Top 5 things people are talking about on Monday, June 19

1. One dead in attack near London mosque

A vehicle struck pedestrians near a mosque in north London early Monday morning, killing one man and injuring 10 other people in what police are investigating as a terrorist incident.

Police said the 48-year-old man who was driving the car has been arrested. He will be charged with murder.

Witnesses describe the chaotic scene.

2. Penguins reveal protected, available players for upcoming expansion draft

The Pittsburgh Penguins officially submitted their list of protected and unprotected players Sunday morning, revealing who may be available for the expansion draft this year.

The nine Penguins safe from the draft are Sidney Crosby, Patric Hornqvist, Phil Kessel, Evgeni Malkin, Brian Dumoulin, Kris Letang, Olli Maatta, Justin Schultz and Matt Murray.

3. Beyonce and Jay Z welcome twins

Power couple Beyonce and Jay Z have a lot to celebrate — they’ve finally welcomed their long-awaited twins.

The “Formation” songstress gave birth earlier this week. Names and sexes have yet to be released.

The notoriously private celeb kept a low profile throughout her pregnancy, and didn’t share much beyond several Instagram posts showcasing her pregnancy fashion.

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4. Judge declares mistrial in Cosby case

Saturday morning, jurors in the Cosby trial informed the court that they are deadlocked on all counts and the judge ruled it a mistrial.

After six days of deliberation on Cosby’s charges (three counts of felony aggravated indecent assault), the jury was unable to unanimously render a verdict.

Bill Cosby spoke to the media Friday night as the jury remained deadlocked.

5. Four arrested during Pride parade chaos

Four protestors were arrested at the Stonewall Columbus Pride Parade on Saturday morning.