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  • Here is an interesting marketing strategy: Juul Labs CEO Kevin Burns issued a warning to non-smokers about the company's vaping products. "Don't vape. Don't use Juul... Don't start using nicotine if you don't have a preexisting relationship with nicotine. Don't use the product. You're not our target consumer."
  • Splinter investigates how white nationalists have infiltrated conservative media.
  • Well, I just started tearing up: this couple was married for nearly three decades, but because of his vascular dementia, the husband was not aware they were already married when he persistently insisted they marry. So his wife planned another wedding ceremony, nearly 30 years later.
  • Joe Biden has a moving war story he likes to tell—unfortunately, "almost every detail in the story appears to be incorrect... it appears as though the former vice president has jumbled elements of at least three actual events into one story of bravery, compassion and regret that never happened."
  • There is no such thing as a "gay gene," but I do know a gay man named Gene.
  • CNN's "Climate Crisis Town Hall’ with top Democratic presidential candidates will take place at Hudson Yards... which happens to be owned by billionaire Trump-booster Stephen Ross.
  • Alex Trebek has returned to Jeopardy, saying he’s “on the mend” following treatment for pancreatic cancer.
  • Take a peek inside Steinway Piano’s secret underground vault.
  • NFL player Ryan Russell came out as bisexual.
  • Cruelty incarnate: Without notice, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services has "eliminated a program this month that had allowed immigrants to avoid deportation while they or their relatives were undergoing lifesaving medical treatment."
  • It appears that Kanye West is releasing a new album, Jesus Is King, next month.
  • Mayor de Blasio did not make the cut for the next Democratic presidential debates.
  • Richard Linklater is reportedly directing an adaptation of Stephen Sondheim‘s acclaimed musical Merrily We Roll Along, starring Ben Platt and Beanie Feldstein, over the next 20 years.
  • And finally, that's a gooooooooood pet: