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Morning Brief: June 6

by Stephanie Colombini

Mike Ciccheti, flickr

It's summer musical festival time. Governor's Ball kicks things off on New York's Randall's Island this afternoon.

Governor's Ball attempts to put New York on music festival map. [Reuters]


Sunny today, with a high near 79.  Mostly clear tonight, with a low around 63. [Full Forecast]

Need to Know

President Obama says 'no apologies' for Sgt. Bergdahl's release deal. [Washington Post]

Some families fair far better than others in New York City's pre-K expansion. [NY Times]

New Jersey state assembly committee advances end-of-life bill. [CBS Local]


The New York Yankees are in Kansas City playing the Royals tonight at 8:10.

The New York Mets are in Chicago playing the Cubs at 7:05.

On Stage Tonight

The Governor's Ball Music Festival Day 1 @ Randall's Island, NOON.  [Complete festival lineup]

Fool's Gold Presents Nick Catchdub & Friends @ Webster Hall, 11.

Today in History

In 1981, the first recognized cases of AIDS are reported.


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