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Fed sees more Americans returning to workforce

Fed sees more Americans returning to workforce

Central bank gives upbeat assessment of US economy in report to Congress

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JPMorgan, Citigroup Top Expectations. Wells Fargo Misses. Here's Everything You Need to Know

JPMorgan, Citigroup Top Expectations. Wells Fargo Misses. Here's Everything You Need to Know

JPMorgan, Citigroup Top Expectations. Wells Fargo Misses. Here's Everything You Need to Know

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Justice Department Appeal of Time Warner Deal ‘Changes Nothing,’ Says AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson

Justice Department Appeal of Time Warner Deal ‘Changes Nothing,’ Says AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson

AT&T chief Randall Stephenson said his company won’t alter its plans for running Time Warner’s media assets despite a Justice Department appeal. “The merger is closed. We own Time Warner,” he told CNBC at a media conference.

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Cellphone Bills Go Up for First Time in Nearly Two Years

Cellphone Bills Go Up for First Time in Nearly Two Years

Americans’ cellphone bills ticked up 0.3% last month, the first such increase since July 2016 as a yearslong promotion craze from wireless service providers is starting to peter out.

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The Sexting Scandal That Toppled One of America’s Most Powerful Lawyers

The Sexting Scandal That Toppled One of America’s Most Powerful Lawyers

Latham & Watkins Chairman William Voge had a wife, five grown children and homes in California, Wyoming, Mexico and London. He was the boss of 2,600 lawyers at one of the world’s largest law firms. Then temptation, lust and anger ended his career.

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Exxon, Once a ‘Perfect Machine,’ Is Running Dry

Exxon, Once a ‘Perfect Machine,’ Is Running Dry

The oil giant is struggling as the energy business shifts and investors look elsewhere for profits. CEO Darren Woods’s plan to make a comeback by spending more on fossil-fuel projects has so far proved unpopular.

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Some GOP Lawmakers Seek to Rein In Trump on Trade

Some GOP Lawmakers Seek to Rein In Trump on Trade

A group of Republicans, most of whom are unshackled from the political consequences of opposing President Donald Trump, is leading efforts to curb his authority on national-security tariffs.

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Activist Investors Turn Up Heat in Drive for Returns

Activist Investors Turn Up Heat in Drive for Returns

Activists are launching campaigns at a record pace as the rise in passive investing pressures fund managers.

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Thai Cave Rescue Highlights the Value of Teaching Children to Meditate

Thai Cave Rescue Highlights the Value of Teaching Children to Meditate

The coach of the rescued boys taught them techniques to stay calm, and any parent can use meditation to help their children deal with stress.

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Justice Department Appeal of Time Warner Deal ‘Changes Nothing,’ Says AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson

Justice Department Appeal of Time Warner Deal ‘Changes Nothing,’ Says AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson

AT&T chief Randall Stephenson said his company won’t alter its plans for running Time Warner’s media assets despite a Justice Department appeal. “The merger is closed. We own Time Warner,” he told CNBC at a media conference.

Published 1 month ago

The Sexting Scandal That Toppled One of America’s Most Powerful Lawyers

The Sexting Scandal That Toppled One of America’s Most Powerful Lawyers

Latham & Watkins Chairman William Voge had a wife, five grown children and homes in California, Wyoming, Mexico and London. He was the boss of 2,600 lawyers at one of the world’s largest law firms. Then temptation, lust and anger ended his career.

Published 1 month ago

Some GOP Lawmakers Seek to Rein In Trump on Trade

Some GOP Lawmakers Seek to Rein In Trump on Trade

A group of Republicans, most of whom are unshackled from the political consequences of opposing President Donald Trump, is leading efforts to curb his authority on national-security tariffs.

Published 1 month ago

What Do Trump and Putin Want at the Helsinki Summit?

What Do Trump and Putin Want at the Helsinki Summit?

President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet in Helsinki on July 16. WSJ's Gerald F. Seib explains what the two leaders might want to discuss. Photo: Getty

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The Changing Face of Illegal Border Crossings

The Changing Face of Illegal Border Crossings

Illegal crossings at the southern U.S. border look much different than they did nearly two decades ago, when millions of Mexicans were coming for primarily economic reasons.

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