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  • This is America: Walmart announced it will remove violent video game displays and signs from stores, but will continue selling guns.
  • Ron Burgundy showed up on Conan, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, The Late Late Show, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Late Night with Seth Meyers, and Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night.
  • Biden gaffed and told a crowd in Iowa, "poor kids are just as bright and just as talented as white kids."
  • Conservative op-ed website Quillette was duped by a left-wing hoaxer posing as communist construction worker and member of the Democratic Socialists of America—he says he set out to humiliate the conservative site with his error-riddled story.
  • If it's all Greek to me, then what is all Greek to actual Greeks?
  • Don't hold your breath for Republicans to take a new stance on gun control.
  • Here is a nightmare photo of Trump grinning and giving a thumbs up while posing with an orphaned child whose parents were killed using their bodies to shield the baby during the El Paso mass shooting.
  • Eric McMillan revolutionized playground design in the 1970s. But has the spirit of experimental play that he championed been lost?
  • The LIRR has apparently been overcharging New Yorkers for thousands of trips between Queens and Brooklyn.
  • Giving seagulls the death stare apparently works!
  • The West Village Shake Shack is apparently experimenting with a hot dog and cheesy scrambled egg “breakfast sandwich.”
  • On the anniversary of Michael Brown’s death, witness Dorian Johnson talked to the Washington Post about how the tragedy continues to haunt him.
  • If you're into vaguely creepy Modern Love columns, the Times has got a hella good one for you today.
  • And finally, I don't know how I got here, or what is going on, but I like it, okay: