Javelin Unravelin’: “They sought help from two Americans, who engineered a fix for one by cannibalizing electrical components from a video game controller … The others … were thought to be broken until it was discovered that the user instructions had gotten gummed up in Google Translate.” WaPo: For Ukrainian troops, a need arises: Javelin customer service. And, Bucolic Ukraine forest is site of mass grave exhumation. “The hands of several victims were tied behind their backs. The gruesome work of digging up the remains coincided with the Ukrainian police chief’s report that authorities have opened criminal investigations into the killings of more than 12,000 people since Russia’ invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24.” Meanwhile, Russia continues to make slow, murderous progress and the world’s impending food crisis becomes more of a threat. Here’s the latest from BBC.

+ Travel Plans Change: Joe Biden called Saudi Arabia a pariah and looked to roll back relations with the now MBS-led country. Then gas prices went through the roof. Biden will visit Saudi Arabia in July.

+ Another Inside Job: “We’ve gotten used to staying in our homes because of Covid. Now, millions of Americans are being asked to stay indoors because of heat.”

+ Solving Guns with More Guns: Here’s another one for the burgeoning time capsule of stories that will show future generations how crazy we were. “Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine signed a bill on Monday allowing teachers to carry guns in class after 24 hours of training, over opposition from teachers and a police group.”

+ Hall Pass: Magnolia, Hard Eight, Boogie Nights, Modern Family, Seinfeld. He was great in an endless list of great parts. Prolific character actor Philip Baker Hall dies at 90.

+ Tamps Like Us, Baby We Were Born to Run Out: “The shortage stems from a combination of factory staffing challenges, transportation bottlenecks, and the rising costs of key raw materials used to make the products.” Familiar reasons for a new shortage. It’s not just you: Tampons are harder to find — and pricier.