The Supreme Court ruled the Trump administration illegally ended an Obama-era program protecting undocumented immigrants who were brought into the country as children [WaPo].
President Donald Trump lashed out at the Supreme Court following the ruling. "Do you get the feeling the Supreme Court doesn't like me?" Trump tweeted [NBC News].
California issued a statewide order requiring people to wear face coverings in public settings [Axios].
California, Arizona, Texas and Florida are all reporting record spikes in the number of coronavirus cases in those states [CNBC].
Dr. Anthony Fauci warned there may be no football season this year if a second wave of Covid-19 flares up this fall [CNN].
President Trump's campaign tapped Rudy Giuliani to head a campaign to press for at least one more debate this fall against Joe Biden. Trump also wants to have a say in who will moderate. Biden's campaign dismissed Trump's request [Politico].
Sen. Amy Klobuchar took herself out of the running to be Joe Biden's running mate. She urged Biden to pick a woman of color as his vice president [Politico].
President Trump said in an interview that mail-in voting could cost him the 2020 election [Politico].
Joe Biden's campaign has not staffed up yet in several battleground states [Bloomberg].
A Fox News poll shows Joe Biden leading Donald Trump 50-38 percent [Fox News].
A Quinnipiac poll gives Biden a 49-41 percent lead nationally [Quinnipiac].
Facebook removed ads from the Trump campaign that contained a symbol used by Nazis. The campaign called the symbol an "emoji" [NPR].
Twitter slapped a warning label on a video President Trump retweeted determining the post violated the company's policy on manipulated media [WaPo].
"Make sure I win"
An unredacted version of former national security adviser John Bolton's book said Trump directly asked Chinese President Xi Jinping for help winning his 2020 re-election bid. "Make sure I win," Trump allegedly said [Vanity Fair].
A top State Department official tendered her resignation to protest President Trump's response to racial tensions in the country [WaPo].
Another 1.5 million Americans filed for jobless benefits last week, which is more than economists expected [CNBC].
AMC Theaters say they will re-open most locations across the U.S. on July 15. The company says they will not require face masks because they don't want to get caught up in a political controversy [Variety].
Carnival, the cruise line operator, reported a $4.4 billion quarterly loss [New York Post].