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  • House Resolution: The House voted mostly along party lines to officially condemn President Trump’s “go back” tweets as racist. The vote devolved into chaos, with Republicans accusing Democrats of violating House rules of decorum by calling the president a racist. Speaker Pelosi changed the official language to say that his comments were racist. Four Republicans broke with the president to vote with Democrats: See who.

  • Heat Wave: A heat wave is expected to impact a large portion of the country through this weekend. Residents in the eastern and central U.S.are facing highs in the 90s and 100s, with officials warning residents to prepare for the stifling temps. The remnants of Tropical Storm Barry are also expected to drench the Northeast tonight into tomorrow. Forecast.

  • In Memoriam: John Paul Stevens: John Paul Stevens, the long-serving former Supreme Court justice, has died. He was 99. Stevens was appointed by President Ford as a moderate conservative antitrust lawyer, and transformed into one of the leading voices of the Court’s liberal wing over 35 years. He retired in 2010. Obit.

  • ’I Can’t Breathe’: The Justice Department says it won’t file charges against a New York City police officer in connection with the 2014 chokehold death of Eric Garner. Garner, who can be heard on video saying “I can’t breathe” before he died, helped to galvanize the Black Lives Matter movement. A.G. William Barr personally ordered the case be dropped. NY Times.

  • Puerto Rico Protests: The governor of Puerto Rico is refusing to step down amid growing protests over leaked text messages that show him and his inner circle using profane, sexist and homophobic language to describe political opponents and allies. The messages also show the group mocking Puerto Ricans who died in Hurricane Maria last year. Gov. Ricardo Rossello admitted to “inappropriate acts” but said he did nothing illegal. Major demonstrations are expected today. CBS News.

  • R. Kelly Update: R. Kelly is staying behind bars, after a judge denied him bond on Tuesday in Illinois. The R&B singer has pleaded not guilty to multiple sex-crime charges -- he is facing charges in both Illinois and New York. NBC News.

  • Fly Me to the Moon: Survey Says: On this day 50 years ago, the Apollo 11 astronauts were rocketing through space on their way to becoming the first people to step foot on the moon. To mark this week’s big anniversary, LEGO and the Harris Poll asked children what they want to be when they grow up. By a wide margin, American kids said they’d rather be a YouTube star than an astronaut. See results.

  • Fly Me to the Moon: Pics: Here are some of ‘the most beautiful’ photos from the Apollo 11 mission: See them.

  • Emmy Noms: Game of Thrones broke the record for most Emmy nominations with 32 for its final season, besting NYPD Blue’s 26 in 1994. HBO was back on top as the network with the most nominations, a year after Netflix overtook it. Amy Adams, Sophie Turner and Mandy Moore are among the actors who got their first Emmy nods. Full list.

  • Spotted: A very “hands on” Tom Brady with wife Gisele Bundchen in Costa Rica. See pic.

  • Suicide Scene Cut: Netflix has cut the controversial and graphic suicide scene from the first season of its hit series 13 Reasons Why-- two years after it debuted. The company says it consulted with mental health experts who warned the scene could be dangerous to teens dealing with depression. The third season of the show, which has been criticized as glorifying suicide, comes out later this year. TechCrunch.

  • Coke Head: A Colombian man flying from Bogota was caught at the airport in Barcelona with $34,000 worth of cocaine hidden under his toupee. Police say they became suspicious because of the size -- and the height -- of the hairpiece. See pic.

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