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Giraffe on the loose! Thabisa, a baby giraffe at the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo, briefly escaped her enclosure on Monday. All is ok. SEATTLE TIMES

[Cathie Rowand/The Journal-Gazette via AP]




Ten people were killed and more than a dozen injured when someone drove a rental van into a crowd of pedestrians in Toronto, Canada. The driver, 25-year-old Alek Minassian, is in custody. Authorities say the incident “appeared intentional” but is not believed to be an act of terrorism. NY TIMES



Police arrested the man suspected of killing four people at a Tennessee Waffle House in a wooded area just miles from the restaurant. Cops found a weapon and ammunition in his backpack. Authorities released photos of the suspect, 29-year-old Travis Reinking, who has torn clothing and scratches on his shoulder. SEE PIC



Former President George H.W. Bush is in a Houston hospital with an infection that spread to his blood. He was admitted just one day after his wife’s funeral. Bush is 93 years old. CBS NEWS



THE DETAILS: Kate Middleton gave birth to a baby boy, weighing 8 pounds, 7 ounces. That’s the heaviest royal baby in a century. The baby is fifth in line to the throne and a name has still not been announced. Here are the top baby name predictions: READ THEM

@jksmitchell: Imagine if Kate and Will just announced the royal baby was called Keith.

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CHANNELING PRINCESS DI: Middleton left the hospital just hours after giving birth. She wore a red dress, which some say was paying homage to Princess Diana, the mother-in-law she never met. SEE PIC

@tsnotoole: Wait… she had the Royal baby, walked out and showed it to everyone, then went home?! I had fast food yesterday and couldn’t leave the couch.

THE OTHER KIDS: Prince George and Princess Charlotte met their new brother at the hospital. And 2-year-old Charlotte quickly won over the crowd with an adorable and very regal wave: WATCH



Amazon is secretly developing home robots. They’re kind of like mobile Alexas: “Prototypes of the robots have advanced cameras and computer vision software and can navigate through homes like a self-driving car.” BLOOMBERG

Sounds cool, but still can’t top Vicki. #SmallWonder



Apple is reportedly working on a cheaper iPhone, possibly only $550 with a bigger screen than previous models. Sales have been disappointing for Apple’s iPhone X, which costs upward of $1,000 MASHABLE

Just come out with a phone whose battery doesn’t die and screen doesn’t crack and we’ll pay the $1,000.



Old Navy is opening 60 more locations across the U.S. this year and remodeling about 150 locations with better fitting rooms, bathrooms and checkout areas. The company is also trying “buy online pick up in store” in a handful of locations. CNBC

They’re also changing the name to Navé.


8. SAY WHAT?! recently reactivated a bunch of old profiles, even though some had been deactivated or deleted years prior. This raises even more concerns about user data and how long companies can hold onto user info. THE VERGE

Match went from the business of setting people up to breaking them up.



Quentin Tarantino made a surprise visit at CinemaCon 2018, where he talked for the first time about his next project, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. It stars Brad Pitt and DiCaprio. USA TODAY



An apple cost a Colorado woman $500 after she brought it off a plane at a Minneapolis airport.Crystal Tadlock was returning to the U.S. from Paris and threw an apple from the flight into her bag. When she got to customs, not realizing it was a violation to have it, she says an agent asked if her flight was expensive– telling her it was “about to get a whole lot more expensive.”  CNN

You like apples? How you like dem $500 apples?



@robfee: Everyone’s dad turns down the radio when he misses a turn or gets lost like it was Tom Petty’s fault or something.

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