Up and at-'em! Today's Metro6@7 is sure to get you moving. From a breaking terror attack to Donald Trump's brawl with Univision, Metro is jam-packed with news.
BREAKING: TERROR ATTACK IN FRANCE
A decapitated head covered in Arabic writing was found at a U.S. gas company in France after two assailants rammed a car into the premises, exploding gas containers.The attack, in which one person was killed and at least one was injured, bore the hallmarks of Islamist militants.
TRUMP vs. UNIVISION
Spanish-language broadcaster Univision announced that it was dropping the Miss USA Pageant and cutting all business ties with Donald Trump as a result of the comments he made recently about Mexican immigrants. During his presidential campaign speech, Trump accused Latino immigrants of bringing drugs, crime and rapists to the U.S.
Draft season has not gone well for Knicks fans.In May, the team fell from No. 2 to No. 4 in the NBA Draft Lottery. Thursday night, New York fans showered Kristaps Porzingis with boos at the 2015 NBA Draft at Barclays Center, upset that the team selected a relative unknown.
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COURT GIVES OBAMACARE A VICTORY
The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday rejected a conservative legal challenge that could have doomed President Barack Obama's healthcare law, upholding nationwide tax subsidies crucial to his signature domestic policy achievement -- subsidies that thousands of New Yorkers depend on.
TAYLOR SWIFT'S AND APPLE
Just days after giving Apple a Swift kick in the arseoverchincing her fellow music industry artists, pop princess Taylor Swifthas given the company the rights to stream her album, 1989, on its soon-to-be-launched streaming service.
LA LOHAN'S FASHION LINE
Lindsay Lohan’s name has been synonymous with many things over the years, from the highs of movies “Parent Trap” and “Mean Girls” to the lows of the leaked sex list and completing 100 hours of community service for reckless driving. Now the actress has gone back to the drawing board in a 16-piece Seventies-inspired collaboration – including fringed and tasselled tops, culottes, tailored shorts and a cape blazer – with British high street brand Lavish Alice