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  • NZ Social Media: It is now illegal in New Zealand to view, possess, or distribute video of the Christchurch massacre. That comes as dozens of companies are considering pulling ads on Facebook as fallout over the role of social media in the attack continues. NZ Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern called on social media platforms to take responsibility for what is on their sites, saying: “They are the publisher, not just the postman.” Read more here.

  • Tram Shooting: Three people were killed and five hurt when a man opened fire on a tram in the Dutch city of Utrecht. Police are holding a Turkish-born suspect. Read more here.

  • Midwest Flooding: Vice President Pence will travel to Nebraska today to survey flood damage. Rivers have reached historic levels at 41 locations in the catastrophic flooding, which has killed at least four people. The Army Corp. of Engineers said 200 miles of levees in Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, and Missouri have been breached, and an Army base near Omaha had to be evacuated. Read more [here]

  • Daily Aspirin: Low-dose aspirin should not be prescribed to most healthy adults as a way to ward off cardiovascular disease, according to new guidelines released by the American Heart Association. That’s a major reversal from an age-old recommendation that older adults should take aspirin every day, even if they’re healthy, to reduce their risk of heart attacks. Doctors now say the risk of internal bleeding outweighs the benefits. Read more here.

  • Tech: New iPads: Apple surprised customers Monday with the release of two new iPads: an iPad Air and iPad Mini. Both will work with Apple Pencil. The new Air is 10.5 inches and has a “70 percent performance boost.” The Mini has the same specs as the Air and has a brighter screen. Read more here.

  • Tech: Google Gaming: It appears Google is getting into online gaming. The tech giant is expected to announce a new streaming gaming service today. Read more here.

  • MySpace Oops: MySpace lost as much as 12 years worth of user-generated content during a server migration. The one-time social-media giant said it accidentally deleted every piece of content uploaded to the site before 2016, which includes 50 million tracks from 14 million artists that used MySpace to host their music. Read more here.

  • Super Bloom: A California city had to shut down the site of its “super bloom” of poppies because too many people wanted to see it, and of course, take selfies with the flowers. The wild poppies create an explosion of flowers in Lake Elsinore’s Walker Canyon. See the pics here.

  • Amy Schumer: Amy Schumer’s husband is on the autism spectrum. In the comedian’s upcoming Netflix special, she says “I knew from the beginning that my husband’s brain was a little different than mine.” Read more here.

  • Spotted: Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio in a poster for the upcoming Quentin Tarantino Manson family movie "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood." Some social media users are criticizing its “photoshopped” appearance and saying it looks like a rom-com. See it here.

  • Middle-Finger Salute: An appeals court has affirmed that giving the middle finger to a police officer is a protected form of free speech. The case arose after a woman was given a ticket for speeding, then flipped off a cop, who pulled her over again and increased the fine. Read more here.

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