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A container ship sailing from the Port of Los Angeles in 2015. The White House and a group of lawmakers are pushing for new laws intended in part to oversee the flow of Chinese money into the United States.
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U.S. Seeks to Keep Closer Tabs on Chinese Money in America

Laws sought by Trump administration officials and some politicians would overhaul how the United States vets deals, especially ones with technological and military ramifications.

Fear of an End to Easy Money Prompts Sell-Off

A cautionary speech by Mario Draghi, the president of the European Central Bank spooked the European bond market, then selling spread to global stocks.

Mika Brzezinski in Trump Tower in November.

Trump Mocks Mika Brzezinski; Says She Was ‘Bleeding Badly From a Face-Lift’

The president used Twitter to taunt Ms. Brzezinski and her MSNBC co-host, Joe Scarborough, referring to them as “low I.Q. Crazy Mika, along with Psycho Joe.”

Hideto Kijima of Japan spoke to the news media in Osaka on Wednesday. He said the staff of Vanilla Air told him he could not board a small aircraft because it lacked wheelchair-accessible boarding ramps or elevators.

Japanese Airline Apologizes After Disabled Man Crawls Aboard

The man said airline staff initially said he would not be able to board the small aircraft because it lacked wheelchair-accessible boarding ramps or elevators.

Greta Van Susteren joined MSNBC in January after Fox News let her go last year. Her 6 p.m. slot will be filled by Ari Melber.

Greta Van Susteren Leaving MSNBC After Less Than Six Months

The former Fox News host was let go without warning, her agent and husband said, and her 6 p.m. hosting slot will be filled by Ari Melber.

Blue Apron Shares End Flat in Trading Debut

The disappointing opening reflects a push back by investors against ambitious price and valuation expectations in initial offerings.

The retailer Staples is said to have agreed to sell itself to a private equity firm, Sycamore Partners.

Staples to Sell for $6.9 Billion, and Its New Owner Has an Uphill Battle

The private equity firm Sycamore Partners is adding the office supply chain to its portfolio of retailers.

A Walgreens store in New York. Under the terms of the deal, Rite Aid will receive a $325 million termination fee.

Walgreens Calls Off Deal to Buy Rite Aid

Rite Aid will instead sell 2,186 stores and three distribution centers to Walgreens for almost $5.2 billion.

Employees of The New York Times held a walkout on Thursday afternoon in Manhattan to protest cuts to the editing staff.

Times Staff Members Protest Cuts and Changes to News Operation

The newspaper’s copy editors and reporters sent separate letters to top managers outlining their concerns over the imminent elimination of a stand-alone copy desk.

On Wednesday, the calls for the National Security Agency to address its role in the latest hacking attacks grew louder from victims and tech companies.

Hacks Raise Fear Over N.S.A.’s Hold on Cyberweapons

Hackers in two global attacks have used cyberweapons stolen from a dangerous collection that had been amassed by the agency.

A laptop screen in Geldrop, Netherlands, displayed a ransom message on Tuesday after it was infected during a worldwide cyberattack.

Mystery of Motive for a Ransomware Attack: Money, Mayhem or a Message?

The latest strike, which affected computers from Ukraine to the United States, has intensified worries that such events will become everyday dangers.

This plant in Kemper County, Miss., was designed to show the feasibility of reducing carbon dioxide emissions from burning coal. But the plant’s owner, the Southern Company, is giving up on the project and will burn only natural gas at the facility.

In Blow to ‘Clean Coal,’ Flawed Plant Will Burn Gas Instead

Southern Company built its plant in Mississippi to show how coal could be burned with fewer carbon emissions. But it never worked as designed.

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Feel Good About the Markets? Maybe You Shouldn’t Read This

President Trump has taken credit for a surging market this year. But tech stocks, the Fed and the president himself could change that picture.

Small-Business Owners and Freelancers: Tell Us About Your Health Care

As part of our coverage of health care overhaul proposals, we’re exploring how those changes would affect small-business owners, solo entrepreneurs and freelancers — and how the current health insurance system is working for them.

