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  • Immigration Talks: U.S. and Mexican officials are said to be making progress on a sweeping agreement that would change immigration enforcement in the region by requiring Central American migrants to seek asylum in the first safe country they enter. That deal, not yet done and not endorsed by President Trump, could delay the tariffs set to be put on Mexican imports beginning Monday. Wash Post.

  • West Point Accident: A West Point cadet died and more than 20 people were injured when the tactical vehicle they were in rolled over while on its way to a training site in upstate New York. The injured include cadets and soldiers. NBC NY.

  • Stonewall Apology: Fifty years after the riots at the Stonewall Inn in New York’s Greenwich Village, the NYPD is publicly apologizing to the LGBT community for the department’s role in the raids of gay bars that were common in the 1950s and ‘60s. The June 1969 uprising at Stonewall is largely considered to be the formative event of the gay rights’ movement. CNN.

  • Robocalling Ruling: Phone companies can now block robocalls by default and without customers having to opt-in, thanks to a new ruling passed by the FCC. It comes amid growing outrage, with consumers and regulators alike seeking a solution to end the surge of annoying spam calls. USA Today.

  • Obamas on Spotify: The Obamas are getting into podcasting. Barack and Michelle Obama’s production company Higher Ground inked an exclusive deal with Spotify in which the former first couple will develop and produce podcasts and lend their voices to some recordings. It follows a similar deal between Higher Ground and Netflix for the Obamas to produce shows and films for the streaming platform. Hollywood Reporter.

  • Amazing Amanda: Amanda Anisimova, a 17-year-old New Jersey native, stunned the French Open by upsetting defending champ Simona Halep of Romania. Anisimova made history in the process: she is the first player born in the 2000s to reach a Grand Slam semifinal. In the men’s semis, Federer and Nadal are facing off this morning. NBC News.

  • Tony Preview: The casts of Tootsie, Beetlejuice, The Cher Show and other Broadway favorites will perform Sunday night at the Tony Awards, hosted by James Corden. The musical Hadestown leads the pack with 14 nominations, while the plays The Ferryman and To Kill a Mockingbird both have nine. Playbill.

  • Spotted: Malia Obama smoking a cigarette outside a Los Angeles movie theater. See pic.

  • Splitsville: Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk have split up after four years of dating, according to People. The Oscar-nominated actor and supermodel will share custody of their two-year-old daughter. People.

  • Madonna v. NYT: Madonna says she feels “raped” by a profile in the New York Times Magazine. In a lengthy Instagram post, the singer says the writer chose to focus on “trivial and superficial matters” and included “never ending comments” about her age. Read Post.

  • Warriors: Bey Hive Attacks: The wife of the majority owner of the Golden State Warriors says she received death threats on social media after she was caught on camera during Game 3 of the Finals leaning over Beyonce to talk to Jay-Z. US Weekly.

  • Warriors: Investor Banned: Another owner of the team is in hot water after he shoved and cursed at Toronto Raptors guard Kyle Lowry when Lowry fell into the stands while trying to save a loose ball during Wednesday’s game. Mark Stevens, a minority investor in the Warriors and well-known venture capitalist, has been banned from attending games next season and fined $500,000. Axios.

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