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· The KC Masterpiece 400 NASCAR race airs tomorrow at 10:00 p.m. ET on FS1 (From Kansas Speedway)

· Tonight’s Mega Millions jackpot is $45 million.

· Tomorrow’s Powerball jackpot is $257 million.

· The Food and Drug Administration declared a temporary shortage on the life-saving EpiPen device, both name brand and generic versions, worrying families who rely on the shot in emergencies. Manufacturers say the EpiPen is available, although companies faced recalls and supply disruptions last year.

· Maryland Democratic gubernatorial candidate Kevin Kamenetz died early yesterday morning at the age of 60. The Baltimore County Executive died at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center after cardiac arrest. According to a release from Baltimore County police, Kamenetz was at home sleeping in Owings Mills, Md., when he woke up around 2 a.m. ET because he was feeling sick. He was taken to the hospital where he then died at 3:22 a.m. Kamenetz was a fixture in state politics for nearly 25 years.

· Sipping on a refreshing Bloody Mary while cruising at 36,000 feet is how many airline passengers like to mark the start of their holidays. But those traveling on United Airlines have been left up in arms after the carrier stopped serving tomato juice - a key ingredient. The airline recently revamped the refreshment offering on some of its services saying it was part of streamlining. But passengers found out that it meant no more tomato juice - at least on its short-haul flights that are less than four hours. For those wanting a Bloody Mary, a pre-mixed can of Mr. And Mrs. T Bloody Mary is offered instead.

· Iran is likely to launch cyber attacks on Western countries within months in retaliation for the U.S. ripping up the nuclear deal, experts warn. “All bets are off” with Donald Trump's move to reinstate tough sanctions as the Islamic regime was angry and saw no reason not to use its capabilities in response. Most at risk were banks and financial services, government departments, critical infrastructure providers, and oil and energy firms.

· Donald Trump says he will meet with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un on June 12 in Singapore. Trump revealed the date and location of their much-anticipated meet-up on Twitter on after witnessing the safe return from North Korea of three American detainees in wee hours of yesterday morning.

· Rudy Giuliani resigned from his law firm after his partners got fed up with his bloviating defense of President Trump during a series of over-the-top media appearances, a new report said yesterday. Rudy took a leave of absence in April from the firm, Greenberg Traurig, to defend Trump in special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe and other controversies, including the $130,000 payoff to porn star Stormy Daniels. But the firm said yesterday that he had quit the day before, the New York Times reported. “After recognizing that this work is all consuming and is lasting longer than initially anticipated, Rudy has determined it is best for him to resign,” said the law firm’s chairman, Richard Rosenbaum.


Here’s today’s weird fact of the day.

On average, there are 200 seeds on a strawberry.


Change is inevitable. Growth is optional.


Put pennyroyal or tansy leaves in your pet’s bedding to deter fleas.

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