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Here's the Metro6@7:

HOT 97 SUMMER JAM CHAOS
It was pandemonium at Summer Jam in New Jersey as state troopers in riot gear confronted fans they say were trying to "illegally" enter the annual hip-hop showcase. Videos and photos posted on social media show bottles being thrown Sunday night, people being arrested, fans screaming -- and pepper spray being pointed.

STUNNING JAILBREAK
More than 24 hours after their escape from a maximum security prison in upstate New York was noticed, two convicted killers are still on the loose. Gov. Andrew Cuomo is offering a $100,000 reward for information that leads to their capture, but reiterated that the men are dangerous and should not be approached.

GOVERNORS BALL
Things got cray at the Governors Ball over the weekend.  50,000 fans descended on Ramdall's Island for the event. One of the highlights was a lowlight -- when Deadmau5 had, lets say, technical difficulties. Metro has the photos.

WORLD CUP
The Womens World Cup opens today. Metro gives you the lowdown on the U.S. team -- and the players to watch.

AMERICAN PHAROAH
The Metro sports desk weighs in on what's next for the Triple Crown pony -- and Kristian Dyer looks at the struggles horse racing is facing.

THE TONYS
Immediate cult classic “Fun Home” dominated the Tony Awards with 5 wins out of a total 12 nominations. Metro has the full rundown.