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By DNAinfo Staff | June 28, 2016 4:32pm 

 Actor Jesse Williams attends the 2016 BET Awards on June 26, 2016.
Actor Jesse Williams attends the 2016 BET Awards on June 26, 2016.
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Supreme Court Strikes Down Texas Abortion Law

In what many are calling most important abortion rights case since Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court struck down a Texas abortion law that imposed strict regulations on doctors and facilities that provided women with abortions. Some experts say this could question the constitutionality of restrictions in other states on abortions, and potentially open up what has been become an increasingly difficult process for women across the country. [Reuters and Washington Post]

How Britain Could Exit “Brexit”

After a referendum in which Britain has voted to exit the European Union, many already seem to be regretting their choice. The New York Times analyzed several options that could possibly stop the so called Brexit. One alternative is to simply not do it, since the referendum is not legally binding. Scotland, whose voters overwhelmingly opposed Brexit, could also veto any decision to leave the EU, making the process harder. Another option is to repeat the referendum, hoping for a different result the second time around (a petition calling for it has already reached nearly 4 million signatures). Finally, Britain can negotiate terms of an exit that would preserve the status quo without formal EU membership. [New York Times and The Independent]

Why Jesse Williams’ Speech on Race Matters

Actor, activist and educator Jesse Williams took the BET Awards and social media by storm when he stepped up to the podium to accept his humanitarian award, honoring the on-the-front-lines work he’s done for social movements like Black Lives Matter and Ferguson. Williams talked about racial inequality, police brutality and cultural appropriation. [New York Times]

'Pocahontas' Isn’t The Only Native American Trump Has Offended

Sen. Elizabeth Warren has skewered presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump on Twitter and in speeches. Trump has fired back and derisively nicknamed Warren “Pocahontas,” a jab at the controversy surrounding her claim of Native American heritage during her tenure at Harvard. Trump’s nickname has drawn the ire of Native Americans. But, this isn’t the first time Trump offended Native Americans. In the 1990s, he claimed many were involved in “organized crime” and he “might have more Indian blood than a lot of the so-called Indians” when they were his primary casino rivals. [The Daily Beast]

The Pope Says the Church Needs to Apologize to Gays

In an interview with reporters on his way back to Rome from Armenia, Pope Francis called on the church to apologize to the way it has treated the gay community and said, “The questions is: if a person who has that condition, who has good will, and who looks for God, who are we to judge?" according to Reuters. He also said the church needs to seek forgiveness from the poor, and from exploited women and children. [Reuters]

NYU’s Medical School Jeopardized the Safety of Its Subjects in Experimental Drug Studies, the FDA Says

NYU has quietly closed several studies and dismissed one of its top psychiatry researchers after the Food and Drug Administration determined it had jeopardized the safety and well-being of participants with mental health issues. [New York Times]

Here’s What Trump’s Anti-Semitic Supporters Really Think

WNYC’s Matt Katz is one of the many Jewish reporters who have been attacked online by Trump supporters. While some reporters, like one Katz interviews in this story, have chosen to arm themselves with guns to feel safer, Katz went straight to the source: He contacted some of the people coming after him online to find out what they really think — and how scared he should really be. [WNYC]

Fireworks Can Be Nerve-Racking For Your Dog

There’s at least one member of your household who isn’t looking forward to the Fourth of July. Dogs can experience noise anxiety and many react in different ways to the stress caused during fireworks. Experts have a few tips for helping your dog cope and the Food and Drug Administration has approved a drug for canine noise aversion that recently came on the market. [New York Times

Nerdy Details You May Have Missed From the 'Game of Thrones' Finale

After an explosive “Game of Thrones” season finale Sunday night, here’s a list and recap of important details and plot points you might have overlooked or forgotten about. Spoilers ahead, obviously. [Business Insider]

Nobody is Suing Kanye West Over His ‘Famous’ Video

It seems Kanye West made his video for “Famous” — featuring the naked, sleeping forms of Donald Trump, Taylor Swift, Anna Wintour and his own wife — specifically to get a rise out of his fellow famous peers. But, so far, that’s a no-go: according to reports, everyone featured in the music video has remained mum since it was released last week. [Revelist]

Trump Promised Millions in Charity Donations and Actually Donated Around $10,000

While Trump promised to donate $8.5 million to charity in recent years, the Washington Post found evidence of only $10,000 in donations after calling more than a hundred charities with connections to the presidential hopeful. [Washington Post]

Uber Wants to Start Giving You Hot Air Balloon Rides

Requesting a car ride through Uber is so 2015. The company announced at TechCrunch Shanghai that it will now start letting users request a ride via hot air balloon or boat. Unfortunately, the options are currently only available in China, so New Yorkers may have to wait a while before they can make their daily commute from Brooklyn to Midtown through the sky. [Gizmodo]

This column was compiled by DNAinfo reporters Shaye Weaver, Carolina Pichardo, Ewa Kern-Jedrychowska, Irene Plagianos, Nikhita Venugopal, Gwynne Hogan, Noah Hurowitz, Jeanmarie Evelly, Eddie Small, Rachel Holliday Smith, Danielle Tcholakian, Allegra Hobbs and Dartunorro Clark.