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U.S. Employers Add 288,000 Jobs in June, and More

by WSJ Live 2:23 mins

U.S. Employers Add 288,000 Jobs in June, and More

by WSJ Live 2:23 mins

What's News: U.S. unemployment rate drops to 6.1% from 6.3% a month earlier. The Dow Jones Industrial Average boosts above 17,000 for the first time in intra-day trading. Federal contractor responsible for vetting Edward Snowden awarded another $190 million government contract. Hurricane Arthur picks up steam. Sara Murray reports. Photo: iStock/LilliDay

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