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Big News

Alright. Everyone can calm down. The twins have reportedly arrived, and we also now know the cryptic “4:44” we’ve been seeing is the name of Jay Z’s new album. Of course, you’ll need to be a TIDAL subscriber to hear it (the project’s being released as part of a partnership between TIDAL and Sprint), but we’d say that’s a good reason to finally sign up for a subscription, no? At any rate, Hov shared a snippet from the project’s first single, “Adnis,” which you can listen to below. 4:44 drops June 30.

Big Facts

A van smashed into a crowd outside a London mosque Sunday, leaving at least one dead and 10 injured, according to ABC News. In what London mayor Sadiq Khan called a “horiffic terrorist attack,” Neil Basu, Senior National Coordinator for Counter Terrorism, says “it appears at this time that this attacker attacked alone” (though eyewitness say there were three people inside the van). “While this appears to be an attack on a particular community, like the terrible attacks in Manchester, Westminster and London Bridge it is also an assault on all our shared values of tolerance, freedom and respect,” Khan said in a statement.

Big Lies

It doesn’t appear Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. will join the Homeland Security Department after all. According to The New York Times, Clarke—who was recently reported to have defended the shackling of a pregnant inmate in labor at his jail—announced his decision to decline the position on Friday. “Sheriff Clarke is 100 percent committed to the success of President Trump, and believes his skills could be better utilized to promote the president’s agenda in a more aggressive role,” Craig Peterson, an adviser to the sheriff, said in a statement. That said, he met with Trump on Tuesday to discuss other roles he could potentially take up.

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