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A MAJOR ADVERTISER HAS PULLED ITS NBC ADS OVER MEGYN KELLY’S ALEX JONES INTERVIEW J.P. Morgan Chase has pulled its local and digital ads from all NBC News programming until the interview airs Sunday. A Sandy Hook mom and the Twittersphere is weighing in, and Sandy Hook parents have dropped Kelly as the host for an upcoming gala. Jones’ InfoWars believes the “deep state” sent Kelly to take him down. To recap: Here is a rundown of the most outrageously offensive things Jones has said. And HuffPost’s Michael Calderone asks if NBC had “a good enough reason” to book the controversial figure. [HuffPost]
TRUMP’S TRAVEL BAN HIT ANOTHER LEGAL SETBACK Because of the president’s own tweets. [HuffPost]
THE NEXT CYBERATTACK COULD BE COMING FOR THE POWER GRID “Two cyber security firms have uncovered malicious software that they believe caused a December 2016 Ukraine power outage, they said on Monday, warning the malware could be easily modified to harm critical infrastructure operations around the globe.” [Reuters]
ATTORNEY GENERAL JEFF SESSIONS TO TESTIFY PUBLICLY TODAY BEFORE THE SENATE INTELLIGENCE COMMITTEE Here’s what to watch for. And a judge has reportedly ordered Sessions to produce the page on his clearance form that details his contact with Russian officials. [HuffPost]
CONGRATS TO THE GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS Who capped off a 15-1 run in the playoffs by defeating the Cleveland Cavaliers for the NBA championship. You better hope the person who paid a record $133,000 for courtside seats to game 5 was a Warriors fan. But everyone’s favorite moment of the win was Kevin Durant’s mom. [HuffPost]
THE MOST EFFUSIVE CABINET MEETING FOR THE AGES “President Donald Trump invited his top employees to shower him with compliments on Monday. They happily obliged, one-by-one, on live television.” [HuffPost]
PARADISE LOST Cast members of “Bachelor in Paradise” are speaking out to say they’re upset that producers let a sexual incident go too far. All production has been halted on season four of the show as investigations are ongoing. [HuffPost]
HOW TO LOOK FOR SIGNS OF DRY DROWNING “If a child develops a cough a couple of hours after swimming or submersion, or cannot catch his or her breath, something might be wrong ... Chest pain, vomiting, irritability or a drop in energy in the hours after swallowing a large amount of water can also be signs of secondary drowning.” [HuffPost]
THESE UNIVERSITY GRANT APPLICATIONS Have been rejected for double-spacing and font. [HuffPost]
LOOKS LIKE VENMO MIGHT FINALLY HAVE SOME COMPETITION That’s connected to your bank and doesn’t have that pesky delay in transfer times. [NYT]
THE PHYSICAL CONDITIONS THAT COME WITH INCREASED SUICIDE RISK Including sleeping disorders. [HuffPost]
MEET THE 19-YEAR-OLD Who is the youngest on Forbes’ 100 highest-paid celebrities list. [HuffPost]
BEFORE YOU GO
A Democratic Congressman has drafted an article of impeachment against Trump.
The Senate reached a deal on new Russian sanctions.
The National Women’s Law Center has sued the Department of Education for data on campus sexual assault.
Kim Jong Un pal Dennis Rodman is reportedly headed back to North Korea.
Hundreds of young Russians were arrested during nationwide protests.
What’s next for food stamps in the U.S.?
The Army is working to figure out if this injection could alleviate the symptoms of PTSD.
Bad news “Fixer Upper” fans ― turns out parts of the show might indeed be staged.
Did you know that Sasha Obama’s first name is Natasha?
Take a look at 30 years worth of graffiti peeled off.
Since “covfefe” will never die, we now have a COVFEFE Act introduced in Congress.
Talk about a surprising pair of red heads: Lindsay Lohan and Rupert Grint are co-starring on a British TV series.
And speaking of magic, here are five hidden secrets from the “Harry Potter” studio tour.