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The New York Post: Bill Gross made disputed house smell, well, gross, ex-wife alleges
The bitter divorce battle between billionaire bond king Bill Gross and his ex-wife is beginning to stink — like vomit, flatulence and dead fish.
Asia Markets: Nikkei leads Asian markets lower amid U.S.-China trade tensions
Asian stocks started weaker Monday as investors there finally got to react to official trade action by the U.S. and China on Friday.
Elon Musk shows off new Tesla production line — and it’s in a tent
Elon Musk showed off Tesla Inc.’s newest production line in a weekend tweet as the electric-car company pushes toward its goal of making 5,000 Model 3 cars a week by the end of June.
Conway, first lady say they dislike separations of immigrant families, but don’t call for end to policy
First lady Melania Trump and top White House adviser Kellyanne Conway both expressed personal distaste Sunday for the Trump administration’s policy of separating immigrant children from their parents at the border, though neither called for the policy to end.
The Wall Street Journal: Trump policy of separating families at border puts pressure on Republicans
A Trump administration policy of separating immigrant children from adults at the southern border is putting pressure on Republicans and threatening to engulf broader negotiations on Capitol Hill about dealing with those already in the U.S. illegally
The Wall Street Journal: SUV carrying 14 and fleeing Border Patrol crashes in Texas, killing at least 5
At least five people died Sunday when a Chevrolet Suburban carrying them rolled over and crashed on a Texas highway while fleeing the U.S. Border Patrol and local officials, authorities said.
The Wall Street Journal: Business-friendly Ivan Duque wins Colombia presidential runoff
Ivan Duque, a 41-year-old lawyer who has spent much of his working life in Washington policy circles, was elected president in a runoff vote that will usher in a rightward shift in a country that has been struggling as it emerges from a long guerrilla conflict.
Americans who were ‘scarred’ by the Great Recession changed the way they spend
Some consumers have learned from their harrowing experiences in leaner times
The end of net neutrality could mean you pay for faster access to sites like Facebook
The days of unlimited internet could be over.
Royal Caribbean’s $1 billion deal shows demand for cruises off the beaten path
Royal Caribbean agreed to purchase a majority stake in Silversea Cruises.
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