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Modern Timber and Glass Cabin Connects Its Owners to Nature

It’s lovley Ah, summer: ‘Tis the season to retreat to pools, national parks, and, if you’re among the lucky, a private oasis of your own in nature. That’s just what one Oregon family had in mind when they commissioned Bainbridge Island,...Show More Summary

Trump: Trade plan will mean higher prices for products

"We're better off paying a little bit more and having jobs," the billionaire said

?British PM hopeful says no EU exit talks this year

Justice Secretary Michael Gove, one of the Conservatives running to replace David Cameron, sees no rush to negotiate

?Global markets end a wild week on the upswing

Investors are seeing few alternatives to stocks amid low or negative bond yields

?World oil market demand is catching up with supply

America's energy secretary see both trends coming into balance, "lets say, within the next year"

S&P 500, Dow end first half of the year in the black, and other MoneyWatch headlines

Benchmark U.S. stock indices shrug off economic shocks; feds probe Tesla's autopilot. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.

?This fatality could slam the brakes on driverless cars

The limitations in autonomous driving systems come under new, harsh scrutiny that could have wide impacts

?How too much "goodwill" can be bad for investors

With the "intangible" values of acquired companies now at a sky-high $2.5 trillion, that can lead to deep earnings cuts

?Puerto Rico default looms, despite rescue deal

The territory will miss a $2 billion payment as the federal control board gets set to handle its finances

"Charging Motorists to Drive"

Shannon Wulf Tregar at RFF: Several states along the East Coast are proposing pilot programs to help pay for increasing transportation costs. Specifically, they suggest charging drivers fees per miles traveled, instead of imposing a gasoline tax (as is often done at state and federal levels). Although one poll suggested...

Some like it hot

From the Washington Post: In a letter dated Tuesday, 31 leading U.S. scientific organizations sent members of Congress a no-nonsense message that human-caused climate change is real, poses risks to society and is backed by overwhelming evidence. “Observations throughout the world make it clear that climate change is occurring, and...

July 1, 1916

The Telegraph: Remember the Battle of the Somme. The number of casualties was - and is - staggering..

U.S. Top One Percent of Income Earners Hit New High in 2015

Emmanuel Saez: U.S. top one percent of income earners hit new high in 2015 amid strong economic growth: The top 1 percent income earners in the United States hit a new high last year, according to the latest data from...

Supervisor Campos Sparks Arson Allegations in Mission Fires

Mission supervisor calls foul, but fire department insists it’s just fate Seriously, what’s with all the fires in the Mission lately? San Francisco Supervisor David Campos says it could be the work of arson. In an op-ed in Thursday's...Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton sends off The Toast with a heartfelt note

The Toast is being sent off on a high note. Hillary Clinton penned a short essay entitled "A note on the Toast" for the website's last day, extolling the site's effort in heightening the work of female writers. The entire piece is well...Show More Summary

Science says that this music is can help you focus

You know that feeling: Friday afternoon, with only a few to-do list items between you and your weekend plans. And obviously, you know logically that all you have to do is knock out some emails and finish a task or two before you’re home...Show More Summary

Brexit: Where There's Muck, There's Brass

This week, Inc. editors and writers talk the small business impact of Brexit around the world, debate about whether the Uber for everything is good for the economy and how Shake Shake went public.

Home of the Day: An 'Ultimate House Hunt' in Jurassic Park has Kauai estate up for auction

Once used as a shooting location for the film "Jurassic Park," the verdant Hawaiian isle of Kauai is also home to this luxury estate designed by Matthew Schaller. The ocean-bluff retreat in a gated community is a lot to hula about. Set beneath a double-pitched roof, living spaces are surrounded...

Living neat, sweet and succinct in L.A.'s teeny homes

In the realm of real estate, Los Angeles reigns as the land of big. But as the city becomes more crowded and home prices soar, smaller residences are increasingly treasured. Their popularity has been boosted by eco-friendly lifestyles and intersecting social trends: simplicity, minimalism and decluttering....

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