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Julian E. Barnes

18 articles

Lingling Wei

14 articles

Jared Malsin

14 articles

Ryan Dube

13 articles

Bob Davis

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Max Colchester

12 articles

Felicia Schwartz

11 articles

Bojan Pancevski

11 articles

Francis X. Rocca

11 articles

Thomas Grove

10 articles

Dustin Volz

9 articles

Jessica Donati

9 articles

Juan Montes

9 articles

Laurence Norman

9 articles


 
 
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Many More Students, Especially the Affluent, Get Extra Time to Take the SAT

WSJ.COM – Responding to parent pleas, high schools are granting special test-taking accommodations to growing numbers. A Wall Street Journal analysis shows it happens far...

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Ford to Cut 7,000 Jobs in Bid to Catch Up to Rivals

WSJ.COM – Ford Motor said it is cutting 7,000 salaried employees, or about 10% of its white-collar workforce, part of CEO Jim Hacketts broader plan...

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Barr Says He Is Fighting for the Presidency, Not Trump

WSJ.COM – William Barr, under criticism that he is acting more like President Trumps personal lawyer than the U.S. attorney general, says his long-held belief...

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Playing Catch-Up in the Game of Life. Millennials Approach Middle Age in Crisis

WSJ.COM – New data show theyre in worse financial shape than every preceding living generation, and may never recover. Their woes have delayed traditional adult...

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Students Were Advised to Claim to Be Minorities in College-Admissions Scandal

WSJ.COM – The man who helped wealthy students get into elite colleges by cheating on tests and faking athletic credentials also advised some families to...

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SAT to Give Students Adversity Score to Capture Social and Economic Background

WSJ.COM – The College Board plans to assign an adversity score to every student who takes the SAT to try to capture their social and...

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Former de Blasio Fundraiser Gets Four Years in Prison for NYPD Bribery Scheme

WSJ.COM – A former fundraiser for New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio was sentenced to four years in prison for his role in a...

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San Francisco Poised to Ban Facial-Recognition Surveillance

WSJ.COM – San Franciscos Board of Supervisors is expected to pass a ban on the use of facial recognition by local agencies, making it the...

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Silicon Valleys Stock-Exchange Plan Snagged by Opposition at SEC

WSJ.COM – The Long-Term Stock Exchangea market for the nations hottest startupswas opposed by a member of the SEC.

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How a Chinese Scientist Broke the Rules to Create the First Gene-Edited Babies

WSJ.COM – Dr. He Jiankui, seeking glory for his nation and justice for HIV-positive parents, kept his experiment secret from a doctor, deceived a hospital,...

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John Paul Stevens Worries About the Court

WSJ.COM – A retired Supreme Court justice wants his former colleagues to adhere to precedent and the president to comply with subpoenas

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U.S. Budget Deficit Grew 38% in First Seven Months of Fiscal 2019

WSJ.COM – The U.S. budget gap widened 38% in the first seven months of the fiscal year as federal spending outpaced tax collections.

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