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Daily Dose: 7/12/16

President Obama to speak at service today for five slain Dallas police officers

11:15 AMYour All Day commander in chief, Clinton Yates, is currently en route to Los Angeles to cover the 2016 ESPYs, which airs Wednesday at 8 p.m. EST on ESPN. So today, I’ll be taking over as curator of Daily Dose to update you with the news of the day. Let’s get it.

President Barack Obama will visit Dallas on Tuesday. When five officers were killed and seven were injured during a Black Lives Matter protest last Thursday, Obama addressed the nation not from the White House, but from Poland. The continued protests and civil unrest in the country following last week’s horrific events have since forced the president to cut his trip to Europe short. He will deliver a speech at a memorial service for the five slain officers who were killed by a sniper last Thursday. Ex-President George W. Bush, former governor of Texas, is also expected to give remarks. ABC News’ Arlette Saenz and Serena Marshall have the details on the service.

Who will be Donald Trump’s running mate? That’s the question, and the answer does not seem to coincide with conventional Republican wisdom. Trump has shied away from considering young, promising and diverse Republican politicians to be his vice president. According to The New York Times, the party’s “brightest stars” aren’t on Trump’s radar. But should we expect anything but a “my way or the highway” approach from the party’s presumptive presidential nominee? We’ll see whom he eventually chooses. For the time being, ABC News tracks the vice president sweepstakes, or Veepstakes, for Trump and presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

Let’s ponder a world in which an All-Star team played together in the regular season. Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game is Tuesday night. I don’t know about you, but every time I watch an all-star game, in any sport, I can’t help but dream about these superstar players competing with each other for more than one game in a year. Say this could actually happen. Would an Major League Baseball superteam actually live up to the hype? Could the team go a perfect 162-0 on the season? FiveThirtyEight’s Rob Arthur breaks down the numbers.

Laremy Tunsil hasn’t turned his back on his alma mater. In April, draft night was awkward to say the least for Tunsil, a former University of Mississippi offensive lineman. Moments before the draft began, an old video of the Tunsil smoking marijuana was posted on his personal Twitter account. Later that night, a text message thread between Tunsil and one of his coaches at Ole Miss, in which Tunsil asked for money, was posted on Instagram. Tunsil fell in the draft and lost millions of dollars in the process. Meanwhile, Ole Miss has faced NCAA violations. Regardless of the strained relationship, Tunsil hasn’t forgotten where he came from. He recently sent a letter to his former head coach Hugh Freeze. ESPN has the story.

Free food

Coffee Break: For those who stayed up for the All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game, you might have seen how the game ended — with 5-foot-5 Disney Channel star Cameron Boyce attempting to run through 6-foot-6 actor Omar Benson Miller to score at home plate. Let’s just say it didn’t end well for Boyce. I’ve been playing this Vine on loop all morning.

Snack Time: Do you ever wonder what Gucci Mane has been doing since he got out of jail? Well, he hasn’t been making too many moves, since he’s still on house arrest. So the streetwear company Supreme recently paid the rapper a visit and left with this new ad. It’s glorious.

Dessert: Tim Duncan retired from the NBA on Monday. In all the tweets paying homage to the longtime San Antonio Spurs superstar, this was the best one.

Draymond Green arrested in Michigan

The 26-year-old NBA forward was released on bond after an altercation at a restaurant

11:15 AMYour All Day commander in chief, Clinton Yates, is currently en route to Los Angeles to cover the 2016 ESPYs, which airs Wednesday at 8 p.m. EST on ESPN. So today, I’ll be taking over as curator of Daily Dose to update you with the news of the day. Let’s get it.

President Barack Obama will visit Dallas on Tuesday. When five officers were killed and seven were injured during a Black Lives Matter protest last Thursday, Obama addressed the nation not from the White House, but from Poland. The continued protests and civil unrest in the country following last week’s horrific events have since forced the president to cut his trip to Europe short. He will deliver a speech at a memorial service for the five slain officers who were killed by a sniper last Thursday. Ex-President George W. Bush, former governor of Texas, is also expected to give remarks. ABC News’ Arlette Saenz and Serena Marshall have the details on the service.

Who will be Donald Trump’s running mate? That’s the question, and the answer does not seem to coincide with conventional Republican wisdom. Trump has shied away from considering young, promising and diverse Republican politicians to be his vice president. According to The New York Times, the party’s “brightest stars” aren’t on Trump’s radar. But should we expect anything but a “my way or the highway” approach from the party’s presumptive presidential nominee? We’ll see whom he eventually chooses. For the time being, ABC News tracks the vice president sweepstakes, or Veepstakes, for Trump and presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

Let’s ponder a world in which an All-Star team played together in the regular season. Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game is Tuesday night. I don’t know about you, but every time I watch an all-star game, in any sport, I can’t help but dream about these superstar players competing with each other for more than one game in a year. Say this could actually happen. Would an Major League Baseball superteam actually live up to the hype? Could the team go a perfect 162-0 on the season? FiveThirtyEight’s Rob Arthur breaks down the numbers.

