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Twitter’s Search For Stability

July 28, 2015
A sign is posted outside of the Twitter headquarters on July 29, 2014 in San Francisco, California. Twitter will report second quarter earnings today after the closing bell. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

How can a company like Twitter, that seems so successful, be having such problems? Kurt Wagner of Re/code weighs in.

Mexican Authorities Report On Mass Grave Discoveries

July 28, 2015
Forensic personnel load onto a van the body of one of the 10 bodies found in clandestine graves in the tourist city of Acapulco, Guerrero State on June 22, 2015. Guerrero is one of Mexico's poorest and most violent states, where a lucrative drug trade has flourished. (STR/AFP/Getty Images)

The search for the 43 Mexican students who vanished 10 months ago has turned up 129 other bodies in 60 graves across Guerrero.

China Stocks Continue To Tumble

July 28, 2015
Investors look at screens showing stock market movements at a securities company in Beijing on July 28, 2015. Chinese shares sank on July 28, a day after Shanghai's steepest one-day slide in eight years, defying renewed government vows of support that analysts warned were not enough to soothe nervous investors. (Fred Dufour/AFP/Getty Images)

A day after the worst drop in eight years, the main market index in Shanghai fell another 1.5 percent.

Drought Leads To Stressed Out Salmon In Northwest Rivers

July 28, 2015
Chris Burns, natural resources technician with Washington’s Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe, stands in the Dungeness River. Flows are roughly one-third of normal, prompting fears that salmon won’t be able to make it upstream to spawn. (Ashley Ahearn/EarthFix-KUOW)

River levels are dropping as the drought continues – and the water’s getting warmer. That’s a problem for salmon and trout.

Shamir: From Country To Pop

July 28, 2015
Las Vegas singer-songwriter Shamir is 20 years old and out with a new album, "Ratchet." (Mathew Parri Thomas)

The 20-year-old talks about his new album, his androgynous voice and how his disco-pop sound has evolved.

‘Lion-Like’ Animal Roaming The Streets Of Milwaukee

July 28, 2015
The mystery animal roaming Milwaukee can be seen in this screenshot from a grainy cell phone video. (Screenshot via WUWM)

The city has received more than a dozen calls to report sightings of what looks like lion strolling through Milwaukee neighborhoods.

Illinois Budget Impasse Puts Pressure On State-Funded Programs

July 28, 2015
Peace Ambassadors in Alternatives's Restorative Justice program at Uplift Community High School in Chicago. (Facebook)

The head of a Chicago youth development agency explains what the impasse means for programs and the children they serve.

Music From The Show

July 27, 2015

From Copywrite to Isan.

Boston Out As U.S. Candidate For 2024 Olympics

July 27, 2015

A person familiar with the decision says the U.S. Olympic Committee has severed ties with Boston.

Boston’s Bid To Host 2024 Olympics Is Over

July 27, 2015
Boston 2024 Chairman Steve Pagliuca, left, and Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, right, speak to reporters in June at TD Garden. (Elise Amendola/AP)

The city and the U.S. Olympic Committee severed ties on Monday, ending an effort that was troubled nearly from the moment it started.

In California Drought, Musicians Find Inspiration

July 27, 2015
Composer and professor Dr. Benjamin Boone created Waterless Music, a symphony about water and the lack of it in California. (Benjamin Boone)

Across the drying state, musicians are writing songs about the lack of water, reports Ezra David Romero of Valley Public Radio.

Psychiatrist: Walking Stimulates The Brain ‘In Many, Many Ways’

July 27, 2015
Walking (Montse PB/Flickr)

“A bout of exercise is like taking a little bit of Prozac and a little bit of Ritalin,” says John Ratey, “because it does the same thing.”

China Stocks See Biggest Drop Since 2007

July 27, 2015
An investor walks past a screen that shows share prices in a security firm in Hangzhou, east China's Zhejiang province on July 27, 2015. China's benchmark Shanghai stock index slumped 5.22 percent in afternoon trade on July 27, dragged lower by worries over the economy. AFP PHOTO CHINA OUT (STR/AFP/Getty Images)

The biggest one-day stock market drop in years – shares slid more than 8 percent – comes after huge gains earlier this summer.

U.S. Wind Power On Course To Grow Big

July 27, 2015
A man rids his bike against the win as giant wind turbines are powered by strong winds at sunset on March 27, 2013 in Palm Springs, California. (Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

The Department of Energy says wind power is poised to become one of the country’s largest sources of energy.

The Global Impact Of Low Oil Prices

July 27, 2015
An idled pump jack, once used to extract crude oil from the ground, sits above a well on the edge of a farmers field on January 21, 2015 near Ridgway, Illinois. With oil prices near a 5 1/2-year low, oil companies are beginning to slow drilling operations in the United States. (Scott Olson/Getty Images)

The stock market in China – the world’s biggest energy consumer – dropped 8 percent last night, sending oil prices to a four-month low.

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