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  • Severe Weather: Tornadoes: Flash flooding and more than a dozen tornadoes have been reported in Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas and Missouri, though there were no immediate reports of injuries. Weather Channel.

  • Severe Weather: Tropics: Hurricane season doesn’t officially start until June 1, but meteorologists are already watching a subtropical storm that has developed southwest of Bermuda. Track.

  • Migrant Children Deaths: A 16-year-old Guatemalan boy died Monday while in custody of U.S. Border Patrol -- the fifth migrant child from Guatemala to die while in custody since December. The teen, who had been in custody for a week, had reportedly been diagnosed with the flu on Sunday. Federal law mandates unaccompanied minors must be sent to a facility run by the Department of Health and Human Services within 72 hours; it’s unclear why there was a delay. AP.

  • Trump Investigations: A federal judge ruled that President Trump’s accounting firm must turn over his financial records to Congress, delivering a setback to the president’s strategy of stonewalling subpoenas from House Democrats. Meanwhile, the former White House lawyer Don McGahn will not appear in front of a House committee today to testify about the Russia investigation, defying a different subpoena. CNN.

  • Great White: Just in time for beach season, a great white shark has been tracked for the first time in the Long Island Sound -- the waterway between Long Island and Connecticut. Researchers say a GPS tracking device on the shark pinged Monday off the shore of Greenwich. The shark, named Cabot, is 533 pounds and more than nine feet long according to research group OCEARCH. NBC Connecticut.

  • ’Milkshaking’ Protests: The Brexit party leader Nigel Farage became the latest victim of a new form of protest in the U.K. known as “milkshaking,” which is just what it sounds like. A protester hurled a milkshake at Farage while he was campaigning in Newcastle. Farage is one of several far-right politicians who have had dairy-based drinks thrown at them in recent weeks. In this case, it was a banana and salted caramel shake from Five Guys. BBC.

  • Biz Brief: Ford Layoffs: Ford will cut 7,000 white-collar jobs, about 10 percent of its global workforce, in a major restructuring effort that will save the automaker $600 million a year. About 500 employees in the U.S. got word they were being laid off this week. CNBC.

  • Biz Brief: Telecom Merger: The Department of Justice is reportedly leaning against approving T-Mobile and Sprint’s $26.5 billion merger, even after the head of the FCC blessed the deal once the two companies made concessions to regulators. Sprint has said it desperately needs to merge with T-Mobile in order to stay in business. T-Mobile has said it needs Sprint to help it build out a competitive next-generation 5G network. Bloomberg.

  • NBA Playoffs: The Golden State Warriors punched their ticket to Finals in an OT win, sweeping the Portland Trail Blazers and becoming only the second team in NBA history to appear in five consecutive championship rounds. And they did it without one of their stars, Kevin Durant, who has been injured. Bleacher Report.

  • ’Thrones’ Ratings: The Game of Thrones finale had a record 19.3 million viewers (including streaming and replays) with 13.6 million TV viewers for the initial airing alone. The numbers have set a record for both the show and HBO. Hollywood Reporter.

  • Jada’s Porn Confession: Jada Pinkett Smith says she had an “unhealthy” relationship with porn. The actress made the revelation on her Facebook series Red Table Talk, in a conversation with her daughter and mother. Pinkett Smith first said she had “a little porn addiction” but later clarified she used the word “addiction” a “little lightly.” E! News.

  • Lucky Find: An Australian man with a metal detector found a gold nugget estimated to be worth $69,000. He reportedly made the find in Western Australia’s gold fields. The 1.4kg nugget is said to be “a bit bigger than a packet of smokes.” See it.

  • Doggie Date Night: For a grand total of $15, you can bring your dog to the movies at a Plano, Texas movie theatre. The ticket includes unlimited wine and if one dog isn’t enough -- you can bring a second for $5. K9 Cinemas opened at the end of last year, and is now making headlines as happy dog owners post pictures of their pups catching flicks: See pics.

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