Laremy Tunsil hasn’t turned his back on his alma mater. In April, draft night was awkward to say the least for Tunsil, a former University of Mississippi offensive lineman. Moments before the draft began, an old video of the Tunsil smoking marijuana was posted on his personal Twitter account. Later that night, a text message thread between Tunsil and one of his coaches at Ole Miss, in which Tunsil asked for money, was posted on Instagram. Tunsil fell in the draft and lost millions of dollars in the process. Meanwhile, Ole Miss has faced NCAA violations. Regardless of the strained relationship, Tunsil hasn’t forgotten where he came from. He recently sent a letter to his former head coach Hugh Freeze. ESPN has the story.

Free food

Coffee Break: For those who stayed up for the All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game, you might have seen how the game ended — with 5-foot-5 Disney Channel star Cameron Boyce attempting to run through 6-foot-6 actor Omar Benson Miller to score at home plate. Let’s just say it didn’t end well for Boyce. I’ve been playing this Vine on loop all morning.

Snack Time: Do you ever wonder what Gucci Mane has been doing since he got out of jail? Well, he hasn’t been making too many moves, since he’s still on house arrest. So the streetwear company Supreme recently paid the rapper a visit and left with this new ad. It’s glorious.

Dessert: Tim Duncan retired from the NBA on Monday. In all the tweets paying homage to the longtime San Antonio Spurs superstar, this was the best one.

WNBA teams pay tribute to tragedies

But some teams took a different approach than others

11:15 AMYour All Day commander in chief, Clinton Yates, is currently en route to Los Angeles to cover the 2016 ESPYs, which airs Wednesday at 8 p.m. EST on ESPN. So today, I’ll be taking over as curator of Daily Dose to update you with the news of the day. Let’s get it.

President Barack Obama will visit Dallas on Tuesday. When five officers were killed and seven were injured during a Black Lives Matter protest last Thursday, Obama addressed the nation not from the White House, but from Poland. The continued protests and civil unrest in the country following last week’s horrific events have since forced the president to cut his trip to Europe short. He will deliver a speech at a memorial service for the five slain officers who were killed by a sniper last Thursday. Ex-President George W. Bush, former governor of Texas, is also expected to give remarks. ABC News’ Arlette Saenz and Serena Marshall have the details on the service.

Who will be Donald Trump’s running mate? That’s the question, and the answer does not seem to coincide with conventional Republican wisdom. Trump has shied away from considering young, promising and diverse Republican politicians to be his vice president. According to The New York Times, the party’s “brightest stars” aren’t on Trump’s radar. But should we expect anything but a “my way or the highway” approach from the party’s presumptive presidential nominee? We’ll see whom he eventually chooses. For the time being, ABC News tracks the vice president sweepstakes, or Veepstakes, for Trump and presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

Let’s ponder a world in which an All-Star team played together in the regular season. Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game is Tuesday night. I don’t know about you, but every time I watch an all-star game, in any sport, I can’t help but dream about these superstar players competing with each other for more than one game in a year. Say this could actually happen. Would an Major League Baseball superteam actually live up to the hype? Could the team go a perfect 162-0 on the season? FiveThirtyEight’s Rob Arthur breaks down the numbers.

Laremy Tunsil hasn’t turned his back on his alma mater. In April, draft night was awkward to say the least for Tunsil, a former University of Mississippi offensive lineman. Moments before the draft began, an old video of the Tunsil smoking marijuana was posted on his personal Twitter account. Later that night, a text message thread between Tunsil and one of his coaches at Ole Miss, in which Tunsil asked for money, was posted on Instagram. Tunsil fell in the draft and lost millions of dollars in the process. Meanwhile, Ole Miss has faced NCAA violations. Regardless of the strained relationship, Tunsil hasn’t forgotten where he came from. He recently sent a letter to his former head coach Hugh Freeze. ESPN has the story.

Free food

Coffee Break: For those who stayed up for the All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game, you might have seen how the game ended — with 5-foot-5 Disney Channel star Cameron Boyce attempting to run through 6-foot-6 actor Omar Benson Miller to score at home plate. Let’s just say it didn’t end well for Boyce. I’ve been playing this Vine on loop all morning.

Snack Time: Do you ever wonder what Gucci Mane has been doing since he got out of jail? Well, he hasn’t been making too many moves, since he’s still on house arrest. So the streetwear company Supreme recently paid the rapper a visit and left with this new ad. It’s glorious.

Dessert: Tim Duncan retired from the NBA on Monday. In all the tweets paying homage to the longtime San Antonio Spurs superstar, this was the best one.

UEFA’s Euro 2016 final was blacker than ever

Which is no surprise, considering who hosted it

11:15 AMYour All Day commander in chief, Clinton Yates, is currently en route to Los Angeles to cover the 2016 ESPYs, which airs Wednesday at 8 p.m. EST on ESPN. So today, I’ll be taking over as curator of Daily Dose to update you with the news of the day. Let’s get it.

President Barack Obama will visit Dallas on Tuesday. When five officers were killed and seven were injured during a Black Lives Matter protest last Thursday, Obama addressed the nation not from the White House, but from Poland. The continued protests and civil unrest in the country following last week’s horrific events have since forced the president to cut his trip to Europe short. He will deliver a speech at a memorial service for the five slain officers who were killed by a sniper last Thursday. Ex-President George W. Bush, former governor of Texas, is also expected to give remarks. ABC News’ Arlette Saenz and Serena Marshall have the details on the service.

