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President Biden often talks about profitable companies that pay no U.S. taxes. Democratic tax increases wouldn’t necessarily stop that, on.wsj.com/3u6j03w
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Financial regulators have trumpeted a tougher line on cryptocurrencies. That hasn’t stopped a number of DeFi funds from investing in them with gusto—and at considerable risk. on.wsj.com/3AGbuyL
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President Biden on Friday will host the leaders of Australia, India and Japan in an attempt to strengthen an alliance that shares concerns about China on.wsj.com/3ucmdPg
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Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa said he plans to run for an eighth term, a decision that should boost Republican prospects of holding his seat and potentially gaining control of the chamber in 2022 on.wsj.com/3kCzjBU
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PwC didn’t include a going-concern warning in its annual report for ailing property developer China Evergrande on.wsj.com/3ualnCg
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North Korea dismissed a proposal by South Korea’s president for a peace declaration, calling the proposition premature on.wsj.com/3ENgswb
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“They’ve promised to kill me”: Some 200 female Afghan lawyers and judges, unemployed and vulnerable to Taliban retribution, remain stuck in Kabul on.wsj.com/3m0SbdE
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China’s central bank said all cryptocurrency-related transactions are illegal. The price of bitcoin fell. on.wsj.com/3ENaKKL
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The CDC director said workers at high risk of Covid-19 infection should get a Pfizer vaccine booster, overruling the recommendation of an advisory panel on.wsj.com/39A9BI8
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Governments around the world have long encouraged motorists to buy electric cars. Now they are starting to grapple with a consequence of the green drive: dwindling income from fuel taxes. on.wsj.com/2XDTtTb
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Amazon is planning a regional base in South Africa. Objectors say the site is sacred. on.wsj.com/3EMbvno
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A Republican-led review of the Arizona presidential election results didn’t change President Biden’s victory, according to the county where the audit was conducted on.wsj.com/2XND6nF
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Concerns about Evergrande and its peers have combined with worries over a slowdown in steel production in China that some analysts think could last until early next year on.wsj.com/39x058z
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In China, foreign businesses say they are grappling with nationalistic consumers, closed borders and growing favoritism by the government toward local companies on.wsj.com/39vSuai
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The U.K., preparing to host thousands of people at the U.N. Climate Change summit, is trying to make sure they have all had a chance to get vaccinated on.wsj.com/3CW76g3
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The House passed a $777.9 billion annual defense-policy bill authorizing billions of dollars more in fiscal year funding for the Pentagon than President Biden had requested on.wsj.com/3zA1khJ
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The Biden administration is seeking more information from companies struggling with the global chip shortage, an effort designed to increase transparency in supply chains and ease bottlenecks on.wsj.com/3ADM7xE
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Nike reported a 16% rise in quarterly revenue, but said production problems in Asia and trans-Pacific shipping delays are constraining sales on.wsj.com/3i1GPF1
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Nobody geeks out quite like wine lovers. These wine websites offer insider info and industrial analysis plus practical serving advice and detailed tasting notes, all delivered with a delicious degree of sheer geekery. on.wsj.com/2XMoBAv
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Global investors who own China Evergrande’s U.S. dollar bonds were in the dark about whether the property giant would make a key interest payment on.wsj.com/39y7vsd
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Taylor Heinicke was taking the highest-level math classes at Old Dominion when the Washington Football Team called. This is what his professors said. on.wsj.com/3lSnUgL
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Review: "Midnight Mass," Mike Flanagan’s new horror series on Netflix, is set in a remote island parish where strange things start happening on.wsj.com/2XFG64U
