor, she is drawing on her roots in the sport to ground her campaign.

To talk over how the Celtics and basketball more broadly have shaped her career as a public servant — and of course to talk about the Celtics of today — Healey sat down with the hosts of the CLNS Media “Celtics Lab” podcast on a recent episode.

Be sure to check this episode out to hear about everything from how Jaylen Brown inspires her to the importance of being a Bill Russell over a Wilt Chamberlain.

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