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FILE - In this Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2015, file photo, Chinese President Xi Jinping, center, talks with Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg, right, as Lu Wei, left, China's Internet czar, looks on during a gathering of CEOs and other executives at Microsoft's main campus in Redmond, Wash. China is replacing its top internet regulator and censor, Lu Wei, who had become the face of the government's increasingly complicated dealings with foreign technology companies. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, Pool, File)
China replaces top internet regulator and censor with deputyChina replaced its internet regulator Lu Wei, the hard-liner responsible for leading the government's efforts to tighten control over domestic cyberspace and export the ruling Communist Party's philosophy of web control
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Kellogg opening cereal cafe in NYC amid soggy salesKellogg is opening a cereal cafe in NYC as it fights slumping cereal sales
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In this image taken from the Parliamentary Recording Unit Britain's Prime Minister, David Cameron, addresses the House of Commons in London, Wednesday June 29, 2016. The weekly Prime Minister's Questions in Britain's House of Commons has taken on a surreal tone, with a premier who is departing  David Cameron, questioned by an opposition leader whose own lawmakers are trying to force him out.  The normally raucous session unfolded in unusual quiet, as Labour Party backbenchers declined to cheer their leader Jeremy Corbyn and sat in stony silence.  (Parliamentary Recording Unit via AP) TV OUT  NO SALES
The Latest: Former US official Rice fears EU turn inwardFormer U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says she is concerned that a European Union that will now have to struggle with a British departure from the bloc will become "much more inward-looking and less engaged with the world."
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FILE - In this Aug. 11, 2009, file photo, Tibetan film director Pema Tseden poses during a photo call at the 62nd Locarno International Film Festival in Locarno, Switzerland. Tseden was detained Saturday, June 25, 2016, following a dispute over left luggage at the airport in the western city of Xining. The next morning, he was ordered held for five days of administrative detention for causing a disturbance and was taken to a hospital Monday night suffering from a headache, chest pain and other complaints, his producer said. (Martial Trezzini/Keystone via AP, File) ** EDITORIAL USE ONLY **
Tibetan director Pema Tseden hospitalized after scuffleTibetan film director Pema Tseden has been hospitalized following a scuffle at a Chinese airport
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Forensic officials look at family members of victims who are crying outside the Forensic Medical Center in Istanbul, Wednesday, June 29, 2016. Suicide attackers killed dozens and wounded more than 140 at Istanbul's busy Ataturk Airport late Tuesday, the latest in a series of bombings to strike Turkey in recent months. Turkish officials said the massacre was most likely the work of the Islamic State group. Turkish authorities have banned distribution of images relating to the Ataturk airport attack within Turkey.(AP Photo/Emrah Gurel) TURKEY OUT
The Latest: Russia eases sanctions against TurkeyRussian President Vladimir Putin says his telephone call to Turkey's leader both expressed condolences for the Istanbul airport bombing, but also started a process of improving relations with the country
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Ahead of Amazon Prime Day, Wal-Mart tries to move inWith an eye on likely Amazon promotions coming up, Wal-Mart is offering a free 30-day day trial on its two-day unlimited shipping service and is ramping up its own deals
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Passengers stand at an entrance of Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, Wednesday, June 29, 2016. Suicide attackers killed dozens and wounded more than 140 at Istanbul's busy Ataturk Airport late Tuesday, the latest in a series of bombings to strike Turkey in recent months. Turkish officials said the massacre was most likely the work of the Islamic State group. (AP Photo) TURKEY OUT
41 dead in Istanbul airport attack blamed on Islamic StateSuspected Islamic State group extremists have hit the international terminal of Istanbul's Ataturk airport, killing at least 41 people
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US-backed Syria rebels pushed back by IS from town near IraqIslamic State group pushes back U.S-backed Syrian rebels from outskirts of town on border with Iraq
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Lilly King waves during an award ceremony at the U.S. Olympic swimming trials in Omaha, Neb., Tuesday, June 28, 2016. King won the women's 100-meter breaststroke. (AP Photo/Orlin Wagner)
Newcomers pushing out veterans at US Olympic swim trialsThe United States is assembling an Olympic swimming team that Michael Phelps hardly recognizes
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  • CEO of Loudoun-based K2M projects growth, jobs

