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  • Welcome to the World: The Name: The new royal baby has a name (but, notably, not an aristocratic title): Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle introduced baby Archie to the world in a brief but adorable appearance at Windsor Castle. The newest royal slept right through it. Watch.

  • Welcome to the World: The Photo Op: Meghan bucked tradition by not doing a photo call and showing Archie to the world just hours after his birth. Many women also noticed (and applauded) Meghan sporting a baby bump. The Washington Post looks at “the subtle but important message Duchess Meghan is sending new moms about giving birth.” Read it.

  • American Heros: For the second time in a week, a victim of a school shooting is being lauded as a hero for attacking an active shooter. Police say the senior who died in Tuesday’s shooting in Colorado, Kendrick Castillo, rushed the gunman, allowing others to escape. Castillo would have finished classes tomorrow. Brendan Bialy, another senior who was a Marine recruit, also helped disarm the shooter.CBS News.

  • Mueller: Executive Privilege: The Trump administration has asserted executive privilege over all aspects of the Mueller report, calling it a “protective assertion.” This comes amid calls from congressional Democrats to see the entire report from the special counsel; the publicly released version contained redactions. NPR.

  • Mueller: Subpoena: The Republican-led Senate Intelligence Committee has subpoenaed Donald Trump Jr. to answer questions about previous testimony he made regarding the Russia investigation. It’s the first time one of the president’s children has been sent a subpoena by Congress. CBS News.

  • North Korea: North Korea launched an “unidentified projectile” today, according to South Korea. It’s the second launch in a week. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is said to have observed the launch; this latest incident comes about two months after President Trump met with Kim for the second time. NBC News.

  • Drug Prices: The Trump administration will require pharmaceutical makers to disclose the price of their drugs in television commercials for the first time. Beginning this summer, any prescription drug that costs more than $35 for a month’s supply will have to come with a price tag on its televised ads. Rising drug costs have become a rare bipartisan issue in Washington, as spending on drugs has tripled since 1992. Politico.

  • Walmart Cigs: You’ll have to be at least 21 years old to buy cigarettes and e-cigarettes at Walmart beginning July 1. Currently the minimum age at Walmart is 18, except for states where the legal age is 21. The company also says it’s going to completely stop selling fruit and dessert-flavored e-cigarette products. In April the FDA said Walmart had a violation rate around 17 percent for illegally selling tobacco to minors. CNBC.

  • Playoff Update: The Boston Celtics were eliminated from the playoffs by the Milwaukee Bucks in a blowout. But the real drama was in the Western Conference, when Golden State superstar Kevin Durant left the Warriors’ Game 5 victory over the Rockets with a calf injury. He’ll get an MRI today and is unlikely for Game 6. See the play.

  • Amanda Knox: Amanda Knox will make her first trip to Italy since she was convicted, jailed, and then eventually freed in the killing of her former roommate. Knox was invited to address a conference on behalf of the Italy Innocence Project and has accepted. She’ll be speaking about the role of the media in false imprisonments on June 15 in the city of Modena. NBC News.

  • Comeback: Billy Bush has landed his first on-air hosting gig since the infamous Access Hollywood tape torpedoed his career. Bush will host Extra Extra, a new iteration of the Extra entertainment show hosted by Mario Lopez. Bush says the Access tape, in which President Trump is heard bragging about groping women with Bush egging him on, doesn’t define his life. Extra Extra premieres in September. People.

  • Amy Schumer: Archie isn’t the only famous new baby in the world. Amy Schumer and her husband Chris Fischer revealed the name and photo of their brand-new bundle of joy, who they dubbed “our royal baby:” Gene Attell Fischer, born just hours before Meghan Markle went into labor. See pic.

  • Let’s Talk About Sex: Couples are having less sex, according to a new study. The reason? One researcher suggests it’s thanks to the “sheer pace of modern life.” The large study looked at the sex lives of more than 34,000 people. USA Today.

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