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Mediaite
Search for New FBI Director Has Been 'Chaotic,' New Report Says
Mediaite
It's been three weeks since President Donald Trump fired FBI director James Comey, and the top position at the country's leading law enforcement agency has yet to be filled, despite the president's promise for a quick replacement. According to sources ...

New York Times
Economic Fallout of Climate Move? It Depends on How We Value Time
New York Times
President Trump's decision to abandon the Paris climate accord — and his broader unwillingness to fight climate change — will have broad economic consequences. Exactly what those consequences will be, though, depends on many things. It's not just the ...

New York Times
US Unemployment at 16-Year Low, but Economy's Weak Spots Remain
New York Times
Unemployment sank to 4.3 percent in May, its lowest level in 16 years, the government reported Friday, but halfhearted wage growth and a shrinking labor force revealed the economy's stubborn weak spots. While the downsides sent bond prices lower, the ...

Los Angeles Times
Wal-Mart employees will now deliver your online orders on their way home from work
Los Angeles Times
In its latest effort to compete with online giant Amazon, Wal-Mart is testing a delivery service using its own store employees, who will deliver packages ordered online while driving home from their regular work shifts. The “associate delivery” program ...

NPR
FACT CHECK: Is President Trump Correct That Coal Mines Are Opening?
NPR
As he announced his decision to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement, President Trump said he was putting American jobs ahead of the needs and desires of other countries. "I was elected to represent the citizens of Pittsburgh, not Paris," he said ...

Fortune
Partaking in National Doughnut Day? Here's How Much Sugar You're Consuming.
Fortune
It's here again: that hallowed day where the nation comes together to celebrate sweet, fried, sometimes icing laden circles of pure deliciousness. To commemorate, the industry's big players (Dunkin' Donuts, Krispy Kreme), along with smaller stores ...

Bismarck Tribune
Harley-Davidson aims to make Ryder, North Dakota, its first fully motorcycle licensed town
Bismarck Tribune
Ryder residents gather in front of the town's newly refurbished water tower, which has become a landmark for motorcycle riders in the Dakotas. To launch riding season, Harley-Davidson will ride into Ryder today with the aim of creating the first fully ...

Nasdaq
Jobs Data Can't Keep Dow Jones Industrial Average Down
Nasdaq
It was a record-setting session on Wall Street, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) , S&P 500 Index ( SPX ) , and Nasdaq Composite (COMP) all carving out new highs. Tech stocks paved the path for the major market indexes, with shares of big ...

AL.com
Postal worker suspended amid allegations of feeding nail-laced meatballs to dog
AL.com
The U.S. Postal Service worker accused of feeding nail-laced meatballs to a dog in Madison County has been placed on non-duty status and arrested for aggravated animal cruelty. Susanna Burhans (Madison County Jail). Susanna Burhans, 47, was arrested ...

Minneapolis Star Tribune
Investor wins control of Buffalo Wild Wings; CEO Smith says she'll retire
Minneapolis Star Tribune
ELIZABETH FLORES - Star Tribune Activist investor Mick McGuire, above, checking in at the Buffalo Wild Wings annual meeting in Minnetonka, will influence the selection of a new leader. Text size. comment. share · tweet · email. Print. more. Share on ...

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