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New Fed regulatory chief eyes shift in US bank stress tests

New Fed regulatory chief eyes shift in US bank stress tests

Randal Quarles proposes more transparency for evaluations loathed by Wall St

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U.K., European Union Move Closer on Divorce Terms

U.K., European Union Move Closer on Divorce Terms

The U.K. government and the European Union appeared close to a breakthrough on Brexit divorce terms on Thursday night, with EU officials saying British Prime Minister Theresa May could come to Brussels as early as Friday morning.

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5 Things to Watch in the November Jobs Report

5 Things to Watch in the November Jobs Report

November's jobs report should provide a clearer look at the labor market's health following two hurricane-influenced months.

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Former Doctor for U.S. Women’s Gymnastics Gets 60 Years in Prison for Child Pornography

Former Doctor for U.S. Women’s Gymnastics Gets 60 Years in Prison for Child Pornography

The former doctor for the U.S. women’s gymnastics team was sentenced to 60 years in federal prison on child pornography counts, an effective life term that prosecutors requested to reflect admitted decades of sexual abuse against dozens of young girls, ranging from family friends to decorated Olympic athletes.

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An Unfortunate Memento of the Total Eclipse: Eye Damage

An Unfortunate Memento of the Total Eclipse: Eye Damage

For millions of people last summer’s solar eclipse was a momentary spectacle, but for one woman the sight of the moon crossing the sun is a vision that may never leave her view, burned as a crescent-shaped scar into her retina.

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Morgan Stanley fires Harold Ford Jr for alleged misconduct

Morgan Stanley fires Harold Ford Jr for alleged misconduct

Former Democratic congressman denies allegations

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Evangelical Christians Lobbied Hard for Trump’s Move on Jerusalem

Evangelical Christians Lobbied Hard for Trump’s Move on Jerusalem

President Trump’s announcement that he will recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital followed more than a year of lobbying by evangelical Christians.

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Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Identified as Buyer of Record-Breaking Da Vinci

Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Identified as Buyer of Record-Breaking Da Vinci

Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman used a distant relative as a proxy to purchase the 500-year-old “Salvator Mundi,” according to U.S. government intelligence and a Saudi art-world figure.

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Please! Hire Me to Coach College Football

Please! Hire Me to Coach College Football

Jason Gay: I’m willing to give up my job as The Wall Street Journal’s sports columnist to be a college football coach.

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Chaotic trading marks new surge in bitcoin price

Chaotic trading marks new surge in bitcoin price

Cryptocurrency exchanges struggle to cope after surge in speculation

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FBI Director Wray Defends Agency in Wake of Trump’s Criticism

FBI Director Wray Defends Agency in Wake of Trump’s Criticism

FBI Director Christopher Wray defended the bureau’s reputation in his first public appearance since President Donald Trump sharply criticized the nation’s premiere law-enforcement agency over the weekend.

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Ex-Policeman Gets 20-Year Prison Term in South Carolina Shooting

Ex-Policeman Gets 20-Year Prison Term in South Carolina Shooting

A white former South Carolina police officer has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for shooting an unarmed black motorist to death in 2015.

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Jailed for a Text: China’s Censors Are Spying on Mobile Chat Groups

Jailed for a Text: China’s Censors Are Spying on Mobile Chat Groups

Authorities scour messaging apps for sensitive words and images—even those sent privately—prompting police to question, and even jail, some who send them. ‘They are seizing people so blatantly and confidently.’

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