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Morning Brief: June 6

Morning Brief: June 6
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.