Employees of the German online retailer Zalando preparing customer orders for shipping in Erfurt, Germany. Zalando has invested heavily in hubs like the one in Erfurt and increased automation.

Robocalypse Now? Central Bankers Argue Whether Automation Will Kill Jobs

At a high-level gathering in Portugal, one of the main topics of debate was whether artificial intelligence could permanently eliminate huge numbers of jobs.

An employee of Amazon PrimeNow preparing bags to fill with orders at a distribution hub in New York.

Trump, Amazon and ‘Internet Taxes’: What Did He Mean?

A tweet may have implied support for legislation helping states force online retailers to collect sales taxes. But that is already Amazon’s practice.

WHEELS
General Motors’ headquarters and other buildings in the Detroit skyline, obscured by early morning fog. Some automakers have quietly omitted front fog lights from many new models, saying that high-tech headlights make them unnecessary.

Why Fog Lamps Are Starting to Disappear

Several luxury automakers have moved away from fog lights, saying that new high-tech headlights render them obsolete.

Naomie Harris, who received a best supporting actress nomination for “Moonlight,” was among those invited to become a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

Oscars Voting Pool Expands, With Female and Minority Membership Expected to Rise

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is expanding to a record 8,427 people; if all accept, female and minority membership would rise.

The Station F start-up incubator in Paris.

Why France Is Taking a Lesson in Culture From Silicon Valley

A new start-up incubator in Paris symbolizes France’s tech ambitions, but can the land of the 35-hour workweek overcome its cultural and regulatory barriers to surpass London and other tech hubs?

A scene from AMC’s “Better Caul Saul.”

AMC and Comcast Try Something New: An Upgrade That Cuts Commercials

In an effort to appeal to fans of its biggest shows, the network is teaming up with Comcast to offer a $4.99-a-month option that lets viewers watch without interruption.

STATE OF THE ART

Amazon’s Vision of Computing’s Future: An Information Appliance

Amazon’s new Echo Show smart speaker, which comes with a touch screen, represents the model for a new kind of communal, household computer.

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Video Review: A Family-Friendly Ferrari, for the Family of Means

The all-wheel-drive V12 GTC4Lusso seats four comfortably. With its svelte silhouette, it may look like a station wagon. It is anything but.

A closed bank branch in Kiev, Ukraine, on Tuesday. Software by the Ukrainian company M.E.Doc, which appeared to be exploited in a cyberattack, is widely installed at government agencies and banks.

Ukraine Cyberattack Was Meant to Paralyze, not Profit, Evidence Shows

Pinpointing the initial targets of the assault — Ukrainian accountants who use a tax preparation software required by the government — was a major clue.

Samsung plans to invest $380 million and hire over 950 workers for a new manufacturing plant for home appliances in South Carolina.

Samsung Joins Ranks of Foreign Firms Adding Jobs in the U.S.

The South Korean company said it had considered opening an appliance plant for about three years, but the factory may help it stay on President Trump’s good side.

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Eero, one mesh networking kit. A mesh system will pick up and rebroadcast a Wi-Fi signal, extending the range.

For the Best Internet at Home, Try These Tips on Wi-Fi Gear

Mesh networks appeal to people who aren’t happy with the speed of their current Wi-Fi system. But they’re not for everyone.

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A Bond of Teenage Swim Stars, Born Decades Apart

Chris Olmstead, the first U.S. woman to break five minutes in the 400 meters, looks at Katie Ledecky, the first to break four minutes, and it’s as if an old home movie has been digitized.