Who will be Donald Trump’s running mate? That’s the question, and the answer does not seem to coincide with conventional Republican wisdom. Trump has shied away from considering young, promising and diverse Republican politicians to be his vice president. According to The New York Times, the party’s “brightest stars” aren’t on Trump’s radar. But should we expect anything but a “my way or the highway” approach from the party’s presumptive presidential nominee? We’ll see whom he eventually chooses. For the time being, ABC News tracks the vice president sweepstakes, or Veepstakes, for Trump and presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

Let’s ponder a world in which an All-Star team played together in the regular season. Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game is Tuesday night. I don’t know about you, but every time I watch an all-star game, in any sport, I can’t help but dream about these superstar players competing with each other for more than one game in a year. Say this could actually happen. Would an Major League Baseball superteam actually live up to the hype? Could the team go a perfect 162-0 on the season? FiveThirtyEight’s Rob Arthur breaks down the numbers.

Laremy Tunsil hasn’t turned his back on his alma mater. In April, draft night was awkward to say the least for Tunsil, a former University of Mississippi offensive lineman. Moments before the draft began, an old video of the Tunsil smoking marijuana was posted on his personal Twitter account. Later that night, a text message thread between Tunsil and one of his coaches at Ole Miss, in which Tunsil asked for money, was posted on Instagram. Tunsil fell in the draft and lost millions of dollars in the process. Meanwhile, Ole Miss has faced NCAA violations. Regardless of the strained relationship, Tunsil hasn’t forgotten where he came from. He recently sent a letter to his former head coach Hugh Freeze. ESPN has the story.

Free food

Coffee Break: For those who stayed up for the All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game, you might have seen how the game ended — with 5-foot-5 Disney Channel star Cameron Boyce attempting to run through 6-foot-6 actor Omar Benson Miller to score at home plate. Let’s just say it didn’t end well for Boyce. I’ve been playing this Vine on loop all morning.

Snack Time: Do you ever wonder what Gucci Mane has been doing since he got out of jail? Well, he hasn’t been making too many moves, since he’s still on house arrest. So the streetwear company Supreme recently paid the rapper a visit and left with this new ad. It’s glorious.

Dessert: Tim Duncan retired from the NBA on Monday. In all the tweets paying homage to the longtime San Antonio Spurs superstar, this was the best one.

Daily Dose: 7/11/16

Protests continue throughout the weekend

11:15 AMYour All Day commander in chief, Clinton Yates, is currently en route to Los Angeles to cover the 2016 ESPYs, which airs Wednesday at 8 p.m. EST on ESPN. So today, I’ll be taking over as curator of Daily Dose to update you with the news of the day. Let’s get it.

President Barack Obama will visit Dallas on Tuesday. When five officers were killed and seven were injured during a Black Lives Matter protest last Thursday, Obama addressed the nation not from the White House, but from Poland. The continued protests and civil unrest in the country following last week’s horrific events have since forced the president to cut his trip to Europe short. He will deliver a speech at a memorial service for the five slain officers who were killed by a sniper last Thursday. Ex-President George W. Bush, former governor of Texas, is also expected to give remarks. ABC News’ Arlette Saenz and Serena Marshall have the details on the service.

Who will be Donald Trump’s running mate? That’s the question, and the answer does not seem to coincide with conventional Republican wisdom. Trump has shied away from considering young, promising and diverse Republican politicians to be his vice president. According to The New York Times, the party’s “brightest stars” aren’t on Trump’s radar. But should we expect anything but a “my way or the highway” approach from the party’s presumptive presidential nominee? We’ll see whom he eventually chooses. For the time being, ABC News tracks the vice president sweepstakes, or Veepstakes, for Trump and presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

Let’s ponder a world in which an All-Star team played together in the regular season. Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game is Tuesday night. I don’t know about you, but every time I watch an all-star game, in any sport, I can’t help but dream about these superstar players competing with each other for more than one game in a year. Say this could actually happen. Would an Major League Baseball superteam actually live up to the hype? Could the team go a perfect 162-0 on the season? FiveThirtyEight’s Rob Arthur breaks down the numbers.

Laremy Tunsil hasn’t turned his back on his alma mater. In April, draft night was awkward to say the least for Tunsil, a former University of Mississippi offensive lineman. Moments before the draft began, an old video of the Tunsil smoking marijuana was posted on his personal Twitter account. Later that night, a text message thread between Tunsil and one of his coaches at Ole Miss, in which Tunsil asked for money, was posted on Instagram. Tunsil fell in the draft and lost millions of dollars in the process. Meanwhile, Ole Miss has faced NCAA violations. Regardless of the strained relationship, Tunsil hasn’t forgotten where he came from. He recently sent a letter to his former head coach Hugh Freeze. ESPN has the story.

Free food

Coffee Break: For those who stayed up for the All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game, you might have seen how the game ended — with 5-foot-5 Disney Channel star Cameron Boyce attempting to run through 6-foot-6 actor Omar Benson Miller to score at home plate. Let’s just say it didn’t end well for Boyce. I’ve been playing this Vine on loop all morning.

