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June 21

Just in time for its 40th anniversary, classic Hollywood thriller Jaws will return to theaters today. The limited release, sponsored by Turner Classic Movies, will take place at 500 theaters across the country. TCM will sponsor an encore presentation on June 24.

June 23

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell today will hear New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s appeal of Brady’s four-game suspension for his role in the ball deflation scandal that rocked the AFC Championship Game. The Patriots earlier accepted a $1 million fine and a loss of two draft picks due to the scandal.

June 26

Tech giant Apple will begin selling its new Apple Watch in stores today. In the weeks since its April release, the newest gadget has only been available through online sales. June 26 will also mark the day Apple expands watch sales in Italy, Mexico, South Korea, Spain, and Switzerland.

July 1

The U.S. Army will begin transitioning to a new camouflage design for fatigues today. The Army says it hopes to phase out the old camouflage pattern by October 2018. Until then, Army units in combat uniforms could be a mish-mash of designs.

July 4

Americans will celebrate the Fourth of July today with BBQs and parades. President Barack Obama will take in the festivities from the South Lawn of the White House where in the past he has hosted volleyball games for military families, concerts, and the traditional fireworks display.

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