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Stocks cut losses as Apple shares soar 10% to new high on day

Stocks pared losses on Friday as the biggest tech companies and market leaders — Amazon, Apple and Facebook — soared after posting stellar quarterly results.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell about 70 points as Caterpillar and Chevron led the declines. The 30-stock benchmark dropped 286 points at its low of the day. The S&P 500 last traded near the flat line, while the Nasdaq Composite gained 0.8% as Big Tech shares soared.

A few negative headlines weighed on the broader market despite the blowout numbers from major tech companies:

  • Emergency unemployment benefits are set to expire Friday and Congress and the White House still seem far apart on an agreement...
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“Sushant Singh Rajput Did Not Have Suicidal Personality”: Actor Ankita Lokhande To NDTV

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Sushant Sing Rajput’s former girlfriend, TV actor Ankita Lokhande, today told NDTV that the 34-year-old actor “did not have a suicidal personality” and was balanced and happy. Sushant Singh Rajput, who was found dead in his Mumbai apartment on June 14, was very focused and used to have five year plans, she said.

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This Pasta Artist Designed Gigi Hadid’s Quirky Rainbow Cabinets, But That’s Only One of Her Colorful Creations

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Dow drops more than 200 points despite blowout earnings from Big Tech

Stocks fell on Friday despite the biggest tech companies and market leaders — Amazon, Apple and Facebook — reporting stellar quarterly results.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped about 230 points as Caterpillar and Chevron led the declines. The S&P 500 dipped 0.4%. The Nasdaq Composite gained 0.3% after rising as much as 1.5% earlier in the day.

A few negative headlines weighed on the broader market despite the blowout numbers from major tech companies:

  • Emergency unemployment benefits are set to expire Friday and Congress and the White House still seem far apart on an agreement. White House Chief of staff Mark Meadows said Democratic leaders have rejected four offers regarding the coronavirus relief bill.
  • Dow-component Chevron fell more than 4% after the oil giant reported a...
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Man Bashed With Hammer By Cow Vigilantes As Gurgaon Cops Watch

Man Bashed With Hammer By Cow Vigilantes As Gurgaon Cops Watch

The attack took place in Gurgaon on Friday around 9 am.

New Delhi:

With impunity and a hammer, an unarmed man is savagely beaten and kicked to pulp while the police and dozens of people do little more than watch, shows the video, demonstrating the horrific collapse of law near the country’s capital.

Around 9 am on Friday, not too far away from Gurgaon’s glistening towers that house the offices of multinational software companies, a group of cow vigilantes chasing a pick-up truck for about 8 km managed to flag it down.

The driver, identified as Lukman, was pulled out and brutally assaulted on the suspicion that he was smuggling cow meat in an incident with chilling echoes of the 2015 Dadri mob lynching in Noida, also very close to Delhi.

Just like Dadri, the police were faster at sendi...

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The Unexpected Paint Color Combination You Need to Try, Based on Your Enneagram Type

“Usually when you’re decorating, it’s a mood you start out with,” says Eiseman. “What do you want your bedroom to feel like? What’s your goal? That way we’re creating a setting for ourselves.”

Eiseman explains that conventional thinking says extroverted people would lean toward bright colors in their space, but perhaps they wear bright clothing on their bodies and are out-and-about all day, so when they come home, they might prefer a calmer setting and pick more earthy tones for their room decor. 

However, the opposite could also be true. 

“It could be that a person says ‘I am very zen-like in my clothing, I like straight lines, I’m a minimalist, and I want my home to look that way,” she says. 

Eiseman has identified eight leading moods of color ...

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Coronavirus relief talks sputter as $600 weekly unemployment benefit expires and Washington plays blame game

Negotiators on the next coronavirus relief bill appeared as far as ever from an agreement Friday and rushed to lay blame as a key financial lifeline expires. 

Underscoring the gulf between Democrats and Repbulicans as they try to boost an economy and health-care system buckling under the weight of the pandemic, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and White House chief of staff Mark Meadows offered derision during dueling news conferences Friday morning. The pair met with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Thursday night but appeared to make little progress toward cracking the impasse. 

Schumer said the lack of a Republican consensus on pandemic aid has hindered progress toward a deal...

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“Double Standards”: Ashok Gehlot To BJP Over MLAs’ Merger With Congress

'Double Standards': Ashok Gehlot To BJP Over MLAs' Merger With Congress

The BJP’s Madan Dilawar’s petition in the Rajasthan High Court argues that the merger is illegal (File)

Jaipur:

Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, who is left with a narrow majority after a revolt by his sacked deputy Sachin Pilot, hit out at the BJP today over its petition in court challenging the merger of six Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) MLAs into the Congress last year.

The Chief Minister accused the BJP of “double standards”, reminding the party that four Rajya Sabha members of Chandrababu Naidu’s Telugu Desam Party (TDP) merged into it last year.

“Four MPs of TDP merged with BJP overnight in Rajya Sabha. That merger is right and the merger of six MLAs with the Congress in Rajasthan is wrong?” – Ashok Gehlot tweeted in Hindi. He questioned what happened to the BJP’s ‘‘Chaal-Char...

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Wayfair is Having a Massive Storage Sale, Including Best-Sellers From Their Popular Dotted Line Brand

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I don’t know about you, but I still associate the end of summer with back-to-school season, even though I’ve been out of school for several years now. While this year looks very different, the desire to organize before fall is still there, even if it means just rearranging my pantry or buying new baskets.

That’s why Wayfair’s Storage Solutions Sale has come at the perfect time. Right now, the site is offering up to 50 percent off storage for every room in (and outside) your home, including deals on their popular Dotted Line collection. If you’re also feeling the organization bug, you’ll definitely want to check out this sale (and start with some of the top deals below).

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As $600 weekly unemployment benefit expires, coronavirus relief talks sputter and Washington plays blame game

Negotiators on the next coronavirus relief bill appeared as far as ever from an agreement Friday and rushed to lay blame as a key financial lifeline expires. 

Underscoring the gulf between Democrats and Repbulicans as they try to boost an economy and health-care system buckling under the weight of the pandemic, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and White House chief of staff Mark Meadows offered derision during dueling news conferences Friday morning. The pair met with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Thursday night but appeared to make little progress toward cracking the impasse. 

Schumer said the lack of a Republican consensus on pandemic aid has hindered progress toward a deal...

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