CBS2’s Magdalena Doris reports. CBS New York video news
Apple is in exploratory talks to buy Tidal, the WSJ reports, citing unidentified people familiar. Bloomberg’s Alex Webb has more on “Bloomberg West.”
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Thursday on the NewsHour, the Pentagon lifts the ban to allow transgender people to openly serve in the armed forces. Also: Identifying the Istanbul airport bombers, Samantha Power on our perception of refugees, a luxury company brings manufacturing back to Detroit, why some voters don’t trust HIllary Clinton, the story of women who launched us into space and Tig Notaro on comedy and healing.
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Billionaire Bill Gates, whose foundation seeks to spread modern medicine and wipe out diseases of the poor, says he supports the U.S. drug pricing system even as politicians have intensified their criticism of high costs. Bill Gates sat down with Bloomberg’s Erik Schatzker in Boston.
Right-wing groups that promote themselves as “white advocates” have been emboldened by Donald Trump’s candidacy. They say the presumptive Republican nominee is instinctively receptive to many of their ideas.
Far from the rough-and-tumble bigots of the KKK, these clean-cut white nationalists in suits and ties nonetheless hold extreme views on — and believe Trump’s candidacy helps their cause.
VICE News went to an annual conference held by the white nationalist magazine American Renaissance to talk to some of the intellectual leaders behind this growing movement. Vice news video
Even when they serve their time, sex crime offenders in some states are being held years beyond their release date. The civil commitment laws that let jailers deem convicts too dangerous to walk free are facing increased scrutiny, especially in Minnesota, where even juvenile sex offenders grow old behind bars. William Brangham reports. Video PBS News Hour