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    The Pope visits the Muslim world. Francis flies to the United Arab Emirates for a three-day visit. He’s expected to meet privately with Muslim leaders, visit a mosque and celebrate the first Mass by a pope on the Arabian Peninsula.

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    Jimmie Johnson: Behind the Wheel

    • French Open tennis opens. The only Grand Slam tournament played on a clay court begins, with Simona Halep and Novak Djokovic the top seeds. Watch through June 9 on the Tennis Channel and NBC.

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    Serena's catsuit banned by French Open

    2. Coronavirus

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    Memorial Day weekend heat wave and severe weather threat

    • Homeland security chief visits Guatemala. Acting Secretary Kevin McAleenan said he’ll travel to the home nation of at least five children who died recently after being apprehended in the United States. McAleenan has warned of a humanitarian crisis at the border as vulnerable migrants arrive at US facilities with “inadequate capacity.”

    01:31 - Source: CNN
    Lawmaker suggests migrant deaths are intentional

    • Stanley Cup action gets underway. The St. Louis Blues head to Boston to face the Bruins in Game 1. Watch at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.

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    Around the World with the Stanley Cup


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    This mobile clinic is fighting the opioid epidemic

    • Facebook execs subpoenaed in Canada. CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg have been summoned to appear by a parliamentary panel looking into disinformation and election meddling. The social media giant says it may only send a company representative.

    03:46 - Source: CNN
    Zuckerberg survives Congress' softball hearing

    ’Anthony Bourdain Remembered.’ A book of anecdotes and memories of our late CNN colleague hits shelves.  

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    Remembering Anthony Bourdain

    • That buzzing sound is the National Spelling Bee. These young athletes train with a dictionary and a dream. Tune in starting Tuesday, with coverage of the final – and its $50,000 cash prize – starting at 8:30 p.m. ET Thursday on ESPN.

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    CNN anchors to bee winner: Spell covfefe

    4. Lebanon

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    Saudi Arabia reports drone attack on oil pumping stations

    • Another 2020 Democrat faces voters. US Sen. Michael Bennet of Colorado is the latest Trump challenger to step into the CNN town hall spotlight. Tune in at 10 p.m. ET.

    01:58 - Source: CNN
    Sen. Michael Bennet jumps in 2020 presidential race


    Meanwhile, the President’s former “fixer,” attorney Michael Cohen, agreed to appear behind closed doors before the House Intelligence Committee. He’s expected to talk about Russia and to correct testimony from 2017 that led to his guilty plea for lying to Congress.

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    Congressman: Information in Flynn memos is very explosive

    Disneyland creeps up to the Galaxy’s Edge. The “Star Wars”-themed world opens in California. Disney calls it the biggest theme park expansion ever. But without a reservation, you can’t ride the Millennium Falcon or dine in a galactic cantina until June 24.

    02:35 - Source: CNN Business
    Get a first look inside Disney's new 'Star Wars' land


    • White House Correspondents’ Association gets dolled up. Breaking from its tradition of having a comedian roast the President and the press corps, the fundraiser will feature US presidential biographer Ron Chernow. Meantime, Trump is skipping the event for the third straight year. Coverage begins at 7 p.m. ET on CNN.

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    This is the worst case scenario for the US-China trade war

    • The Atlantic hurricane season begins. Experts predict as many as four major hurricanes before the season closes on November 30. Get prepared with CNN’s hurricane checklist.

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    How are hurricanes named?

    • New York celebrates WorldPride. LGBTQ people and their supporters kick off a month of parties, rallies, teach-ins, sporting events and the arts to mark 50 years since the Stonewall riots. It’s one of several worldwide commemorations of the key gay rights rallying point.

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    This is what Pride celebrations look like around the world

    • The Champions League Final is on. It’s Tottenham versus Liverpool in Madrid. Wherever you are on the planet, here’s how to watch.

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    FIFPro's move to fight concussions in football