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- Weird, not very many people wanted to tune in to Megyn Kelly’s interview with a guy who believes the Sandy Hook massacre was fake.
- Behold, the toilet of the future.
- Asked why Sean Spicer's press briefing are now routinely held off-camera, Steve Bannon told a reporter, "Sean got fatter."
- The New Yorker caught up with the woman who crashed the Julius Caesar performance in Central Park over the weekend.
- Step inside the CDC’s Division of High-Consequence Pathogens and Pathology in Atlanta, where scientists work with some of the most deadly pathogens on earth.
- The argument for making June 19th a national holiday.
- America's opioid epidemic is overwhelming hospitals, with government data showing 1.27 million E.R. visits or inpatient stays for opioid-related issues in a single year.
- De Blasio’s control over city schools could very well expire this month.
- The Atlantic wonders what inspired the Summer of Love.
- And finally, when crocodiles attack, they attack FAST:
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