    After unveiling a new headquarters in Leesburg earlier in June, co-founder, president and CEO Eric Major of the global medical device company K2M talks about the company's plans. Loudoun Times, Mon, Jun 27 2016 @ 08:57 AM
  • Former delegate Fauntroy released from custody after arrest

    In this photo provided by the Customs and Border Patrol , former Washington congressional delegate Walter Fauntroy is shown. CBP officers arrested Fauntroy at Dulles International Airport, Monday, June 27, 2016, on an outstanding arrest warrant for failure to appear and fraud, insufficient funds check out of Prince George's County, Md., after returning home from a four-year sojourn in the Persian Gulf, according to authorities. WTOP-FM Washington, Tue, Jun 28 2016 @ 04:58 PM
  • Civil rights leader Walter Fauntroy out of jail after return to U.S.

    U.S. civil rights leader Walter Fauntroy was released from a Virginia jail on Tuesday following his return from a four-year absence in the Middle East, a court official said. Fauntroy, who faces a bad check charge in Maryland, left the Loudoun County jail in suburban Washington and greeted his wife, Dorothy, for the first time since he left the United States in 2012, television images showed. Reuters, Tue, Jun 28 2016 @ 05:19 PM
  • Free Cab Rides on July 4 to Discourage Drunk Driving

    SoberRide will be available to residents 21 and over throughout DC and in 4 Virginia counties and 2 Maryland counties. Celebrating the Fourth of July with alcoholic beverages? Free cab rides will be available on July 4 throughout the D.C. area to discourage drunk driving. NBC Washington, Mon, Jun 27 2016 @ 03:06 PM
  • US boy 3D prints brother a prosthetic hand

    High school student Gabriel Filippini was in technology teacher Kurt O'Connor's study hall when he approached the teacher with an unusual question: Could they use the classroom 3D printer to build his little brother a hand? Lucas was born without a left hand and through kindergarten was able to do nearly everything other little boys could, including zipping up his jacket, riding a bike, even gripping monkey bars using his palm. But in elementary school, Lucas encountered a problem he couldn't solve: He could not tie his shoelaces. The New Zealand Herald, Tue, Jun 28 2016 @ 10:55 PM
  • Loudoun Supervisor Meyer considering rules change to limit resolutions and proclamations

    Supervisor Ron Meyer wants to limit what kind of proclamations and resolutions he and his colleagues can introduce. Loudoun Times, Tue, Jun 28 2016 @ 10:22 AM
  • Middleburg Financial Corp. (MBRG) Raised to "Hold" at Zacks Investment Research

    According to Zacks, "Middleburg Financial Corporation has three wholly owned subsidiaries, The Middleburg Bank, The Tredegar Trust Company and Gilkison Patterson Investment Advisors, Inc. The Middleburg Bank serves Loudoun County, Virginia with 5 branches. The Tredegar Trust Company is headquartered in Richmond, Virginia with a branch office in Middleburg, Virginia. Daily Political, Sat, Jun 25 2016 @ 01:19 AM
  • Rate of Suspensions in Northern Virginia Schools Going Up

    After four years of decreasing rates, the 2014-2015 school year saw an increase in the rate of public school suspensions and expulsions in Northern Virginia, according to the Legal Aid Justice Center. "Half of suspensions were for cell phone disruptions, defiance, insubordination, and disrespect, not for any sort of violent offense," Legal Aid Justice Center Fellow Becky Wolozin told WMAL. WMAL-AM Washington, Thu, Jun 23 2016 @ 08:08 AM
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