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A DIVIDE IN THE EUROZONE AWAITING GREEK BAILOUT PROPOSAL "European leaders awaited Greece’s proposals on how salvage its financial rescue Tuesday in possible last-ditch talks on a bailout after Greek voters took a resounding stand against tougher cuts. The impasse has the potential to pitch Greece from the group of nations sharing the euro, but several top European leaders have pledged to seek every avenue to keep Greece in the common currency and avoid the potential of further cracks in the Eurozone." Germany wants to walk away, while the White House is urging world leaders to keep Greece in the Eurozone. And Howard Fineman explains why this is just the beginning of the "great austerity backlash." [WaPo]
BILL COSBY ADMITTED TO DRUGGING WOMEN "Bill Cosby admitted in 2005 that he secured quaaludes with the intent of giving them to young women he wanted to have sex with and that he gave the sedative to at least one woman and other people, according to documents obtained Monday by The Associated Press." [AP]
IRAN NUCLEAR TALKS COULD EXTEND TO THIRD DEADLINE Today was the second deadline for new restrictions on Iran's nuclear program, but negotiations have yet to finish. [AP]
BOKO HARAM'S BRUTALITY INTENSIFYING The terrorist group has increased attacks on civilians in Nigeria as a counter to new Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari's attempts to combat the group. [NYT]
RAMANDI OFFENSIVE BREWING Iraqi forces are preparing to attempt to retake the key city from ISIS, despite ISIS' fortified position in the city. [USA Today]
NUMBER OF BLACK PROSECUTORS IN MOST STATES: ZERO "Sixty-six percent of states that elect prosecutors have no blacks in those offices, a new study has found, highlighting the lack of diversity in the ranks of those entrusted to bring criminal charges and negotiate prison sentences. About 95 percent of the 2,437 elected state and local prosecutors across the country in 2014 were white, and 79 percent were white men…" [NYT]
STARBUCKS IS RAISING PRICES Your triple whip mocha carmel macchiato just got more expensive. [HuffPost]
AMERICAN APPAREL CLOSING STORES Layoffs are imminent in stores across the country. [HuffPost]
MAKING AN ALBUM IN AN APPLE STORE "Prince Harvey needed to make an album. So after his computer crashed, he spent four months in an Apple store singing the entire thing into a display computer." [The Daily Beast]
BOND FANS, REJOICE 007 is heading to broadway. [Vulture]
WORLD CUP VIEWERSHIP NUMBERS HIGHEST FOR ANY U.S. SOCCER GAME EVER Talk about girl power. [HuffPost]
KOURTNEY KARDASHIAN AND SCOTT DISICK BREAK UP AFTER NINE YEARS The couple have three children together. [HuffPost]
WHEN HACKERS GET HACKED A security firm that demonstrates how to hack into other governments was hacked over the weekend. [WSJ]
12 TYPES OF BROWNIES THAT YOU CAN EAT FOR BREAKFAST No, that's not a typo. This is not a trick. [HuffPost]
HOW TO CUT DOWN ON UNNECESSARY JAIL TIME "Approximately 62 percent of people in American jails are simply awaiting trial and haven't even been formally charged ... The majority of these people will eventually be charged with low-threat crimes like shoplifting and public drunkenness, while many have a mental illness or are addicted to drugs or alcohol. Many don't have the money to post bail." [HuffPost]
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CAITLYN JENNER: 'THE JOURNEY BEGINS' "First of all, I want to thank you all for your support. The response to my new journey has been overwhelmingly positive, and I'm eternally grateful for all of your sweet messages, letters and gifts. Up until now, I have totally isolated myself from the transgender community, so I have a lot of catching up to do." [HuffPost]
BEFORE YOU GO
~ Jerry Weintraub, the legendary producer, has died. He was 77.
~ Living with 16 puppies looks to be more fun than you can imagine.
~ Yes, that is Justin Bieber's bare butt.
~ Bad news bears: Netflix has confirmed that the trailer that took the Internet by storm yesterday for "A Series of Unfortunate Events" is a fake.
~ All the details so far on Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher's secret wedding.
~ Amanda Peterson, "Can't Buy Me Love" actress, is dead at 43.
~ The Verge is "turning off comments" for the summer.
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