Yahoo Mail rolls out a rebuilt, redesigned service, including a new ad-free option — TechCrunch

Following its Verizon acquisition, Yahoo today is rolling out a revamped and rebuilt Mail application for its 225 million monthly active users. The update includes a new design, feature set, and technology stack, as well as a new subscription plan for desktop and mobile called Yahoo Mail Pro. The news is part of several changes…

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Yahoo Mail rolls out a rebuilt, redesigned service, including a new ad-free option — TechCrunch

Following its Verizon acquisition, Yahoo today is rolling out a revamped and rebuilt Mail application for its 225 million monthly active users. The update includes a new design, feature set, and technology stack, as well as a new subscription plan for desktop and mobile called Yahoo Mail Pro. The news is part of several changes…

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Social Media Can Spot Civil Disturbances Faster than the Police — TIME

1. Social media can spot civil disturbances much faster than the police. By Cardiff University 2. If you have trouble getting rid of your old stuff, taking a photo may help you let it go. By Penn State University 3. Imagine a fresh herb and vegetable farm right in your grocery store. By Steve O’Hear…

via Social Media Can Spot Civil Disturbances Faster than the Police — TIME

Greater Muscle Strength Means Better Cognitive Function for Older People — Senior care, Health Concierge and Monitoring

Summary: A new study reports greater muscle strength is associated with better cognitive function in older adults. However, handgrip strength was not associated with improved cognitive function. Source: University of Eastern Finland. Greater muscle strength is associated with better cognitive function in ageing men and women, according to a new Finnish study. The association of […]

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Drake Stars as Stephen Curry in ‘Get Out’ Parody — Houston’s MIX 96-5

By Hayden Wright On a budget of $4.5 million, Jordan Peele’s debut feature Get Out has grossed more than $250 million worldwide—making it one of 2017’s most buzzed-about releases. When Drake hosted last night’s NBA Awards, the rapper paid tribute to the race-relations thriller with a hilarious sketch. Related: Drake

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Baby Born Mid Flight From Ft. Lauderdale to Dallas — AMP 1037

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Talk about a crazy messy flight. Apparently the moment the plane backed out of the tarmac, a woman on board who was pregnant at the time did not look well. According to CBS DFW Mid flight the woman let the flight attendants know that she was in labor. Thankfully there was a nurse from Carrolton…

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Nick Jonas Debuts ‘Remember I Told You’ Video with Anne-Marie, Mike Posner — Radio.com

By Abby Hassler Nick Jonas debuted a playful, fun music video for his single “Remember I Told You” featuring Anne-Marie and Mike Posner today (June 27). Related: Nick Jonas Decides to Convey Positivity on New Music Directed by Isaac Rentz, the video starts off in black-and-white, while Jonas and a group of models dance around an empty…

via Nick Jonas Debuts ‘Remember I Told You’ Video with Anne-Marie, Mike Posner — Radio.com

Drake Hilariously Roasted Golden Couple Steph and Ayesha Curry With a ‘Get Out’ Parody — TIME

Rapper and noted basketball enthusiast Drake doubled down on his love for the sport when he hosted the first-ever NBA Awards in New York on Monday night. While Russell Westbrook and Draymond Green took home top prizes that night, Drizzy also made a case for being one of the great winners of the night with…

via Drake Hilariously Roasted Golden Couple Steph and Ayesha Curry With a ‘Get Out’ Parody — TIME

Top 10 Best Cute Lunch Bags — Heavy.com

Taking your lunch from home means eating healthier and saving money. But what makes it even better, is packing your meals into a super cute lunch bag. Sure, that might seem a little bit silly, but why not indulge your happy side along with your healthy side? Cute insulated lunch bags come in all shapes…

Dierks Bentley Loses Bet, Wears Penguins Jersey — Radio.com

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Country superstar Dierks Bentley had to wear a Pittsburgh Penguins jersey during his Pittsburgh concert this past Saturday (June 24th) after losing a bet with Y108’s Wookie on the outcome of the Stanley Cup Finals between the Nashville Predators and the Penguins. The Penguins defeated the Predators in Game 6 on June 11th to become…

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Duplicate content is penalised in #Google’s #searchresults, always make sure your content is unique. — SEO Service Company

