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Larry King, a talk-show host whose soft style of questioning landed him high-profile interviews with world leaders,… https://t.co/KbuQGxHI2PCompanies are taking extraordinary measures to keep production lines running—like sending senior executives to the… https://t.co/GR7bk59mGcThousands of people across Russia took to the streets in support of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny, in wha… https://t.co/YFWlQlFyeLPeople are dying at the fastest pace in years because of the coronavirus. That has prompted a revamp in the way dea… https://t.co/ddIktgKjUaFrom @WSJopinion: The great theme of the Trump years, the one historians will note a century from now, was the fail… https://t.co/fSg9ZkOjVZMany people didn’t think about expenses when adopting a dog. Here’s what you can expect to spend—and how you can ke… https://t.co/Mrom76ckwsNew laws relaxing regulations on tiny home construction in West Coast states such as California and Oregon have hel… https://t.co/3TZitDX69NExecutives are getting fed up over the vaccine rollout. A few came up with their own plans. https://t.co/uJ7MYjeC28London's historic financial center will remove statues of two merchants who profited from slavery after the Black L… https://t.co/KI05MevvPNTake a look at the front page of today's Wall Street Journal https://t.co/8rPjeaIDMY https://t.co/LIk1wdE4MLResearchers warn that the new variant might spread faster and could reduce the efficacy of vaccines. Here's what we… https://t.co/bP2KArYVAsMillennials are drafting prenuptial agreements that cover the new economic and social landscape—including rising st… https://t.co/9HfCHv3M22Big vacation rental sites can easily overwhelm prospective renters. These five smaller alternatives are regionally… https://t.co/df65za9G6hIn New Orleans, Mardi Gras parades are canceled this year. So people are turning their houses into floats and throw… https://t.co/ZwpzyemVqKNBCUniversal is shutting down its sports cable channel NBCSN at the end of the year and migrating much of its progr… https://t.co/hbMHhAjptLThe WHO says the measures people and governments are taking to prevent the spread of Covid-19, such as wearing mask… https://t.co/kQESphjUNLFrom @WSJopinion: Left-wing rioters rampaged in the streets of Portland and Seattle on Wednesday, no matter Joe Bid… https://t.co/ZC9yLyj3wTToday's smart, wirelessly connected robots have the potential to sideline vastly more workers than industrial-manuf… https://t.co/42kFtIXjKVNourishing, boldly spiced and rich in whole grains, the cuisines of Africa are catching the attention of more cooks… https://t.co/UMC7Tu6NXOHere's an early look at the front page of The Wall Street Journal's weekend edition https://t.co/ebkDQbxinM https://t.co/HFRR1g9QFU"If you don't have your own SPAC, you're nobody." How blank-check firms became the hottest thing in finance. https://t.co/9KnaPQmeSaNearly 200 members of the National Guard deployed to Washington in the days leading up to this week's presidential… https://t.co/ZtWe6EW12GFrom @WSJopinion: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo tells the federal government to bail him out or he’ll punish New Yorke… https://t.co/rjBvuAl2vEGoogle's parent company is ending a project that sent balloons into the stratosphere to provide internet access in… https://t.co/CJTXPBEXnUA crop glut that battered American farmers is subsiding, fueling an unexpected recovery in the Farm Belt https://t.co/Zzoy9u2oZYFor all the love and companionship that dogs provide—think of all the locked-down people who have adopted them duri… https://t.co/VoByZMjWf2Vibrant homes are common in cities like New Orleans and San Francisco, but social media has given candy-colored pro… https://t.co/42MvnqjU53The hybrid Ford F-150 truck features a Pro Power Onboard system that feeds a panel of outlets in the cargo bed—and… https://t.co/Ky6QJo7QkvThe Biden administration is expected to review existing economic sanctions for possible relief to help with the glo… https://t.co/PFk6jFLYWBFrom @WSJopinion: Democrats won’t agree not to break the filibuster rule in the Senate. This procedural radicalism… https://t.co/T6hx9uKuqOThe chances of a team playing in the Super Bowl at its home stadium are low. The chances that it never happened bef… https://t.co/Kx1uKhiP99“You can cancel the parades, but you can’t cancel Mardi Gras.” People in New Orleans are decorating their houses li… https://t.co/QfkUeApvxoSamsung is considering an investment of as much as $17 billion to build a chip-making factory in Arizona, Texas or… https://t.co/YRoCnRBJjgDoorDash’s first-ever Super Bowl ad stars Daveed