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David Fazekas/ABC News(SHORELINE, Wash.) -- For over 40 years, some of music’s most iconic figures have stepped into Robert Lang’s one-of-a-kind subterranean recording studio, seeking its unique acoustics for their music.

“This is the place where Kurt Cobain and Nirvana did their last recording,” Lang said. “Then, of course, the Foo Fighters, Peter Frampton, Heart and Soundgarden. I recorded some great stuff here.”

Robert Lang Studios is nestled deep inside a hillside in Shoreline, Washington, just 15 minutes north of Seattle. Lang bought the little cottage house, with a small double-cement garage on the hill, with the purpose of opening a recording studio.

“We're built on about 8,500-square feet here, it's basically 10-feet below the backyard ground,” Lang said. “I've done a lot of this in here myself. Never had plans for anything down here. I just started digging, going to the property lines as much as I could get. At first I was doing all the excavation with a conveyor belt, with my great friends that believed in my vision here. I their labor time for studio time. It was musicians that were helping me with a shovel. It's just something here that makes the chemistry right. This room sounds amazing for what it does.”

Robert Lang Studios opened for business in 1974, recording the local high school’s jazz band, which featured a young prodigy on saxophone.

“I started recording Franklin High School jazz lab, which was very well known for a fellow by the name of Kenny Gorelick, who is Kenny G,” Lang said. “We were recording him when he was 15 years old with the jazz lab. I did a lot of funk bands and some blues bands from south Seattle. I had a really super good knack for engineering and working with a lot of people here.”

As Seattle’s music scene began growing in the 1990s, so did business for Lang, as bands like Soundgarden and Nirvana heard about Lang’s unique underground setup.

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“I got a call from Soundgarden. They came in, looked at the room, and were just basically, ‘God, we'd love to record 'Super Unknown' here doing our drum tracks,’” Lang said. “Quickly after that, I had Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic in here wanting to use my room for the last Nirvana song. Then from there it just started snowballing.”

Business today is not quite as robust as it was back in the ‘90s. Record labels, hit hard by the struggling music industry, are not spending the big bucks for a recording studio like they used to in previous years.

“Everybody now can make records in their homes, their basements, their closets,” Lang said. “A studio like this suffers a little bit because the big budget for the studios aren't the way they were back in the early 90s, mid 90s, late 90s. I was in a foreclosure here a few years back.”

Lang has slowly transitioned his recording studio into an academy where aspiring recording engineers can go and learn.

“We've branched from the recording into education which is now paying the bills,” Lang said. “It's the history of this studio that really enlightens the young adults to want to come here and want to take my education program. In 10, 20 years, I see this being more of an academy, an education academy.”

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ABC News(WICHITA, Kan.) -- Charles and David Koch are among the richest men in the world, amassing a multi-billion dollar empire and running the largest privately held company in America while largely staying out of the public eye.

When ABC News met Charles Koch at his company's headquarters in Wichita, Kansas, last week, he opened up to offer a rare glimpse into his personal story and the values that have informed his business career and political activities.

Koch, the author of the book "Good Profit," talked through a framed letter in his office left for him by his father, which outlined the approach he and his brothers should take when managing the family fortune left to them.

Koch reflected on how the letter has guided him in his business, and in a rare admission, Koch admitted his father would be "horrified" at the resulting feud that split most of his siblings apart.

Watch the ABC News digital original video above to hear Koch's story in his own words.

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Sophie Mumper(DECATUR, Ga.) -- A Georgia high school student is making it easier for moms in her local community to breastfeed.

As part of her senior project at Decatur High School, Sophie Mumper is encouraging local restaurants and businesses in Decatur, Georgia to post signs that read: "Breastfeeding Welcome Here." She hopes the effort will help moms ease their fears of being humiliated or stigmatized while breastfeeding.

Mumper, 17, told ABC News the idea came when she was traveling with her mother in Portugal.

"I saw women able to breastfeed without the same stigma that we see in the south. It didn't seem fair that women were being treated with shame for trying to sustain their child the best way possible," she said. "In Georgia, while it's legal to breastfeed, there are no enforcement provisions. So if a restaurant says, 'You have to leave.' Then there's no repercussions."

"These stickers go the extra mile to say this is a safe environment," she added.

Recently, mother of two Stephanie Rhodus was kicked out of a Henderson County, North Carolina, courtroom for breastfeeding her 8-month-old boy, Archer, during a child custody hearing -- although it's legal to breastfeed in public in North Carolina.

