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From @WSJopinion: As long as seniors and essential workers are immunized, deaths will drop and life can resume, wri… https://t.co/aGHlwzWUqr“On the northern border, the best we can hope for is to achieve a stalemate. But at sea, we have an advantage over… https://t.co/WqxQ81LckXA washerwoman turned teacher turned insurance agent, Maggie Lena Walker became the first Black woman ever to run a… https://t.co/fWogoPuTxCKenichiro Yoshida discusses the PlayStation maker’s "American" comeback, videogames he loves to play and the reason… https://t.co/pJ8I85jjvpChevron CEO Mike Wirth said equal opportunity in the workplace is "always a work in progress. There's never a finis… https://t.co/56Z4F9EDvUChina's aging car fleet is huge and will soon start needing significant repairs. Chinese tech companies want a slic… https://t.co/3a4qLIiBRNWestern companies sourcing goods from China’s far western Xinjiang region have long turned to auditing firms to spo… https://t.co/BmE2a3F2AnNew details about an Australian investigation of possible Chinese interference in domestic affairs have shed light… https://t.co/riBA3TIa8wWhile some coronavirus tests take up to seven days—and cost $300—a tech billionaire says he has a faster answer. It… https://t.co/OYd1PPfNxEA second Trump administration is bound to rely heavily on tariffs, which the Biden camp says the president has misu… https://t.co/ncET0oamqFMars surveyed thousands of consumers over the summer, many of whom said the term “uncle” was pejorative and that th… https://t.co/PBNnkKInX8Utility companies say they can't afford indefinite halts to shut-offs without raising prices for all customers, eve… https://t.co/ScLa8vYcgdFrom @WSJOpinion: Amy Coney Barrett and the history of anti-Catholic bigotry, by @DrDominicGreen https://t.co/VgZVPPI2xtA new nonprofit advocacy group formed by Spotify and the makers of “Fortnite” and Tinder says most app stores colle… https://t.co/Q2cyCioxTcEnglish designer Paul Smith, who’s celebrating a half century in business, talks about the tectonic shifts in fashi… https://t.co/OdlQigiS88Need furniture? Go “stooping” for it on Instagram, where people moving out of cities during the pandemic list gems… https://t.co/lYHlgrjSzGFrom @WSJopinion: An originalist legal culture would revive America’s common creed and take the edge off political… https://t.co/X92EsBlNoJIn his new book "This Isn't Happening,” critic Steven Hyden tells the story of "Kid A," Radiohead's polarizing, car… https://t.co/IXrNWrySF3Oracle is looking to TikTok to establish its cloud reputation. But is it worth it? @djtgallagher explains.… https://t.co/ZS2PznFGSfThese three online tools promise to help untangle all the new and ever-changing rules and restrictions in the U.S.… https://t.co/WN5Tgv1smpCovid-19’s collateral damage: More Americans are dying from heart attacks and other health issues https://t.co/VqVL4bSCROFrom @WSJOpinion: What kind of judge is Amy Coney Barrett? ask @DavidRivkin and @andrewmgrossman https://t.co/y9i1FhxQcqSome of the biggest luxury fashion brands are gingerly stepping back on to Europe’s catwalks, deciding that front-r… https://t.co/zhsO1MLjr7
9/27
2020
If confirmed to the Supreme Court, Amy Coney Barrett could culminate a decadeslong quest to ensure a conservative i… https://t.co/ovdvZDuebuFood expert Gail Simmons talks to @VeronicaDagher about how remaining flexible throughout her career has helped he… https://t.co/gm7WAIHInb“Where I come from we weren’t tricked into believing we had rights.” Trevor Noah isn’t kidding around about police… https://t.co/FK2RjPJWi8From @WSJopinion: Covid cases spike on college campuses but with very few hospitalizations, writes The Editorial Bo… https://t.co/VIvSHWmW8oDevon Energy and WPX Energy are in talks to combine, people familiar with the matter said, a move that could help t… https://t.co/eUoVqDTgQxThe government reviewer who examined Bolton's book for classified information described unprecedented White House i… https://t.co/nf4eCJQFhUAmy Coney Barrett has been a federal appeals-court judge, taught at Notre Dame Law School and once clerked for Just… https://t.co/nugF9RILCUPresident Trump nominated Amy Coney Barrett for the Supreme Court. Here's what her confirmation would mean for the… https://t.co/liXfj0aCT7Watch live as President Trump is expected to name Amy Coney Barrett as his Supreme Court nominee at the White House https://t.co/bAFEClQB2XAmazon rolled out an array of devices, including a security drone with a camera