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Kim Jong Un’s Nephew Was in Danger After Father’s Killing, North Korean Group Says

Kim Jong Un’s Nephew Was in Danger After Father’s Killing, North Korean Group Says

Dissident group Cheollima described for the first time a secretive scramble to get Kim Han Sol, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s nephew, out of Macau and fly him to safety in a secure location after his father, Kim Jong Nam, was killed in Malaysia.

Published 8 months ago

Publishing Magnate Si Newhouse  Dies at 89

Publishing Magnate Si Newhouse Dies at 89

Samuel Irving Newhouse Jr., the publishing magnate whose passion for art, photography and popular culture transformed Condé Nast into one of the world’s most distinguished magazine companies, died Sunday at age 89, according to a spokesman for the family.

Published 8 months ago

J.P. Morgan’s Record High Crowns Bank-Stock Rebound

J.P. Morgan’s Record High Crowns Bank-Stock Rebound

After dropping about 5% between early August and early September, J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. bounced back by nearly 8%.

Published 8 months ago

Hedge Funds Ain’t Dead Yet

Hedge Funds Ain’t Dead Yet

Hedge funds, written off less than a year ago as overpriced and underperforming, this year are unexpectedly making money and taking in new cash.

Published 8 months ago

Supreme Court Majority Ponders Conservative Priorities

Supreme Court Majority Ponders Conservative Priorities

The Supreme Court begins a new term Monday with a conservative majority and cases that could curtail the power of organized labor, expand religious exceptions to legal obligations and validate tougher scrutiny of voter rolls.

Published 8 months ago

Facebook Is Still In Denial About Its Biggest Problem

Facebook Is Still In Denial About Its Biggest Problem

Facebook, which went mainstream as a friendly place to swap baby pictures and cat videos, has yet to fully come to terms with what Russian-paid election ads may have done to its brand and reputation.

Published 8 months ago

Oil Prices Bounce Back in Third Quarter

Oil Prices Bounce Back in Third Quarter

Oil investors got a reprieve from falling oil prices in the third quarter, thanks to unexpectedly strong demand for crude and signs of ebbing U.S. production.

Published 8 months ago

The Hottest Videogame of 2017 Isn’t Finished Yet

The Hottest Videogame of 2017 Isn’t Finished Yet

‘PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds,’ from Bluehole Studio Inc. of South Korea, has sold 13 million copies as an early-access version available since March—and it isn’t finished being developed yet.

Published 8 months ago

Monty Hall, Former ‘Let’s Make a Deal’ Host, Dies at 96

Monty Hall, Former ‘Let’s Make a Deal’ Host, Dies at 96

He co-created the game show, which debuted on NBC in 1963 and became a TV staple for decades. He was 96 years old.

Published 8 months ago

Bold Eagles: Angry Birds Are Ripping $80,000 Drones Out of the Sky

Bold Eagles: Angry Birds Are Ripping $80,000 Drones Out of the Sky

Australia’s fiercely territorial wedge-tailed eagle, known to eat kangaroos, uses sharp talons, aerial combat skills to take out pricey flying machines. ‘It ended up being a pile of splinters.’

Published 8 months ago

Voters Turn Out in Catalonia for Independence Referendum

Voters Turn Out in Catalonia for Independence Referendum

The central Spanish government has declared the vote illegal, but hundreds of thousands are expected to try to vote Sunday. The ballot is scheduled to end at 8 p.m. local time.

Published 8 months ago

Trial of Alleged Benghazi Attack Mastermind Set to Begin

Trial of Alleged Benghazi Attack Mastermind Set to Begin

The trial of Ahmed Abu Khattalah, the alleged mastermind behind the Benghazi killings, starts Monday. U.S. officials conducted an elaborate mission to capture him in Libya, then undertook a complex dual interrogation aboard a Navy ship to extract intelligence information without jeopardizing his rights at trial.

Published 8 months ago

The Unnamed Podvideocast With Jason Gay and Darren Aronofsky

The Unnamed Podvideocast With Jason Gay and Darren Aronofsky

When Darren Aronofsky set out to make his latest film “Mother!,” a psychological thriller starring Jennifer Lawrence, he saw three streams. He talks with WSJ’s Jason Gay about watching viewers untangle the film’s metaphors.

Published 8 months ago

Tillerson, in Rare High-Level Acknowledgment, Says U.S. Is in Direct Contact With North Korea

Tillerson, in Rare High-Level Acknowledgment, Says U.S. Is in Direct Contact With North Korea

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the country is in direct contact with North Korea, “probing” to see if Pyongyang is willing to engage in talks.

Published 8 months ago

Beaten-Down Dollar Bounced Back in September

Beaten-Down Dollar Bounced Back in September

After a bruising year, the dollar in September snapped a six-month losing streak, its longest downturn in a decade. Now, the question is: How sustainable is that recent strength?

Published 8 months ago