Still, breastfeeding laws vary across state lines. According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, 49 states including Washington, D.C. and the Virgin Islands allow mothers to breastfeed in public.

Last month, Mumper reached out to the Georgia Breastfeeding Coalition, an advocacy group for families in the state. They gave her the breastfeeding signs to post. She then drafted emails to businesses in her local community to tell them more about her initiative.

"At first I didn't get a lot of responses, which is pretty discouraging," Mumper admitted. But, a month later, Mumper said she now has 13 businesses in Decatur who have agreed to post the signs "and the number is still growing," she added.

Revolution Donuts is one of the businesses who signed onto Mumper's project.

"We live in a community that is very family oriented," owner Maria Moore Riggs told ABC News. "So a big portion of our clientele are young moms out with their babies for the first time and I just wanted them to feel comfortable that they wouldn't be shamed out of the business."

"I have a son that I breastfed and I know the feeling of being out in public and feeling self conscious and not knowing how people are going to react to your feeding your child," she added, noting that she's received a warm response from customers who have seen the sign.

Sumper said she's received messages from many local moms, some tearful, thanking her for her efforts.

The senior plans to attend the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City this fall, but says she will continue her project even after she graduates from high school.

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iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Losses in the tech sector, despite positive earnings from Facebook and, pushed U.S. stocks to close the week off in the red.

The Dow dropped 56.57 (0.32 percent) to close at 17,774.19.

The tech-heavy Nasdaq pushed down 29.93 (0.62 percent) to finish at 4,775.36, logging 2 percent losses for the month. The S&P fell 10.51(0.51 percent) to close at 2,065.30.

Crude oil closed flat with prices remaining around $46 a barrel.

Tech Earnings: A tech sell-off continued Friday, led by disappointing earnings from Apple and Microsoft this week. Not even Facebook and's quarter one reports that defeated investors' estimates could save the tech sector from having its worst weekly loss since February.

Facebook and Amazon boasted stronger-than-expected growth and profits this week with Amazon doubling investors' net income estimates of 58 cents per share, by posting $1.07 for the quarter. Both stocks finished in the green on Friday with Amazon soaring nearly 10 percent at the close.

Apple: Apple continued its slide after billionaire investor Carl Icahn said Thursday he had sold his entire stake in the company because of worries about China sales. In its fiscal second quarter report, Apple said sales sunk 26 percent in China as the iPhone 6s failed to achieve the success of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. In an interview with CNBC, Icahn said he "no longer [had] a position in Apple" because of China's attitude toward the company.

"You worry a little bit — and maybe more than a little — about China's attitude," Icahn told CNBC, saying China's government could "come in and make it very difficult for Apple to sell there."

According to FactSet, Icahn's investment firm owned 45.8 million Apple shares at the end of December.

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Angela Weiss/Getty Images for Vans(NEW YORK) -- Damn, Daniel.

The viral video "Damn, Daniel" from earlier this year helped boost white Vans sales in the first-quarter as the brand celebrated its 50th anniversary.

In the video, we see different candid shots of "Daniel" wearing Vans shoes, particularly a pair of white vans which the narrator takes note of: "Damn, Daniel. Back at it again with the white Vans."

In an earnings call Friday for Vans parent company VF Corp., Chief Operating Officer Steven Rendle said according to MarketWatch that white Vans sales “saw 100 percent sell-through in retail, direct-to-consumer and wholesale channels.”

“The national media attention the brand received is a wild demonstration of how creative expression, youth culture and loyalty can conspire to cause a phenomenon,” he said.

Although Vans total revenue was down 1 percent in quarter one, there was a mid-single digit percentage increase in the Americas.

The two California teens who created the video, Josh Holz and Daniel Lara, were featured on The Ellen DeGeneres Show where they received a lifetime supply of Vans sneakers.


Damn Daniel

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Family Handouts/U.S. Coast Guard (WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.) -- Apple will analyze the recovered iPhone that may hold the key to what happened last summer when two Florida teens disappeared on a boating trip, according to an agreement reached by the teens' parents in court Friday.

The recovered iPhone belonged to 14-year-old Austin Stephanos, who went missing while on a boat trip with Perry Cohen, also 14, in July. The Coast Guard led an eight-day search in the Atlantic, covering 50,000 nautical miles. The boys' bodies were never found.

