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  • You've been watching Robert Mueller's Congressional testimony all morning... haven't you? If not, you can watch it live here, along with NY Times commentary.
  • The Guardian claims there's a growing movement (Fire: financial independence retire early) of millennials trying to make tons of money in their 20s and retire by their early 30s, and WTF kinda lives are they leading?!
  • Motion smoothing is a plague, and we must wipe it out.
  • The Times has a big story about Neil Armstrong's death, which his sons believe was due to incompetent medical care, and a secret $6 million settlement.
  • Strained headline of the day: "Big CUPS and I Cannot Lie: Man Orders Coffee In the Nude."
  • Do you know how to stroke a cat properly? Are you now questioning everything you ever thought you knew??
  • GQ tells the story of the rise of Supreme, the ultimate NYC fashion/skate brand for hypebeasts.
  • Vice took a closer look at the "wildly popular forum" where landlords commiserate to help each other screw over tenants.
  • Mayor de Blasio’s staff lost an NYPD bulletproof vest after it was used during a surprise cameo by Omar Little from The Wire at a charity roast in 2016.
  • The Senate voted 97-2 on Tuesday to finally permanently extend the 9/11 victims fund—and we got this fantastic photo of Mitch McConnell walking past a smiling Jon Stewart.
  • The Cut investigated the chronic-Lyme community, which has turned a tick-borne disease into an identity for some people.
  • Little Elizabeth will never forget the time her mom ordered a cake from Walmart for her second birthday only to find the words "Happy Birthday Loser" written on it—it was supposed to say "Happy Birthday, Lizard."
  • And finally, who among us wouldn't: