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- Donald Trump thinks that if he loses the election, the economy will collapse, law enforcement will disappear and the “whole country will be Minneapolis.”
- Various writers and thinkers reflect of the significance of Juneteenth for the NY Times.
- Some members of the NY City Council are asking Mayor Bill de Blasio to take down the statue of Thomas Jefferson from City Hall.
- Will "conventional" 30-year mortgages survive rising sea levels and climate change?
- Actor Ian Holm, star of Lord Of The Rings, Alien and Chariots Of Fire, has died at 88.
- AMC Theater CEO Adam Aron said that their cinemas won't require people to wear masks after a reopening because they didn't "want to be drawn into a political controversy."
- Maybe Rikers Island should become a solar farm.
- A majority of Americans seem to think we are living during the lowest point in the nation's history.
- Jimmy Kimmel announced that he is taking the summer off.
- It's new music Friday, and it's a particularly good one this week: in addition to the early release of Phoebe Bridgers new album Punisher, Bob Dylan has released his first record of new songs in almost a decade, Rough & Rowdy Ways, and it's a masterpiece; Neil Young has dropped his long-lost 1975 classic Homegrown; Teyana Taylor released The Album, her followup to 2018's excellent KTSE; and there are new singles from Noname and Annie.
- And finally, this dog sure does love chicks:
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