But Austin's iPhone was on board when the boys' boat was recovered last month about 100 miles off the coast of Bermuda.

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conversation Commission gave the recovered iPhone to Austin’s father, Blu Stephanos, but Perry's mother, Pam Cohen, took the issue to court, fighting to hand the phone over to experts.

At Friday's emergency hearing, an attorney for the Stephanos family said, "Apple has already agreed to take in the phone" and analyze it for answers.

The phone will be sent to Apple to be analyzed and all evidence will be sealed and sent back to court, according to the agreement reached this afternoon. Apple declined to comment.

Cohen called for today's emergency hearing after filing a civil lawsuit, demanding to know why Florida Fish and Wildlife officers gave the phone to Austin's father instead of experts, according to ABC News affiliate WPBF-TV.

An injunction signed by Cohen Sunday said: "the Plaintiff believes the information on Austin’s iPhone must be collected by technology experts who have the expertise required to extract such data without unnecessary risks of losing such information inadvertently or due to inexperience in such highly technical matters."

Cohen's lawyer said at the hearing Friday that "a mother has the legal right ... to exhaust all legal possibilities," and that Cohen is entitled to information about what happened on the boat.

Stephanos' attorney stressed Friday that his client was "going to take every means necessary to have that phone forensically analyzed."

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Rolls-Royce(NEW YORK) -- Rolls-Royce owners now have the luxury of matching their luggage with their vehicle.

The automaker has unveiled the Wraith Luggage Collection, a nearly $46,000 luggage set meant to "complement" the Rolls-Royce Wraith.

"As the world leader in the art of true luxury conveyance, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has extended its expertise to design a suite of elegant luggage to complement Wraith, the most powerful Rolls-Royce ever created," the automaker said in a statement.

The six-piece collection, designed by Rolls-Royce Bespoke Design Studio, includes a "Garment Carrier," two "Grand Tourer" valises, and three "Long Weekender" bags.

According to Rolls-Royce, experts "accustomed to handling discerning individuals’ luggage" were brought in to assist the design team.

"The design team conversed with Head Butlers from some of the world’s most illustrious hotels, who offered insight into the interaction between guests and their belongings," Rolls-Royce said. "Luggage is not only seen as an expression of style, but also as a wardrobe from home, increasingly important as entrepreneurs and captains of industry adopt a more transient lifestyle."

Buyers can choose between a mono or two-tone leather finish, hand-stitched "using the same colour thread as featured in the owner's motor car and lined with a monogrammed lining discreetly featuring the Rolls-Royce emblem."

The Wraith Luggage Collection can be yours for $45,854, but if you're not in love with the set, you can purchase pieces separately.

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Chris Jackson/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Governments are asking Facebook for more data than ever before, according to the company's bi-annual Global Government Requests report.

"Overall, we continue to see an increase globally in government requests for user data and content restrictions pursuant to local law," Chris Sonderby, Facebook's deputy general counsel said in a blog post.

Global government requests for account data increased by 12 percent in the second half of 2015 -- from 41,214 requests to 46,763. Facebook is also including non-disclosure orders in the report and said approximately 60 percent of the requests the company received from law enforcement in the United States contained provisions that prohibited Facebook from notifying a user.

"As we have emphasized many times, Facebook does not provide any government with 'back doors' or direct access to people’s data," Sonderby wrote. "We scrutinize each request for user data we receive for legal sufficiency, no matter which country is making the request. If a request appears to be deficient or overly broad, we push back hard and will fight in court, if necessary."

Facebook received "0 to 499" requests relating to national security in the United States, according to the report, which adds the company is bound to report this data in bands of 500. They received 19,235 total requests in the United States.

Facebook produced at least some user data in more than 81 percent of the cases where the U.S. government made a request.

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Justin Sullivan/Getty Images(FERGUSON, Mo.) -- Starbucks has opened its first store in Ferguson, Missouri, as part of a national push to help lower-income communities.

In a statement, Starbucks said it was planning "to provide local jobs, create training opportunities for youth, and support efforts to rebuild and revitalize communities" in at least 15 other new locations in low-to-medium-income communities in the U.S. by 2018.

“We have always seen investments in the communities where Starbucks partners live and serve as investments in our business and brand," said Rodney Hines, Starbucks director of Community Investments for U.S. Retail Operations, in a statement. "As we got to know the Ferguson community over the last year, we heard incredible stories of strength, empathy and understanding. We also heard loud and clear the need for business leadership and investment in the form of new jobs and training opportunities, particularly for young people."

