Wijet Is Closing Its U.K. Operations, Changing Its Business Model

Wijet is pursuing a model similar to Wheels Up and Surf Air, planning to outsource operations of its aircraft to third-party operators. However, it’s unclear what closing its Blink division in the U.K. will mean for customers who have purchased jet cards or prepaid for charter flights.

Malaysia’s former ruling party picks old hand as new president

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – Malaysia’s former ruling party picked a familiar face as its new leader on Saturday, as they grapple with a spectacular defeat in a May general election that pushed them from power after more than 60 years.

World Cup 2018: Kylian Mbappe emerges on world stage as Lionel Messi departs

As Lionel Messi departs the World Cup – possibly for the last time – Kylian Mbappe announces himself on the world’s biggest stage.

The Bucket List Family Finds A Permanent Home In Hawaii After 3 Years Of Nomadic Travel With Kids

The Bucket List Family became social media sensations after Garrett Gee, a young Utah husband with two kids, sold his scanning app to Snapchat for $54 million. They sold all their possessions and set off in 2015 to travel the world with their children. Now, three years later its time to settle down.

World Cup 2018: Edinson Cavani seals Uruguay victory against Portugal

Edinson Cavani’s superb strike restores Uruguay’s lead against Portugal and sends them into the the quarter-finals of the 2018 World Cup.

Senior U.S. diplomat for Asia Susan Thornton to retire – State Department

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The senior U.S. diplomat for Asia, Susan Thornton, will retire at the end of July, the State Department said on Saturday, in the midst of critical negotiations with North Korea and China.