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Oscars 2018: Cast Your Ballot

Oscars 2018: Cast Your Ballot

Wall Street Journal film critic Joe Morgenstern weighs in on who deserves to win the top awards at the 90th Academy Awards—and who will actually win. Have your own say in our annual poll.

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Trump to slap 25% tariff on steel imports invoking national security

Trump to slap 25% tariff on steel imports invoking national security

Move to counter Chinese dumping will also add 10% levy to aluminium

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The crises engulfing Jared Kushner

The crises engulfing Jared Kushner

The US president’s son-in-law poses a threat to US national security

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North Korea, Finally, Feels the Sting of International Sanctions

North Korea, Finally, Feels the Sting of International Sanctions

China, long criticized by the U.S. for supporting the regime, appears to be ramping up enforcement. At a border crossing, garments and seafood aren’t coming out, and fewer goods are going in. The question now is whether any economic pain will deter Kim Jong Un’s nuclear ambitions.

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Spotify to live-stream investor pitch ahead of public listing

Spotify to live-stream investor pitch ahead of public listing

Company wants to ‘democratise information’ after announcing unusual IPO process

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Trump Ally Was in Talks to Earn Millions in Effort to End 1MDB Probe in U.S.

Trump Ally Was in Talks to Earn Millions in Effort to End 1MDB Probe in U.S.

A top Republican fundraiser close to President Donald Trump was in negotiations to earn tens of millions of dollars if the Justice Department dropped its investigation into a multibillion-dollar graft scandal involving a Malaysian state fund, according to emails reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.

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Wells Fargo’s Wealth Management Unit Attracts Justice Department Attention

Wells Fargo’s Wealth Management Unit Attracts Justice Department Attention

Wells Fargo’s problems are expanding to its wealth-management business after whistleblowers from the bank cited sales problems to the agency.

Published 5 months ago

Trump Won’t Quickly Announce New Tariffs on Aluminum, Steel

Trump Won’t Quickly Announce New Tariffs on Aluminum, Steel

President Donald Trump isn’t expected to announce Thursday new tariffs on steel and aluminum, a person familiar with the matter said, despite signals from inside the administration Wednesday night that such a move was planned.

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Powell Doesn’t See Signs of Economy Overheating

Powell Doesn’t See Signs of Economy Overheating

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell returned to Capitol Hill for a second day of testimony, with investors eager for more on whether his bullish view of the U.S. economy might translate into a more aggressive approach to raising interest rates this year and beyond.

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With Lumber in Short Supply, Record Wood Costs Are Set to Juice Home Prices

With Lumber in Short Supply, Record Wood Costs Are Set to Juice Home Prices

A lumber shortage has pushed prices to record highs as builders stock up for what is expected to be one of the busiest construction seasons in years.

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P&G Slashed Digital Ad Spending by $200 Million Last Year

P&G Slashed Digital Ad Spending by $200 Million Last Year

After publicly pressuring major technology platforms to help clean up the online ad market and fork over more information about the effectiveness of digital ads, Procter & Gamble slashed its spending on digital advertising by more than $200 million last year.

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The Oscar for Best Picture Goes to...Something You Probably Didn’t See

The Oscar for Best Picture Goes to...Something You Probably Didn’t See

The Academy Awards are meant to celebrate the best Hollywood has to offer, but the gap is widening between the movies that win best picture and the ones that top the box office.

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FBI Opens Internal Review Into Handling of Nassar Allegations

FBI Opens Internal Review Into Handling of Nassar Allegations

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has opened an internal review of the bureau’s handling of sexual-abuse allegations against former U.S. national gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar, in light of concerns that agents in multiple FBI field offices failed to act on gymnasts’ complaints in 2015.

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