London Britches Falling down: Boris Johnson will find out the results of the no-confidence vote against him tonight. He’s expected to barely survive. Watch this space.

+ Watch Your Sixes: June 6 marks an important day in American history. The allies landed on Omaha Beach in 1944 representing a country largely united in the fight for world democracy. Meanwhile, this week we’ll begin public hearings on January 6, the day the insurrectionists desecrated our Capitol and our democracy while tens of millions of Americans, including a sitting president, looked on approvingly.

+ Summit Descent: “Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador confirmed Monday that he will not attend the Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles this week, citing concerns over the exclusion of leaders from Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela.”

+ Bot Feeder: “Elon Musk says that Twitter is in “clear material breach” of their $44 billion acquisition deal and that he could ‘terminate’ the agreement in response. In a letter sent to Twitter this morning, Musk’s legal team claims that Twitter has failed to provide him with information on the service’s spam bot problem.” (It’s easy to identify the bots on Twitter. They’re the accounts that are supportive of Elon buying the company.)

+ Rolling Garros: Nice guys finish last? There’s an exception to that rule. Make that 22 exceptions. Rafa Nadal just won his 22nd major and his 14th French Open. He is 112-3 at Roland Garros and 14-0 in the finals. Even a Humanities major like me can find the words for numbers like those. Rafael Nadal Wins Historic 14th French Open. (Add one more quirk to Nadal’s famous on-court OCD. He has to win every final in Paris.)