Samsung’s latest Galaxy Note 7 headache is in China


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Samsung’s latest Galaxy Note 7 headache is in China
As it races to replace around 2.5 million Note 7 devices worldwide, Samsung is now having to respond to reports of the phones bursting into flames in China.

Stocks: 5 things to know before the open
Here’s what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.

Can Google help fix India’s shortage of women?
India is asking Silicon Valley tech giants for help with an unusual problem: The country has far too many men.

Black-white wage gap is worst in nearly 40 years
The hourly wage gap between blacks and whites is the worst it’s been in nearly four decades, according to a new report from the Economic Policy Institute.

Colleges with the highest paid grads
Graduates with bachelor’s degrees from these U.S. colleges earn some of the highest salaries in the country, according to a report from PayScale.

When Donald Trump rises, Mexican peso falls
Donald Trump’s rising poll numbers are causing Mexico’s currency to decline on fears that he would worsen relations between Mexico and the U.S.

Trump supporters want his tax returns released
Voters backing Trump or leaning toward him tell CNNMoney they think the Republican candidate should release his tax returns.

Chevy Bolt to cost $30,000 after tax break
With a starting price of $37,495, General Motors’ new electric car will have a final cost just under $30,000.

Americans waste $2 billion a year on pricey premium gas
Most cars in America are designed to run on Regular fuel. Putting Premium gas in those vehicles is a waste of money, according to AAA.

What it costs to keep NYC safe from terror
from the cost of special equipment to the cost of deploying tens of thousands of officers around the clock protecting New York City’s metro area from terror costs roughly $1 billion a year,

Self-driving cars get U.S. safety guidelines
The federal government is pushing to get autonomous vehicles on the road.

Donald Trump retreats to friendly media ground
Donald Trump is saying “yes” to Fox News almost every day but saying “no” to most other news organizations — a highly unusual strategy for a presidential nominee.

Arianna Huffington’s new venture takes shape
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Scarborough, Trump look to repair relations
The feud between Donald Trump and Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski of “Morning Joe” may be ending soon.

Wells Fargo CEO fights to save job
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf is bracing for a grilling from Elizabeth Warren and other lawmakers at Tuesday’s Senate hearing over the bank’s fake account scandal.

GoPro announces foldable Karma drone
After a year of build-up, GoPro announced its first drone and a pair of new action cameras.

Unilever goes green, buys Seventh Generation
Unilever announced that it’s buying eco-friendly household producer maker Seventh Generation. It’s unclear what this means for Jessica Alba’s Honest Company.

Emmys bring in all-time low ratings for ABC
Ratings for this year’s Emmy Awards hit a record low for the show.

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hospital ipad
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Latina DJ

World’s fastest VW Beetle goes 205 MPH
A specially-tuned VW Beetle went over 205 miles an hour on Utah’s Bonneville Salt Flats.

Trump’s latest tax plan is cheaper, but still costs a lot
Donald Trump’s revised plan will cost anywhere between $2.6 trillion to $5.9 trillion, depending on the assumptions one makes, according to an analysis by the Tax Foundation.

Lyft’s 10yr plan: Hotels on wheels and no garages
Lyft’s cofounder said most of his company’s rides will be in self-driving cars in five years.

Dick’s Sporting Goods is America’s hottest retailer
Shares of sporting goods chain Dick’s are up more than 70% this year, making it one of the hottest retailers out there. Rivals have gone bankrupt and the company continues to gain ground.

Wells Fargo replaces key exec in fake accounts scandal
Wells Fargo announced on Monday that Claudia Russ Anderson, the internal watchdog at the division that created millions of fake accounts, has taken a leave of absence.

Galaxy Note 7 replacements coming to the U.S.
The exchange program is off to a rocky start in South Korea.

Twitter lifts its 140 character limit — sort of
Twitter has officially loosened the reigns on its 140-character limit.

Stadium tech

Startup uses journalism to make kids better readers
Newsela is using journalism to help students improve reading abilities.

Cheers! The world’s first beer pipeline is now open
The world’s first beer pipeline has opened in Bruges, Belgium. It will reduce traffic in the city’s old town.

Trump vs. Clinton: Recession vs. new jobs
Donald Trump’s policies risk putting the U.S. economy in recession while Hillary Clinton’s adds some additional jobs, Oxford Economics forecasts.

New Yorkers alerted about bombing suspect
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Stocks move higher despite NY bombing
Despite explosions in New York City and New Jersey over the weekend, investors don’t seem overly worried about new terrorist threats in the United States. The market moved higher on an mostly quiet Monday morning.

Lithium ion batteries
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Real estate in VR

Working Women in Japan
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Watkins Glen with brothers, cars and memories of Dad
We met at Watkins Glen for a car weekend this fall, but it was a journey that started a long time ago.

Colleges to give ex cons a fair shot
As part of a White House initiative, dozens of colleges and universities have pledged to give applicants with criminal records a better shot at getting a higher education.

Zipcar to launch bikeshare programs at 15 colleges
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Martha Stewart: Trump ‘totally unprepared’
Martha Stewart explains why she’s voting for Hillary Clinton – and lists Donald Trump’s shortcomings.

What to do with a wet iPhone 7
The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are water resistant, but Apple still has some words of wisdom to prevent unwanted damage.

Russia is seriously running out of cash
Russia’s rainy day fund has shrunk to just $32.2 billion this month and is likely to dry up completely by mid 2017.

Why I regret my scheduled C-section

Gary Johnson sets sights on second debate
Gary Johnson, the Libertarian Party nominee, still thinks he has a shot at becoming president. Running mate William Weld denies there’s pressure to drop out.

Artist stranded on container ship is back on dry land
British filmmaker Rebecca Moss spent weeks stuck on a huge cargo ship off the coast of Japan after the vessel’s operator, Hanjin Shipping, went bankrupt.

New Yorkers face tough commute after rail routes closed
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Australia’s top stock exchange is having an awful Monday
Technical problems caused ASX to open late and then halt trading again less than three hours later.

Galaxy Note 7 exchange program begins in South Korea
Samsung kicked off its Galaxy Note 7 exchange program on Monday, giving smartphone owners in its home market of South Korea the chance to replace their fire-prone devices.

‘People v. O.J. Simpson’ dominates Emmys

Harry Potter’s old house is for sale
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Wall Street unfazed by weekend bomb attacks
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Gas prices spike as fuel shortages hit Southeast
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Manhunt underway for NY bombing suspect

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