U.S. financial system is stronger but reforms must continue, IMF says

WASHINGTON -- The United States financial system is stronger than it was five years ago but risks remain and regulators need to complete reforms, while policymakers should resist efforts to roll back some of the changes, the International Monetary Fund said Tuesday. 
Advanced Micro Devices fell to its lowest in more than two years after the chipmaker said second- quarter sales declined more than originally projected because of weak consumer demand for personal computers.  
Elon Musk said SpaceX is pinning down the events that led to its Falcon 9 rocket disintegrating shortly after a June 28 launch from Cape Canaveral, Florida.
Warren Buffett's Nevada utility has lined up what may be the cheapest electricity in the U.S., and it's from a solar farm.  
Today: Shares in Tesla Motors slide more than 4 percent after analysts praise the Palo Alto electric carmaker's growth potential, but say its current price already accounts for it. Also, GoPro and Fitbit soar while AMD plummets.  
In another sign the state's housing market continues to heal, people who lost a home in the Great Recession are looking to buy again and both younger wage earners who are forming households and other buyers say they plan to live in their homes longer than in previous years, according to an annual survey.  
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PHILADELPHIA -- The U.S. women's soccer team won the World Cup, and now Carli Lloyd has the marketing world at her feet, advertising and public relations experts say.  
Horizon Pharma, a biopharmaceutical company developing treatments for rare diseases, made an unsolicited bid to buy Newark-based Depomed for $3 billion, including debt, after earlier attempts to make a deal were rejected.  
Eighty years ago, Model A's first rolled off the assembly line at the Ford plant in Richmond. Today, part of the factory is used by Ekso Bionics, a wearable robot company that's using cutting-edge technology to help stroke patients relearn how to walk and soldiers carry heavy loads without sustaining injury.  
Alarmed by the number of Russians who have been killed while taking photos of themselves with smartphones, Russian police have started a new campaign called 'Safe Selfies.'
Review: El Cerrito's Taste of Ethiopia definitely worth a visit

With its super fresh vegetarian and meat dishes, Ethiopian coffee and authentic, hard-to-find touches, this new Ethiopian restaurant is worth a visit. 
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Paula Deen tweets photo of son in brownface

Former Food Network star reveals racial insensitivity again with “I Love Lucy” post that ignites social media backlash.