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  • Iran Latest: Escalation: Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the U.S. is “considering a full range of options” including a military strike against Iran in retaliation for alleged attacks on oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman. Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has joined the U.S. in blaming Iran for those attacks. The prince says his kingdom doesn’t want war, but “will not hesitate to deal with any threat to our people, our sovereignty and our vital interests.” NBC News.

  • Iran Latest: Nuclear Deal: Iran says it will stop complying with a key part of the 2015 nuclear deal and begin increasing its stockpile of enriched uranium in the next 10 days. A spokesperson for the country’s nuclear agency says the country needs uranium enriched up to 20 percent, which is a step away from weapons-grade levels. AP.

  • Hong Kong Protests: Protesters once again came out in force on the streets of Hong Kong, even after the government backed down and said it would “suspend” a controversial extradition bill. Organizers estimated the Sunday crowds at two million. They are demanding the resignation of Hong Kong’s leader Carrie Lam. AP.

  • Blackout: A massive electrical outage left all of Argentina and Uruguay -- a combined 48 million people -- without power for several hours Sunday. Paraguay was also affected. The power failure came as Argentinian voters were preparing to go to the polls for local elections, though Argentinian officials say they don’t believe it was a cyberattack. BBC.

  • Trump Interview: ABC News aired the remaining segments of George Stephanopolous’ days-long interview with President Trump, who said internal polling shows him “winning everywhere” despite reports that those polls have him losing to Joe Biden by wide margins. At one point, the president told his chief of staff to leave the Oval Office for audibly coughing during the interview. Watch.

  • Target Outrage: Target cash registers were out of commission for two hours Saturday in stores across the U.S. The company says the problem was the result of an “internal technology issue” and not a hack. Shoppers shared images of the ensuing chaos, with one writing, “Babies crying. People yelling. This is humanity at its best.” There were also problems with credit card purchases on Sunday. CNBC.

  • Burrito Recall: More than 246,000 pounds of frozen breakfast burritos have been recalled after “small rocks” have been discovered inside them. Ruiz Foods has recalled packs of its frozen El Monterey egg, potato, bacon and cheese sauce breakfast wraps with “best by” dates of Jan. 17 and Jan 18, 2020. ABC News.

  • Caught ‘Red Handed’: The music database Genius is accusing Google of stealing lyrics from its site and reposting them in search results without permission. Genius said it caught Google lifting its content by embedding the Morse code for “red handed” into two types of apostrophes it uses, which then showed up in Google results. WSJ.

  • Sports: PGA Tour: Gary Woodland sunk a birdie putt at the 18th hole to hold off Brooks Koepka and win the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach. ESPN.

  • Sports: World Cup: The U.S. women are still perfect after rolling over Chile, 3-0, to win their second straight match and easily qualifying for the knockout stage despite several of the team’s best players watching from the bench. The next match is against Sweden on Thursday. CBS Sports.

  • Sports: Blockbuster Trade: Anthony Davis will join LeBron James on the Lakers in one of the NBA’s most high-profile trade deals of the year. In return, the Pelicans will get Brandon Ingram, Lonzo Ball, Josh Hart and a handful of draft picks. The Ringer.

  • Spotted: Royal Family Baby Archie holding onto his dad’s hand for Prince Harry’s first Father’s Day. See pic.

  • Spotted: Notre Dame: Paris Archbishop Michel Aupetit wearing a hard-hat while saying Mass at Notre Dame for the first time since a massive fire tore through the cathedral two months ago. See pic.

  • Swift at Stonewall: Taylor Swift gave a surprise performance at the Stonewall Inn in New York, where she was joined onstage by Jesse Tyler Ferguson of Modern Family. Swift wished the crowd at the iconic gay bar a happy Pride month. Watch.

  • O.J. on Twitter: Today marks 25 years since O.J. Simpson’s infamous Bronco chase, and just days before the anniversary, Simpson joined the world of social media. The former football star and acquitted murder suspect can be found under the handle @TheRealOJ32. In a video on his page, Simpson says “This should be a lot of fun. I’ve got a little getting even to do.” See it.

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