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Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Mark Zuckerberg is building a wall around Hawaii property

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is building a wall around his Hawaii property. He's being criticized by neighbors and on social media since he condemned Donald Trump's Mexico border plans.

Published 2:09 PM

California among 8 states to vote on legal weed in November

Legal weed in California and other states isn't just a pipe dream. They'll all vote on legalization on Nov. 8.

Published 1:48 PM

Puerto Rico's next crisis is hours away

Puerto Rico doesn't have the $2 billion needed to pay its July 1 debt payment. The island's best hope is the U.S. Senate passing a bill by this weekend.

Published 1:02 PM

Miss USA winner is Army Reserve officer

An Army Reserve officer and IT analyst from the District of Columbia has been crowned Miss USA 2016 after mounting a strong defense of women in combat roles in the military.

Published 12:30 PM

UK passport loses luster following Brexit vote

The coveted British passport is losing its luster following Britain's decision to leave the European Union. Instead, Ireland has seen a surge in passport applications.

Published 12:28 PM

Brexit leader booed at EU parliament

U.K. Independence Party leader Nigel Farage gave his first speech in the European Union parliament since the Brexit vote. He was not received warmly.

Published 12:21 PM

Unicorns live! IPO market is back from dead

The strong showing for text messaging tech firm Twilio shows investors are willing to bet on risky IPOs again after Square's flop last year. Next up? Asian social media giant Line. Will other big unicorns like Uber and Airbnb follow?

Published 12:12 PM

Mark Zuckerberg is building a wall

Mark Zuckerberg is building a 6-foot wall around his property in Hawaii, and some neighbors are not happy about it.

Published 12:07 PM

The truth about trade, American jobs and Donald Trump

Donald Trump wants to bring back American jobs by renegotiating trade deals. But it's not that simple.

Published 12:03 PM

The Nazis' assault rifle now made in America

Georgia gunmaker manufacturers working replicas of Hitler's Sturmgewehr, world's first assault rifle.

Published 11:57 AM

Guardian editor makes post-Brexit appeal for funding from readers

In a note to readers asking for donations, Katharine Viner said traffic to the paper's website hit record levels after the Brexit vote, but noted that the paper has been facing financial obstacles

Published 11:51 AM

Rolling Stone libel suit over discredited UVA rape article is dismissed

Rolling Stone wins dismissal of libel suit brought by members of UVA fraternity in discredited story about gang rape.

Published 11:46 AM

Swimsuits out of Miss Teen USA pageant

Swimsuits at the Miss Teen USA pageant are officially dead in the water.

Published 11:44 AM

Academy Award voting tests diversity vow after #OscarsSoWhite campaign

Voting for 17 seats on the Academy Awards begins Wednesday and could test the academy's pledge for diversity amid the #OscarsSoWhite campaign.

Published 11:42 AM

Watch a sneak peek of 'The Hunt'

"In the jungle arms race, only too often, there's someone else with a more powerful weapon." The series premiere of "The Hunt" airs July 3 on BBC America.

Published 11:16 AM

GE Capital no longer too big to fail

General Electric's lending business finally shed the dreaded requirements placed on firms that pose a threat to the American financial system.

Published 11:05 AM

3 hard truths for U.K. in EU divorce talks

European Union leaders are moving quickly to agree a strategy for divorce talks with the U.K.

Published 11:02 AM

Why you shouldn't abandon bonds

Just because bond yields are low today, doesn't mean they have nowhere to go but up.

Published 10:57 AM

Tech CEO: Brexit uncertainty will hurt industry

Conversocial CEO Joshua March says Brexit is a "slap in the face for the brightest minds across Europe" and that he wouldn't be surprised if more tech companies move their offices to Dublin, which would be hugely disappointing to the tech scene in London.

Published 10:47 AM

I'm moving to the U.K. Should I be worried?

Last week, 17 million British voters went to the polls and chose to exile themselves from the European Union. Meanwhile, I was busy trying to become one of the U.K.'s newest immigrants.

Published 10:35 AM

The U.K.'s $100 billion autos industry can't survive without Europe

After failing to prevent a vote for Brexit, the British auto industry is now urging the U.K. government to minimize the damage.

Published 10:19 AM

Major Windows 10 update coming in August

Microsoft is releasing a new Windows 10 update on August 2 to mark the operating system's one year-anniversary.

Published 10:18 AM

Porsche unveils better, faster four-door hatchback

The new Porsche Panamera will have an optional 550-horsepower turbocharged V8

Published 10:02 AM

Facebook's latest News Feed change may hurt publishers

Facebook is changing News Feed to prioritize posts from users' friends over material shared by publishers. It's also sharing its "values" for the first time.

Published 10:01 AM

Brexit winners? Johnnie Walker and Lucky Strike

Diageo and British American Tobacco plunged after the U.K. voted to leave the European Union. But an analyst at Goldman Sachs thinks the selling is overdone and that the alcohol and cigarette giants may actually benefit from Brexit.

Published 9:57 AM

4 ways you will feel Brexit

How will the U.K. Vote to leave the European Union affect your 401(k) an your next vacation?

Published 9:34 AM

Toyota recalls 1.4 million cars for airbag problem

Toyota says it will need to fix 1.4 million cars for problem with side airbags made by a supplier other than Takata.

Published 9:27 AM

Walmart is giving everyone a month of free shipping

Walmart's ShippingPass program is now available for a free 30-day trial.

Published 8:45 AM

Adidas and Kanye West are sticking together

Adidas announced that it was extending its partnership with rapper Kanye West on a line of Yeezy branded gear.

Published 8:43 AM

How the typical American family pays for college

The sticker price can be shocking, so how do families foot the bill?

Published 8:19 AM

Who are the terror groups in Turkey?

Two terror organizations have left Turkey reeling from recent attacks. CNN's Nima Elbagir talks about the PKK and ISIS.

Published 7:45 AM

Turkey: A country in turmoil

Terror attacks, the nearby Syrian civil war and a Russian ban on certain goods and services are making 2016 a rough year for Turkey, CNN's Ivan Watson says.

Published 7:43 AM

Meet the Dow's biggest loser ... Goldman Sachs

Market volatility. Sluggish global economic growth. Low interest rates, Brexit. Add that all up and it's no surprise why Goldman Sachs is the worst performer in the Dow this year. But can it rebound in the second half of the year?

Published 7:42 AM

Istanbul airport attack: A fresh blow to tourism in Turkey

Turkey's crucial tourism industry was in crisis even before suicide bombers killed dozens of people at Istanbul airport.

Published 5:25 AM

Brexit: Vodafone says it might leave the U.K.

The world's second-largest telecoms company will consider moving its headquarters out of Britain after voters chose to leave the European Union.

Published 4:56 AM

Stocks: 3 things to know before the open

Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.

Published 4:41 AM

World's Top Employers for New Grads

For an exclusive CNNMoney list, research firm Universum Global surveyed business students at colleges around the world to see where they most want to work.

Published 1:19 AM