All the victims of Sunday's shooting in Orlando have been identified, politicians weigh in and the NBA Finals will continue at least one more game. All that and more in today's 5 Things To Know.
1. Orlando Latest
Officials have identified all 49 of the victims from Sunday's shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando. Among them was Torrington native Kimberly "KJ" Morris. Meanwhile, new details are starting to emerge about the shooter, including that he frequented Pulse and used the gay chat and dating app Jack’d.
2. Politicians Respond
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton both issued responses to the Orlando shooting, but the two presidential candidates weren't the only ones. Connecticut Congressman Jim Himes refused to take part in a moment of silence in the House unless his Republican colleagues did not take action on gun control.
3. Regatta Drama?
Yale won its second-straight Harvard-Yale Regatta Sunday - or did it? There's some controversy surrounding whether the Bulldogs' victory was legitimate after the Harvard boat sank. Yale's head coach says the regatta committee will deliver a final decision.
4. Christina Grimmie
Tributes to Christina Grimmie, the 22-year-old former "Voice" contestant who was killed Friday night, and her former mentor is taking it one step further. Adam Levine, who coached her on the reality show, said he will pay the funeral expenses.
5. NBA Finals
Back to Cleveland. The Cavs staved off elimination with a 112-97 win over the Draymond Green-less Warriors on the road. Kryie Irving and LeBron James became the first teammates to score 40-plus points in the same Finals game. Game 6 will be Thursday night.
On This Day
June 14, 1777 – The Stars and Stripes is adopted by Congress as the Flag of the United States.