8 Things You Need To Know This AM — Jul 11 2015

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Pope Francis asked for forgiveness from Bolivia's indigenous peoples for "crimes" against them by the Catholic church. (Associated Press)
The Pope is also still not a fan of unchecked capitalism. In a speech, he called it the "dung of the devil." (The Guardian)
The White House didn't let the Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby decision keep women from getting birth control without a co-pay. (Huffington Post)
Kentucky's Governor is at the end of his rope with one clerk who STILL refuses to issue marriage licenses to same sex couples. (Talking Points Memo)
Looking for a good drag show to check out while you're on vacation? Start with this list. (Yahoo! Travel)
According to the FBI, alleged Charleston church killer, Dylann Roof, should not have been allowed to purchase the firearm used in the shooting. (Washington Post)
European finance ministers will spend today discussing whether to accept Greece's offer for financial assistance. EU leaders have a summit on Sunday. (AP)
Today is July 11th, which means it's 7/11/15, which —most importantly — means it's time to go get your free Slurpee. (IB Times)

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