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2016-06-28

The Wall Street Journal: How to cure your middle-of-the night insomnia

Doctors have some surprising suggestions for anyone who wakes up and can’t fall back asleep.

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People are still waiting in line 5 hours for Disney’s 5-minute Frozen ride

The Frozen ride has some of the longest wait times at the theme park, but the ride isn’t all that long.

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The Fed: Brexit has shifted global risks ‘even further’ to the downside, Fed’s Powell says

Global weakness was already a risk to the U.S. economy and the Brexit vote simply shifted these risks ‘even further’ to the downside, said Fed Governor Jerome Powell on Tuesday.

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The Wall Street Journal: Istanbul airport attack kills more than two dozen people

Turkey’s busiest airport was rocked by a terrorist attack late Tuesday that killed at least 28 people and injured scores on the eve of a major holiday, the fourth major attack in Istanbul this year.

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The Wall Street Journal: More turmoil expected in the U.K. as opposition leader loses vote

Opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn refused to resign despite mounting pressure from his own lawmakers, who passed a no-confidence measure Tuesday in the wake of the U.K.’s vote to leave the European Union.

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NewsWatch: This little town has the worst income inequality in America

The top 1% takes home more than 20% of all the income in the U.S.

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Market Extra: Here’s how the weak pound could wreck the U.K.’s economy

A decline in a currency’s value typically benefits an economy by making goods and services produced within it more competitive on the global market. But for the U.K., it could be too much of a good thing.

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Volkswagen to pay car owners up to $33,000 each over the emissions fiasco

Compensation plan ‘pretty comprehensive and generous,’ experts say.

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What you really get for the high price of ‘humanely raised’ meat

Make sure you’re getting what you pay for when you spend extra on meat with a “humanely raised” label.

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The Wall Street Journal: Birchbox cuts about 12% of staff

Birchbox is cutting about 30 jobs, or 12% of its staff, as part of a restructuring that comes just five months after the online beauty company laid of about 50 employees.

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In One Chart: This little town has the worst income inequality in America

The top 1% takes home more than 20% of all the income in the U.S.

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Capitol Report: Increased income polarization is hurting U.S. consumption, IMF says

Middle-income households are now more likely to fall into lower-income ranks than move up, and that’s weighing on the engine of U.S. and global growth: American consumption. That’s according to a new IMF working paper.

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