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

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First Lady Michelle Obama recently opened up about race and the "insults and slights" she's received, even while living in the White House. (The New York Times)
Calling all '90s kids! Beginning June 29, Dawson's Creek and Buffy the Vampire Slayer reruns will air on ABC Family. (TV Line)
Colin Quinn's new book, The Coloring Book: A Comedian Solves Race Relations in America, is not for the easily offended. "I know a lot of you people are going to read this book and say, 'This guy is an asshole,'" Quinn says. (The Daily Beast)
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Nadia Nadim, who escaped from the Taliban at 12 years old, is now a huge soccer star. Talk about a champion. (Vice)
The FBI has acquired several tech devices from Emilio Herrera, 30, that are allegedly linked to the celebrity hack. (CNN)
Mr. Grey is not happy. A copy of the latest Fifty Shades of Grey book was stolen from a Penguin Random House office in England, one week before its release date. (Associated Press)
Have you been missing Annalise Keating, Olivia Pope, and Dr. Miranda Bailey? Now, you can mark your calendars for their return — ABC has announced fall premiere dates for the 2015-16 season. (Just Jared)
Hurry and grab a box of tissues, there's trouble in Springfield. Homer and Marge are set to split in the 27th season of The Simpsons. (CNN)
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