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Juncker hints Brussels will reject Italian budget

Juncker hints Brussels will reject Italian budget

European Commission president cites ‘gap’ between Rome’s promises and new plans

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BlackRock reports lowest intake of new funds in two years

BlackRock reports lowest intake of new funds in two years

Chief Larry Fink cites market jitters for $30bn in third-quarter withdrawals

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Turkey’s foreign minister wary on US ties after pastor’s release

Turkey’s foreign minister wary on US ties after pastor’s release

Mevlut Cavusoglu says obstacles still stand in way of warmer Washington relations

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Microsoft Co-Founder Paul Allen Dies at 65

Microsoft Co-Founder Paul Allen Dies at 65

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, who helped pioneer the personal-computer industry, died just two weeks after revealing that a cancer he successfully received treatment for several years ago had returned.

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Three Bellwether Races That Could Determine Control of the Senate

Three Bellwether Races That Could Determine Control of the Senate

The November midterm elections are just 21 days away. And three states could help decide who controls the Senate. The WSJ's Gerald F. Seib explains what races to look out for. Photo: AP and Getty

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Car Companies Look to Each Other, Silicon Valley for Self-Driving Ventures

Car Companies Look to Each Other, Silicon Valley for Self-Driving Ventures

Auto makers are increasingly partnering with each other and their would-be rivals in Silicon Valley to pursue new ventures in self-driving cars.

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Stirring the Pot: Thousands Take a Shine to a Gold Mine in the Sahara

Stirring the Pot: Thousands Take a Shine to a Gold Mine in the Sahara

Over the past two years, some 35,000 people have flocked to a lawless region separating Niger from Algeria, most seeking a literal pot of gold.

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Google’s CEO Defends Potential Return to China

Google’s CEO Defends Potential Return to China

Google’s chief executive defended his company’s plan to explore a search engine tailored for users in China despite concerns about censorship.

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Macron unveils new cabinet in long-awaited reshuffle

Macron unveils new cabinet in long-awaited reshuffle

Overhaul prompted by string of high profile resignations

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Saudi crown prince loses his lustre over Khashoggi case

Saudi crown prince loses his lustre over Khashoggi case

Mohammed bin Salman faces scrutiny as journalist’s disappearance ends era of western indulgence

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China at risk of ‘debt iceberg’, warns rating agency

China at risk of ‘debt iceberg’, warns rating agency

S&P voices concern following infrastructure projects boom

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Car Companies Look to Each Other, Silicon Valley for Self-Driving Ventures

Car Companies Look to Each Other, Silicon Valley for Self-Driving Ventures

Alliances are proliferating as auto manufacturers and Silicon Valley firms see a future in ride hailing, self-driving cars and new connected-vehicle services.

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Stirring the Pot: Thousands Take a Shine to a Gold Mine in the Sahara

Stirring the Pot: Thousands Take a Shine to a Gold Mine in the Sahara

Over the past two years, some 35,000 people have flocked to a lawless region separating Niger from Algeria, most seeking a literal pot of gold.

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After Hurricane Michael, Residents Determined to Rebuild Shattered City

After Hurricane Michael, Residents Determined to Rebuild Shattered City

Days after Hurricane Michael turned the beachside community of Mexico Beach into a wreckage-strewn disaster, residents are talking about how they want to bring it back.

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Net College Costs Flat to Down After Years of Growth

Net College Costs Flat to Down After Years of Growth

After increasing for decades, the real cost of attending both public and private college is flat and in some cases even declined this year, as colleges compete for fewer students by giving away more scholarships.

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