8 Things To Know This AM

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Serena Williams pulled out of her second-round doubles match with sister Venus at Wimbledon, reportedly due to illness. "I really wanted to compete, but this bug just got the best of me," Williams said in an official statement. (New York Post)

Here's a first look at the increasingly stylish Clark Kent — played by the increasingly handsome Henry Cavill — in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. (Cinema Blend)

Ruth Bader Ginsburg's scathing dissent to the Hobby Lobby decision: now a viral sing-along! (ThinkProgress)

A British newspaper asked men to recreate underwear ads featuring chiseled models to demonstrate that there are unrealistic body image expectations for males, too. (Huffington Post)

Here's what happens when a funny, social-media-savvy family thinks a selfie one member posted is ridiculous. (Happy Place)

Travel Channel has placed Adam Richman's new show Man Finds Food on indefinite hiatus following his recent spree of inappropriate Instagram comments. (A.V. Club)

If you've ever fantasized about appearing on the hilarious Drunk History, you'll undoubtedly enjoy this actress recounting her portrayal of Janis Joplin on the show. (Esquire)

Finally, the FTC has accused T-Mobile of a dubious practice called "cramming," in which the carrier adds services onto consumers' bills without telling them. The additional charges appear to be from a third-party company and are difficult for customers to detect. T-Mobile's CEO says the FTC's accusation is "unfounded and without merit." (USA Today)

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