These are the headlines you Need 2 Know. * **Capital One Hack:** A woman has been charged in connection with a massive Capital One data breach. The alleged hacker, Paige Thompson, gained access to more than 100 million credit card applications and accounts over a 14-year period. Thompson worked for Amazon Web Services, which hosted the Capital One database that was breached. The breach includes 140,000 Social Security numbers and 80,000 bank account numbers. [NPR]( * **Brazil Prison Murders:** At least 57 prisoners were killed by fellow inmates at a prison in northern Brazil. Sixteen of those killed were decapitated. Authorities say members of an organized crime group set fire to a part of the prison housing another organized crime group. Police couldn’t enter the prison for hours as a result of the fire, which spread quickly. [AP News]( * **Calif. Food Festival Shooting:** Police say the 19-year-old gunman who opened fire at the Gilroy Garlic Festival bought his "AK-47-type" weapon legally in Nevada. Among the three victims killed were two kids: 6-year-old Stephen Luciano Romero and 13-year-old Keyla Salazar. Twenty-five-year-old Trevor Irby is the third victim. The motive is still unknown. [CBS News]( * **Democratic Debates: Round Two:** Tonight is the first night in the second round of Democratic debates. Taking the stage tonight in Detroit: Pete Buttigieg, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Beto O’Rourke. The debate starts at 8pm ET on CNN. Here’s everything you Need2Know: [Read it]( * **9/11 Bill:** President Trump has signed legislation that effectively gives permanent funding to sick 9/11 responders. The president was joined by first responders and their families for the signing in the Rose Garden. The bill, called “Never Forget The Heroes,” is named in honor of first responders James Zadroga, Ray Pfeifer and Luis Alvarez. [ABC News]( * **India’s Tigers:** India’s Bengal tiger population has grown to almost 3,000, a 33 percent increase since 2014. Prime Minister Narendra Modi called the tiger count a “historic achievement” for India, where the national animal is endangered. Some caution India’s conservationist training is “abysmal.” [CNN]( * **Uber Layoffs:** Uber has laid off one third of its global marketing team, giving about 400 people the pink slip. The company, which went public in May, lost about $1 billion in the first three months of the year. The ride-hailing company faces questions about its profitability. [NY Times]( * **’Old Town Road’ Still on Top:** Lil Nas X’s Old Town Road has spent 17 weeks at the top, breaking the Billboard Hot 100’s record as longest-running No. 1 single. The 20-year-old singer dethroned One Sweet Day and Despacito, which both held the top spot for 16 weeks. In the last week, the song had 72.5 million streams in the U.S. [Billboard]( * **Lori Loughlin’s Daughters:** The daughters of Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli have broken their social media silence by posting happy birthday messages to Loughlin on Instagram. Olivia Jade and Bella had been mum on their pages since their parents were charged in connection with the college admissions scandal. [See posts]( * **Copycat:** A jury in California has found Katy Perry guilty of copyright infringement. The suit against Perry was brought by Marcus Gray, a Christian rapper, who claims Perry’s Dark Horse was similar to his song, Joyful Noise. [Hollywood Reporter]( * **Food Sharing:** You may be closer to your delivery driver than you think. A new study by US Foods shows 28 percent of delivery drivers have taken food from an order. More than half of delivery drivers said they are tempted by the smell of the food they’re delivering. [Read the report]( Cheddar's Hena Doba and Jill Wagner get 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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