Snack Time: Do you ever wonder what Gucci Mane has been doing since he got out of jail? Well, he hasn’t been making too many moves, since he’s still on house arrest. So the streetwear company Supreme recently paid the rapper a visit and left with this new ad. It’s glorious.

Dessert: Tim Duncan retired from the NBA on Monday. In all the tweets paying homage to the longtime San Antonio Spurs superstar, this was the best one.

Alton Sterling

gets a tribute mural in the parking lot where he died

11:15 AMYour All Day commander in chief, Clinton Yates, is currently en route to Los Angeles to cover the 2016 ESPYs, which airs Wednesday at 8 p.m. EST on ESPN. So today, I’ll be taking over as curator of Daily Dose to update you with the news of the day. Let’s get it.

President Barack Obama will visit Dallas on Tuesday. When five officers were killed and seven were injured during a Black Lives Matter protest last Thursday, Obama addressed the nation not from the White House, but from Poland. The continued protests and civil unrest in the country following last week’s horrific events have since forced the president to cut his trip to Europe short. He will deliver a speech at a memorial service for the five slain officers who were killed by a sniper last Thursday. Ex-President George W. Bush, former governor of Texas, is also expected to give remarks. ABC News’ Arlette Saenz and Serena Marshall have the details on the service.

Who will be Donald Trump’s running mate? That’s the question, and the answer does not seem to coincide with conventional Republican wisdom. Trump has shied away from considering young, promising and diverse Republican politicians to be his vice president. According to The New York Times, the party’s “brightest stars” aren’t on Trump’s radar. But should we expect anything but a “my way or the highway” approach from the party’s presumptive presidential nominee? We’ll see whom he eventually chooses. For the time being, ABC News tracks the vice president sweepstakes, or Veepstakes, for Trump and presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

Let’s ponder a world in which an All-Star team played together in the regular season. Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game is Tuesday night. I don’t know about you, but every time I watch an all-star game, in any sport, I can’t help but dream about these superstar players competing with each other for more than one game in a year. Say this could actually happen. Would an Major League Baseball superteam actually live up to the hype? Could the team go a perfect 162-0 on the season? FiveThirtyEight’s Rob Arthur breaks down the numbers.

Laremy Tunsil hasn’t turned his back on his alma mater. In April, draft night was awkward to say the least for Tunsil, a former University of Mississippi offensive lineman. Moments before the draft began, an old video of the Tunsil smoking marijuana was posted on his personal Twitter account. Later that night, a text message thread between Tunsil and one of his coaches at Ole Miss, in which Tunsil asked for money, was posted on Instagram. Tunsil fell in the draft and lost millions of dollars in the process. Meanwhile, Ole Miss has faced NCAA violations. Regardless of the strained relationship, Tunsil hasn’t forgotten where he came from. He recently sent a letter to his former head coach Hugh Freeze. ESPN has the story.

Free food

Coffee Break: For those who stayed up for the All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game, you might have seen how the game ended — with 5-foot-5 Disney Channel star Cameron Boyce attempting to run through 6-foot-6 actor Omar Benson Miller to score at home plate. Let’s just say it didn’t end well for Boyce. I’ve been playing this Vine on loop all morning.

Snack Time: Do you ever wonder what Gucci Mane has been doing since he got out of jail? Well, he hasn’t been making too many moves, since he’s still on house arrest. So the streetwear company Supreme recently paid the rapper a visit and left with this new ad. It’s glorious.

Dessert: Tim Duncan retired from the NBA on Monday. In all the tweets paying homage to the longtime San Antonio Spurs superstar, this was the best one.

African Skateboarding Championships

are underway in Madagascar

11:15 AMYour All Day commander in chief, Clinton Yates, is currently en route to Los Angeles to cover the 2016 ESPYs, which airs Wednesday at 8 p.m. EST on ESPN. So today, I’ll be taking over as curator of Daily Dose to update you with the news of the day. Let’s get it.

President Barack Obama will visit Dallas on Tuesday. When five officers were killed and seven were injured during a Black Lives Matter protest last Thursday, Obama addressed the nation not from the White House, but from Poland. The continued protests and civil unrest in the country following last week’s horrific events have since forced the president to cut his trip to Europe short. He will deliver a speech at a memorial service for the five slain officers who were killed by a sniper last Thursday. Ex-President George W. Bush, former governor of Texas, is also expected to give remarks. ABC News’ Arlette Saenz and Serena Marshall have the details on the service.

Who will be Donald Trump’s running mate? That’s the question, and the answer does not seem to coincide with conventional Republican wisdom. Trump has shied away from considering young, promising and diverse Republican politicians to be his vice president. According to The New York Times, the party’s “brightest stars” aren’t on Trump’s radar. But should we expect anything but a “my way or the highway” approach from the party’s presumptive presidential nominee? We’ll see whom he eventually chooses. For the time being, ABC News tracks the vice president sweepstakes, or Veepstakes, for Trump and presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

Let’s ponder a world in which an All-Star team played together in the regular season. Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game is Tuesday night. I don’t know about you, but every time I watch an all-star game, in any sport, I can’t help but dream about these superstar players competing with each other for more than one game in a year. Say this could actually happen. Would an Major League Baseball superteam actually live up to the hype? Could the team go a perfect 162-0 on the season? FiveThirtyEight’s Rob Arthur breaks down the numbers.

