World Cup winners paint President Trump into a corner:

Megan Rapinoe and her team did what Donald Trump told them to do — they finished the job. Now the question is, how will the President honor World Cup winners who have carved out a remarkable political and societal legacy?

USA’s win over the Netherlands in the World Cup final in France on Sunday did not just spark celebrations among their fans. It validated the team’s status as icons whose willingness to go beyond soccer soundbites inspired youngsters, created critics who chafed at their politics and challenged perceptions of how athletes should behave

The most notable lines from Michelle Obama’s deeply personal Essence interview:

Michelle Obama on Saturday recalled her life as a mother, wife and the first lady of the United States while speaking with CBS “This Morning” co-host Gayle King before an audience gathered at the Essence Festival in New Orleans.

The wide-ranging interview saw Obama share broadly her frustrations with the Trump administration and the current political climate, but also speak in deeply personal terms about her children, husband and the “emotional time” around leaving the White House after Barack Obama’s eight years in office.
The former first lady was frank about how she felt looking out at the crowd during Donald Trump’s inauguration, the way her and former President Barack Obama are “rediscovering each other” and what it was like for her daughters, Malia and Sasha, to grow up in the White House.
Here are some of Michelle Obama’s most notable quotes from the intervi

Cameron Boyce, Disney star, dies at 20 after a seizure, family says:

Actor Cameron Boyce, who starred in the Disney Channel’s television shows and series, has died at age 20.

A spokesperson for his family told CNN that Boyce died in his sleep after a seizure resulting from an ongoing medical condition.
“It is with a profoundly heavy heart that we report that this morning we lost Cameron,” the spokesperson said. “He passed away in his sleep due to a seizure which was a result of an ongoing medical condition for which he was being treated.”

A Detroit festival charged white people $20 and black people $10, then they got hit with backlash:

An Afrofuturisc group says it reversed its decision to charge white people more for tickets to its Detroit festival than black and brown people because they received threats, an artist dropped out and a ticketing website threatened to unpublish their event.

The Eventbrite page for “AfroFuture Fest,” hosted by Afrofuture Youth, advertised an “Early Bird POC Ticket” for $10 — with POC meaning “people of color” — and an “Early Bird NONPOC Ticket” for $20. The group defined “NONPOC” as white people.

Another person was caught on camera licking ice cream in a store, police say:

Louisiana police say a 36-year-old man was inspired by a viral video of a teenager licking a tub of Blue Bell Ice Cream to seek his own 15 minutes of fame.

Assumption Parish Sheriff’s deputies arrested Lenise Martin III on Saturday after receiving a tip from a grocery store in Belle Rose, Commander Lonny Cavalier told CNN.
Someone recorded Martin pulling a carton of Blue Bell Ice Cream from a freezer, opening it, licking the frozen dessert and poking it with his finger before putting it back on the shelf, Cavalier said.
Detectives found evidence that Martin posted the video on Facebook, suggesting that he was seeking attention for the alleged misdeed, Cavalier said.:

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