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The "Michael Jordan and LeBron James" of chess faced off in New York City on Monday. on.wsj.com/1pieioW pic.twitter.com/iPy23Qk3vz
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Buying "something special" is not a good reason to take a 401(k) loan on.wsj.com/1uGtvqa pic.twitter.com/tjgcgv7qqZ
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What's next for Shaun White? The two-time Olympic gold medalist sits down with @TanyaRivero: on.wsj.com/1wB1qCX pic.twitter.com/3OcciWhDVH
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Take a look at the rise of Asia's Internet giants: on.wsj.com/1u6etaP pic.twitter.com/UEUgvNKRoU
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Can OnePlus 'one up' Apple's new iPhones? Here's my latest review on the #OnePlusOne: on.wsj.com/1uFHNY2 pic.twitter.com/rNLbJGfi64
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How a Wall Street felon lived in luxury for 20 years while owing the govt $62m. online.wsj.com/articles/for-d… by @mrothfeld pic.twitter.com/wSzlet00NP
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With 200K workers at one site & 100 production lines working 24/7, Foxconn struggling to meet new iPhone preorders. blogs.wsj.com/digits/2014/09…
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Review: How to choose between iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus on.wsj.com/1sms3Vi pic.twitter.com/g3lAsXsbbr
Boeing and SpaceX share $6.8 billion in NASA space-taxi contracts on.wsj.com/1smqMxv pic.twitter.com/x7SwYbe5Pn
As Scotland votes, a fringe battle is brewing across the Atlantic: a tussle of the tartans in the Arctic. on.wsj.com/1o1LVMf via @WSJ
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Obama: #Ebola poses a new challenge for the U.S. military on.wsj.com/1uGaEeZ
A look at Al Qaeda's attempt to hijack a Pakistan Navy frigate and use it to target U.S. vessels in the Indian Ocean on.wsj.com/1smgzkE
From new email and iMessage tricks to the Health app. Everything you need to know about iOS 8, available later today: on.wsj.com/XB5rrS
My chat with Goldman's Garzarelli about the Fed, taper tantrums and the dollar juggernaut > blogs.wsj.com/moneybeat/2014… [vid]
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Ahead of the Alibaba IPO, 7 investors give their views of the risk and opportunity: on.wsj.com/1sm7I2A
An English teacher who collects Yugos found there are 25 road-going cars left in the UK on.wsj.com/1o0FQzz pic.twitter.com/JXkOTYgq0C
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Russia will set up a full-scale military unit in Crimea in response to the "rising foreign military presence" on.wsj.com/1tcA6bE
As Scotland prepares to vote, a battle brews in Canada over tartan designs on.wsj.com/1pj4f2O #Indyref
Here’s why one globe trotter refuses to use a travel app when arriving in a new city. on.wsj.com/1yfwXfv pic.twitter.com/ywOySIFHkV
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Investors offer views of risk and opportunity ahead of Alibaba's IPO: on.wsj.com/1piNGEc pic.twitter.com/905Tcjznfa
Xi Jinping implores Chinese tourists to stop eating so many instant noodles while overseas on.wsj.com/1r7SL83
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Defense officials see possible role for U.S. ground forces against Islamic state militants. on.wsj.com/1uFFqEB pic.twitter.com/4sDQuGz97J
Are Korean beers stinky? Top beer maker OB will spend $116M to improve Cass's bad bouquet. on.wsj.com/1r7KP6y pic.twitter.com/ZzcpM93Umv
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Sony expects to post a fiscal-year loss of more than $2 billion. Full story: on.wsj.com/1r7MR6N
Americans will be allowed to adopt needy children from Vietnam again after a 6-year break on.wsj.com/XzlYwL pic.twitter.com/Si3suuHyVq
Meet the biggest polluter in China's most polluted city: on.wsj.com/1wB5TWd pic.twitter.com/QHndMJ8NTl
Breaking: Sony expects to post a fiscal-year loss of more than $2 billion wsj.com
A former Hitler SS member at Auschwitz was charged with 300,000 counts of accessory to murder. on.wsj.com/1qIHR9t
Economists are not impressed with China central bank's $81 billion liquidity injection on.wsj.com/1qWSCE2
A zoo in northern Japan is asking visitors to name its cheetah quintuplets: on.wsj.com/1uDS3jM pic.twitter.com/xaLKfw1V9Z
Is it the soju that does it? American reportedly wanted to swim to meet Kim Jong Un. online.wsj.com/articles/south…
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Reading a book for 30 minutes can reduce stress and boost your concentration: on.wsj.com/1wA85gN pic.twitter.com/xeAjPXCnbp
"My clothes are covered in ash. The grain I dry on the roof is covered in ash" - stories from China's coal country on.wsj.com/XynkYr
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Here's an early look at the stories that made our front page: pic.twitter.com/5jYUyqxsy6
Apple's "cure for Android envy" a strong response to Samsung, which left iPhone "stuck in a bygone era called 2012." on.wsj.com/1yezDtT
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Women made 78.3 cents for every $1 a man made in 2013, vs. 76.5 cents a year earlier, Census reports. on.wsj.com/1wAsGRV
Dengue is spreading globally, but the solution may be starting in Indonesia:on.wsj.com/1taExU5
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In one giant leap for mankind, this astronaut will tune into college football while in orbit: on.wsj.com/1piv8E1 pic.twitter.com/YCa1FjDgtZ
It's been six years since Lehman Brothers collapsed. A look at its liquidation: on.wsj.com/1nXP140 pic.twitter.com/66DiiOeTWe
Five things to expect from Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to India: on.wsj.com/1piN6X4 pic.twitter.com/JU037oaxPT
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The WHO warns that the number of Ebola cases in West Africa could double every three weeks on.wsj.com/XzbqxC
Filmmaker Willie Chan, known as the man behind Jackie Chan, is selling his 2 houses for $10M. on.wsj.com/1uSgsQR pic.twitter.com/KhvU9cZFw9
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Islamic State's lucrative oil-smuggling operation involves trucks, mules and river rafts on.wsj.com/1wBx6bl pic.twitter.com/VNsjmSuZ5m
My latest: Alibaba comes with possible golden goose Alipay, but don't count the eggs before they've been laid. on.wsj.com/1uSe3pl
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After backlash, Apple provided step-by-step guide to removing your free U2 album from iTunes: on.wsj.com/1yc5ETb pic.twitter.com/lQhQrHLcaN
Did China just blink? WSJ confirms Beijing injected $81 billion into banks to bolster slowing growth. on.wsj.com/1o1z5NX
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