Laremy Tunsil hasn’t turned his back on his alma mater. In April, draft night was awkward to say the least for Tunsil, a former University of Mississippi offensive lineman. Moments before the draft began, an old video of the Tunsil smoking marijuana was posted on his personal Twitter account. Later that night, a text message thread between Tunsil and one of his coaches at Ole Miss, in which Tunsil asked for money, was posted on Instagram. Tunsil fell in the draft and lost millions of dollars in the process. Meanwhile, Ole Miss has faced NCAA violations. Regardless of the strained relationship, Tunsil hasn’t forgotten where he came from. He recently sent a letter to his former head coach Hugh Freeze. ESPN has the story.

Free food

Coffee Break: For those who stayed up for the All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game, you might have seen how the game ended — with 5-foot-5 Disney Channel star Cameron Boyce attempting to run through 6-foot-6 actor Omar Benson Miller to score at home plate. Let’s just say it didn’t end well for Boyce. I’ve been playing this Vine on loop all morning.

Snack Time: Do you ever wonder what Gucci Mane has been doing since he got out of jail? Well, he hasn’t been making too many moves, since he’s still on house arrest. So the streetwear company Supreme recently paid the rapper a visit and left with this new ad. It’s glorious.

Dessert: Tim Duncan retired from the NBA on Monday. In all the tweets paying homage to the longtime San Antonio Spurs superstar, this was the best one.

Daily Dose: 7/8/16

Heal yourself first, America

11:15 AMYour All Day commander in chief, Clinton Yates, is currently en route to Los Angeles to cover the 2016 ESPYs, which airs Wednesday at 8 p.m. EST on ESPN. So today, I’ll be taking over as curator of Daily Dose to update you with the news of the day. Let’s get it.

President Barack Obama will visit Dallas on Tuesday. When five officers were killed and seven were injured during a Black Lives Matter protest last Thursday, Obama addressed the nation not from the White House, but from Poland. The continued protests and civil unrest in the country following last week’s horrific events have since forced the president to cut his trip to Europe short. He will deliver a speech at a memorial service for the five slain officers who were killed by a sniper last Thursday. Ex-President George W. Bush, former governor of Texas, is also expected to give remarks. ABC News’ Arlette Saenz and Serena Marshall have the details on the service.

Who will be Donald Trump’s running mate? That’s the question, and the answer does not seem to coincide with conventional Republican wisdom. Trump has shied away from considering young, promising and diverse Republican politicians to be his vice president. According to The New York Times, the party’s “brightest stars” aren’t on Trump’s radar. But should we expect anything but a “my way or the highway” approach from the party’s presumptive presidential nominee? We’ll see whom he eventually chooses. For the time being, ABC News tracks the vice president sweepstakes, or Veepstakes, for Trump and presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

Let’s ponder a world in which an All-Star team played together in the regular season. Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game is Tuesday night. I don’t know about you, but every time I watch an all-star game, in any sport, I can’t help but dream about these superstar players competing with each other for more than one game in a year. Say this could actually happen. Would an Major League Baseball superteam actually live up to the hype? Could the team go a perfect 162-0 on the season? FiveThirtyEight’s Rob Arthur breaks down the numbers.

Laremy Tunsil hasn’t turned his back on his alma mater. In April, draft night was awkward to say the least for Tunsil, a former University of Mississippi offensive lineman. Moments before the draft began, an old video of the Tunsil smoking marijuana was posted on his personal Twitter account. Later that night, a text message thread between Tunsil and one of his coaches at Ole Miss, in which Tunsil asked for money, was posted on Instagram. Tunsil fell in the draft and lost millions of dollars in the process. Meanwhile, Ole Miss has faced NCAA violations. Regardless of the strained relationship, Tunsil hasn’t forgotten where he came from. He recently sent a letter to his former head coach Hugh Freeze. ESPN has the story.

Free food

Coffee Break: For those who stayed up for the All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game, you might have seen how the game ended — with 5-foot-5 Disney Channel star Cameron Boyce attempting to run through 6-foot-6 actor Omar Benson Miller to score at home plate. Let’s just say it didn’t end well for Boyce. I’ve been playing this Vine on loop all morning.

Snack Time: Do you ever wonder what Gucci Mane has been doing since he got out of jail? Well, he hasn’t been making too many moves, since he’s still on house arrest. So the streetwear company Supreme recently paid the rapper a visit and left with this new ad. It’s glorious.

Dessert: Tim Duncan retired from the NBA on Monday. In all the tweets paying homage to the longtime San Antonio Spurs superstar, this was the best one.

That can only mean one thing

France’s Antoine Griezmann breaks out the dance moves at the Euros

11:15 AMYour All Day commander in chief, Clinton Yates, is currently en route to Los Angeles to cover the 2016 ESPYs, which airs Wednesday at 8 p.m. EST on ESPN. So today, I’ll be taking over as curator of Daily Dose to update you with the news of the day. Let’s get it.

