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—Those screaming stock trading pits you used to see in all the movies are a thing of the past as of today—the futures pits in New York and Chicago are closing. (Fox Business)

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—Amidst another major debt crisis, Greece has voted not to accept a bailout offer. (BBC)

—The Grateful Dead performed their final show last night. Bummer, dude. (New York Times)

—According to a new study, the police have shot and killed 124 mentally ill Americans this year alone. (Washington Post)

—Two things you should know: Google made an "image processing neural network algorithm," whatever that means, and it's been released to all of the internet. Basically, it turns pictures into creepier pictures. See below. (Guardian)

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—A 22-year-old man in Maine died on Saturday night after he decided to put a fireworks mortar on his head and light it. (Time)

—'Inside Out' beat 'Magic Mike XXL' and 'Terminator: Genisys' at the box office this weekend. Sorry, abs and guns. (Variety)

—After raising two adopted puppies for two years, a man in China has realized that, um, they're actually bears. (International Business Times)

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