BUSINESS

Deal to End Verizon Strike Gives Company Tools to Pare Work Force – New York Times »

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When China Sneezes, Those Closest Catch the Worst Colds – Bloomberg »

Those nearest to China are among the hardest hit as growth in the world’s second-largest economy grinds to the slowest pace in a quarter century. Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan…

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ENTERTAINMENT

The basic — but often ignored — rules of zoo safety – wtkr.com »

Photo Gallery View Gallery (7 images) Inline Inline The killing of 17-year-old Western lowland gorilla Harambe to protect a 3-year-old…

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Johnny Depp and Amber Heard Divorce: Who’s on Each Star’s Side Amid Abuse Allegations? – People Magazine »

As Johnny Depp and Amber Heard‘s explosive divorce continues to escalate, friends, family and celebrities are throwing their support behind…

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The Bachelorette Recap: JoJo Fletcher Gets Her First One-on-One – and We Officially Have This Season’s Villain – People Magazine »

This week’s episode of The Bachelorette was less about JoJo Fletcher trying to find love and more about the fact…

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Sail Away! Amy Schumer and Kate Hudson Vacation in Hawaii With Goldie Hawn – People Magazine »

Boating babes. Amy Schumer and Kate Hudson took to the sea in Oahu, Hawaii on Sunday, going yachting with…

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TECHNOLOGY

Broadwell-E arrives: Testing Intel’s 10-core, $1700 desktop CPU – Ars Technica »

Further Reading Intel’s Skylake Core i7-6700K reviewed: Modest gains from a full Tick-Tock cycle But support for DDR4, M.2, and a faster GPU make up for lacklustre CPU performance. Many desktop users are going to be just fine with Intel’s standard desktop Core i5 and…

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Qualcomm launches new Snapdragon Wear chips for targeted wearable devices – VentureBeat »

Qualcomm is launching a new set of Snapdragon Wear chips for targeted wearable devices. The company made the announcement at the Computex trade show in Taiwan today. The new Snapdragon Wear 1100 chips are an expansion of the company’s previously announced wearable chips that have…

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Here’s How You Can Watch Sony’s Press Conference Like A VIP – Cinema Blend »

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The President of Taiwan tries a quick chat with ASUS’ home robot – Engadget »

I’ve said before that Computex is ASUS’ show — and what better demonstration than having the recently-elected President of Taiwan “talk” to your newly announced home robot? Crowd noise necessitated several repeated commands to ASUS’ Zenbo play some music, but if it was apparently a…

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SCIENCE

Antarctic Ocean Climate Change Mystery Could Be Explained By Deep, Old Water – Headlines & Global News »

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A Close Encounter for Earth and Mars – New York Times »

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Asia

Fed, China fears force investors to check out of Asia – Reuters

SINGAPORE Having dumped Asian shares on resurgent worries about China’s economy, the specter of more aggressive U.S. interest rate rises is now forcing global investors to sell the region’s bonds and currencies. A net $3.2 billion…

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Mid-East

Iraq joins Mideast rivals raising oil exports ahead of OPEC meeting – CNBC

A recovery in global oil prices from 12-year lows to above $50 a barrel and rivalry between Saudi Arabia and Iran have dampened expectations that OPEC will rein in supplies at Thursday’s meeting. While additional exports…

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Africa

Court finds Hissène Habré, ‘Africa’s Pinochet’, guilty of murder, rape – Telegraph.co.uk

A court has sentenced former Chadian president Hissène Habré, known as Africa’s Pinochet, to life imprisonment for murder, torture, rape and crimes against humanity committed during his eight-year regime.  Human rights campaigners have hailed the conviction…

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WORLD

S. Korea says N. Korea attempted missile launch likely failed – CBS News

SEOUL, South Korea — South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement that North Korea attempted to launch an unidentified missile at about 5:20 a.m. local time but that it is presumed to have…

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Europe

Europe needs to be prepared for Zika virus epidemic, experts say – Science Daily

Europe needs to be prepared for Zika virus epidemic, experts say – Science Daily…

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TRAVEL

Few Memorial Day Travel Headaches, Most Wait Times Bearable – CBS Local

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A record-setting holiday weekend! Millions of people across the country were expected to drive, fly and ride to celebrate Memorial Day—including more than 800,000 Marylanders. Rick Ritter has more on the scene at…

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UK

The one thing the government must do to raise UK living standards – Telegraph.co.uk

The think tank said boosting productivity in retail, accommodation, food and administration services, which employ around a third of Britain’s 31m workers, was that key to solving Britain’s “productivity puzzle”. Its research showed these “low paid” sectors, which…

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