President Barack Obama will visit Dallas on Tuesday. When five officers were killed and seven were injured during a Black Lives Matter protest last Thursday, Obama addressed the nation not from the White House, but from Poland. The continued protests and civil unrest in the country following last week’s horrific events have since forced the president to cut his trip to Europe short. He will deliver a speech at a memorial service for the five slain officers who were killed by a sniper last Thursday. Ex-President George W. Bush, former governor of Texas, is also expected to give remarks. ABC News’ Arlette Saenz and Serena Marshall have the details on the service.

Who will be Donald Trump’s running mate? That’s the question, and the answer does not seem to coincide with conventional Republican wisdom. Trump has shied away from considering young, promising and diverse Republican politicians to be his vice president. According to The New York Times, the party’s “brightest stars” aren’t on Trump’s radar. But should we expect anything but a “my way or the highway” approach from the party’s presumptive presidential nominee? We’ll see whom he eventually chooses. For the time being, ABC News tracks the vice president sweepstakes, or Veepstakes, for Trump and presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

Let’s ponder a world in which an All-Star team played together in the regular season. Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game is Tuesday night. I don’t know about you, but every time I watch an all-star game, in any sport, I can’t help but dream about these superstar players competing with each other for more than one game in a year. Say this could actually happen. Would an Major League Baseball superteam actually live up to the hype? Could the team go a perfect 162-0 on the season? FiveThirtyEight’s Rob Arthur breaks down the numbers.

Laremy Tunsil hasn’t turned his back on his alma mater. In April, draft night was awkward to say the least for Tunsil, a former University of Mississippi offensive lineman. Moments before the draft began, an old video of the Tunsil smoking marijuana was posted on his personal Twitter account. Later that night, a text message thread between Tunsil and one of his coaches at Ole Miss, in which Tunsil asked for money, was posted on Instagram. Tunsil fell in the draft and lost millions of dollars in the process. Meanwhile, Ole Miss has faced NCAA violations. Regardless of the strained relationship, Tunsil hasn’t forgotten where he came from. He recently sent a letter to his former head coach Hugh Freeze. ESPN has the story.

Free food

Coffee Break: For those who stayed up for the All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game, you might have seen how the game ended — with 5-foot-5 Disney Channel star Cameron Boyce attempting to run through 6-foot-6 actor Omar Benson Miller to score at home plate. Let’s just say it didn’t end well for Boyce. I’ve been playing this Vine on loop all morning.

Snack Time: Do you ever wonder what Gucci Mane has been doing since he got out of jail? Well, he hasn’t been making too many moves, since he’s still on house arrest. So the streetwear company Supreme recently paid the rapper a visit and left with this new ad. It’s glorious.

Dessert: Tim Duncan retired from the NBA on Monday. In all the tweets paying homage to the longtime San Antonio Spurs superstar, this was the best one.

Beyonce has spoken

so you might want to tune in

11:15 AMYour All Day commander in chief, Clinton Yates, is currently en route to Los Angeles to cover the 2016 ESPYs, which airs Wednesday at 8 p.m. EST on ESPN. So today, I’ll be taking over as curator of Daily Dose to update you with the news of the day. Let’s get it.

President Barack Obama will visit Dallas on Tuesday. When five officers were killed and seven were injured during a Black Lives Matter protest last Thursday, Obama addressed the nation not from the White House, but from Poland. The continued protests and civil unrest in the country following last week’s horrific events have since forced the president to cut his trip to Europe short. He will deliver a speech at a memorial service for the five slain officers who were killed by a sniper last Thursday. Ex-President George W. Bush, former governor of Texas, is also expected to give remarks. ABC News’ Arlette Saenz and Serena Marshall have the details on the service.

Who will be Donald Trump’s running mate? That’s the question, and the answer does not seem to coincide with conventional Republican wisdom. Trump has shied away from considering young, promising and diverse Republican politicians to be his vice president. According to The New York Times, the party’s “brightest stars” aren’t on Trump’s radar. But should we expect anything but a “my way or the highway” approach from the party’s presumptive presidential nominee? We’ll see whom he eventually chooses. For the time being, ABC News tracks the vice president sweepstakes, or Veepstakes, for Trump and presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

Let’s ponder a world in which an All-Star team played together in the regular season. Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game is Tuesday night. I don’t know about you, but every time I watch an all-star game, in any sport, I can’t help but dream about these superstar players competing with each other for more than one game in a year. Say this could actually happen. Would an Major League Baseball superteam actually live up to the hype? Could the team go a perfect 162-0 on the season? FiveThirtyEight’s Rob Arthur breaks down the numbers.

Laremy Tunsil hasn’t turned his back on his alma mater. In April, draft night was awkward to say the least for Tunsil, a former University of Mississippi offensive lineman. Moments before the draft began, an old video of the Tunsil smoking marijuana was posted on his personal Twitter account. Later that night, a text message thread between Tunsil and one of his coaches at Ole Miss, in which Tunsil asked for money, was posted on Instagram. Tunsil fell in the draft and lost millions of dollars in the process. Meanwhile, Ole Miss has faced NCAA violations. Regardless of the strained relationship, Tunsil hasn’t forgotten where he came from. He recently sent a letter to his former head coach Hugh Freeze. ESPN has the story.

