News You Should Know

Your daily FYI.

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—Jon Stewart is winding down but not fizzling out. The late night favorite will host President Obama on The Daily Show on Tuesday, which will mark the President's seventh and final appearance on the show. (Vanity Fair (opens in new tab))

—Ten-year-old transcripts from a deposition given by Bill Cosby (following a lawsuit that was ultimately settled out of court) have recently been obtained and released by The New York Times. In the documents, Cosby admits with unsettling nonchalance to seducing and drugging women for the purpose of sexual predation. (NY Times (opens in new tab))

—A new teaser for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2 was just released. Watch Katniss Everdeen take on the Capitol in the clip below. (Harper's BAZAAR (opens in new tab))

—Google is still growing. This time, into the home services market. The tech company might soon be able to help you find a plumber, painter or housekeeper—and not just by typing 'best plumber in nyc' into the Google search bar. (The Verge (opens in new tab))

—Remember the hip shaking and arm flailing motion that became Carlton's namesake dance move on The Fresh Prince of Bel Air? Well, Justin Timberlake and Alfonso Riberio (aka Carlton) just revived the old-school choreography on the golf course and it's *amazing*. Watch the impromptu dance break below. (EW (opens in new tab))

—Donald Trump is racking up the flack lately. In his latest outrageous moment, the Republican presidential candidate mocked Senator John McCain's war record as a POW in Vietnam: "I like people that weren't captured, OK? I hate to tell you. He's a war hero because he was captured, OK?" Needless to say, McCain (who spent five years as a prisoner in Vietnam, two in solitary confinement) was pretty P.O.'d by Trump's tasteless remarks. (LA Times (opens in new tab))

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