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Hong Kong has been the top international source of large gifts to U.S. colleges from Jan. 2007 to Nov. 2013: on.wsj.com/1sVbLTI
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Veteran accused of jumping over White House fence served 2 Iraq tours, and returned with symptoms of mental illness on.wsj.com/1sVkwNt
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How the Secret Service is intensifying security after an intruder ran into the White House: on.wsj.com/1rhMANb pic.twitter.com/47f6BRDXtE
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Prosecutors allege White House fence jumper had more than 800 rounds of ammunition in his car. on.wsj.com/1r1lsEv
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7 investing lessons for teens (Hint: Go beyond encouraging them just to pick an individual stock) on.wsj.com/1r0MdsO
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Breaking: Obama administration issues new rules to combat tax inversions on.wsj.com/1qnTPiM
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What a wonderful world: stereo tape players in every car! The WSJ marveled at the concept in 1966. on.wsj.com/1x2M1eV via @WSJ
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Valeant's pursuit of Allergan just got harder. Actavis has made offer for Co. while Allergan tries to ink Salix deal: on.wsj.com/1siYji5
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Breaking: Botox maker Allergan rejected offer from Actavis on.wsj.com/1riZSdn
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Is it time to invest in bitcoin? What you need to know about cryptocurrencies: on.wsj.com/1rhpGGW pic.twitter.com/0wPU3Aw9j3
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Venezuela seeks the arrest of a doctor for saying deaths in a Maracay hospital could point to viral outbreak on.wsj.com/1C5AGdZ via @WSJ
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How the White House is changing security after an intruder ran into the mansion. on.wsj.com/1ymNDSl (Photo: AP) pic.twitter.com/3dQNYdkvW6
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How BlackBerry's new 'Passport' stacks up against Apple's iPhone 6 and Samsung's Galaxy S5: on.wsj.com/1ymQafh (fixed URL)
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Chelsea's son or daughter, due any day now, will be eligible to run for White House in 2052. on.wsj.com/1odZgBl pic.twitter.com/36gd1JlCtu
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Energy firms feeling the heat? Six commit to cut methane leaks in pact with UN, U.S. & others to fight #ClimateChange online.wsj.com/articles/six-e…
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U.S. trains rebels to fight ISIS. Blackberry has a new phone. Hong Kong loves U.S. colleges. Today's top stories: on.wsj.com/ZbfrK0
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Hong Kong has topped the list of donors to U.S. colleges, giving $181 million between Jan 2007 and Nov 2013 on.wsj.com/1C4Ze6P
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Some high-speed firms are slowing down to put data into the cloud before making a trade. on.wsj.com/1wGz7jC
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What happens to Yahoo's stock now that Alibaba is public? on.wsj.com/1r0qiC1 $YHOO $BABA
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Apple sold over 10 million new iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus devices in first weekend - a new high. on.wsj.com/1rfX5R2 pic.twitter.com/JbIwHa2Pwv
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Washington Wizards owner @TedLeonsis gives his scouting advice for investing in an "Internet of Things" startup blogs.wsj.com/accelerators/2…
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Poverty among Hispanics—who are 17% of the population—fell from 25.6% to 23.5% in '13. No other group saw a decline. on.wsj.com/1paUm89
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The SEC expects to pay a $30 million whistleblower award -- its largest yet: on.wsj.com/XNRpDf
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No Democracy, No School: Hong Kong students kick off week-long protest on.wsj.com/1sV0O4E #hkclassboycott
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Why Wall Street cares about inequality (It's consumption, stupid) on.wsj.com/1x1Vsv9 pic.twitter.com/jaqRDiHi9z
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Major railroads' revenue for hauling crude has jumped from $25.8m in 2008 to $2.15bn in 2013. on.wsj.com/1C2kz0Q pic.twitter.com/05o724bXPN
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The iPhone 6 holds up impressively well in drops, spills and slips, says insurer: on.wsj.com/1rioeEc
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We're speaking with @richardbranson tonight! Tweet us using the hashtag #AskBranson and we'll ask some of your questions in our chat.
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China is so hungry for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus that smuggled handsets are selling for double their US retail price. on.wsj.com/ZallLu
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Meet the heroes and villains of @Gotham, the new Batman show that premieres tonight: on.wsj.com/1uZgpDz pic.twitter.com/OmIBURqGZ1
The napkin-eating middleman in an insider-trading ring involving a prominent law firm has pleaded guilty on.wsj.com/1x1Ig9s via @WSJ
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Doctors nationwide are still using a gynecological tool months after FDA warned it can spread undetected cancer. on.wsj.com/1shEDep
Apple sold more iPhones this weekend than the entire population of these states combined: on.mktw.net/1x1AwV3 pic.twitter.com/cGghbttL6c
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Watch Emma Watson's United Nations speech on gender and women's rights: on.wsj.com/1v8RE7g via @WSJspeakeasy
In Canada, the amount of crude oil moving by rail has quadrupled since 2012. on.wsj.com/1B1IOd5 pic.twitter.com/5iK58Nopc0
Pew survey: More Americans support mixing religion and politics. on.wsj.com/XNtqUC pic.twitter.com/scsoz4CsPM
Why that pricey family vacation may not be a good thing for your kids in the long run on.wsj.com/XN3GYF pic.twitter.com/EhQBtKhH70
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What happens to Yahoo's stock now that Alibaba is public? on.wsj.com/1udxhZq $YHOO $BABA
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Total spending for people under 25 rising faster than income, 1993 vs. 2013: on.wsj.com/1x0x90y pic.twitter.com/Vpf32YLYCb
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Here are five reasons why parents should discuss their wills with their children on.wsj.com/1C1s0Fy via @WSJ
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Military docs find 1/4 of battlefield casualties died of potentially survivable wounds. on.wsj.com/1saOUcn pic.twitter.com/coyomLkkZP
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All Wesleyan University fraternities to include men and women in three years: on.wsj.com/1rhSJtU
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Oculus tech was used to create a virtual-reality news report about an Iowa farming family. on.wsj.com/1rg6A3Y pic.twitter.com/71vQrdHpkF
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Bicycles that blur the line between a bike and a car: on.wsj.com/XLJfLy pic.twitter.com/0aV4Rszdli
Crisis response expert says GM needs to strike a better tone in its response to recalls and vehicle deaths: on.wsj.com/1B1KPWA
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There are 2,325 billionaires in the world. But where do they live? And the millionaires? @jasonbellini explains: on.wsj.com/1uYbaUR