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The Wall Street Journal     4 hours ago

Watch: David Hockney Painting Sells for Record $90.3 Million at Auction

The 1972 painting bested the $58.4 million record set five years ago by Jeff Koons's balloon-animal sculpture.
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The Wall Street Journal     4 hours ago

‘I Was Hoping to Be Retired’: The Cost of Supporting Parents and Adult Children

Barb Strickert was planning to retire in her early 60s and open a B&B. Then her elderly mother moved in. Her grown daughter soon followed. "I can make all of the plans in the world right now and it doesn’t mean...
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The Wall Street Journal     5 hours ago

Judge Grants CNN’s Motion to Restore Jim Acosta’s White House Press Pass

A federal judge granted an emergency motion to restore the White House press credential of CNN correspondent Jim Acosta—a victory for the network in a closely watched press-freedom case.
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What’s the Next Big Thing in Tech? It’s Up to Us

When cars fly: How quickly the future gets here is up to us.
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The Wall Street Journal     6 hours ago

Migrants Adopt Strategy for U.S. Entry: Bring the Children

The number of Central American families with children arriving at the U.S. border seeking asylum has surged, as parents recognize that detention will be shorter if they come as a family.
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Why House Votes and Political Power Often Don’t Match

In the past four elections, Democrats haven’t translated the House votes they have won nationally into equivalent power in the House. They're on the cusp of reversing that trend.
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The Wall Street Journal     7 hours ago

U.S. Men’s Soccer Team Remains Lost in the Wilderness

After failing to qualify for the 2018 World Cup, getting a read on where the U.S. men’s soccer program is going these days can be tricky.
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The Wall Street Journal     7 hours ago

After Paradise Fire, a Hunt for Human Remains Among the Ashes

More than 600 people remain unaccounted for since the Camp Fire ignited Thursday last week and swept through Paradise, population 26,000, and neighboring communities in Northern California’s Butte County.
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The Wall Street Journal     8 hours ago

A Long Wait to Vote? Odds Are, You Were in the A-to-M Line

Nationally, the last names of 64% of registered voters begin with letters in the first half of the alphabet. That trend is echoed in nearly every county in the country, and in some cases, it’s even more extreme.
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The Wall Street Journal     8 hours ago

Forget the Playoff, College Football’s Burning Question Is About Taxes

Fans of some of the country’s biggest college football programs, including Georgia and Michigan, are grappling with changes in last year’s tax law that removed the write-off for seat donations.
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