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Wall Street Journal
A #Cajun seafood boil makes for a perfect summer weekend meal. Our #recipe for this traditional South Louisiana meal features crawfish, crab and shrimp. Learn more about this dish and grab the recipe at the link in our profile. Happy eating! #food #foodfriday (Photo: @stephenkentjohnson for @WSJ)
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Economists react to first-quarter GDP: 'Even weaker than before, but...' on.wsj.com/1d3wQuz pic.twitter.com/AVlhyizKBc
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Yo ho ho and a bottle of Colorado-made rum? Yes, such a spirit exists. on.mktw.net/1HAisll pic.twitter.com/q6uGlKhPJh
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Introverts, it's true: Your friends are more popular than you. @mcjomcg on popularity bias wsj.com/articles/in-po… pic.twitter.com/6wh8zGmmc6
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Islamic State took responsibility for a car bombing at a Shiite mosque in Saudi Arabia: on.wsj.com/1Qf9XAN pic.twitter.com/3awWhoKWrB
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No U.S. economic recovery since 1981 has had a contraction. This recovery has seen three now. on.wsj.com/1d3lmag pic.twitter.com/X8aY9ljR3i
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Despite the turmoil that has rocked FIFA this week, its presidential election is still on: on.wsj.com/1PSg8Qw pic.twitter.com/sQiLZ3wnAU
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Sale of Path, a once-hot U.S. startup, to S. Korea's Kakao, underscores app's Asia appeal. on.wsj.com/1JY8orx pic.twitter.com/zA0Qjif8Ad
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With the unemployment rate now at 5.4%, the class of 2015 is among the luckiest in decades. on.wsj.com/1d2Ln9y pic.twitter.com/RTp71RHAAt
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Today's top news: Gerard Baker​ on FIFA's sponsors, jobhunting graduates and more: on.wsj.com/1HAeKZ2 pic.twitter.com/T82pAsO5ES
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Saffron shirts, sparkly tops and fuchsia shorts. A sneak-peek into Gap's first store in India. on.wsj.com/1eCqOlI pic.twitter.com/9gwKhe10gM
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Back in demand: “For a lot of majors it’s a truly great time to be graduating from college.” on.wsj.com/1AxXW82 pic.twitter.com/ljaw5XZwGV
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‘I was motivated by my conscience,' says the Chinese student who penned a letter on Tiananmen blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/… pic.twitter.com/OSkAwCPdsu
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Here's what Nigeria's new president is looking to accomplish in his first few months on.wsj.com/1eCakKf pic.twitter.com/d3M8zhUK7N
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Billions of dollars-worth of metal is being moved to places it can't be easily spotted on.wsj.com/1PS0ggS pic.twitter.com/Qm5np4eRhG
FIFA President Sepp Blatter gears up for election amid corruption scandal on.wsj.com/1SG06bq pic.twitter.com/TdOFJzGEx5
HSBC should stay put and get bigger, or leave and shrink — UBS on.wsj.com/1HzLG3W pic.twitter.com/JG71usBs41
Beijing’s ambassador to the U.S. warns against "anti-China" alliances on.wsj.com/1Bt6DLQ pic.twitter.com/vvWe6UrC6q
India's killer heatwave has killed more than 1,400 people and has melted roads. on.wsj.com/1FdRUVB pic.twitter.com/RqxwISIHS8
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The lure of China’s markets is drawing companies that already have listed in the U.S. on.wsj.com/1HQDX70 pic.twitter.com/LgFtB5Nw0M