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Morning Headlines: Thursday, June 20

The Morning Joe headlines for Thursday, June 20
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The Morning Joe headlines for Thursday, June 20

Here are the stories we’re reading today. What headlines are getting your attention?

‘Sopranos’ star James Gandolfini dies at 51

Don Draper to Dexter: How Tony Soprano paved the way for TV antiheroes

FBI: Drones used for US surveillance

Men’s Wearhouse icon won’t like the way this looks: He’s fired

Web’s Reach Binds N.S.A. and Silicon Valley Leaders

Out of Closet and Into Fray, This Time for Gay Marriage

HPV Vaccine Is Credited in Fall of Teenagers’ Infections

$7 billion in gear U.S. sent to war will not return

Snowden extradition could be a very complicated process

Dana Milbank: Tea party scalds Rubio

Bernanke: Stimulus may be scaled back this year if growth persists

Senate Immigration: Lawmakers Close In On Border Security Deal

Taliban Offers To Trade Captive U.S. Soldier For Gitmo Prisoners

Ohio Considers Unprecedented New Abortion Restrictions

Obama: ‘So Long As Nuclear Weapons Exist, We Are Not Truly Safe’

Cut to black: James Gandolfini, in his own words

Senator asks Holder whether he held back info on FBI drones

Will Obamacare Hurt Jobs? It’s Already Happening, Poll Finds

Julian Assange hints WikiLeaks might publish next Edward Snowden revelations

AP boss: Sources won’t talk anymore