CNN: Former U.S. Senator Howard Baker, who famously asked Richard Nixon during the Watergate scandal what he knew and "when did he know it," has died at the age of 88.
WSJ: The U.S. team will advance to the knockout round, despite its 1-0 loss to Germany.
TIME: The world's largest furniture retailer will increase the average store minimum wage by 17%.
Forbes: A study from the Journal of the American Heart Association suggests that the more TV a person watches, the more likely he or she will die an early death.
CNN: A new report by Federal Reserve Bank of New York economists found the rate of return for a bachelor's degree has hovered around 14% to 15% since 2000.
Bloomberg: Next month Apple Inc. suppliers in China will begin mass production of two large iPhone models, one with a 4.7-inch display and a 5.5-inch version.
BBC: Wal-Mart vice president for communications David Tovar responds to critical NYTimes editorial with an edited version of story.
CNN.com: Clinton, the political heavy hitter, mishandled questions about her personal wealth.
Forbes: The California-based tech company will acquire the computer hardware company for $5.3 billion, or $4.6 billion net of cash.
BBC: The match finished 2-2 as Portugal’s Silvestre Varela scored in the final seconds of the game.
Reuters: New York would become the 23rd U.S. state to legalize cannabis for medical purposes.
CNN: Smith & Wesson shares plunged nearly 10%, a result of fewer Americans purchasing rifles.
Reuters: The lawsuit says the automaker should compensate millions of car and truck owners for lost resale value.