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A journey to Le Corbusier’s famed Ronchamp Chapel in France
Take an early look at the front page of The Wall Street Journal's weekend edition.
“You’re going to have to shoot me.” Bus driver shielded students, refused gunman’s demand.
How @chancetherapper built his fame through grass-roots marketing
LittleBits makes robot building easier for junior engineers by @wjrothman
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How a New York DJ became an earl and restored an English estate
After 14 years, still fighting in Afghanistan: via @WSJThinkTank
Zack Greinke is baseball’s big-data pitcher.
From superheroes to an interrupting cow, Friday in photos:
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Bankruptcy judge rejects ex-Lehman trader's $83 million "double dip" bonus bid
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The U.S. will scale back its training of rebels in Syria, and more of today’s top stories
Political backlash against Merkel grows over refugee crisis
Shootings stun university towns in Arizona and Texas in the week after Oregon shooting
Uber vs. the new taxi-hailing apps
Local discontent eased Taliban’s advance into Afghan city of Kunduz
Pain-pill guidelines for children spark a fierce debate
GOP science committee leaders slam NASA for cutting deep space exploration spending
Rebound: Emerging markets jump, thanks to commodities and the Fed via @WSJmarkets
Starbucks and Nespresso enter warzones in scramble for African coffee
“I have a hostage. I’m in an underground bunker.”
Inside-the-bunker story of one of the most dangerous hostage rescues the FBI ever attempted.
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Scientists to parents of smartphone kids: keep calm and text on
“You’re going to have to shoot me.” Bus driver shielded students, refused gunman’s demand.
The inside-the-bunker story of the 2013 Alabama hostage standoff.

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