These are the headlines you Need 2 Know.

  • Helicopter Crash: A helicopter crash landed onto the roof of a midtown Manhattan skyscraper Monday, killing the pilot. Visibility at the time was poor. The crash led to a fire and the evacuation of buildings. Officials believe the incident was an accident and not terror-related. NBC NY.

  • Mueller Evidence: The Justice Department agreed to hand over evidence from the Mueller investigation to Congress, easing a standoff between the two institutions. The House Judiciary Committee is looking to see if the evidence collected during the two-year investigation can help determine whether President Trump committed obstruction of justice, which the special counsel refused to determine. CNN.

  • Da Vinci Mystery: A Leonardo DaVinci painting whose whereabouts have been a mystery since it was sold at auction two years ago for a record $450 million is reportedly being kept on a superyacht owned by the crown prince of Saudi Arabia. The painting, known as Salvatore Mundi, is aboard the 440-foot Serene until Saudi Arabia finds a place to display it. Artnet.

  • Plastic Ban: Canada will join the EU and a handful of U.S. states in banning most single-use plastics by 2021. Prime Minister Trudeau did not say which plastic products would be included in the ban, though the law will likely focus on bags. The World Economic Forum estimates there are 50 million tons of plastic in the world’s oceans, 90 percent of which comes from just 10 major rivers. BBC.

  • Gun Silencers: The Supreme Court will not consider whether gun silencers are protected under the Second Amendment, turning away challenges from two men The gunman in the May 31 mass shooting in Virginia used a gun with a silencer. The White House had urged the Court not to take up the issue. USA Today.

  • Border Data Breach: Customs and Border Protection officials say a cyberattack exposed photos of travelers into and out of the U.S. as well as their license plates. The attack was on a federal subcontractor in charge of capturing images of travelers at a single, unnamed border crossing. Those images are part of a growing facial-recognition database. Wash Post.

  • NBA: Finals: The Warriors refused to go down without a fight, beating the Raptors by a point to force a Game 6. Kevin Durant re-injured his right Achilles tendon in the second quarter, throwing his future into jeopardy. ESPN.

  • NBA: Retirement: Tony Parker announced his retirement from the NBA after 18 seasons. Parker won four titles with the San Antonio Spurs. The Undefeated.

  • Cuba Accused: Cuba Gooding Jr. has reportedly been accused of groping a woman at a Manhattan club. The actor was said to be “highly intoxicated” at the time. The NYPD is investigating. Page Six.

  • Spotted: Eva Phillippe, daughter of Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Phillippe, in a photo with her boyfriend who social media users think looks a lot like her dad. See pic.

  • Skygazing: This week is the best chance of the year to see Jupiter, which is making its closest approach to Earth in an astronomical event known as “opposition.” The largest planet in our solar system will be at its highest point in the sky around midnight local time. Accuweather.

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