that only turns on when it’s flying… https://t.co/6o6zKNtHQUInvestors seem to be driving defensively despite AutoZone’s impressive growth. @WSJheard explains why they may be t… https://t.co/VGTat00NcBBuyers are rushing to get more living space as the pandemic continues. But many potential sellers are keeping their… https://t.co/RDZxW04qOTFrom @WSJbooks: In the fourth novel set in the world of "Gilead," Marilynne Robinson tells a love story with echoes… https://t.co/K5WmI55KpoIn the middle of a pandemic, more young people want to become doctors. The rise in applications to U.S. medical sch… https://t.co/wQvbSPqBBTNew York state reported more than 1,000 new coronavirus cases in a single day for the first time since early June,… https://t.co/mCcMgmcSCvSome companies might encourage employees to reply to work messages with GIFs or emoji. For others, the culture may… https://t.co/Lrw6Cd9FtkA sudden switch to remote learning has greatly benefited Chegg’s growth potential. @JinjLee explains why it’s her s… https://t.co/aTamXdcHczCovid-19 can leave some people with signs of heart inflammation and injury months after getting sick, even in relat… https://t.co/WA1vZTYvKbNot featured on Amazon: ads for some of its biggest device competitors https://t.co/6s3WDLz2Jf“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… https://t.co/4ZUBxKggGE“I’m getting my work done, and so are my colleagues.” CEOs have seen enough to judge whether remote work is working… https://t.co/TB5rUl47LkSick of your own four walls? These people have become digital nomads during the pandemic, working remotely from Haw… https://t.co/FiOAyh9eorCities are racing to make their public transit systems safe, and some of the newly implemented changes will also af… https://t.co/OA7kXK8giK“I apologize for making an insensitive comment reflecting my own unconscious bias,” Wells Fargo CEO Charlie Scharf… https://t.co/Fn0RCOd5M2Fans, air purifiers, open windows: Experts advise on the best ways to improve the air quality inside your home https://t.co/pGIl7eUJzhA host of companies, including Facebook, Spotify and Epic Games, are challenging the way Apple runs its App Store https://t.co/ikKUJsL09RThe U.S. usually leads in Olympic team size and medals. Heading into Tokyo 2021, it’s also a leader in Covid-19 inf… https://t.co/T7BlaHlerlFrom @WSJopinion: The Heritage Foundation’s president on the racial progress she’s experienced, the problems that r… https://t.co/IOwZq5O7LaThe president is expected to unveil his pick to replace the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Sat… https://t.co/jKrTrHZYtNSome reopened schools are taking children’s temperatures each day. But experts increasingly say a fever isn’t a goo… https://t.co/mLlMo6qA4YThe pandemic is wreaking havoc on white-collar workers who are deep in debt. “There’s a professional workforce that… https://t.co/WdJqTvQktAThe grand jury’s decision in the Breonna Taylor case is spotlighting Daniel Cameron, Kentucky’s first Black attorne… https://t.co/TaWwIMEbNiTikTok and its partners are heading into what could be a pivotal weekend with a multipart strategy to avert a fast-… https://t.co/85iDu8AUBuReady for debate night? We are! ❤ this tweet to be reminded to watch it LIVE with @WSJ. Follow along to get exper… https://t.co/DZX5P3f93FShould you stick with your current occupation, or start a new career? @KathrynDill has tips from experts.… https://t.co/MKCxf2m4BDThe Commerce Department has told U.S. computer-chip companies that they must obtain licenses before exporting certa… https://t.co/FgooBctq4mCroatia was a rare European country to bring daily new Covid-19 cases to zero back in May. Now it has become an exa… https://t.co/81s6JUE5rDAmong those who made the cut were an applicant who babysat for the colleague of the former admissions director and… https://t.co/b2mSaOswciPrices are rising for things people need in the pandemic, even if the overall inflation number remains subdued https://t.co/sYof25bWbUWatch out world: The robots have conquered curling. https://t.co/PCbbtkPBhNCoronavirus outbreak pushes world’s most unequal society “over the tipping point” https://t.co/q6qDUUiOWmIf everyone in California drives an electric vehicle, will there be enough juice? https://t.co/79CvDfKhYFFrom @WSJopinion: It would be silly to idealize the old journalism, but the work subdued the ego of the reporter, i… https://t.co/QvvvwJe7nUTake a look at the front page of today's Wall Street Journal https://t.co/QGdrrLs7iF https://t.co/PIkdmDCjugThe future of office fashion might