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- Michael Cohen has reportedly leaked word that he is willing to give federal investigators sensitive information about Donald Trump—also, he wants Trump to pay his legal fees...
- Washington Post employees are reportedly jealous that NY Times employees get free M&Ms.
- Rolling Stone has put Cardi B and Offset's love story on their latest cover.
- The Nets traded for Dwight Howard, which would have made for an exciting headline in...2012?
- The NY Times is all about the summer of Brolin.
- Paul McCartney talks his new album Egypt Station, as well as a White Album reissue.
- Mike Bloomberg vowed to pour at least $80 million into the midterm elections, with the bulk of that money going to support Democratic congressional candidates.
- Obama finally weighed in on Trump’s family-separation policy in a Facebook post pegged to World Refugee Day: “Are we a nation that accepts the cruelty of ripping children from their parents’ arms, or are we a nation that values families, and works to keep them together? Do we look away, or do we choose to see something of ourselves and our children?"
- The AV Club ranks vacation episodes of The Simpsons.
- AMC wants to show MoviePass that it can lose money too.
- Twitter has been locking out anyone who tweeted Splinter's story with Stephen Miller's cellphone number.
- Speaking of Miller, learn all about MIller's great-grandfather, who flunked his naturalization test.
- eBay is a good prism through which to understand the modern internet.
- And finally, at the end of a long day, we all could use some snuggles:
📹: tuckerandanniewhitegoldens pic.twitter.com/KFZg5vLhes
— Cute Emergency (@CuteEmergency) June 20, 2018