Ferguson Mayor James Knowles III said the city was "grateful to Starbucks."

"The City of Ferguson and the greater North County region have both obstacles to overcome, but also great potential," he said. "Starbucks has shown their commitment to this region by helping our young people with much needed job training, as well as their commitment to the greater business community by partnering with local entrepreneurs to deliver great services and products to our citizens."

The new store will be located at West Florissant and Somerset in Ferguson, and will feature both a café and drive-thru. According to Starbucks, 30 employees have been hired with most being from the Ferguson or greater St. Louis areas.

In 2014, Ferguson made headlines after the police shooting death of Michael Brown, which sparked tensions between the community and police, and led to mass protests.

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Google(NEW YORK) -- Google will once again live-stream the Republican National Convention and provide a host of services, despite pressure from activists to pull out of the convention.

Representatives from groups such as CREDO Action and UltraViolet Action are running petitions urging Google to end its participation.

"Plain and simple - Donald Trump, the prospective Republican Party nominee, has lobbed racist, sexist and xenophobic attacks against entire groups of people, encouraged violence and vitriol against his political enemies and perpetuated a culture of violence against women throughout his campaign," said Karin Roland, chief campaigns officer for UltraViolet action, a women's activist group. "We are saddened to see Google not only eagerly align themselves with these values, but to actively work to promote them via their live-stream capabilities."

Google will live-stream the July 18-21 convention as it did four years ago. Google's participation is said to be nonpartisan and similar to that of a media partner. The search giant will also provide information, such as Google Trends and real-time updates, as the convention takes place. It was not immediately known whether Google will do the same at the Democratic convention, although the company has had a presence there in years past.

Other companies have also been under fire for their role in supporting the GOP convention. Companies typically partner with conventions to provide support or to publicize their brand. The New York Times reported in March that Coca-Cola had scaled back its support of the convention compared to the company's contribution in 2012.

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moodboard/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- American consumers dipped into their pockets a bit more last month.

Consumer spending rose 0.1 percent in March, the Commerce Department reported on Friday, following a recent string of lackluster months. Americans mostly bought nondurable items, like clothing and food, offsetting a drop in spending on cars and other long-lasting goods.

Incomes, meanwhile, shot up 0.4 percent last month.

The increase in income and small gain in spending led to a jump in the rate of personal saving to its highest level in a year. Economists hope consumers will put those savings to work in coming months.

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Keith Beaty/Toronto Star via Getty Images(NORWALK, Conn.) -- The Chief Executive Officer of the Priceline Group Darren Huston has resigned from the company.

A statement released by Priceline Thursday says Huston resigned after an investigation conducted by independent members of the Board of Directors into a personal relationship that Huston had with an employee of the company who did not work directly under him.

The outcome of the invstigation showed that Huston had not followed the company's code of conduct. Huston acknowledged his actions and expressed his deepest regret.

"I am satisfied with the Board's thorough review of this issue," James M. Guyette, Lead Independent Director, said. "The performance of the business under Darren has been strong, and the company is very well-positioned to continue executing on its strategy for growth.  Jeff is deeply familiar with the company's strategy and leadership team, which consists of highly accomplished entrepreneurs and seasoned professional executives with long-tenure in the business.  We are confident the company is in strong hands while we conduct a search for a new CEO."

According to the statement, Priceline appointed former CEO and current chariman Jeffery H. Boyd as Huston's temporary replacement while the board works to find Huston's successor.

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The BBC reports the increasing sales of Kindle reading devices and Fire tablet computers led to Amazon's extrememly successful start to the year.

The sales and profits exceeded analysts' expectations.

According to the BBC, investors are breathing a sigh of relief at the positive news from Amazon in the wake of disappointing earnings from other tech companies like Apple and Microsoft.

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Hemera/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Wedding season is upon us, which means it’s time to start thinking about the best gifts for the bride and groom.

Good Housekeeping Institute’s chief technologist Rachel Rothman joined Good Morning America's "Wide World of Weddings" live stream to help our viewers create the ultimate registry guide of must-have items for the home.

Rothman’s Tips on How to Best Build a Registry:

Stay true to yourself: Don’t feel obligated to register for things you know you won’t use. But do think ahead. It’s likely your family and needs will grow.