Diggs and "Sesame Street" characters. It kicks off an expansive ma… https://t.co/9CTVwN3Ia2“The Bachelor” creator Mike Fleiss is asking double what he paid Julia Roberts for the two-acre oceanfront property… https://t.co/GgTtzhP2ZeConstruction of tiny houses—often measuring no more than 350 square feet and built mostly in suburban backyards or… https://t.co/gTQqPxcEjtUnited Airlines wants to require its workers to get Covid-19 vaccines, CEO Scott Kirby told employees, becoming one… https://t.co/wtsVuUGvESIsrael has given Covid-19 inoculations to nearly 30% of its population in a little more than a month, in the world’… https://t.co/FOFaYbs2fYTexas sued the Biden administration in federal court in Texas over its decision to pause most deportations for 100… https://t.co/IZIFBA5MciIn Wuhan, the original center of the coronavirus pandemic, anger at China's Covid-19 response still simmers to the… https://t.co/WUGnemspV6President Biden has moved to rejoin the Paris Climate Accord. @DanMichaelsWSJ explains what the decision means for… https://t.co/VJIWEAto9O
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From @WSJopinion: With Joe Biden’s day one dismissal of the CFPB director and NLRB general counsel, Democrats sudde… https://t.co/kx6XzrPUzi🎧 Listen: In today's episode of The Journal podcast, @PeterGrantwsj talks to people in his Brooklyn neighborhood wh… https://t.co/HwQjcZk9mgA 20% rise in the price of cobalt—a key ingredient in car batteries—since the beginning of the year shows how the r… https://t.co/qesAyqkWvRSenate Majority Leader Schumer laid out a timeline that would start Trump's impeachment trial the week of Feb. 8 https://t.co/oHoxrowS3eIBM, whose shares have declined steadily since peaking in 2013, slid 9.9% Friday after reporting a drop in sales fo… https://t.co/Jp0jIYxYZlPresident Biden signed an executive order Friday aimed at swiftly delivering more relief to low-income families and… https://t.co/5CNuYGH4aIIn a new document made public Friday, the nation’s top military intelligence agency acknowledged monitoring the loc… https://t.co/0QYmcr8IiLMorgan Stanley paid CEO James Gorman $33 million for his work in 2020, a 22% raise for a year in which the firm gen… https://t.co/trZLieIp45The president has taken more than two dozen executive actions, prompting cheers from Democrats and frustration from… https://t.co/KkGgnF1Pf5Health experts say there is some reason for cautious optimism on the Covid-19 pandemic as the number of cases and h… https://t.co/FSBUtadXIKU.S. health authorities said it is OK to delay second doses of Covid-19 vaccines up to six weeks after the first in… https://t.co/OCSqjTjjYcMore than four years after a fire at an underground concert venue known as Ghost Ship killed 36 people, the man who… https://t.co/VhPlLzksHDAstraZeneca told EU officials that fewer doses of its Covid-19 vaccine will be ready for the bloc’s planned rollout… https://t.co/TBZmVH1t6JIn New Orleans, Mardi Gras parades are canceled this year. So people are turning their houses into floats and throw… https://t.co/td9Zegl4krFrom @WSJopinion: The “unity” lasted all of a couple of minutes. Then, hours after President Biden pledged in his i… https://t.co/9sSBmIvX8vJudging from oil-field services companies’ results this week, they are walking the walk, not just talking the talk.… https://t.co/gEu1EN1q28Nearly 200 members of the National Guard deployed to Washington in the days leading up to this week's presidential… https://t.co/tq51vOfPNVThe Justice Department is considering an amnesty program under which U.S. academics could disclose past foreign fun… https://t.co/GplpzEB7PZKeeping track of small expenses can be difficult, but here's where to start. @amberbburton reports. #WSJWhatsNowhttps://t.co/UFRhsJOfvcNBCUniversal is shutting down its sports cable channel NBCSN at the end of the year and migrating much of its progr… https://t.co/Bx0Gw7eaxAPresident Biden has directed the intelligence community to assess the threat of domestic extremism and develop ways… https://t.co/NZ5G2dgjVxChina is seeking a meeting of its top diplomat with senior Biden aides to explore a summit between the two nations’… https://t.co/0dH92p6DAOWhat happens when you combine a quarterback with a rocket arm and one of the NFL's best deep ball receivers? Josh A… https://t.co/idNyXf57TK#WSJWhatsNow: Investors tuned into Netflix stock, while the price of Bitcoin fell. @GunjanJS breaks down this week’… https://t.co/s3tKPPJfKFTexas is threatening to sue the Biden administration over its decision to pause most deportations for 100 days https://t.co/cGGKYfu716Amid the pandemic, many donors have removed restrictions on donations