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Top 5 Stories You Missed While You Were Sleeping

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‘Bachelorette’ Contestant Is Convicted for Assault: Lincoln Adim, who’s on the current season of the “Bachelorette’ was found guilty of groping and assaulting a woman on a Massachusetts cruise ship in 2016. The 26-year-old was originally sentenced to one year in jail, but it was reduced to two years on probation. He will be registered as a sex offender, TMZ reported.

Antarctica Loses Three Trillion Tons of Ice: Within the last 25 years, ice sheets have been melting at a faster rate according to BBC. Scientists fear a massive increase in sea levels which can lead to more powerful hurricanes and destroy coastal cities and areas. Citizens are demanding the Government implement global warming solutions.

Meghan Markle Is the First Royal to be Considered for Emmy: The Duchess of Sussex was submitted to be considered for an Emmy nomination as Rachel in “Suits” and could be selected for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series according to Entertainment Tonight. The official nominations will be announced July 12.

Comcast Offers $65 Billion to Take 21st Century Fox from Disney: The AT&T and Time Warner merge has inspired Comcast to make a bid for 21st Century Fox and Walt Disney is putting up a fight, New York Times reported. Disney agreed in December to buy the most of Fox for $52.4 billion. The bidding war for a conglomerate will allow each party to compete with AT&T’s acquisition of Time Warner.

FBI Arrests 74 In Hacking Scandal: “Operation WireWire” helped the FBI arrest more than 74 hackers who compromised businesses with email scams. The convicts would  “send emails that appear to be from trusted corporate executives or vendors, which instruct targeted employees to wire funds to accounts controlled by criminals” according to Reuters. 40 American citizens were arrested along with 29 Nigerians.

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