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Judge rejects Dakota Access request for emergency order

The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 7th - 9:43am

A federal judge on Tuesday rejected a request for an emergency order to delay the process of shutting down the Dakota Access pipeline while attorneys appeal a ruling to shutter the pipeline during the course of an environmental review.

Grains mixed,livestock mixed.

The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 7th - 9:11am

Grain futures were mixed on Tuesday in early trading on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat for July delivery rose 6 cents at $4.95 a bushel; July corn was up .20 cent at $3.4620 a bushel; Sept. oats fell 3.80 cents at $2.8220 a bushel; while July soybeans was off 2.20 cents at 8.9920 a bushel.

Hiring soared in May as mass layoffs eased

Christopher Rugaber, Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 7th - 8:46am

The job market took a big step toward healing in May, though plenty of damage remains, as a record level of hiring followed record layoffs in March and April.

US probes fuel leaks in older Chevy Cobalt and HHR vehicles

The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 7th - 7:38am

The U.S. government's road safety agency is investigating complaints of fuel leaks in older Chevrolet Cobalt small cars and HHR wagons.

Cyprus: EU partners aim to rein in Turkey's 'expansionism'

Menelaos Hadjicostis, Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 7th - 4:50am

Cyprus and its European Union partners are working to rein in Turkey’s “expansionist policy” in the eastern Mediterranean amid heightened tensions over an offshore search for hydrocarbons, the island nation's president said Tuesday.

Hong Kong grappling with future under national security law

Zen Soo and Elaine Kurtenbach, Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 7th - 2:40am

Hong Kong’s leader Carrie Lam offered scant reassurance Tuesday over a new national security law that critics say undermines liberties and legal protections promised when China took control of the former British colony.

EU forecasts deeper economic hit from pandemic

Samuel Petrequin, Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 7th - 2:38am

The European Union's executive arm forecasts that the bloc's economy will contract more than previously expected because of the coronavirus pandemic, which has caused lockdowns on business and public life that are only slowly being eased.

Major retailers to states: Mandate face masks now

Joseph Pisani, Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 7th - 2:01am

Retailers have a message for state governors: Please make everyone wears a face mask.

Update on the latest in business:

The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 7th - 1:40am

Markets were mostly lower in Asia today as expanding coronavirus outbreaks dim hopes for a global recovery, despite an overnight rally in tech shares that pushed the Nasdaq composite to another record high.

Most stocks slink back after strong rally, except for tech

Stan Choe, Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 7th - 1:06am

Most of Wall Street is slipping in midday trading on Tuesday, giving back some of the big gains made the past couple weeks, but a handful of tech giants bucked the trend and kept the market's losses in check.

AM Prep-Segue

Oscar Wells Gabriel Ii, Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 7th - 1:05am

Tom Hanks says since getting — and recovering from — COVID-19, he's taking things day by day. He says he's had “an ongoing physiological maintenance" for his brain and body. The actor announced in March that he and his wife, Rita Wilson, had the new coronavirus. They recuperated in Australia — and since returning to the U.S., he has hosted a from-home episode of “Saturday Night Live” and released his new World War II naval drama “Greyhound” — though the movie went from being rolled out in theaters to being released on Apple TV+.

Coronavirus slams Poland's already-troubled coal industry

Vanessa Gera, Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 7th - 12:12am

The coronavirus has ripped through Poland's coal mines, where men descend deep underground in tightly packed elevators and work shoulder-to-shoulder to extract the source of 75% of the nation’s electrical power.

AMERICA DISRUPTED: Troubles cleave a nation, and a city

Josh Boak and Kat Stafford, Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 7th - 12:08am

It was difficult to celebrate America in Saginaw this year. The deadly coronavirus had torn through the county. Unemployment had surged five-fold. Weeks of protest over racial inequality left many debating what should be hallowed and what must be changed.

At libel trial, Depp blasts Amber Heard's 'sick' abuse claim

Jill Lawless, Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 7th - 12:03am

Johnny Depp said Tuesday that ex-wife Amber Heard had made “sick” claims of abuse and falsely branded him a monster, as the actor testified in a U.K. libel case that hinges on who was the aggressor in the celebrity couple’s violent, toxic relationship

The Latest: Brazil President Bolsonaro tests positive

The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 6th - 11:35pm

Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro says he has tested positive for COVID-19 after months of downplaying the virus’ severity.

TikTok to leave Hong Kong as security law raises worries

Zen Soo, Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 6th - 10:57pm

TikTok said Tuesday it will stop operations in Hong Kong, joining other social media companies in warily eyeing ramifications of a sweeping national security law that took effect last week.

TikTok says it will stop operations in Hong Kong, after city enacts sweeping national security law

The Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 6th - 10:49pm

TikTok says it will stop operations in Hong Kong, after city enacts sweeping national security law.

Trump donors among early recipients of coronavirus loans

Brian Slodysko and Angeliki Kastanis, Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 6th - 10:11pm

As much as $273 million in federal coronavirus aid was awarded to more than 100 companies that are owned or operated by major donors to President Donald Trump's election efforts, according to an Associated Press analysis of federal data.

Medicare nursing home virus site leaves users 'in the dark'

Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, Associated Press  |  Posted Jul 6th - 10:08pm

When the Trump administration required nursing homes to report their COVID-19 cases, it also promised to make the data available to residents, families and the public in a user-friendly way.