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The coronavirus, this time surging across Republican-friendly states of the South and West, has returned as the big… https://t.co/gkGLgi8ksgHollywood doesn't expect every movie or show it makes to be a hit. But with ever-more-granular data, it's figuring… https://t.co/lT3HZMRdAoHow to safely visit the national parks this summer https://t.co/XArMBOtHNeRent the Runway stitched together a survival strategy. Is it designed to last? https://t.co/6x0SJU9OIbTake a look at the front page of today's Wall Street Journal https://t.co/XTI9nEgTao https://t.co/xqoLX6GD4B“I think people are seeing that we brought this pandemic upon ourselves by disregarding the warnings of scientists,… https://t.co/2McfvaZ5dLThe coronavirus has crept into the last opposition-held territory in Syria, as Russia and China move to restrict an… https://t.co/RSS5EN7gyuE-commerce was already highly developed in China, but the coronavirus crisis has turned online retail into a show t… https://t.co/wVyAAROGO9Amid shifting regulations and after months of lost revenue, wineries are reopening their tasting rooms. But does it… https://t.co/DYKuiOizTKTikTok used to block any content that could possibly be controversial or offensive—even tattoos and too much cleava… https://t.co/8tiFthHk2F“It was like you were speaking to a two-headed creature.” British billionaires David and Frederick Barclay seemed i… https://t.co/DC2M11MWwuMelbourne tried something new to control its latest outbreak: limited lockdowns by zip code. It didn’t work. https://t.co/AEbyTvUK4NA federal judge in Miami has dismissed a lawsuit against cruise operator Carnival filed under a long-dormant provis… https://t.co/g0BESgm0EFFrom @WSJopinion: Don’t wait for CEO Jack Dorsey and his Twitter censors to mark these racist tweets as offensive h… https://t.co/SE1splwyGOChina’s central Hubei province, the original epicenter of the coronavirus, is facing its second calamity of the yea… https://t.co/Y9mllJBkhIDrilling rigs collect dust, barber chairs sit empty and lines swell at the food bank: This is what it looks like wh… https://t.co/Ly4PnM1PNrHere's an early look at the front page of The Wall Street Journal's weekend edition https://t.co/NfNCvS4CgI https://t.co/joPgbWfO7iExecutives are discussing options such as creating a new management board for TikTok or establishing a headquarters… https://t.co/CruAezVCG4The Pacific-12 Conference is joining the Big Ten Conference in overhauling its football schedule due to coronavirus… https://t.co/pNzmYL6GZBStudies suggest that women prefer a higher room temperature than men, and there is evidence that more than comfort… https://t.co/2n6O63MAmqAMC Entertainment has reached a deal with investors who will pump $300 million of new money into the company, as th… https://t.co/ukpNKSIwSFTurkey’s decision to turn historic Hagia Sophia into a mosque has caused dismay among Orthodox Christians and the c… https://t.co/qZ0oO1iHB7The Covid-19 crisis has crippled U.S. car sales in 2020, but Mazda’s aging midsize crossover seemed to find a whole… https://t.co/DH1Bhk4jlAWSJ News Exclusive: A home in Aspen, Colo., has sold for $27 million to the media entrepreneur Byron Allen in a maj… https://t.co/77losp64liFrom @WSJopinion: The Supreme Court has weakened the presidency by opening the gates to harassment by Congress and… https://t.co/egVxqYiWyGThe SEC proposed sharply raising the size threshold of funds required to report their U.S. stockholdings quarterly,… https://t.co/8EtKIauQpsEverything you want to know about running gear, from the best anti-chafe shirts to non-dorky sunglasses https://t.co/wciPO2R5ocWhat happened to a missing ledger that recorded every 1959 Les Paul guitar ever made? Gibson is looking at you, Kal… https://t.co/9BoMToTYfrThe Trump administration said it would put tariffs on $1.3 billion of certain cosmetics and handbags imported from… https://t.co/VOcxlO7jSYChristie’s $421 million live-stream sale weathered some early glitches to sell nearly everything it had on offer, i… https://t.co/4Ue2i5XHFQAmericans go through major life transitions 3 to 5 times in their adult lives, @brucefeiler found in researching hi… https://t.co/FTV7LrBDHmWSJ News Exclusive: U.S. officials are reviewing the 2017 acquisition of a South Carolina pharmaceutical company by… https://t.co/OdD6k7VKQm“It was like you were speaking to a two-headed creature.” British billionaires David and Frederick Barclay seemed i… https://t.co/Xih0SmkmCkTrump commuted Roger Stone's prison sentence. The president's former campaign adviser was due to begin his 40-month… https://t.co/D2lEoSlxJbJapanese home-goods retailer Muji U.S.A. has joined the ranks of retailers seeking bankruptcy protection to reforma… https://t.co/Dq5LaItmqY
