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Following Recess, GOP Health-Care Push Gets Trickier
Following Recess, GOP Health-Care Push Gets Trickier

A weeklong recess has only made Senate Republicans’ path toward health legislation harder, with lawmakers facing at least one more defection and negotiations sputtering between conservatives and centrists.

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Trump Calls for Moving Russia Relations Ahead ‘Constructively’
Trump Calls for Moving Russia Relations Ahead ‘Constructively’

President Donald Trump in an early morning round of tweets on Sunday said he had pressed Russian President Vladimir Putin about the nation’s meddling in the 2016 U.S. election in their meeting on Friday, but called for relations between the two countries to move forward “constructively.”

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Why Your Phone Will Be the Key to ATMs of the Future
Why Your Phone Will Be the Key to ATMs of the Future

Instead of keeping a library of customers’ biometric data—a juicy target for hackers—to allow access to automated teller machines, big banks are trying a different tack: relying on customers to store and safeguard the information themselves, via their own smartphones.

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Iraqi Prime Minister Arrives in Mosul to Declare City’s ‘Liberation’ From Islamic State
Iraqi Prime Minister Arrives in Mosul to Declare City’s ‘Liberation’ From Islamic State

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi arrived in Mosul on Sunday to announce the city’s “liberation” from Islamic State and to congratulate the Iraqi armed forces and people on their “victory” in the city, his office said.

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Apple’s iTunes Falls Short in Battle for Video Viewers
Apple’s iTunes Falls Short in Battle for Video Viewers

Apple’s iTunes Store—already struggling against growing competition for music listeners—is losing the battle for video viewers. The company’s market share for renting and selling movies has slid over the past decade.

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G-20 Leaders Find Trade Compromises but Are Split on Climate
G-20 Leaders Find Trade Compromises but Are Split on Climate

Leaders from the Group of 20 countries pledged to fight protectionism and secure fair trade, finding a broad consensus after President Donald Trump’s defiantly unilateral stance exposed rifts.

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U.S. Shows Off ‘Attack Capabilities’ After North Korea Missile Test
U.S. Shows Off ‘Attack Capabilities’ After North Korea Missile Test

Pyongyang on Sunday denounced the drill, which included U.S. B-1B bombers and F-16 jets as well as fighter planes from the South Korean and Japanese air forces, saying the “danger of a nuclear war on the Korean peninsula is reaching an extreme pitch.”

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Amid Turbulence, Fox News Holds On to No. 1 Spot as MSNBC Surges
Amid Turbulence, Fox News Holds On to No. 1 Spot as MSNBC Surges

Turmoil from sexual-harassment scandals led to high-profile exits and raised the prospect that Fox News’s dominance in cable news could be in jeopardy. But, while Fox may be looking over its shoulder more at rivals CNN and MSNBC, it has kept its hold on No. 1.

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Tesla’s Hong Kong Sales Gutted by Tax Change
Tesla’s Hong Kong Sales Gutted by Tax Change

Tesla’s sales in Hong Kong plummeted after authorities slashed a tax break for electric vehicles, demonstrating how sensitive the company’s performance can be to government incentive programs

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