China’s Economy, Maui Fire and More: What’s Hot Today

Check out some of the top stories trending online today. They include the latest on what China’s economic concerns mean for the rest of the world after the wildfires in Maui and more.

China’s economic challenges evaporate as new debt falls, asset fears loom (CNBC)

Maui releases live updates: Search for missing with death toll now at 96 (NBC)

Trump’s legal team linked to Georgia voting system breach: report (the mountain)

New Covid vaccines on the way as 'Eris’ variant on the rise (Reuters)

A central Kansas police force sparked a firestorm by raiding a newspaper and publisher’s home (ABC)

Niger’s coup leaders say they will prosecute ousted president Mohamed Bassoum for 'high treason’ (AP)

Other popular headlines

The annual Perseid meteor shower lights up skies around the world (Al Jazeera)

Mark Zuckerberg says 'it’s time to move on’ from Elon Musk cage fight (CNN)

Flash mob hits another high-end store in LA County, stealing $100K worth of merchandise (Deadline)

Nestlé recalls chocolate chip cookie dough across the U.S. after consumers discovered the tree (Yahoo)

Rays’ Vander Franco not traveling with team as MLB looks into allegations of inappropriate relationship with minor (NY Post)

’Barbie’ Has Legs: Greta Gerwig’s Movie Tops Box Office Again, Gives Industry Mid-Summer Rise (AP)

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