Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump says the U.S. should "seriously" consider profiling Muslims in its counter-terrorism efforts, as Apple says it won't participate in the Republican convention this time around because of concerns over Trump. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) visited the Brooklyn campaign headquarters of presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, telling staffers not to "screw this up." The Marijuana Policy Project, the largest pro-marijuana group in the country, endorsed Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson for president, while Politico profiles the candidacy of presumptive Green party nominee Jill Stein.
- Attorney General Loretta Lynch says authorities will release partial transcripts of Orlando 911 calls, but apparently not the shooter's pledge to ISIS so as not to "further his propaganda."
- Secretary of State John Kerry will meet with Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu when the two are both in Europe next week.
- Two people are dead from heat-related emergencies in Arizona as an intense heatwave sends temperatures north of 110 degress and feeds wildfires across the Southwest.
- The Golden State Warriors lost to Cleveland in Game 7 of the NBA Finals, with the Cavaliers bringing a sports championship to the city for the first time since 1964. Ayesha Curry, wife of Golden State point guard Stephen Curry, became the latest in a long line of NBA conspiracy theorists when she accused the Finals, which the Warriors led 3-1 after four games, of being "absolutely rigged for money."
- At the U.S. Open, Dustin Johnson won his first major championship despite losing a stroke in a late penalty call.
- Star Trek actor Anton Yelchin, who played Pavel Chekov in the reboot, died aged 27. His body was found pinned between his car and a gate at his California home.
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