British authorities have released the names of some of the London Bridge attackers who killed several people during a terror rampage over the weekend. Vigils are also being held across the city. Here are the latest updates on the London attack from The Guardian.

+ “While the absolute number of attacks is down, the lethality of terrorism has risen sharply in the past two years.” The New Yorker’s Robin Wright: How Different—and Dangerous—Is Terrorism Today?

+ President Trump responded to the incident with a series of remarkably offensive tweets (even if you’re grading him on the Trump tweet curve). From WaPo: “With his London tweets, Trump embarrasses himself — and America — once again: “His behavior no longer surprises us, but it should offend and disturb us, first, that he remains the face and voice of America in the world and, second, that his fans hoot and holler, seeing this as inconsequential or acceptable conduct.” And from the New Yorker: Trump’s London Tweets: How Low Can He Stoop? And for those who find those pubs too left-leaning, here’s the lede from the AP: “President Donald Trump can’t be counted on to give accurate information to Americans when violent acts are unfolding abroad.”

+ The London attacks justifiably drew a ton of nonstop coverage by media outlets. But it’s worth putting the violence into context. Here are a couple attempts to do that: From the Chicago Tribune: 35 people shot, 8 fatally, in Chicago over weekend. From The Telegraph: Baghdad ice cream parlour reopens days after bombing kills 16. And just today, Orlando gunman kills five people in workplace shooting.