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  • Aaron Zelinsky, the prosecutor in the Roger Stone case who says he withdrew because of “wrongful political pressure,” will deliver a damning testimony before Congress tomorrow: “What I heard — repeatedly — was that Roger Stone was being treated differently from any other defendant because of his relationship to the president,” he will say in his opening statement. "I was also told that the acting U.S. Attorney was giving Stone such unprecedentedly favorable treatment because he was 'afraid of the President.'"
  • An off-duty LAPD officer claims he found a tampon in a blended coffee drink he'd purchased at a Starbucks in Los Angeles—but as this meticulous Vice investigation found, it almost certainly wasn't a tampon.
  • Would you use a hot yoga dome to do downward dog?
  • Curators at the Guggenheim have sent a letter to the museum’s leadership demanding changes to what’s described as “an inequitable work environment that enables racism, white supremacy, and other discriminatory practices.”
  • Porn star Ron Jeremy has been charged with sexually assaulting four women between 2014 and 2019.
  • This is why police should not be the first people to respond to calls about mental health crises.
  • The EU will likely ban travelers from America as of July 1st because we haven't gotten the pandemic under control.
  • Now that the city is starting to reopen, at least outdoors...where do people go to the bathroom?
  • Because we all need places to pee, we don't want to end up like the man whose bladder burst when he unknowingly held his pee in for 18 hours after binging on booze.
  • Some NYers are still taking their dogs out to hunt rats.
  • Saturday Night Live alums Jason Sudeikis and Mike O’Brien staged a cut-for-time SNL sketch about unicorns (it was too hardcore for Betty White) for Seth Meyers's Second Chance Theater.
  • David Brooks interviewed Bruce Springsteen about everything going on in the country right now: "I believe that our current president is a threat to our democracy. He simply makes any kind of reform that much harder. I don’t know if our democracy could stand another four years of his custodianship. These are all existential threats to our democracy and our American way of life."
  • And finally, this dog is leading the greatest life: