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June 26, 2017
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Trump travel ban injunction partly lifted by top US court The US Supreme Court partly implements the travel and refugee bans pending a full review in October.
Brazil's Michel Temer charged with corruption The charges follow a recording in which Mr Temer appears to encourage the payment of hush money.
US senator to block arms sales to Gulf over Qatar crisis Influential Republican Bob Corker wants to see a "path forward" to resolving the crisis in the Gulf.
Why the US buys all its rare earth metals from China
The obscure minerals are much more costly to mine in America.
First map of Disneyland sells for $708,000 at auction
It was created by Walt Disney and fellow illustrator Herb Ryman in just one weekend to woo theme park investors in 1953.
6/26/2017: Can robots solve the labor shortage for dairy farms?
Faced with labor shortages, some dairy farms are increasingly using automation to get work done. We visit one operation where robots are milking cows all year round. Plus, Italy's bailout of its banking system, which could cost the euro equivalent of $19 billion.
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