June 25, 2013 Headlines: The top states for manufacturing jobs, Snowden's effect on U.S.-China ties, and more.
Bloomberg: Durable goods orders in the month of May are a sign of a stabilizing U.S. manufacturing sector.
Bloomberg: The U.S. is investigating whether China was mainly trying to exploit Snowden.
CNBC: Michigan tops the list of best states to find new manufacturing jobs.
New York Times: John Kerry makes it clear that Snowden incident will have "an impact" on U.S.-China relations.
Reuters: Despite accusations from the U.S., China says it didn't help Snowden flee.
Washington Post: Obama's speech at Georgetown will outline a strategy for how to handle climate change.
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