Among the stories Tuesday from The Associated Press:
Among the stories Tuesday from The Associated Press:
WASHINGTON — They're called managers, and they sometimes work grueling schedules at fast food chains and retail stores. But with no overtime eligibility, their pay may be lower per hour than many workers they supervise. With those employees in mind, the Obama administration is expected to propose, as early as this week, to make up to 15 million more people eligible for overtime — its latest effort to boost pay for lower-income workers. By Christopher S. Rugaber. SENT: 970 words, photo.
ATHENS, Greece — It's crunch time for Greece, with the European part of its international bailout expiring and with it any possible access to the remaining rescue loans that it needs to pay its debts. By Elena Becatoros. SENT: 1,130 words, photos, video.
GREECE-DAILY STRUGGLE — On the streets of the Greek capital, resplendent in the early days of summer, there's still a veneer of normalcy — at least for foreigners. But for locals, the miserly 60 euros ($67) per day cash limit at ATMs means it will soon be a massive strain just to run a small business or keep a family going. By Gregory Katz. SENT: 810 words, photos.
— GREECE-DAILY STRUGGLE-GLANCE, GREECE-BAILOUT-THE LATEST
NEW YORK — U.S. stocks move higher in early trading on speculation that the Greek government is considering a last-minute attempt to break the deadlock between the country and its creditors. By Steve Rothwell. SENT: 390 words, photos. UPCOMING: 700 words by 5 p.m.
DONALD TRUMP-THE BRAND
NEW YORK — Some wonder if the backlash over Donald Trump's remarks about immigrants and subsequent dumping by NBC will spill over to his globe-spanning empire of real estate properties. Others say NBC's dramatic action simply gives "The Donald" more of the attention and publicity he craves. By Mae Anderson. SENT: 900 words, photo.
JETBLUE ADDS BAG FEES
NEW YORK — Say goodbye to checking a bag for free on JetBlue. Bowing to Wall Street, the airline is rolling out a new fare structure that dings passengers up to $25 per checked bag, or requires a pricier ticket to avoid a fee. By Scott Mayerowitz. SENT: 550 words, photo.
MARKETS & ECONOMY:
WASHINGTON — U.S. home prices increase at a solid clip in April, led by double-digit jumps in Denver and San Francisco. By Josh Boak. SENT: 390 words.
WASHINGTON — Consumer confidence shows a solid gain in June following a modest increase in May, supporting the view that strong job gains are giving a boost to the overall economy. By Martin Crutsinger. SENT: 310 words, photo.
LAS VEGAS — Nevada is on the cusp of what could be a casino revolution, drawing up plans for arcade-style video games that would pay out winnings based on a gambler's skill at, say, blasting aliens out of the sky, destroying enemy tanks or driving a virtual race car around a track. By Kimberly Pierceall. SENT: 720 words, photos.
WASHINGTON — The Export-Import Bank expires at midnight for the first time since the small federal agency was created during the Depression to help U.S. businesses export their products. Some questions and answers about the Export-Import Bank, and its future. By Erica Werner. SENT: 850 words.
— WILLIS GROUP-TOWERS WATSON — The insurer Willis Group Holdings PLC is buying Towers Watson in an all-stock deal valued at about $18 billion. SENT: 260 words, photos.
— CONAGRA FOODS-STORE BRANDS — ConAgra Foods Inc. plans to sell its faltering business that makes store-brand food just two years after spending $5 billion to beef it up by buying the private-label foodmaker Ralcorp. SENT: 370 words, photo.
— PEP BOYS-EXPLORING SALE — The auto parts seller Pep Boys may be putting itself up for sale. SENT: 130 words.
— CONSUMER REPORTS-OIL BURNERS — Newer cars aren't supposed to burn oil, but Consumer Reports magazine found that some engines mainly from Audi, BMW and Subaru, force their owners to add a quart as often as once a month. SENT: 510 words, photo.
— SKOREA-AIRBORNE TANKERS — South Korea says it's decided to buy four military airborne refueling tankers from European aerospace giant Airbus Defense and Space for $1.3 billion. SENT: 250 words.
— GERMANWINGS CRASH-COMPENSATION — A lawyer for relatives of people killed in the Germanwings crash in March says parent company Lufthansa has made a compensation offer. SENT: 130 words.
TECHNOLOGY & MEDIA:
ELECTRONIC BOOKS-ANTITRUST LAWSUIT
NEW YORK — A federal appeals court in New York says Apple violated antitrust laws by colluding with publishers to raise electronic book prices in 2010. SENT: 130 words. UPCOMING: Will be updated.
— JAPAN-NUCLEAR-ROBOT — A new robot that raises its tail like a scorpion is scheduled to look at melted nuclear fuel inside one of the three wrecked reactors in Japan. SENT: 340 words, photos.
— EUROPE-TELECOMS-ROAMING — The European Union agrees to end mobile roaming charges within two years and allow travelers to pay the same price for calls, text messages and data anywhere in the 28 EU nations. SENT: 140 words.
— FRANCE-UBER — Two Uber France managers are ordered to stand trial on behalf of the San Francisco-based company on charges including "deceptive commercial practices" and complicity in illegal activities linked to its low-cost ride-hailing service. SENT: 350 words, photos.
— DUBAI-PRINTED OFFICE — The United Arab Emirates says the Gulf commercial hub of Dubai will soon add the world's first office building made using three-dimensional printer technology to its collection of eye-catching buildings. SENT: 140 words.
GUNKANJIMA, Japan — A plan to register 23 industrial complexes dating back to the 1868-1912 Meiji Era, the roots of modern Japan's manufacturing might, as World Heritage treasures is raising protests from neighboring countries and former POWs who object to UNESCO status for mines and factories that ran on slave labor before and during World War II. By Elaine Kurtenbach. SENT: 1,200 words, photos.
— EUROPE-ECONOMY — Official figures show that inflation across the 19-country eurozone eased in the year to June to 0.2 percent from 0.3 percent the month before. SENT: 130 words.
— BRITAIN-ECONOMY — Britain's economy grows faster than previously estimated in the first quarter of 2015, thanks to a rise in construction output. SENT: 130 words.
— SYRIA-CURRENCY — The Central Bank of Syria puts into circulation a new 1,000-pound banknote, one that doesn't include the image of President Bashar Assad's father and the country's former president, Hafez Assad. SENT: 140 words.
— POLAND-INDUSTRY — Poland's government is holding its first ever away session in the coal mining region of Silesia, where it is to approve a major plan to stimulate industry and the job market. SENT: 130 words. UPCOMING: Will be updated.
— FRANCE-PORT STRIKE — Striking ferry workers block the railroad tracks leading to the Eurotunnel linking France and England, and train service across the Channel was suspended until further notice. SENT: 180 words.