From the Wires

Alaska to put free pregnancy tests in bar bathrooms

TIME: The University of Alaska-led program hopes to combat the state's high rate of fetal alcohol syndrome.

GM recalls another 3.16M vehicles

Forbes: General Motors expects to record recall-related costs at $700 million for the second quarter, up from its previous estimate of $400 million.

U.S. beats Ghana, 2-1

CBS: Team USA won their first Group G match against Ghana at the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

U.S. industrial production increases

Businessweek: Industrial production climbed more than forecasted in May.

Washing raw chicken 'spreads infection'

BBC: The Food Standards Agency is warning consumers to stop washing raw chicken, as doing so increases the risk of food poisoning.

Priceline to buy OpenTable

NYT: The online travel booking website will acquire the restaurant reservation service for $2.6 billion.

4,000 plus pounds of beef recalled

CNN: More than 4,000 pounds of rib-eye and other fresh beef products were recalled over mad cow disease concerns.

Twitter COO resigns

Forbes: Ali Rowghani could not increase the company's acquisitions of new users.

FDA rule may alter cheese-aging process

NYT: The Food and Drug Administration is questioning the use of wooden planks to age some cheeses.

Student killed in shooting at Oregon high school

WSJ: Emilio Hoffman, a 14-year-old freshman, has been identified as the victim.

European taxi drivers protest against Uber

Businessweek: More than 30,000 European taxi and limo drivers believe the smartphone application threatens their livelihoods.

Facebook hires PayPal

NYT: The social network hired eBay's PayPal president, David Marcus, to lead the expansion of its messaging products.

Cheerleading officially designated as a sport

USA Today: The American Medical Association now considers cheerleading a sport because of its rigors and risks.