The Justice Department is, predictably enough, asking the courts to redact more information from the drone memo that details the government's justification for assassinating American citizens overseas without a trial.
- The CIA has started an official Twitter account and Facebook page to provide more avenues to spit out talking points that aren't to be trusted.
- The Charles Koch Foundation and Koch Industries Inc. are donating $25 million to fund scholarships to the United Negro College Fund.
- Common Core education standards have been repealed in Oklahoma. The state will return to standards set in 2010 and develop new standards by 2016.
- Presidents Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin had a brief chat in France at a luncheon for the 70th anniversary of D-Day.
- John Meis, the student who disarmed the gunman who attacked Seattle Pacific University, killing one and injuring two others, is being hailed as a hero. Meis subdued the shooter with pepper spray as he was attempting to reload.
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