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From @WSJopinion: As long as seniors and essential workers are immunized, deaths will drop and life can resume, wri…“On the northern border, the best we can hope for is to achieve a stalemate. But at sea, we have an advantage over… washerwoman turned teacher turned insurance agent, Maggie Lena Walker became the first Black woman ever to run a… Yoshida discusses the PlayStation maker’s "American" comeback, videogames he loves to play and the reason… CEO Mike Wirth said equal opportunity in the workplace is "always a work in progress. There's never a finis…'s aging car fleet is huge and will soon start needing significant repairs. Chinese tech companies want a slic… companies sourcing goods from China’s far western Xinjiang region have long turned to auditing firms to spo… details about an Australian investigation of possible Chinese interference in domestic affairs have shed light… some coronavirus tests take up to seven days—and cost $300—a tech billionaire says he has a faster answer. It… second Trump administration is bound to rely heavily on tariffs, which the Biden camp says the president has misu… surveyed thousands of consumers over the summer, many of whom said the term “uncle” was pejorative and that th… companies say they can't afford indefinite halts to shut-offs without raising prices for all customers, eve… @WSJOpinion: Amy Coney Barrett and the history of anti-Catholic bigotry, by @DrDominicGreen new nonprofit advocacy group formed by Spotify and the makers of “Fortnite” and Tinder says most app stores colle… designer Paul Smith, who’s celebrating a half century in business, talks about the tectonic shifts in fashi… furniture? Go “stooping” for it on Instagram, where people moving out of cities during the pandemic list gems… @WSJopinion: An originalist legal culture would revive America’s common creed and take the edge off political… his new book "This Isn't Happening,” critic Steven Hyden tells the story of "Kid A," Radiohead's polarizing, car… is looking to TikTok to establish its cloud reputation. But is it worth it? @djtgallagher explains.… three online tools promise to help untangle all the new and ever-changing rules and restrictions in the U.S.…’s collateral damage: More Americans are dying from heart attacks and other health issues @WSJOpinion: What kind of judge is Amy Coney Barrett? ask @DavidRivkin and @andrewmgrossman of the biggest luxury fashion brands are gingerly stepping back on to Europe’s catwalks, deciding that front-r…
If confirmed to the Supreme Court, Amy Coney Barrett could culminate a decadeslong quest to ensure a conservative i… expert Gail Simmons talks to @VeronicaDagher about how remaining flexible throughout her career has helped he…“Where I come from we weren’t tricked into believing we had rights.” Trevor Noah isn’t kidding around about police… @WSJopinion: Covid cases spike on college campuses but with very few hospitalizations, writes The Editorial Bo… Energy and WPX Energy are in talks to combine, people familiar with the matter said, a move that could help t… government reviewer who examined Bolton's book for classified information described unprecedented White House i… Coney Barrett has been a federal appeals-court judge, taught at Notre Dame Law School and once clerked for Just… Trump nominated Amy Coney Barrett for the Supreme Court. Here's what her confirmation would mean for the… live as President Trump is expected to name Amy Coney Barrett as his Supreme Court nominee at the White House rolled out an array of devices, including a security drone with a camera that only turns on when it’s flying… seem to be driving defensively despite AutoZone’s impressive growth. @WSJheard explains why they may be t… are rushing to get more living space as the pandemic continues. But many potential sellers are keeping their… @WSJbooks: In the fourth novel set in the world of "Gilead," Marilynne Robinson tells a love story with echoes… the middle of a pandemic, more young people want to become doctors. The rise in applications to U.S. medical sch… York state reported more than 1,000 new coronavirus cases in a single day for the first time since early June,… companies might encourage employees to reply to work messages with GIFs or emoji. For others, the culture may… sudden switch to remote learning has greatly benefited Chegg’s growth potential. @JinjLee explains why it’s her s… can leave some people with signs of heart inflammation and injury months after getting sick, even in relat… featured on Amazon: ads for some of its biggest device competitors“If my dad can run a whole business just from sitting in his chair, I think I can do it, too.” What our daughters a…“I’m getting my work done, and so are my colleagues.” CEOs have seen enough to judge whether remote work is working… of your own four walls? These people have become digital nomads during the pandemic, working remotely from Haw… are racing to make their public transit systems safe, and some of the newly implemented changes will also af…“I apologize for making an insensitive comment reflecting my own unconscious bias,” Wells Fargo CEO Charlie Scharf…, air purifiers, open windows: Experts advise on the best ways to improve the air quality inside your home host of companies, including Facebook, Spotify and Epic Games, are challenging the