These are the headlines you Need 2 Know. * **Debate Night, Pt. 2:** The second night of the first Democratic primary debate is in the books, and the night belonged to Sen. Kamala Harris. The former prosecutor put her courtroom skills to use against Joe Biden in a withering critique of his comments on working with segregationists in the Senate and his past support of busing for school integration. Biden, who remains the frontrunner, took hits from most of the other nine candidates on stage in a scrappier, more aggressive back-in-forth than the previous night’s debate. [6 takeaways]( * **Supreme Court Decisions: Census:** In a major defeat for the Trump administration, its controversial new citizenship question on the 2020 census has been blocked ー for now. The Supreme Court did not accept the White House’s justification for adding the question, finding the rationale inadequate. The vote was 5-4, with Chief Justice John Roberts siding with the liberal members of the court. President Trump says he’s asked lawyers if it’s possible to delay the census as a result. [CBS News]( * **Supreme Court Decisions: Gerrymandering:** In a separate landmark decision, the high court ruled that federal courts can’t block partisan gerrymandering ー the act of redrawing election districts to give one political party an advantage over the other. The 5-4 ruling favored Democratic lawmakers in Maryland and Republican lawmakers in North Carolina, who were challenged by voters. It’s a major setback for election reformers. [Reuters]( * **G-20:** President Trump is in Japan for the G-20 summit of world leaders, where he is meeting tomorrow with the Chinese president in hopes of striking a trade deal, once and for all. On the first day of talks, Trump appeared to joke with Vladimir Putin about Russian election interference, playfully wagging his finger at Putin and saying “Don’t meddle in the election.” [Bloomberg]( * **Recalls: Fisher-Price:** Fisher-Price has recalled 71,000 inclined sleeper accessories that come with Ultra-Lite Day and Night Play Yards, following infant deaths believed to be linked to other inclined sleepers made by the company. Here’s more information on the recall: [Read]( * **Recalls: Apple:** Apple is recalling 500,000 15-inch Macbook Pros because the batteries could catch fire. While the company announced the recall last week, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has released new information, noting 26 cases of the laptops’ batteries overheating. There have been five reports of minor burns as a result. [ABC News]( * **Twitter Change:** Twitter will mark tweets from political figures and government officials that break its rules of abusive behavior but are still considered in the “public interest” with a disclaimer. In a blog post, the company says the warning, or “notice,” will have to be clicked before users can read the tweet, and it will not be prominently featured in the algorithm. [Cheddar]( * **Stonewall Anniversary:** Today marks 50 years since the riots at the Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village ushered in the modern LGBTQ movement. More than 4 million people are expected at this weekend’s Pride march in New York, which is also playing host to WorldPride this month. Here’s the history of how a police raid at a nondescript downtown gay bar became the turning point in the struggle for gay rights: [Read it]( * **World Cup:** The U.S. women’s team faces off against France today at 3 p.m. ET in the quarterfinal in what is expected to be a competitive game between two of the best squads in the world. [How to Watch](,news-30469.html). * **Prime Concert:** In a bid to hype this year’s Prime Day shopping event, Amazon Music is hosting a Prime Day concert, headlined by Taylor Swift. The concert will be livestreamed on July 10 via Prime Video at 9 p.m. ET, just days before the two-day shopping extravaganza. [Vox]( * **Good Morning, Charlie!:** Sony has released the first trailer for its new Charlie’s Angels reboot, starring Kristen Stewart, Ella Balinska and Naomi Scott as the iconic trio. The film is directed by Elizabeth Banks and hits theaters in November. [Watch]( * **Spotted:** Jackie O’s Martha’s Vineyard compound, “Red Gate Farm,” on the market for $65 million, 40 years after the former first lady purchased the property for a million dollars. [Watch]( * **CIA’s Insta:** The CIA’s Instagram account is following nearly a dozen other accounts ー almost all of which belong to celebrities, including some who have played CIA officers or assets. They include Jessica Chastain, Pierce Brosnan and Ben Affleck. [CBS News]( Cheddar's Hena Doba gets into the latest. Subscribe to the Need 2 Know newsletter [here]( and listen to our morning podcast wherever you get your podcasts.

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