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If everything goes according to the NHL’s restart plan, the Stanley Cup Finals will be held the last week of Septem… https://t.co/IEG6tcGGicThe U.S. and 12 other nations have agreed to ease border restrictions to allow for the repatriation of hundreds of… https://t.co/bm7YcEKnV6From @WSJopinion: Trump Derangement Syndrome appears in five stages, each of advanced intensity. The cause is clear… https://t.co/XZ1uTVIeNIWatch: Atlanta Dream player Renee Montgomery speaks at the #WSJFuture of Everything Series about why she decided to… https://t.co/5W2qJm8kpQ
Retweeted by The Wall Street JournalTikTok said it will exit the Hong Kong market, and Facebook, Twitter and Google have paused requests for user data… https://t.co/HfvTIrbwZ1🎧 Listen: In today's episode of The Journal podcast, @bzcohen and @JaredDiamond explain why the NBA and MLB ended u… https://t.co/i3b3zOTJFiCanadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is facing ethics questions about his government’s decision to grant a contra… https://t.co/AI0BtlOpQYNew Jersey’s top elected leaders said they support changing the term used to describe elected county officials in t… https://t.co/Q2WCxKrBIZConceptual artist Rashid Johnson on donating work to fight the coronavirus, his recent, sold-out online show and th… https://t.co/RrBI62XDmDUpdate: Amazon retracted a memo ordering employees to delete TikTok from devices with access to company email. The… https://t.co/98w3KZRv8NAmazon is requiring employees to remove the TikTok app from mobile devices that access company email, citing unspec… https://t.co/SRQcmKFSrSNew York City is bracing for heavy rains and flooding as Tropical Storm Fay edges closer to landfall on Friday https://t.co/70E71FZEAAWhat happened to a missing ledger that recorded every 1959 Les Paul guitar ever made? Gibson is looking at you, Kal… https://t.co/OjjyEjGxroU.S. stocks climbed Friday as investors brushed off worries about a fresh wave of coronavirus infections and its im… https://t.co/AlVkaGMBZwA handful of U.S. Labor Department officials are quarantining after they met with at least one member of the White… https://t.co/KDpqHmWFKKFrom @WSJopinion: Since the moment Nancy Pelosi became House Speaker in January 2019, she has operated as if her in… https://t.co/ukECiPQwhTThe cruise industry is on pause due to the coronavirus pandemic, but many are shopping for the 2021 vacations.… https://t.co/gTtImqnWQXU.S. officials worry about China potentially amassing personal data on Americans. Here’s a look at the type of info… https://t.co/1QTmihBUkkIf you want to participate in a protest, either on or off the job, here’s what to know. @francescamarief reports.… https://t.co/sbKZ5cb1nyBulgaria and Croatia took a big step toward adopting the euro currency, potentially becoming the newest members to… https://t.co/yVNgSmzOg3Popular apps such as Spotify and Tinder experienced outages on Friday because of a bug in Facebook’s software for i… https://t.co/SECv9AxR2dPresident Trump said that he is no longer thinking about negotiating a phase-two trade deal with China https://t.co/csrQUAVeUkAmazon is requiring employees to remove the TikTok app from mobile devices that access company email, citing unspec… https://t.co/rBU7IWV5JJCoronavirus infections are surging in southeastern Europe and some other regions that had initially managed to curb… https://t.co/85wrpp8GEe#WSJWhatsNow: Gold prices hovered near an all-time high and the energy sector is running out of steam. @paulvigna b… https://t.co/V8aqQlXkSfPresident Trump's re-election campaign said the New Hampshire rally was being postponed for safety reasons because… https://t.co/O5WejRJ4rn"We’re living in grim times, there’s no getting around it," says speculative-fiction writer Neal Stephenson https://t.co/Fu2vVCkxGWFrom @WSJopinion: Recent events have made me reflect on a conversation I once had with a Stalin-apologist and my ow… https://t.co/EaGNyibuQgThread: U.S. employment dropped by 21 million in March and April. About a third of those jobs have returned. But th… https://t.co/KvCwtoiSUQ
Retweeted by The Wall Street JournalNationwide protests have highlighted the roles of youth activists in driving dialogue on social change. Here,… https://t.co/ViNpaYcF5OA federal judge said the two Massachusetts men who are accused of smuggling former Nissan executive Carlos Ghosn ou… https://t.co/lsn9vm4uqgCoronavirus has crept into the last opposition-held territory in Syria, as Russia and China move to restrict an aid… https://t.co/lU6vCljCczTry your hand at our solving our Friday crossword puzzle https://t.co/8zvyltz1qz https://t.co/6nmis1cM9T