remain foggy for a while. We answer seven back-to-work menswear questions that c… https://t.co/hmgj0u6y5RThe U.S. usually leads in Olympic medals and Olympic team size. Heading into Tokyo 2021, it’s also a leader in Covi… https://t.co/UGXXfIdee3The world’s most popular beverage is becoming more expensive https://t.co/Ej0vrSFK42As Covid-19 eviscerates the travel business, airlines are swapping seats for freight space https://t.co/gvmrD5wHqQSouth Korea appears to have cracked the code for managing Covid-19. Its solution is straightforward, flexible and r… https://t.co/1n68DyO40t“We must do everything to avoid a new Cold War,” United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres said https://t.co/WRKsq6rps0From @WSJopinion: Democrats should take a cue from Britain’s Labour Party: Take what voters said in 2016 seriously… https://t.co/ELgQaBFDT3Essay: The front porch is proving its value as a place to interact with neighbors while maintaining social distanci… https://t.co/MvFavoPZmGHere's an early look at the front page of The Wall Street Journal's weekend edition https://t.co/c5No4yQ23s https://t.co/uaEdvErmTVRising from the pandemic's destruction: A million new businesses https://t.co/6Gr2mviL2iNike’s impressive rebound may be hard to keep up and investors’ enthusiasm may slip. @WSJheard explains.… https://t.co/w1CipQgNUIFew diplomatic challenges inherited by Yoshihide Suga from former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe are thornier than manag… https://t.co/1KStr6RLhgA federal appellate panel appeared skeptical of President Trump's claims that Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Van… https://t.co/DxovTduE2XEssay: The familiar labels for the entrenched extremes on abortion fail to capture the views of most Americans, whi… https://t.co/YZLaOieiJwThe Trump administration asked a federal judge to allow a proposed ban on WeChat to proceed, as the legal battle ov… https://t.co/QDapg0LWWkMallinckrodt is preparing to file for bankruptcy, setting up a potential battle with state and local governments ov… https://t.co/3kzyzDGInPThe battle to fill the Supreme Court vacancy could be propitious for Sen. Lindsey Graham, who faces a tough race ag… https://t.co/7IfyG1NPVaFrom @WSJopinion: Democrats would rather scare voters with the possibility that Roe v. Wade could be overturned tha… https://t.co/gn9pbXnOGsCryptocurrency holders, beware: A surprising change to your 2020 tax form is about to strip away excuses for ignori… https://t.co/LgYscTrGgUThe best Apple Watch for you isn’t Apple’s best watch, says our columnist. You should probably skip the Series 6 an… https://t.co/eslmh9TDn7“The basic ideas and ideals that I hold, as a conservative, haven’t had as important a place in American education… https://t.co/OXfNNei3BULess than 10% of U.S. adults had antibodies for the virus causing Covid-19 through July based on a study of more th… https://t.co/HIYmUBj5Co“People have been staring at their kitchens or bathrooms or living rooms for six months." The whitewashed look that… https://t.co/sNHG2JCeLoSouth Korea has averaged about 77 new Covid-19 cases a day​ since April​, a fraction of the U.S. Here’s how they di… https://t.co/YOXoXumUBXAmerican Airlines said in a filing Friday that it has come to terms with the Treasury for a $5.5 billion term loan… https://t.co/6s59CnFmtFAmid lockdown in Chicago, writer Gillian Flynn is showrunning a new TV series called “Utopia,” finishing a long-awa… https://t.co/bHHUT8aK3A
9/26
2020
In March, we began talking to people about how the coronavirus was reshaping their lives. Six months into the pande… https://t.co/FSqKlLz8sAWatch: Judge Amy Coney Barrett, President Trump’s expected Supreme Court pick, has shared — in her own words — how… https://t.co/gHbJ2liUj6From @WSJopinion: A second wave of originalist judges would gradually change the way lawyers behave and help to bri… https://t.co/MbEeDzuFKvThe robot revolution was already on its way, but the desire to minimize in-person work has led to an increase in au… https://t.co/fHI007sBhOThe SEC awarded $1.8 million to a whistleblower whose tip helped the regulator conduct an investigation that led to… https://t.co/BEzaohDYvYA network of influential conservative groups is preparing to spend more than $20 million in support of the presiden… https://t.co/3HGxbFbXFOBreaking: President Trump told congressional Republicans and others he plans to nominate Amy Coney Barrett to the S… https://t.co/VpZQtbYOjD
9/25
2020

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