1. Connecticut Sailor Killed
The Navy identified the seven sailors killed when their destroyer collided with a ship off the coast of Japan on Saturday, and one of them is from Connecticut. Ngoc "Tan" Truong Huynh, 25, from Oakville, was killed in the crash, which is still under investigation.
2. Alex Jones - Megyn Kelly
Megyn Kelly's controversial interview with Inforwars host Alex Jones aired Sunday night. Although he has floated the idea of the Sandy Hook shooting being a hoax, he told Kelly he 'tends to believe' that children 'probably did die there.' The NBC Connecticut affiliate did not air the interview.
3. Diana Taurasi
There's no denying Diana Taurasi is one of the all-time great UConn athletes, and now she's cemented her place in the conversation for the WNBA. Taurasi became the league's all-time leading scorer Sunday. She scored 19 points to surpass Tina Thompson's mark of 7,488.
One person was arrested in London after a vehicle struck people outside a Mosque late Sunday night. There was no word on the number of casualties but police had declared the crash a major incident and closed the area to traffic.
5. U.S. Open
American Brooks Koepka pulled away at the U.S. Open Sunday for his first major championship victory. Koepka's score of 16-under par tied the record for lowest score relative to par in the U.S Open - matching the mark set by Rory McIlroy.
On This Day
June 19, 1978 – Garfield makes its debut.