News you missed while you were sleeping

News you missed while you were sleeping
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Happy Tuesday morning. We have officially arrived in the 70s, and could be headed for the 80s this weekend. Hello, sun! Here are the headlines you may have missed overnight:

There are now three new names on the law enforcement memorial outside Spokane’s Public Safety Building, which honors those who served and protected Washington state. The officers’ names were added to the memorial in a ceremony last night, bringing the total to 327. Today, you’re invited to attend the annual law enforcement memorial service at 11:30 a.m. More information here.

The Met Gala’s red carpet last night probably means you’re scrolling through seemingly endless pictures of celebrities in extravagant and strange outfits this morning. The charity benefit, which costs upwards of $30,000 per person to attend, is known for delivering some of the most daring fashion statements of the year. This year’s theme “Camp: Notes on Fashion,” once again resulted in quite the assortment of bold looks. (If you have no idea what ‘camp’ means as a theme, you are definitely not alone. Find an explanation here.)

We’re still waiting on a name for Harry and Meghan’s royal baby. Alexander, James and Arthur are thought to be the top choices right now.

Hundreds of crew members and passengers aboard a Church of Scientology cruise ship in St. Lucia have now been under quarantine for a week. The 277 crew members and passengers have been stranded on the ship since Tuesday when a female crew member tested positive for measles. She is is now healthy, but everyone else on board still had to either prove they had been immunized or remain on the ship until their blood samples can be tested for the disease.

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