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A group of nuns tailgated one of Pope Francis’ masses. The #squad showed up with chips, sandwiches, and folding chairs. (Vanity Fair)
Justice Scalia says he “wouldn’t be surprised” if the Supreme Court overturns the death penalty. He believes it's constitutional. (Buzzfeed News)
The real Vladimir Putin actually called Elton John. He apologized for the pranksters who called the singer and asked to meet with him. (BBC News)
Donald Trump wants the F.C.C. to fine a Fox News host for hurting his feelings. We can't even start to point out how ironic this is. (Huffington Post)
Shondaland is developing another medical drama for ABC. It will focus on a military medical team in Baghdad during the Iraq War. (Deadline)
Australia may deny Chris Brown an entry visa due to his 2009 domestic violence conviction. (CNN)
A new study shows that women are more likely to answer a dating app message if it contains a reference to food. (Business Insider)
A San Antonio assistant coach allegedly ordered two of his high school football players to tackle a referee. He has resigned. (Los Angeles Times)

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