Free food

Coffee Break: For those who stayed up for the All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game, you might have seen how the game ended — with 5-foot-5 Disney Channel star Cameron Boyce attempting to run through 6-foot-6 actor Omar Benson Miller to score at home plate. Let’s just say it didn’t end well for Boyce. I’ve been playing this Vine on loop all morning.

Snack Time: Do you ever wonder what Gucci Mane has been doing since he got out of jail? Well, he hasn’t been making too many moves, since he’s still on house arrest. So the streetwear company Supreme recently paid the rapper a visit and left with this new ad. It’s glorious.

Dessert: Tim Duncan retired from the NBA on Monday. In all the tweets paying homage to the longtime San Antonio Spurs superstar, this was the best one.

Woke or Not Woke

It’s America’s favorite game show!

11:15 AMYour All Day commander in chief, Clinton Yates, is currently en route to Los Angeles to cover the 2016 ESPYs, which airs Wednesday at 8 p.m. EST on ESPN. So today, I’ll be taking over as curator of Daily Dose to update you with the news of the day. Let’s get it.

President Barack Obama will visit Dallas on Tuesday. When five officers were killed and seven were injured during a Black Lives Matter protest last Thursday, Obama addressed the nation not from the White House, but from Poland. The continued protests and civil unrest in the country following last week’s horrific events have since forced the president to cut his trip to Europe short. He will deliver a speech at a memorial service for the five slain officers who were killed by a sniper last Thursday. Ex-President George W. Bush, former governor of Texas, is also expected to give remarks. ABC News’ Arlette Saenz and Serena Marshall have the details on the service.

Who will be Donald Trump’s running mate? That’s the question, and the answer does not seem to coincide with conventional Republican wisdom. Trump has shied away from considering young, promising and diverse Republican politicians to be his vice president. According to The New York Times, the party’s “brightest stars” aren’t on Trump’s radar. But should we expect anything but a “my way or the highway” approach from the party’s presumptive presidential nominee? We’ll see whom he eventually chooses. For the time being, ABC News tracks the vice president sweepstakes, or Veepstakes, for Trump and presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

Let’s ponder a world in which an All-Star team played together in the regular season. Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game is Tuesday night. I don’t know about you, but every time I watch an all-star game, in any sport, I can’t help but dream about these superstar players competing with each other for more than one game in a year. Say this could actually happen. Would an Major League Baseball superteam actually live up to the hype? Could the team go a perfect 162-0 on the season? FiveThirtyEight’s Rob Arthur breaks down the numbers.

Laremy Tunsil hasn’t turned his back on his alma mater. In April, draft night was awkward to say the least for Tunsil, a former University of Mississippi offensive lineman. Moments before the draft began, an old video of the Tunsil smoking marijuana was posted on his personal Twitter account. Later that night, a text message thread between Tunsil and one of his coaches at Ole Miss, in which Tunsil asked for money, was posted on Instagram. Tunsil fell in the draft and lost millions of dollars in the process. Meanwhile, Ole Miss has faced NCAA violations. Regardless of the strained relationship, Tunsil hasn’t forgotten where he came from. He recently sent a letter to his former head coach Hugh Freeze. ESPN has the story.

Free food

Coffee Break: For those who stayed up for the All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game, you might have seen how the game ended — with 5-foot-5 Disney Channel star Cameron Boyce attempting to run through 6-foot-6 actor Omar Benson Miller to score at home plate. Let’s just say it didn’t end well for Boyce. I’ve been playing this Vine on loop all morning.

Snack Time: Do you ever wonder what Gucci Mane has been doing since he got out of jail? Well, he hasn’t been making too many moves, since he’s still on house arrest. So the streetwear company Supreme recently paid the rapper a visit and left with this new ad. It’s glorious.

Dessert: Tim Duncan retired from the NBA on Monday. In all the tweets paying homage to the longtime San Antonio Spurs superstar, this was the best one.

Daily Dose: 7/7/16

Ciara and Russell Wilson tied the knot

11:15 AMYour All Day commander in chief, Clinton Yates, is currently en route to Los Angeles to cover the 2016 ESPYs, which airs Wednesday at 8 p.m. EST on ESPN. So today, I’ll be taking over as curator of Daily Dose to update you with the news of the day. Let’s get it.

President Barack Obama will visit Dallas on Tuesday. When five officers were killed and seven were injured during a Black Lives Matter protest last Thursday, Obama addressed the nation not from the White House, but from Poland. The continued protests and civil unrest in the country following last week’s horrific events have since forced the president to cut his trip to Europe short. He will deliver a speech at a memorial service for the five slain officers who were killed by a sniper last Thursday. Ex-President George W. Bush, former governor of Texas, is also expected to give remarks. ABC News’ Arlette Saenz and Serena Marshall have the details on the service.

