8 Things You Need To Know This AM — Jul 08 2015

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Thousands of monkeys have been exposed to poison gas, infected with diseases, iraddiated and more, in testing to support the War on Terror. (BuzzFeed)
After the revelation that Bill Cosby bought Quaaludes to drug women for sex, outrage continues. Cosby's hypocritical history of moralizing on the subject is just fanning the flames. (The Washington Post)
Subway says it's "shocked" by the news that spokesman Jared Fogle's home was raided in a child-porn investigation. The chain also notes that Fogle's yet to be charged with any crime. (LA Times)
The South Carolina Senate took the third of three votes required to remove the Confederate flag from the statehouse. The House takes up the issue today. (NPR)
The PGA won't host October's Grand Slam of Golf at Donald Trump's L.A. course. It's the latest in a slew of organizations to drop The Donald after a racist speech. (ESPN)
FSU cut quarterback De'Andre Johnson after video surfaced of him punching a woman in a bar. (ABC)
Serena Williams beat Victoria Azarenka, after defeating her big sister Venus to advance to the semi-finals at Wimbeldon, where she faces Maria Sharapova. (The Guardian)
Harry Shearer, the vocal genius behind Mr. Burns and other Simpsons characters, will return to the show. Egg-cellent. (Entertainment Weekly)

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