Also: Japanese auto parts maker Takata files for bankruptcy, and Oprah announces her Book Club pick.
Also: Why the Democrats are losing in 2017, and meet the man who’s visited Disneyland 2,000 days in a row.
Also: Officials disclose the source of the London apartment building fire; the world’s population growth is slowing; Bill Cosby is hitting the road; and scientists have figured out why eggs are shaped the way they are.
Also: ISIS blows up 800-year-old mosque; a former police officer was acquitted for a fatal shooting in Milwaukee; and Ron Howard will direct the new Han Solo “Star Wars” spinoff.
Also: Media brands try to woo younger audiences; Senate Republicans plan to release a draft of their health care bill this week; U.S. is pushing China to rein in companies that deal with North Korea; and it’s really hot in Phoenix.
Also: Jared Kushner makes rare public remarks, and White House press secretary Sean Spicer is expected to take a more behind-the-scenes role.
Also: A look at Otto Warmbier’s trip to North Korea and back; Trump’s lawyers weigh in on whether he’s under investigation; Officer Jeronimo Yanez found not guilty in death of Philando Castile; and Beyoncé’s twins are here.
Also: It's Father’s Day on Sunday, and AdAge rounded up the best ads to help celebrate Dad.
Also: Whole Foods might not be the only purchase Amazon has up its sleeve, Pence has hired a lawyer, and a tip leads to the arrest of a polygamous sect leader who has been on the run for a year.
Also: UPS gunman filed overtime grievance, shooting won’t stop congressional baseball game, involuntary manslaughter charges filed in the Flint water crisis, and OB-GYN delivers a baby gorilla.