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• The Tony Awards honor theater’s best. Some say this show is better than the Oscars, the Emmys and the Grammys. James Corden hosts the 73rd-annual ceremony at Radio City Music Hall in New York. Watch at 8 ET on CBS.
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• The Stanley Cup will be hoisted. It may happen at 8 p.m. ET, when the St. Louis Blues could clinch the final series against the Boston Bruins. If they don’t, Game 7 will be at 8 p.m. ET Wednesday. Watch on NBC.
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• Lawmakers mull the Mueller report lessons. The House Judiciary Committee hosts former Nixon White House counsel John Dean and ex-US attorneys to talk “presidential obstruction and other crimes” related to the special counsel’s report. The panel’s chairman reportedly is pushing to impeach President Trump against a reluctant House speaker.
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• The final push for NBA glory. Toronto could serve Golden State its final takedown in Game 5 of the NBA Finals. Watch at 9 p.m. ET on ABC. If necessary, Game 6 will be Thursday.
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• Catholic bishops discuss the abuse crisis. The US Conference of Catholic Bishops convenes in Baltimore for four days of meetings, including a vote on how to hold bishops accountable for curbing child sex abuse by clergy. The death penalty and immigration are also on the docket.
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• Gamers, unite. From Nintendo to Xbox, the industry’s biggest names are set to hype their latest projects at E3, short for the Electronic Entertainment Expo — the world’s top video game conference.
• Amanda Knox heads back to Italy. For the first time since she went to prison — then was acquitted — in her roommate’s death, the American is set to step foot again on Italian soil. She plans to attend a conference on wrongful convictions.
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• A magician aims to add a star to the stripes. Illusionist David Copperfield is due to honor Flag Day by trying to replace the “missing 15th star” on the 205-year-old flag that inspired the National Anthem at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History in Washington. His magic will serve as the opening act to a naturalization ceremony.
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• Batter up for the College World Series. The stars of Division 1 head to Omaha, Nebraska, to battle for the national title. Watch starting at 1 p.m. on ESPN and ESPN2.