Here’s what I’m reading up on this morning:
- The Washington Post reports on people killed by police—approaching 400— in the first half of 2015.
- The Guardian’s count, meanwhile, is at 465.
- The NSA provisions in the Patriot Act expire.
- The owner of Rana Plaza, the factory that collapsed more than two years ago resulting in the deaths of more than 1,100 people, faces murder charges.
- United Airlines sort of apologizes for its Islamophobia.
- Harriette Thompson, a 92-year-old two-time cancer surviver, finishes a full marathon.
- Consumer spending in April is unchanged—the weakest results in three months.
- Are you ready for the cuteness? North West will soon have a new sibling.
- It’s not just a major earthquake: California may see a massive tsunami.
- Can HIV and cancer be sugar starved?