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  • Mueller Speaks: Statement: Robert Mueller spoke to the American people for the first time since being appointed to oversee the special investigation into Russian election interference more than two years ago. He defended his office's report on the matter and declined to clear the president of charges he obstructed justice: “If we had evidence the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so.” Wash Post.

  • Mueller Speaks: Impeachment Question: Mueller also said that based on a long-standing Justice Department opinion, his office decided that, guilty or not, a president cannot be charged with a federal crime while in office. Mueller said “the Constitution requires a process other than the criminal justice system to formally accuse a sitting president of wrongdoing.” Many Democrats, including an increasing number of presidential candidates, now want Congress to start the process of impeachment. NPR.

  • Mueller Speaks: Reaction: President Trump took an uncharacteristically soft approach in his response, tweeting that the investigation found “insufficient evidence” and “the case is closed.”On the Democratic side, Speaker Pelosi again tried to tamp down the increasing calls for impeachment, saying nothing was off the table but the House isn’t there yet. USA Today.

  • ’Out of Sight’: The White House asked the Navy to move the warship USS John McCain “out of sight” during President Trump’s recent visit to Japan. The Navy says it did not hide the ship, though the sailors aboard the McCain were given the day off when the president visited the naval base where the destroyer is undergoing repairs. Both the president and the acting defense secretary say they were unaware of the request. WSJ.

  • Israel Elections: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was forced to call for new elections after failing to form a coalition government before a legally imposed deadline. Israelis will vote again in three months. It’s the first time in the country’s history that an election did not lead to the formation of a government and throws Netanyahu’s decade-long leadership into question. Haaretz.

  • Abortion Laws: Lawmakers in Louisiana voted to ban abortion as soon as a heartbeat can be detected, making the state the fifth to pass a so-called “fetal heartbeat” measure. The Democratic governor has said he plans to break with his party and sign the bill. NBC News.

  • Phone Addiction: Four in 10 teens say they’re worried about how addicted their PARENTS are to their smartphones, according to a new study by Common Sense Media. Interestingly, far fewer teens worry about their own phone use. An increasing number of teens also report using their phones within minutes of falling asleep and waking up, as well as waking up in the night to check their notifications. USA Today.

  • Uber Ban: Uber says it will start banning riders with low ratings. The ban will apply to riders with “significantly below average ratings” (given by drivers) who don’t follow the company’s advice on how to bring up their scores. NBC News.

  • Baseball: Scary Scene: Chicago Cubs outfielder Albert Amora tipped a foul ball that hit a little girl in the stands, leading to a scary few moments at Minute Maid Park in Houston. Amora, a father of two, appeared overcome with emotion as play came to a halt while the girl was given medical attention. She was brought to a hospital but her condition remains unknown. See it.

  • **Finals Preview:**The NBA Finals kick off tonight between the Toronto Raptors and the Golden State Warriors. Tonight’s Game 1 will be the first time the championship series has been played in Canada. The NBA reportedly spoke to the Raptors about Drake’s conduct on the sidelines -- the rapper has been a vocal presence rooting for the Raptors from his courtside seats throughout the playoffs. ESPN.

  • Trebek on the Mend: Three months after a diagnosis of Stage 4 pancreatic cancer, Alex Trebek says he is in “near remission” with some of his tumors having shrunk by more than 50 percent. The 78-year-old Jeopardy! host reveals the “mind-boggling” update in the new issue of People magazine, saying his doctors told him they haven’t seen positive results like his in their memories. Pancreatic cancer has a nine percent survival rate. People.

  • Moby Cancelled: Moby has canceled the remaining stops on his book tour after a controversy over whether or not he dated Natalie Portman (he says he did; she refutes that). In an Instagram post, the musician wrote “I’m going to go away for awhile.” He apologized, saying “all of this has been my own fault,” acknowledging he released the book without showing it to the people he wrote about. See post.

  • Fake ‘O’ Contest: In honor of the approaching 30-year anniversary of When Harry Met Sally, Katz’s Deli in New York City is hosting a fake orgasm contest -- a tribute to one of (if not THE) most memorable moments from the film. Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal filmed the scene at the very restaurant holding the re-enactment contest, which is set for July 12. Daily Mail.

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