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A stunning timelapse of the earth from space: on.wsj.com/1wiAIMw
Why it's hard for kids to learn math in English: on.wsj.com/X820ZB pic.twitter.com/Ivpbd1o38h
If you want to create and capture lasting value, look to build a monopoly, writes @peterthiel: on.wsj.com/1q16SX2
The English town on the Scottish border caught in the middle of the independence vote: on.wsj.com/1s4mXgl pic.twitter.com/Z4RkZDSjjm
Culture clash: Minecraft fans fear Microsoft takeover on.wsj.com/1qOid2e pic.twitter.com/oz9ByPuQ37
Swedes are going to the polls: Election may lead to end of Fredrik Reinfeldt's government on.wsj.com/1m3uIa2 via @WSJ
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Berkeley topped list of best public universities in the U.S.: on.wsj.com/1AGW3jp pic.twitter.com/iw39PSp5Fd
It's easier for small children to learn math concepts in Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Turkish than in English. on.wsj.com/X839jM
Can Apple solve the riddle of mobile payments with Apple Pay? on.wsj.com/1wiAKUt pic.twitter.com/OObwS2GQB6
5 top stories to read this weekend: on.wsj.com/XdT4lu
10 tales from Branford Marsalis' time spent with the Grateful Dead: on.wsj.com/1uLF2Ti
It's easier for small children to learn math concepts in Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Turkish than in English. on.wsj.com/ZjxehV
Where you go to college can affect how much money you make when you leave, survey finds. on.wsj.com/1qOhzSm pic.twitter.com/OKGuvnLU8u
Breaking: U.K. government says all signs are that video showing beheading of David Haines is genuine on.wsj.com/1oIirTF
A morning in the life of a modern milk man: on.wsj.com/ZjxA84 pic.twitter.com/eMRWXGKEPC
President Obama is now less popular than George W. Bush, according to new poll. on.wsj.com/1AGUzp8
6.9 million Americans 50 and older had student debt in 2012, up from 3 million in 2005. on.wsj.com/1qKwcFW
Breaking: North Korea's Supreme Court sentences U.S. citizen Matthew Miller to six years of hard labor wsj.com
Poll: 47% of Americans believe the U.S. is less safe than it was before Sept. 11, 2001. on.wsj.com/1wiAMf9 pic.twitter.com/KhGseYpNFd
Which smartphone would you buy? A side-by-side comparison, including Apple's iPhone 6: on.wsj.com/1us7j2Y pic.twitter.com/EI4CkKT6K1
In an experiment, children who spent 5 days without electronics were better at reading others' emotions. on.wsj.com/1pXxXdE
Intensity over endurance: Why running a mile may be better than training for a marathon on.wsj.com/1pXu3Bw
The No. 5 hottest song of summer 2014 actually dates back to summer of 2012: on.wsj.com/1qKxReF pic.twitter.com/TUXH9IiM98
Sprint's new CEO aims to return the troubled carrier to its roots: unlimited data plans. on.wsj.com/ZjoAjm
Fear over the spread of Islamic State means parties often at odds now share a common enemy on.wsj.com/1AGW4DP pic.twitter.com/TY3InFf1nB
U.S. Mint lost $55 million producing pennies in 2013, when the coin cost 1.83 cents to make. on.wsj.com/1uLFd0N
Breaking: Mayweather defeats Maidana by unanimous decision. on.wsj.com/1uBnMAU
How the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus compare with their predecessor and the Galaxy S5 on.wsj.com/1qKufJB pic.twitter.com/fqI6pPFWwy
Scientists have identified the Spinosaurus, a dinosaur that was a superb swimmer. on.wsj.com/1us6OWK pic.twitter.com/37ZjRJeDFf
Couples on different sleep schedules can expect conflict - and adapt: on.wsj.com/YDU2ZI
Statement by the President on the Death of David Haines on.wsj.com/1s1HG4v
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Breaking: The Journal is live blogging the fight between Floyd Mayweather and Marcos Maidana. on.wsj.com/1uBnMAU
Should children be held back for kindergarten? on.wsj.com/1witBn7 pic.twitter.com/kf1WmEB1gN
The name of Apple's smartwatch wasn't a secret - at least in Trinidad and Tobago on.wsj.com/1wiAFQB pic.twitter.com/PwozpQy8mB
Burger King Japan brings back popular black burgers: on.wsj.com/1us6bwr pic.twitter.com/698zXz4Blf
Albino lobsters are about one in 100 million. See more photos of these rare sea creatures: on.wsj.com/1pXrTC3 pic.twitter.com/yk3fBJhdN4
Of the nearly 59,000 centenarians in Japan, 87% are women: on.wsj.com/YEa85o
"Overseas Americans are facing restrictions and lockouts from both U.S. and foreign financial firms." on.wsj.com/1qJg9Ij
More on Islamic State video claiming to show beheading of British aid worker David Haines: on.wsj.com/1wkaAAQ
Atlanta Hawks apologize to city, fans for 'years' of insensitive behavior: on.wsj.com/1AKVvJe
Breaking: Islamic State video claims to show beheading of British man. wsj.com
The rise of the black kitchen: on.wsj.com/ZkByNG (Photo: Sam Gray) pic.twitter.com/QKXIVIY7Xq
Nearly 50 fights into his career, @FloydMayweather is now obsessed with his legacy: on.wsj.com/1qxxUvl pic.twitter.com/wJaTdXW7LN
Anatomy of a hit: how "Young Frankenstein" inspired @Aerosmith to write "Walk This Way." on.wsj.com/XcXiKj
A fireside chat with Berkshire Hathaway Vice Chairman Charles Munger: on.wsj.com/1qMtEXU
The Vendy Awards, a culinary competition of New York street vendors, turns 10 years old on.wsj.com/YEfc9W pic.twitter.com/XQ9Ht9HIdz
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If you want to create and capture lasting value, look to build a monopoly, writes @peterthiel: on.wsj.com/XdDSVz
5 top stories to read this weekend: on.wsj.com/1AKwRIA