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America searches for answers in the wake of the Orlando massacre —Authorities will continue their investigation today into what motivated Omar Mateen to walk into a Orlando nightclub and open fire in a that left at least 50 people dead and put 53 more in the hospital. Dozens of victims have yet to be identified as Americans struggle to come to terms with the deadliest mass shooting in US history. The shooter said he had sworn allegiance to the Islamic State before he died in a shootout with police, but investigators have yet to determine whether the terror group had any direct role in plotting the attack. The Long Center lit up to honor Orlando shooting victims. *****Rainbow lights on CenturyLink Field pay tribute to the Orlando shooting victims
Apple to reveal today what your iPhone will do this fall–-A big rumor being talked about is Siri working with third-party apps. ‘Hey Siri, call Uber?’
Those new debit and credit cards — you know, the ones with a chip that have extended the time we spend at checkout terminals — have been effective at lowering fraud rates but they still irritate people. Positive Prep
The Pittsburgh Penguins have won the Stanley Cup Championship beating the San Jose Sharks 3-1, winning the series 4 games to 2.
After Mariners ace Felix Hernandez was placed on the 15-day disabled list June 1 with a right calf strain, optimistic projections had Hernandez missing two starts, then returning to the rotation. Not so much. According to ESPN, Hernandez is expected to miss 4-6 weeks, putting him in line to return just before the All-Star break, which is July 11-14. The new timetable came after the right-hander received a second MRI on Friday on an injury that’s been slower to heal than initially expected.