THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW
- Remember when comedian Kathy Griffin did a photo with a pretend Donald Trump head? What happened to her is now the subject of a new documentary, "Kathy Griffin: A Hell of a Story."
- A Cardi B concert scheduled for Indianapolis on Tuesday night had to be postponed because of "a security threat."
- Hope Solo has filed for sanctions against the U.S. Women's National Team, citing "humiliation" for not offering equal pay.
- Miley Cyrus is the latest performer to withdraw from the attempted "Woodstock 50" concert. Last we heard, organizers had moved it to Maine and were still hoping to make it happen.
- The British Pound fell to a 34-year low on fears of economic disruptions from Brexit.
- 80,000 Kaiser Permanente workers are voting on authorizing a strike.
- Joey Chestnut ate 413 chicken wings on National Chicken Wing Day.
- Lisa Marie Presley has signed a book deal to reveal "shocking" details about her ex Michael Jackson and a new perspective on her father, Elvis Presley.
- The nephew of gangster John Dillinger has gotten permission to exhume his body from an Indianapolis cemetery in September more than 85 years after he was killed by FBI agents outside a Chicago theater. No reason has been given yet as to why.
- Parks Associates research finds 23% of US broadband households have either a smart watch with fitness-tracking abilities or a digital pedometer/fitness tracker with Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connectivity.
- The conservative Christian organization Focus on the Family has published a new book which lays the blame of a cheating husband on the wife.
- The heat wave that just roasted Europe is now toasting Greenland, home to the world's second-largest ice sheet. That means they're expecting significant ice melt. Just this month, Greenland's ice sheet lost 160 billion tons of ice, the equivalent of 64 million Olympic-sized swimming pools.
- A 10-year-old suburban Detroit boy has been charged with aggravated assault after hitting a 9-year-old classmate in the face with a rubber ball similar to a dodge ball.
- Did you hear about Google Camp? It's a three day summit in Sicily, where the two founders invited the famous to gather and talk about what they can to fight climate change. Among those attending: President Obama, Katy Perry, Leonardo DiCaprio and Prince Harry. They should have it all figured out by now.
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