Retweeted by The Wall Street JournalIf everything goes according to the NHL’s restart plan, the Stanley Cup Finals will be held the last week of Septem… https://t.co/Z3idj9L1lxBoth the Trump and Biden presidential campaigns agree that the coronavirus will be a major driver in the fall elect… https://t.co/U94YcIefSPNew York City is bracing for heavy rains and flooding as Tropical Storm Fay edged closer to landfall https://t.co/dJhQBgUToNThe Trump campaign hopes to court voters, particularly suburban women, by calling for a return to in-person instruc… https://t.co/sWXFc8mWzyThirty years ago, two of Britain’s richest men met aboard a luxury yacht to carve up their empire for the next gene… https://t.co/1CqLYEZOWtIstanbul's Hagia Sophia must revert to its prior status as a mosque, a Turkish court ruled. The U.S. and Russia had… https://t.co/7uQmpp09ADNationwide protests have highlighted the roles youth activists play in driving dialogue on social change. Join a li… https://t.co/sLrMakIUgAPakistan's foreign minister and a health adviser to Prime Minister Imran Khan tested positive for the coronavirus a… https://t.co/35agqRrrfmA shortage in hand pumps has some companies that make soap and hand sanitizer rethinking their packaging, turning t… https://t.co/sXTdOBLSvgFrom @WSJopinion: America’s political, corporate and media leaders are panicking to appease radical activists, like… https://t.co/NzGUUZ12QuWuhan, the Chinese city where the coronavirus first emerged, has experienced its heaviest rains in recent memory https://t.co/8OFQhuvoEyAmerican Airlines has threatened to cancel some of its orders for Boeing’s troubled 737 MAX jets, people familiar w… https://t.co/FSdt63zPMFStudies suggest that women prefer a higher room temperature than men—and that more than comfort is at stake https://t.co/C1cNO42GUr“We have enough money and will continue to defend the states the president won the last time and the states where h… https://t.co/bnSUintWpoThe IRS is the most powerful creditor in the country. When you owe taxes, blowing off your filings has immediate co… https://t.co/71CBlPeKctIf Los Angeles's first Black district attorney, who ran unopposed in 2016, is defeated this year, it would be a maj… https://t.co/Ff4m3ZcqipThe debate over the long-term direction of the world’s most important energy source is thorny. Oil markets have doz… https://t.co/MjalUbEJiZA strong labor market ran into a pandemic. Now, six months into 2020, we’ve only recovered a fraction of the jobs l… https://t.co/T68pFJUw67American soccer star Christian Pulisic spent lockdown like any 21-year-old: He played videogames and joined TikTok.… https://t.co/7jSpvegYsnPark Won-soon, who was found dead Friday, was a civil-rights campaigner whose mayoral win shocked South Korea’s pol… https://t.co/19dyOZYEfRThe Supreme Court paves the way for a New York prosecutor to view President Trump’s tax returns, in a case the pres… https://t.co/CYidf9V1wFBioNTech, which partnered with Pfizer to develop a coronavirus vaccine, is confident it will be ready to seek regul… https://t.co/IWDtvLVOqfA Chinese-born New Zealand lawmaker who once taught English to Chinese spies says he won’t run for re-election, a d… https://t.co/rcqr1L2dZwTreasury yields fall to their lowest levels since lockdowns started loosening as investors seek safe assets amid ri… https://t.co/GBX2W64Y2rStarbucks will require customers to wear masks at about 8,900 U.S. stores amid growing coronavirus cases in parts o… https://t.co/hasAHqx4AGVehicle sales in China, the world’s biggest auto market, rebound from damage from the coronavirus pandemic https://t.co/prYKG6MQCgParent leaders grilled New York City's schools chief about the fall reopening plan, which includes having most chil… https://t.co/I4fGIUgU5jCoronavirus infections in the U.S. rise by more than 63,000, as hospitals struggle to accommodate a surge of new pa… https://t.co/vGEjolDXxUMichael Cohen, President Trump’s former lawyer, has been taken back into custody after a dispute with probation off… https://t.co/4YXcgJ9mxEAnother nuclear summit between North Korea and the U.S. would be “unprofitable” unless Washington changes its negot… https://t.co/tU2OSwiWiXStarbucks customers will have to wear masks in about 8,900 company-operated U.S. stores beginning July 15 https://t.co/62Wr48fhBWTake an early look at the front page of The Wall Street Journal https://t.co/5xQPDPcm8q https://t.co/lN2DhtR1Zz
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