The Supreme Court largely backed Texas Republicans by reviving electoral districts that had been thrown out by a lower court for diluting the influence of black and Hispanic voters.
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Harley-Davidson to move some production out of U.S. to avoid EU tariffs
Harley-Davidson Inc said on Monday it would move production of motorcycles shipped to the European Union from the United States to its international facilities and forecast the trading bloc's retaliatory tariffs would cost the company $90 million to $100 million a year.
Rebound in South powers U.S. new home sales in May
Sales of new U.S. single-family homes increased more than expected in May as sales in the South surged to their highest level in nearly 11 years.
Oil drops after OPEC+ output deal, but markets to stay tight
Brent crude oil fell on Monday as investors prepared for an extra 1 million barrels per day (bpd) in output to hit the markets after OPEC and its partners agreed to raise production.
Iran bans 1,300 imports as protesters, police clash over currency weakness
Iran is banning imports of over 1,300 products, preparing its economy to resist threatened U.S. sanctions, amid rare public protests against the plunge of its currency to record lows.
Syrian military extends southwest assault, thousands displaced
Government helicopters dropped barrel bombs on Deraa city for the first time in nearly a year on Monday, a rebel and a war monitor said, extending an assault in southwest Syria which has driven thousands from their homes.
No, after you: Why England and Belgium may want to be second
To win, or not to win? Tug some jersey, or avoid yellow cards? England and Belgium face a World Cup conundrum ahead of Thursday's crunch in Kaliningrad -- is it better to finish second rather than win Group G?
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