so that recipient organizations have more fle… https://t.co/zpccG2PDC2Amazon is seeking to postpone a unionization vote at a warehouse in Alabama and is asking federal labor authorities… https://t.co/pnI5qs4LxdNewly reported Covid-19 cases in the U.S. edged upward from a day earlier, but deaths and hospitalizations both dec… https://t.co/poGu5ALKFHThe U.K. coronavirus variant may be more deadly than previous versions of the pathogen, British officials said https://t.co/HyEGHcXnep“We are very angry”: One year on, many citizens of Wuhan remain openly skeptical about the government’s handling of… https://t.co/ITfDKikuitFrom @WSJopinion: If reasonable Republicans want to hold off the far left, they will have to stop the rise of the f… https://t.co/pJmuwWAbUMMany consumer habits that formed during the coronavirus pandemic are here to stay, @ellenbyron reports #WSJWhatsNowhttps://t.co/WGto3eojSCPresident Biden’s plan to use the Defense Production Act to boost the Covid-19 vaccination effort isn’t likely to e… https://t.co/HST5t03kDP"This shows people still believe in fashion." How emerging designers, from Sergio Hudson to Batsheva Hay, stole the… https://t.co/RKBnjuam61In 2020, China rose to the challenge of Covid-19 and economic crisis while the U.S. flailed. Can the prestige of Am… https://t.co/vRJSGEIIcJHank Aaron, the prodigious slugger and reluctant civil-rights icon whose 755 home runs stood as the MLB record for… https://t.co/vNJnxvh4ifLloyd Austin becomes the first Black defense secretary. The Senate confirmed the retired Army general in a 93-2 vot… https://t.co/ytzpZDJcBcWashington officials said that out-of-state National Guard members are beginning to go home. But the city will main… https://t.co/v9xMGhpWKoSenate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has told him the article of impeachment agains… https://t.co/lS1iguHdHkSales of previously owned homes rose in 2020 to the highest level in 14 years, as low interest rates and remote wor… https://t.co/UaN6LPWGAhInitial public offerings from so-called blank-check companies gave a boost to banks’ stock-selling operations in 20… https://t.co/rTulZQrddLAt a time when men are playing higher-profile supporting roles as more women enter Congress and the highest levels… https://t.co/r9ihheDGNwFrom @WSJopinion: After an exhausting four years, a relatively normal inauguration offers hope that better days are… https://t.co/v0XpSu7qg7How long will it take to vaccinate most people in the U.S.? The goal might not be reached until 2022, based on the… https://t.co/4zfHhgCQxWAfter years of shunning two of the largest U.S. car companies, investors are finally starting to kick the tires on… https://t.co/hGV1gKWUlSPublic companies have been taking advantage of a hot stock market by issuing shares at record pace in January https://t.co/QUwRlVXyhvIn wake of Black Lives Matter movement, London’s historic financial center to remove statues of two merchants who p… https://t.co/xSEEVJNGapU.S. testing capacity has improved, but nearly 20% of counties, or more than seven million people, lack a single si… https://t.co/oa8YlaS5OfDr. Anthony Fauci returned into the spotlight Thursday, saying that working for the Biden administration was “a lib… https://t.co/KoOz05SetIDozens face criminal complaints in Thailand, accused of insulting the king https://t.co/K7js50ZAse?Researchers warn that the new variant might spread faster and could reduce the efficacy of vaccines. Here's what we… https://t.co/skzjTDRT4IA year after the first U.S. case was reported, coronavirus testing is uneven, case counts are too low and deaths ta… https://t.co/PnO13wsEUcGoogle threatened to shut down its search engine in Australia over a proposed law requiring tech giants to pay publ… https://t.co/vFPfiUFNDRNew research has increased worries that the immune response triggered by a Covid-19 infection or vaccination may be… https://t.co/FwXqRSmpZOGojo Industries, the family-owned maker of Purell hand sanitizer, has added a factory and warehouse and restructure… https://t.co/l5yUElNzhWTiny homes, rentable for about the price of a traditional apartment unit of the same size, are being built fast https://t.co/H5ytysTOtJPresident Biden’s success in achieving his biggest policy objectives will depend in large part on his success in co… https://t.co/nfNzYDFM4cPresident Biden will keep Christopher Wray in place as FBI director, providing stability atop the agency as the new… https://t.co/GpcC0jyTZnGoogle said it would have no real choice but to shut down its search engine in Australia if a proposed law requirin… https://t.co/cwwrni4UXf
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