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Federal Judge Rules Trump Can Not Block Users on Twitter: U.S. District Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald ruled that President Trump blocking critics on Twitter is unconstitutional. The court ruling said, “This case requires us to consider whether a public official may…’block’ a person from his Twitter account in response to political views that person has expressed, and whether the analysis differs because that public official is POTUS”…The answer to both questions is no.”

NBA Houston Rockets Plan Pregame Tribute to Texas School Shooting Victims: According to Associated Press, before Game 5, the Houston Rockets will honor the students of Santa Fe High School. The players are planning to wear Santa Fe High School stripes on their jerseys and the school’s choir will sing the National Anthem.

Migos Rapper Offset Back on His Feet After Car Crash: TMZ reports that Offset is feeling better after the near-tragic car crash in Atlanta. The rapper also confirmed Cardi B‘s now-deleted tweet that the crash was due in part to him trying to avoid hitting a person.

Trump Cancels Summit With North Korea: Trump will not meet with Kim Jong Un next month because of “open hostility.” Trump and Kim were scheduled to meet face to face in Singapore on June 12. According to CNN, Trump canceled the meeting after the North Korean vice minister called Pence a “political dummy.”

Amazon Considers Banning Customers Who Return Too Many Purchases: Amazon has already taken disciplinary actions against some consumers who have returned too many items. Amazon said, “If a customer believes we’ve made an error, we encourage them to contact us directly so we can review their account and take appropriate action.”

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