way Apple runs its App Store U.S. usually leads in Olympic team size and medals. Heading into Tokyo 2021, it’s also a leader in Covid-19 inf… @WSJopinion: The Heritage Foundation’s president on the racial progress she’s experienced, the problems that r… president is expected to unveil his pick to replace the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Sat… reopened schools are taking children’s temperatures each day. But experts increasingly say a fever isn’t a goo… pandemic is wreaking havoc on white-collar workers who are deep in debt. “There’s a professional workforce that… grand jury’s decision in the Breonna Taylor case is spotlighting Daniel Cameron, Kentucky’s first Black attorne… and its partners are heading into what could be a pivotal weekend with a multipart strategy to avert a fast-… for debate night? We are! ❤ this tweet to be reminded to watch it LIVE with @WSJ. Follow along to get exper… you stick with your current occupation, or start a new career? @KathrynDill has tips from experts.… Commerce Department has told U.S. computer-chip companies that they must obtain licenses before exporting certa… was a rare European country to bring daily new Covid-19 cases to zero back in May. Now it has become an exa… those who made the cut were an applicant who babysat for the colleague of the former admissions director and… are rising for things people need in the pandemic, even if the overall inflation number remains subdued out world: The robots have conquered curling. outbreak pushes world’s most unequal society “over the tipping point” everyone in California drives an electric vehicle, will there be enough juice? @WSJopinion: It would be silly to idealize the old journalism, but the work subdued the ego of the reporter, i… a look at the front page of today's Wall Street Journal future of office fashion might remain foggy for a while. We answer seven back-to-work menswear questions that c… U.S. usually leads in Olympic medals and Olympic team size. Heading into Tokyo 2021, it’s also a leader in Covi… world’s most popular beverage is becoming more expensive Covid-19 eviscerates the travel business, airlines are swapping seats for freight space Korea appears to have cracked the code for managing Covid-19. Its solution is straightforward, flexible and r…“We must do everything to avoid a new Cold War,” United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres said @WSJopinion: Democrats should take a cue from Britain’s Labour Party: Take what voters said in 2016 seriously… The front porch is proving its value as a place to interact with neighbors while maintaining social distanci…'s an early look at the front page of The Wall Street Journal's weekend edition from the pandemic's destruction: A million new businesses’s impressive rebound may be hard to keep up and investors’ enthusiasm may slip. @WSJheard explains.… diplomatic challenges inherited by Yoshihide Suga from former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe are thornier than manag… federal appellate panel appeared skeptical of President Trump's claims that Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Van… The familiar labels for the entrenched extremes on abortion fail to capture the views of most Americans, whi… Trump administration asked a federal judge to allow a proposed ban on WeChat to proceed, as the legal battle ov… is preparing to file for bankruptcy, setting up a potential battle with state and local governments ov… battle to fill the Supreme Court vacancy could be propitious for Sen. Lindsey Graham, who faces a tough race ag… @WSJopinion: Democrats would rather scare voters with the possibility that Roe v. Wade could be overturned tha… holders, beware: A surprising change to your 2020 tax form is about to strip away excuses for ignori… best Apple Watch for you isn’t Apple’s best watch, says our columnist. You should probably skip the Series 6 an…“The basic ideas and ideals that I hold, as a conservative, haven’t had as important a place in American education… than 10% of U.S. adults had antibodies for the virus causing Covid-19 through July based on a study of more th…“People have been staring at their kitchens or bathrooms or living rooms for six months." The whitewashed look that… Korea has averaged about 77 new Covid-19 cases a day​ since April​, a fraction of the U.S. Here’s how they di… Airlines said in a filing Friday that it has come to terms with the Treasury for a $5.5 billion term loan… lockdown in Chicago, writer Gillian Flynn is showrunning a new TV series called “Utopia,” finishing a long-awa…
In March, we began talking to people about how the coronavirus was reshaping their lives. Six months into the pande… Judge Amy Coney Barrett, President Trump’s expected Supreme Court pick, has shared — in her own words — how… @WSJopinion: A second wave of originalist judges would gradually change the way lawyers behave and help to bri… robot revolution was already on its way, but the desire to minimize in-person work has led to an increase in au… SEC awarded $1.8 million to a whistleblower whose tip helped the regulator conduct an investigation that led to… network of influential conservative groups is preparing to spend more than $20 million in support of the presiden… President Trump told congressional Republicans and others he plans to nominate Amy Coney Barrett to the S…