Make sure to register for more items than people you’re inviting: It will give them more flexibility when picking a gift. Also, make sure you hit a lot of varied price points. You want to have plenty of items priced under $50 (sometimes friends or colleagues who are not attending may want to get you a smaller trinket). And register at two to four venues to likewise give guests multiple choices.

Go to the store if you can: There are some items you’ll want to touch and feel before deciding if they're the ones you’ll want. Utensils are a good example of that.

Scope out the stores you want to register at: Make sure their gift-buying process will suit your crowd (How many physical locations? Can guests order by phone and online?) and see what perks they may offer (Example: a completion program that will offer a 10 to 15 percent discount on fulfillment of items not selected).

Browse registries of peer newlyweds:
You can see what other guests bought (or didn’t) so you’ll get a general idea of things you may want to stay away from. It may also help spark some ideas for your own!

Keep track of your gifts: Some registries offer online tools for managing it, but I personally found maintaining my own to be far simpler.

Rothman’s Top Wedding Gifts to Register for:

Mixer: KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer, $430 Nothing beats this kitchen staple for mixing cakes or kneading loaves, which also has optional attachments like a pasta maker, an ice cream freezer, and even a spiralizer. Note: You don’t need a stand mixer if you only dabble in baking. If you do a lot, it’s indispensable.

Dutch Oven: Le Creuset Round Dutch Oven, 4 ½ Quarts, $290 Made of enameled cast iron, it’s the perfect go-to for soups, pot roasts and even no-knead bread! It’s beautiful and practical and can take you from stove top into oven to a table.

Knives: Wüsthof Classic, from $50 Big knife blocks look impressive, but all anyone really needs is a general-purpose knife like a chef’s/cook’s knife (or the Japanese type, a Santoku); a serrated bread slicer; and a parer. These earned top marks for sharpness and for feeling like an extension of the hand. Note: Most important thing when buying knives is to physically hold in your hand first -– comfort is paramount.

Wine Glasses: Riedel O Wine Tumblers, $30 for 2 Perfect for casual entertaining, these stemless wine glasses are perfect for any type of wine from chardonnay to pinot noir. The best part? These are dishwasher safe. Note: You’ll notice a difference if you don’t use the glass for the type of wine it was designed for.

Trash Can: SimpleHuman 45-Litre Rectangular Step Can with Liner Pocket, $130 When you’re talking trash, SimpleHuman’s stylish workhorse is at the top of the heap. Extra bags can be tucked into its back pocket so you can each inside to grab a fresh one. Rothman loves its soft-close lid, drip tray and fingerprint-proof finish for easy cleaning.

Genius Speaker: Jammbox, $130 With this in your purse, you can have a dance party wherever you are. Listening to Beyoncé on the beach and your phone rings? Answer with the built-in Bluetooth speakerphone! It’s also great around the house, since you can easily carry it from room to room.

Top Towels: JCPenney Royal Velvet Egyptian Cotton Bath Towels, $18 These Green Good Housekeeping Seal holder ultra-plush towels offer great absorbency and color retention.

Vacuum: Dyson V6 Absolute, $600 This cord-free Good Housekeeping Seal holder is a perfect combo hand and stick vac with two-brush heads and multiple tools that make it a cinch to clean carpet, bare floors, and stairs. Uprights are best for homes that are mostly carpeted, while canisters excel on stairs and mixed flooring. Select one with a power nozzle brush that can be switched on to deep-clean carpets and off for bare floors. Combo stick and hand vacs are great for quick cleanups. Look for long run time and easy storage. Compact models are ideal for small spaces. Allergies? Opt for a model with a bag (vs. a bagless one) and a HEPA filter.

Coffee Maker: Nespresso Evoluo Deluxe Coffemaker, $250 Get the gift of perfect coffee every time. With the Nespresso, there’s no risk of error or long wait time. It’s super-easy to use: Add water, pop in a capsule and press; the machine figures out the rest.

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iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- U.S. stocks ended mostly in the red Thursday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average having its worst day in over two months. This comes after Apple Inc. extended its losing streak. The broader market collapsed under the weight of weak corporate earnings and disappointing data.

The Dow dropped 210.79 (1.17 percent) to close at 17,830.76

Nasdaq lost 57.85 (1.19 percent) finishing up the day at 4,805.29, while the S&P plummeted 19.34 (0.92 percent) closing at 2,075.81.

Crude Oil went up just 0.32 (0.71 percent) with prices at $45.65 a barrel.

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