Duplicate content is penalised in #Google’s #searchresults, always make sure your content is unique. — BuildBusinessOnline (@build_online) June 27, 2017 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js from Twitter https://twitter.com/build_online from Tumblr http://buildbusinessonlineltd.tumblr.com/post/162319952345 via SEO Service Company

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Mike Lee Becomes 5th GOP Senator to Oppose Health Bill — TIME

(WASHINGTON) — Utah Sen. Mike Lee has become the fifth Republican senator to oppose starting debate on the GOP health care bill. That deals another blow to party leaders hoping to push the top-priority measure through the Senate this week. Lee was among four conservative senators who announced last week they oppose the bill’s current…

via Mike Lee Becomes 5th GOP Senator to Oppose Health Bill — TIME

Laura Harrier Is a Breakout Style Star From the ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Press Tour — brandshoppingnetwork

The press tour for “Spider-Man: Homecoming” — out Wednesday — is already well underway, and it’s afforded style icon Zendaya plenty of red carpet time to showcase her excellent taste (and cheekbones). But it’s also given rise to a new up-and-coming style star who is quickly carving out a name for … Continue reading from […]

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The Senate Health Care Bill Faces Headwinds — TIME

The Senate Republican healthcare bill is facing stiff new headwinds after the release of Monday’s Congressional Budget Office “score” estimated it would result in 22 million more uninsured by 2026, with insurance coverage for those that would still have it more expensive for less coverage. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell touted the deficit reduction from the…

via The Senate Health Care Bill Faces Headwinds — TIME

Watch this Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer made entirely on a 1984 Apple IIc — TechCrunch

Sometimes I see something that makes me wish we’d never evolved our technological graphics capabilities beyond where they were at in the 1980s. This shot-by-shot remake of the Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer is such a thing. Created by Twitter user Wahyu Ichwandardi, this was created using a vintage Apple IIc computer from 1984,…

via Watch this Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer made entirely on a 1984 Apple IIc — TechCrunch

Pence’s NASTY Speech On Healthcare Spits In Face Of Sick Children — Senior care, Health Concierge and Monitoring

Putin’s SHOCK Move Derails FBI Investigation. Russia knows too much. Click here to read. WATCH: Mark Cuban Uses 2 Words To BLAST Trump – Trump May NEVER Live This Down. Trump is definitely poisoning our democracy. Click here to read. BREAKING: Pence’s NASTY Speech On Healthcare Spits In Face Of Sick Children. Pence is deplorable. […]

via Pence’s NASTY Speech On Healthcare Spits In Face Of Sick Children — Senior care, Health Concierge and Monitoring

Every State’s Best Food Truck Named; BBQ Truck Rules Texas — AMP 1037

The boom of two things in America in the last 5 years have been Food Trucks and Craft Breweries. You can go to any downtown and find food trucks lining streets (unless regulations prohibit it.) Uproxx has taken it upon themselves to name the best food truck in each state. While that might be simple…

via Every State’s Best Food Truck Named; BBQ Truck Rules Texas — AMP 1037

PHOTOS: Caroline Wozniacki Poses Nude for ESPN Body Issue — Heavy.com

Tennis star Caroline Wozniacki posed nude for ESPN The Magazine’s annual Body Issue, and talked about her training regiment and body with the magazine. The ninth annual Body Issue will be out on July 7. ESPN also released a behind-the-scenes video of the photoshoot. (ESPN) In the interview, the 26-year-old Danish tennis player said she…

via PHOTOS: Caroline Wozniacki Poses Nude for ESPN Body Issue — Heavy.com

The Devil Wears Prada Announce 2017 Tour With Veil Of Maya

The Devil Wears Prada have announced a headlining tour with Veil Of Maya, Thousand Below, and another special guest TBA. With this news, the band have also announced that they will be releasing a new documentary called “No Sun / No Moon,” which focuses on the writing/recording of “Transit Blues“. Fans who attend the tour […]