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Stacey Abrams Wins in Georgia Democratic Primary: Former State House Minority Leader Stacey Abrams makes history as the first black woman to be nominated to run for governor of Georgia. If she wins she will be the first black woman in US history to be governor.

USA Gymnastics CEO to Apologize to the Victims of Nassar’s Abuse: USA Gymnastics CEO Kerry Perry will issue an apology today to all of the gymnasts Larry Nassar sexually abused. Perry wrote in a statement, “I commit to you that I will keep their words and experiences at the core of every decision I make, every day, as the leader of this organization.”

Jamie Foxx Set to Host the BET Awards Once Again: Jamie Foxx Returns to host the BET Awards for the second time. The actor/musician hosted the event back in 2009. The 2018 BET Awards are set to air Sunday, June 24.

New Details Emerge About Driver in Deadly New Jersey Bus Crash: The driver of the deadly New Jersey bus crash that killed 2 passengers reportedly had his license suspended 14 times. Investigators are trying to determine if the accident occurred because driver Hudy Muldrow was attempting to make an illegal U-turn on the highway.

NFL Teams Considering a 15-Yard Penalty for Kneeling During National Anthem: NFL team owners are discussing if they will institute a 15-yard penalty to teams where players take a knee during the National Anthem. The discussion reportedly came up during an owner meeting in Atlanta.

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