8 Things You Need To Know This AM — Jun 01 2015

Taylor Swift's "Style" performance in Detroit got a supermodel upgrade, thanks to guest appearances by Gigi Hadid and Martha Hunt. (Instagram)
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Bob Schieffer signed off from CBS' Face the Nation after 24 years as its moderator, and thanked viewers for "the trust you placed in me." (Hollywood Reporter)
We're ready to hunt down Swedish bachelors, ASAP. Fathers in Sweden just got granted a third month of paternity leave, making the parental leave total up to 16 months off. (Daily Mail)
Google and Levi's have partnered up to make wearable tech jeans. "The potential is that the input is the gesture – crossing your legs, swiping, waving, lifting," Levi's VP of innovation said. Careful how you dance in those things. (WWD)
Saiga antelopes look a little like silly Dr. Seuss animals, but they're in some serious danger: Half their tiny population has just mysteriously dropped dead in Central Asia. (New York Times)
When we grow up and retire, we want to give a performance like this lady, who absolutely kills "Uptown Funk." (YouTube)
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In less-savory senior news, presidential candidate Bernie Sanders compared his 1972 fictional rape fantasy essay to Fifty Shades of Grey, which, sorry, still doesn't make it less awful. (NBC News)
To wash that ick out of your brain, celebrate the fact that NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio's son Dante is going to Yale in the fall. (New York Daily News)
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