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Business

• Americans have borrowed $12.7 trillion, more than they did at the height of the credit bubble in 2008.

• The U.S. and the European Union discussed banning laptop computers and tablets on trans-Atlantic flights.

• At its annual developers’ conference on Wednesday, Google described a future in which people interact with the company all day, so seamlessly that they barely notice.

Our tech columnist says it’s tech giants like Google, not governments, that are building — and owning — the future.

• U.S. stocks were down sharply on Wednesday because of the turmoil in Washington. Here’s a snapshot of global markets.

Smarter Living

• Business travelers often suffer from hotel gloom. Here’s how to ward it off.

• Writing and editing your personal story can make you happier and healthier.

• Recipe of the day: Go old school with hard shell tacos.

Noteworthy

• “I’ve learned to go into the unknown.”

In today’s 360 video, watch rock climbers with disabilities learn techniques at Joshua Tree National Park.

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‘After Losing My Sight, I’ve Learned to Go Into the Unknown’

Paradox Sports runs adaptive climbing trips for people with disabilities. In this 360 video, rock climbers like Shawn Sturges, who is blind, learn new techniques at Joshua Tree National Park.


By WILL STRATHMANN, LOGAN JAFFE and JOSHUA THOMAS on Publish Date May 18, 2017.


Photo by Will Strathmann for The New York Times. Technology by Samsung. .

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