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Niki McGloster
Jun, 29, 2018

Here’s all the news you need to know:

A gunman opened fire on the Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland killing five on Thursday (June 28). Police say Jarrod Warren Ramos, who once filed a defamation suit against the establishment, was armed with a shotgun and smoke grenades. He has been charged with five counts of first-degree murder. (CNN)

An oil tanker explosion in Lagos, Nigeria has killed at least 9 and injured 5. The fuel truck, which crashed after its brakes failed, spilled its contents on the busy Lagos Ibadan Expressway. The spill caused more than 50 vehicles, including five buses, to catch on fire. (CNN)

Congresswoman Maxine Waters has received an increased number of death threats after she called for the public to confront Trump administration. As a result, she has had to cancel two appearances in Alabama and Texas. Waters says "there was one very serious death threat,” which the United States Capitol Police are investigating. (CNN)

Terry Crews will not appear in The Expendables 4 after being threatened by the movie’s producer, Avi Lerner. While testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee about sexual assault by Adam Venit, Crews said the exec told him to drop his case. “The producer of that film called my manager and asked him to drop my case in order for me to be in the fourth installment of the movie — and, if I didn’t, there’d be trouble,” he said. (Shadow And Act)

More than 200 people were killed in Nigeria’s Plateau state during a deadly dispute between Muslim farmers and Christian herders. In response to the violence, President Muhammadu Buhari’s has employed additional police force and provided relief materials to affected communities. (Reuters)

Drake confirms he has a child on new album, Scorpion. “She’s not my lover like Billie Jean but the kid is mine,” he raps on the last track of the newly releases double-disc LP. The “Nice For What” rapper also addresses that he was “hiding the world from his kid” (“Emotionless”) and the difficulties of co-parenting. (Twitter)

YouTube Premium has ordered a six-episode comedic sci-fi anthology series from Jordan Peele and Key & Peele writer Charlie Sanders. Titled Weird City, the show will center on present-day issues “told now through the prism of sci-fi and comedy.” The series will debut in 2019. (Variety)