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Voices From a Divided America

Voices From a Divided America

The Wall Street Journal talked with people about the search for common ground in an era of polarization. We present 10 of these voices—people with different politics and backgrounds wrestling with the same concerns, from the quality of their schools to their place in their communities.

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Indian women fight for their right to work

Indian women fight for their right to work

Awareness of gender discrimination draws attention to low rates of paid employment

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Boston Red Sox: Greatest Season of All Time?

Boston Red Sox: Greatest Season of All Time?

One question remains to complete the story of the 2018 Boston Red Sox: Where do they rank in the pantheon of the greatest single seasons in baseball history?

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WSJ Readers On Their Most Regrettable Fashion Buys

WSJ Readers On Their Most Regrettable Fashion Buys

Readers vying to win this one-of-a-kind denim jacket were asked to confess their most misguided, embarrassing, and downright ridiculous clothing purchases. Here is the winning response—and 36 more of our favorites.

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Wall Street takes wild ride on reports of new Chinese tariffs

Wall Street takes wild ride on reports of new Chinese tariffs

Wall Street endured a wild ride on Monday that saw the S&P 500 and Dow Jones flirt with correction territory and close lower following media reports the US planned to impose new levies against all remaining Chinese imports that have yet to be hit with tariffs.

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UK follows in the footsteps of Donald Trump on digital tax

UK follows in the footsteps of Donald Trump on digital tax

The US president’s offshore overhaul spurs other countries to action

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US tax cut said to have little impact on investment

US tax cut said to have little impact on investment

Survey adds to the evidence that much of the windfall was used for share buybacks

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German centre’s collapse brings Merkel era to a close

German centre’s collapse brings Merkel era to a close

The chancellor’s Christian Democrats and coalition partners are on the wane

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‘Digital services tax’ targets big US tech groups

‘Digital services tax’ targets big US tech groups

Facebook and Amazon among companies facing unilateral action from UK

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Time to go back on clock change plan, EU nations tell Brussels

Time to go back on clock change plan, EU nations tell Brussels

Fear of travel chaos from patchwork of different timezones

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IBM hopes to stay relevant with Red Hat deal

IBM hopes to stay relevant with Red Hat deal

Ageing behemoth aims to reboot itself and survive in changing tech world

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Dow Industrials Turn Lower as Tech Slides, Trade Worries Linger

Dow Industrials Turn Lower as Tech Slides, Trade Worries Linger

The Dow Jones Industrial Average turned negative in the final hours of trading as a slide in technology shares and worries about global trade chipped away at investors’ appetite for risk.

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U.K. to Roll Out Developed World’s First ‘Digital’ Tax

U.K. to Roll Out Developed World’s First ‘Digital’ Tax

The U.K. will introduce a new tax that targets large technology companies, starting in 2020, setting the country on a path to become the first developed economy to do so.

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U.S. Restricts State-Owned Chinese Chip Maker From Doing Business with American Firms

U.S. Restricts State-Owned Chinese Chip Maker From Doing Business with American Firms

The U.S. has restricted Chinese state-owned chip maker Fujian Jinhua from doing business with U.S. firms. The move follows allegations by Micron Technology that the company stole its intellectual property.

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Why Your Facebook Feed Is Full of Political Ads, and What You Can Do About Them

Why Your Facebook Feed Is Full of Political Ads, and What You Can Do About Them

With the midterm elections looming, you might not be wildly surprised your Facebook feed seems like it’s been taken over by political ads. Researchers say campaign-ad spending on the social network is up in these final weeks.

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