This week's international cover (Courtesy TIME)

TIME asked its global network of editors and correspondents to nominate "Genius Companies," with winners chosen based on originality, influence, success and ambition.

Among the highlights: Amazon: “disrupts nearly ­everything it tackles"; Domino’s: “Hotspots cover more than 150,000 outdoor locations that lack traditional street addresses"; Oculus: “nudging virtual reality mainstream"; Netflix: “ launched the streaming revolution and turned viewers into binge watchers"; Bumble: “heterosexual connections must be initiated by women, which supporters say reduces harassment." Fenty Beauty: "Makeup enthusiasts rejoiced, not only over the products but also for how Fenty featured women of color in its advertising."

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Updated 7 mins ago - Politics & Policy

Coronavirus dashboard

Illustration: Sarah Grillo/Axios

  1. Global: Total confirmed cases as of 8 p.m. ET: 10,644,064 — Total deaths: 514,527 — Total recoveries — 5,426,842Map.
  2. U.S.: Total confirmed cases as of 8 p.m. ET: 2,682,270 — Total deaths: 127,970 — Total recoveries: 729,994 — Total tested: 32,740,322Map.
  3. Federal government: Trump says he still thinks coronavirus will "just disappear" at some point, supports another round of direct payments to Americans.
  4. Public health: Thanks to coronavirus, your home is now your gymFormer FDA chief says 500,000 Americans may be contracting coronavirus a day.
  5. States: Georgia and Arizona report record new coronavirus cases — California shuts down bars and indoor dining for most residents.
  6. 1 ⚽️ thing: 6 players test positive for coronavirus before MLS comeback tournament.
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Hong Kong's fate is the future of globalism

Andrew Wan, a pro-democracy legislator, is arrested during a protest in Hong Kong, July 1. Photo: Yat Kai Yeung/NurPhoto via Getty Images

A new security law in Hong Kong is the latest blow to a globalist vision of the free movement of people, ideas and capital.

Why it matters: The law all but eliminates the civil rights that people in Hong Kong have exercised for years. But it also points the way to a more dangerous and divided world that will be increasingly defined by borders and nationality.

McEnany: "Right decision" not to brief Trump on Russian bounty intelligence

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said Wednesday that the career CIA officer who chose not to verbally brief President Trump on the intelligence about alleged Russian bounties made "the right decision."

Driving the news: National security adviser Robert O'Brien told Fox News earlier Wednesday that "once the U.S. received raw intelligence on the Russian bounties, U.S. and coalition forces were made aware even though the intelligence wasn't verified."