Who will be Donald Trump’s running mate? That’s the question, and the answer does not seem to coincide with conventional Republican wisdom. Trump has shied away from considering young, promising and diverse Republican politicians to be his vice president. According to The New York Times, the party’s “brightest stars” aren’t on Trump’s radar. But should we expect anything but a “my way or the highway” approach from the party’s presumptive presidential nominee? We’ll see whom he eventually chooses. For the time being, ABC News tracks the vice president sweepstakes, or Veepstakes, for Trump and presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

Let’s ponder a world in which an All-Star team played together in the regular season. Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game is Tuesday night. I don’t know about you, but every time I watch an all-star game, in any sport, I can’t help but dream about these superstar players competing with each other for more than one game in a year. Say this could actually happen. Would an Major League Baseball superteam actually live up to the hype? Could the team go a perfect 162-0 on the season? FiveThirtyEight’s Rob Arthur breaks down the numbers.

Laremy Tunsil hasn’t turned his back on his alma mater. In April, draft night was awkward to say the least for Tunsil, a former University of Mississippi offensive lineman. Moments before the draft began, an old video of the Tunsil smoking marijuana was posted on his personal Twitter account. Later that night, a text message thread between Tunsil and one of his coaches at Ole Miss, in which Tunsil asked for money, was posted on Instagram. Tunsil fell in the draft and lost millions of dollars in the process. Meanwhile, Ole Miss has faced NCAA violations. Regardless of the strained relationship, Tunsil hasn’t forgotten where he came from. He recently sent a letter to his former head coach Hugh Freeze. ESPN has the story.

Free food

Coffee Break: For those who stayed up for the All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game, you might have seen how the game ended — with 5-foot-5 Disney Channel star Cameron Boyce attempting to run through 6-foot-6 actor Omar Benson Miller to score at home plate. Let’s just say it didn’t end well for Boyce. I’ve been playing this Vine on loop all morning.

Snack Time: Do you ever wonder what Gucci Mane has been doing since he got out of jail? Well, he hasn’t been making too many moves, since he’s still on house arrest. So the streetwear company Supreme recently paid the rapper a visit and left with this new ad. It’s glorious.

Dessert: Tim Duncan retired from the NBA on Monday. In all the tweets paying homage to the longtime San Antonio Spurs superstar, this was the best one.

Two days, two shootings, two dead black men

This time, it was live-streamed on Facebook

11:15 AMYour All Day commander in chief, Clinton Yates, is currently en route to Los Angeles to cover the 2016 ESPYs, which airs Wednesday at 8 p.m. EST on ESPN. So today, I’ll be taking over as curator of Daily Dose to update you with the news of the day. Let’s get it.

President Barack Obama will visit Dallas on Tuesday. When five officers were killed and seven were injured during a Black Lives Matter protest last Thursday, Obama addressed the nation not from the White House, but from Poland. The continued protests and civil unrest in the country following last week’s horrific events have since forced the president to cut his trip to Europe short. He will deliver a speech at a memorial service for the five slain officers who were killed by a sniper last Thursday. Ex-President George W. Bush, former governor of Texas, is also expected to give remarks. ABC News’ Arlette Saenz and Serena Marshall have the details on the service.

Who will be Donald Trump’s running mate? That’s the question, and the answer does not seem to coincide with conventional Republican wisdom. Trump has shied away from considering young, promising and diverse Republican politicians to be his vice president. According to The New York Times, the party’s “brightest stars” aren’t on Trump’s radar. But should we expect anything but a “my way or the highway” approach from the party’s presumptive presidential nominee? We’ll see whom he eventually chooses. For the time being, ABC News tracks the vice president sweepstakes, or Veepstakes, for Trump and presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

Let’s ponder a world in which an All-Star team played together in the regular season. Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game is Tuesday night. I don’t know about you, but every time I watch an all-star game, in any sport, I can’t help but dream about these superstar players competing with each other for more than one game in a year. Say this could actually happen. Would an Major League Baseball superteam actually live up to the hype? Could the team go a perfect 162-0 on the season? FiveThirtyEight’s Rob Arthur breaks down the numbers.

Laremy Tunsil hasn’t turned his back on his alma mater. In April, draft night was awkward to say the least for Tunsil, a former University of Mississippi offensive lineman. Moments before the draft began, an old video of the Tunsil smoking marijuana was posted on his personal Twitter account. Later that night, a text message thread between Tunsil and one of his coaches at Ole Miss, in which Tunsil asked for money, was posted on Instagram. Tunsil fell in the draft and lost millions of dollars in the process. Meanwhile, Ole Miss has faced NCAA violations. Regardless of the strained relationship, Tunsil hasn’t forgotten where he came from. He recently sent a letter to his former head coach Hugh Freeze. ESPN has the story.

Free food

Coffee Break: For those who stayed up for the All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game, you might have seen how the game ended — with 5-foot-5 Disney Channel star Cameron Boyce attempting to run through 6-foot-6 actor Omar Benson Miller to score at home plate. Let’s just say it didn’t end well for Boyce. I’ve been playing this Vine on loop all morning.

Snack Time: Do you ever wonder what Gucci Mane has been doing since he got out of jail? Well, he hasn’t been making too many moves, since he’s still on house arrest. So the streetwear company Supreme recently paid the rapper a visit and left with this new ad. It’s glorious.

Dessert: Tim Duncan retired from the NBA on Monday. In all the tweets paying homage to the longtime San Antonio Spurs superstar, this was the best one.