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  • The Washington Post has gotten to read Mary Trump's upcoming family tell-all/psychological analysis of her uncle Donald Trump, and she writes that Trump is a sociopath whose father abused him and short-circuited his “ability to develop and experience the entire spectrum of human emotion."
  • Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has tested positive for the coronavirus.
  • A group of movie theater companies — including AMC, Cinemark and Regal — have filed a lawsuit against the governor of New Jersey claiming a First Amendment right to reopen during the pandemic.
  • A California appeals court will decide whether removing a juror for expressing support for Black Lives Matter is a violation of the U.S. Constitution’s ban on excluding prospective jurors based on race.
  • The city received more than 745 social distancing complaints in Manhattan since NYC restaurants and bars reopened for outdoor dining on June 22nd.
  • Vulture has a fantastic interview with an incredibly open Thandie Newton about her Hollywood frustrations, and it includes a pretty fascinating anecdote about what it's like to work with Tom Cruise.
  • NYC's unemployment rate is hovering near 20 percent, a figure not seen since the Great Depression.
  • Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is boosting the GoFundMe of Greenwich Village bar Kettle Of Fish.
  • John Mulaney has signed a deal with Comedy Central to produce two new John Mulaney & the Sack Lunch Bunch musical comedy specials.
  • A Brooklyn man has been indicted for allegedly trying to smuggle hundreds of Egyptian artifacts, some nearly 4,000 years old, stuffed inside dirty suitcases through JFK Airport.
  • Listen to “Haircut Sphinx,” the rocking new single from Guided By Voice's upcoming Mirrored Aztec.
  • And finally, raccoons can be cute too (from a safe distance):