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Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin with some adult fare this morning. It's been 30 years since "When Harry Met Sally..." came out and we laughed as Meg Ryan demonstrated for Billy Crystal how women can fake it.

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President Trump has grown more interested in suing big tech companies for being monopolies. He tells CNBC that Europeans have been suing Internet firms so the United States might be doing the same.

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When Kim Jong Un emerged as the new leader of North Korea in 2011, it was a mystery to many in the Western world. To others, he was a punch line. Even some North Koreans didn't buy the hype.

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Broadway celebrated a record-breaking season in terms of audience and box office with the Tony Awards last night. And two shows came up big, as Jeff Lunden reports.

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