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NBCUniversal Is Cutting Ties With Donald Trump

The media company is ending its business relationship with the presidential hopeful after comments he made about Mexican immigrants.
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Airline Trends And Summer Travel

Airline profits are soaring but passengers feel squeezed. We explore the economics of flying as the busy summer travel season takes off.

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Supreme Court Blocks Obama Administration Plan On Power Plant Emissions

In a 5-4 ruling, the court says the Environmental Protection Agency should have taken into account the costs of complying with regulation.
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Supreme Court's Decision On Same-Sex Marriage Expected To Boost Health Coverage

Many companies are expected to expand coverage to same-sex spouses if they already offer benefits to opposite-sex spouses. But the recent Supreme Court decision doesn't require them to do so.
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European Leaders Warn Greeks On 'No' Vote In Referendum

They say a rejection of bailout terms would mean leaving the eurozone. The Greek government has urged its citizens to vote "no." The country is one day away from failing to make an IMF loan payment.
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SpaceX Rocket Breaks Up On Liftoff

In Florida, an unmanned supply rocket blasted off for the International Space Station, but something went wrong. The loss of the rocket, which was also carrying experiments, is a setback for NASA.
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Greece To Impose Capital Controls Amid Looming Default

Greece's prime minister announced on Sunday that banks and the stock market will be closed after negotiations with the country's international lenders broke down.
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Economic Crisis Looms For Puerto Rico, Report Says

A report obtained by NPR paints a bleak portrait of Puerto Rico's economic future, saying its deficit is much larger than previously thought.
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The Man Who Saved Southwest Airlines With A '10-Minute' Idea

When a little startup called Southwest Airlines was on the brink of failure in 1972, an executive named Bill Franklin had a simple solution that saved the company: the "10-Minute Turn."
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Greece To Close Banks, Impose Capital Controls Amid Looming Default

Greek officials announced that they would close banks until July 6 in efforts to stanch a run on the euro.

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