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Breaking: Afghan presidential rivals agree to power-sharing deal that appears to resolve election crisis wsj.com
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"Eleven Jinping." Newsreader in India fired over Xi Jinping blunder on.wsj.com/XT0Dyu pic.twitter.com/yTLeEpzskH
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How the suddenly beleaguered NFL unites Americans: on.wsj.com/1udQQgF pic.twitter.com/65QWe0Em2t
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The original crowd sourcers: why bees and ants are so good at collective decisionmaking. on.wsj.com/1twKhI8 pic.twitter.com/iKBRqQD7co
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One person still using his BlackBerry? Richard Branson. on.wsj.com/1plVh4T pic.twitter.com/pnFVIvaAvx
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What teardowns of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus reveal about battery life, camera quality and more: on.wsj.com/1BUp11C
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"How will the climate change over the next century under both natural and human influences?" on.wsj.com/1u96sWt pic.twitter.com/znLXSHkLiq
A baseball lawsuit claims minor-league players are paid less than required by law. on.wsj.com/XRMhyl pic.twitter.com/mGzMvkQGar
Bill Gates's net worth has swelled to $82 billion from $5 billion since he hired this man: on.wsj.com/1tyKnyY pic.twitter.com/wutqc1a0ID
An inside look at the man who has quietly managed Bill Gates's investment empire for 20 years: on.wsj.com/1plPbS1
The study that set off alarm bells: Are U.S. soldiers dying from survivable wounds? on.wsj.com/1uOuW5d pic.twitter.com/xh98881R0w
The science behind climate change - and what we still don't know: on.wsj.com/1uN3PIw pic.twitter.com/ntE4yx9STq
Secret Service is coming under scrutiny after a man hopped the White House fence and made it through the front door. on.wsj.com/1scho5u
A new report estimates student loan burdens will reduce US home sales by 8% this year on.wsj.com/1rlFj0q pic.twitter.com/yFJxzSZuPI
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The NFL began as a league of ruined men, crippling violence, innovation and exquisite teamwork. Sort of like America. on.wsj.com/1p457Js
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Are U.S. soldiers dying from survivable wounds? on.wsj.com/1sciOgr pic.twitter.com/2TX1YlweOJ
A rare look at some of Bill Gates's personal investments: on.wsj.com/1wOfWaB pic.twitter.com/qWup9hhuuT
In last 10 wks, largest Dem super PACs have raised 4x as much as GOP ones, and have spent $60M to Republicans' $38M on.wsj.com/1p4A5B8
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Fence-Jumper makes it into the White House, sparks security review on.wsj.com/1sbNJJC via @jeffsparshott
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These cameras take photos with more vintage-style charm than you get from Instagram: on.wsj.com/1ukygDu pic.twitter.com/3U8bNFvV1S
LED headlights. Turn signals. Blurring the line between car and bicycle: on.wsj.com/1r7i9um pic.twitter.com/6dexRYP3OV
Why big acts like Taylor Swift and One Direction play radio stations' concerts for peanuts: on.wsj.com/1sFjcOM
$231.4 billion: Alibaba's market cap as of Friday's close. Alibaba's IPO, by the numbers: on.wsj.com/1ukCZFc $BABA
Alibaba's IPO splash, more uncertainty for the U.K., and an Afrikaans craze. Here is today's front page: pic.twitter.com/BRTOzuQKHD
We're now on WeChat. Scan to follow or add our official account using WeChat ID: TheWallStreetJournal pic.twitter.com/lShj4u2hWK
Working 9-to-420: Nearly 10% of Americans in a recent survey said they have gone to work high: on.wsj.com/1uk49fi
Alibaba's big debut, a less-United Kingdom, and a craze for Afrikaans. Take an early look at today's front page: pic.twitter.com/zRld3s5AfZ
Busy day? Catch up on today's top stories: on.wsj.com/1u7BRZ9
"We're very far from the knowledge needed to make good climate policy," says former Obama scientist Steven Koonin: on.wsj.com/1BUET44
How #Ferguson may have spurred a change to Facebook's news feed: on.wsj.com/1wJCgCj $FB
NFL wants to implement new personal conduct policies for its employees by the Super Bowl: on.wsj.com/1rmNU2P
End of very long Friday that stretched from Asia to US -- #Alibaba now valued at $231B, above Facebook, Amazon. on.wsj.com/1rleysO
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Roger Goodell took questions but offered few answers. Jason Gay on the NFL commissioner's immaculate deflection. on.wsj.com/1p4AtzF
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Report: The military has yet to fully adopt battlefield aid techniques that could help keep many wounded men alive. on.wsj.com/1ujL1OE
Alibaba's IPO will make Yahoo about $5.1 billion richer. on.wsj.com/1tzgtdU $YHOO $BABA
It's Friday. Almost time to slow down. Tune out. And read these 5 things that will benefit your brain: on.wsj.com/1u7tA7N
You don't need to be sleep-deprived to get ahead. How an extra hour of sleep can increase your salary: on.wsj.com/1r3mpeh
Alibaba shares surged 38% to $93.89 in market debut, making it one of the most valuable companies in the U.S. on.wsj.com/1u7BnlX $BABA
Goodbye payola; hello showola: Why Taylor Swift and One Direction play radio stations' concerts for peanuts on.wsj.com/1sbgK8i via @WSJ
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"If you have an iPhone 4S, you probably shouldn't bother updating it to the new iOS 8." on.wsj.com/1rkyn3G $AAPL
Doctors say this study is the most extensive look into the actual causes of death in war: on.wsj.com/1plM50m pic.twitter.com/0V29bJgjAQ
George R.R. Martin places the weight of Westeros behind Democratic Sen. Tom Udall: on.wsj.com/1rlIsNC pic.twitter.com/uT3ikBnHPE
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announced he is working to complete a new conduct policy for players and employees: on.wsj.com/1ukh4hy
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How are penguins similar to humans? A look at the private lives of penguins: on.wsj.com/1BRcvQk pic.twitter.com/FdYtBUblDl
Alibaba shares surge in trading debut. Scotland rejects independence. Long lines for iPhone 6. Today's top stories: on.wsj.com/1v0Wza4
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