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The Wall Street Journal     2 hours ago

The Link Between Menopause and Alzheimer’s

With Alzheimer’s afflicting more women than men, researchers are studying whether the hormonal changes that occur in menopause may affect the development of the disease.
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U.S. Ally Against Islamic State Urges Trump to Leave Troops in Syria

The Kurdish commander leading the fight against Islamic State in Syria wants the U.S. to reconsider its decision to withdraw and instead leave a small contingent of forces in the country.
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The Wall Street Journal     3 hours ago

‘I Had No Idea I Was Having a Heart Attack’

Women suffering cardiac arrests reach the hospital more slowly than men, and are more likely to die. A retired nurse tells her own story of missed signals.
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Netanyahu Rivals Explore Alliance to Try to Unseat Israel’s Long-Serving Prime Minister

Two of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s most formidable opponents are in talks to form a united front and face a deadline this week to declare whether they will join their camps to try to unseat him.
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The Wall Street Journal     4 hours ago

In Good Election Cycles and in Bad: Spouses Switch Roles for a 2020 House Race

A Nebraska woman plans to next year vie for the House seat her husband once held, on the heels of an election cycle that saw a record number of female candidates and Democratic women win.
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Why Your Apps Can Find You, But 911 Can’t

Smartphone apps can usually find users quickly and effortlessly, but 911 is often less accurate at finding callers from their cell phones. WSJ's Spencer Macnaughton explains how tech companies have set out to make 911...
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The Wall Street Journal     5 hours ago

Baseball’s Shifting Financial Equation: Long-Term Security Over Free Agency

With the free-agent market in a deep freeze for the second straight winter, more players are choosing to sign long-term extensions to lock in a guaranteed payday.
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The Wall Street Journal     5 hours ago

Roses Are Red, Orchids Are Addictive

"God help us," says the father of one 11-year-old orchid lover who has turned the family kitchen into a mini-rainforest.
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The Wall Street Journal     6 hours ago

Key Investors Are Unhappy With SoftBank Tech-Investment Fund

Two big outside investors in the Vision Fund, the $100 billion tech-investment fund managed by SoftBank Group, are worried transfers of stakes between SoftBank and the fund at high valuations could set up future losses.
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The Wall Street Journal     6 hours ago

Worrying About Deficits Falls Out of Style

Washington’s red-ink alarms have gone dead, even though the annual deficit will reach roughly $900 billion this year, then pass the trillion-dollar mark annually starting in 2022. Is this lack of concern wise?
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