NewsWatch: Here’s how Americans are spending their money

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Americans are spending more to eat out, replace old cars and trucks and entertain themselves. They also have to devote a bigger share of their budgets to rents and health care, however. See full story.

Trump says he and Mexican president didn’t discuss border-wall payment

Donald Trump said he and Mexico’s president discussed a proposed wall on the U.S. southern border but did not talk about who would pay for it during a meeting on Wednesday. See full story.

Here are the technology advances you’ll probably see in your lifetime

By the time I’m 66 years old, roads will be filled with autonomous cars, I’ll have a holographic avatar for a personal assistant and my grandkids will be traveling the world while never leaving the classroom, thanks to the magic of augmented reality. See full story.

Here’s what it will cost to be Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady’s New York neighbor

Related Companies has posted listings for 10 units in the Robert A.M. Stern–designed building’s website for the first time after launching sales in April. The residences advertised range in price from $7.25 million to $29.5 million and do not include the two penthouses planned for the 14-story development. See full story.

How Gilead ‘broke’ Obamacare

The news that big insurance companies are dropping out of the exchanges doesn’t mean Obamacare is broken, writes Tim Mullaney. The problem is easily fixable once we realize it’s really about a few specialty drugs. See full story.

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A partnership offering discounts on Wells Fargo student loans to members of Amazon Prime Student has ended after just over a month. See full story.

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