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The inside story of Alex Murdaugh, scion of a once-powerful South Carolina family now wrapped up in a tale of drugs, murder and fraud. “The shoes drop on this caterpillar every single day.” on.wsj.com/39xk3jC
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The unprecedented wave of Haitian migrants at the U.S. southern border is also causing a migration crisis in Mexico, which now must contend with thousands of asylum seekers turned back by the U.S. on.wsj.com/3EK9cRN
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From @WSJopinion: Even with climate change, the world isn’t doomed, writes @BjornLomborg. Humanity has overcome far greater problems before and can do so again. on.wsj.com/3CTMNQn
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Obituary: Melvin Van Peebles, an independent filmmaker known for the film “Sweet Sweetback’s Baadasssss Song,” died Tuesday in Manhattan. He was 89. on.wsj.com/3o0KUNg
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Shapewear was once considered a corrective tool meant to be hidden under your regular clothing. These days, sporting it out and about has emerged as an unexpected trend. on.wsj.com/39uXlZk
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This Rhode Island house, made famous by "The Conjuring" movie franchise, is for sale. The sellers have allowed paranormal investigators to stay at the property and now they hope someone else will "take over the business." on.wsj.com/3kEccap
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Five deaths. A missing rifle. Alleged embezzlement. A powerful family. The inside story of Alex Murdaugh, the lawyer who tried to stage his own murder. on.wsj.com/3EGJGwN
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"I have become a complete plant nerd." Buildings that incorporate plants, outdoor space and natural ventilation are growing in popularity, especially in places where these features are hard to come by. on.wsj.com/3nY18a9
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A new discovery reveals humans were living in the American Southwest alongside dire wolves and mammoths, far earlier than scientists thought on.wsj.com/3u8AAE1
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Democratic leaders are racing to find agreement around a roughly $3.5 trillion spending package to assuage concerns between the party’s dueling centrist and liberal factions, which threaten to derail a separate vote on an infrastructure package on.wsj.com/3i1F8Y5
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Hospitals in Alaska can begin rationing and prioritizing medical resources after officials activated crisis standards of care amid a Covid-19 surge, the second state to do so this month on.wsj.com/3ACpPwl
David S. Goyer brings Isaac Asimov’s “Foundation” novels to the screen, and “The Wonder Years” gets a new family. Plus, Billy Bob Thornton says goodbye to the character that is most like himself. Here’s where to stream it all. on.wsj.com/3zEcwKp
“So overwhelmed with everything.” Women are burned out from pandemic chores. Here’s how to make things fair at home. on.wsj.com/3ACr0vN
A House committee has subpoenaed four former Trump officials, including Mark Meadows and Steve Bannon, as part of a probe into the Jan. 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol on.wsj.com/3lQyipv
From @WSJopinion: Beijing’s obsession with national security puts key economic sectors, including finance, firmly within the state’s purview, write @denniswhkwok and @Johnny_HKWatch on.wsj.com/3zytWIs
Scientists are working to develop Covid-19 vaccines targeting the highly transmissible Delta variant. Here's how existing mRNA vaccines can be tweaked to take mutations into account. on.wsj.com/39vCMft
Heard on the Street: If Americans ever feel comfortable again, they have a lot of money that they can spend. But who knows when that comfort will come? on.wsj.com/3uan03c
The new junior competition in Fat Bear Week in Alaska is looking both cute and ferocious. One cub contender "is looking extremely pudgy.” on.wsj.com/39xnJ4M
First impressions matter, even in today’s red-hot real-estate market—and designing a grand entrance could make a big difference on.wsj.com/2XTPzpJ
Barry Diller’s IAC is in advanced talks to acquire magazine publisher Meredith in a deal expected to be valued at more than $2.5 billion, people familiar with the matter say on.wsj.com/3zGQsi5
🎧 Listen: In today's episode of The Journal podcast,@Lingling_Weii details how Chinese President Xi Jinping's personal ideological shift to Mao-style socialism has led the Chinese government to rein in the power of private corporationson.wsj.com/3EEUHP0S
Fintech lender Affirm Holdings is relying more on financing from investors instead of lenders to fund its growth as its “buy now, pay later” installment plans are becoming more popular on.wsj.com/3u75v3s
Can’t get the shower faucet turned to just the right temperature? You’ve run afoul of the Intermediate Value Theorem, our columnist writes on.wsj.com/3zBtvgk
President Biden’s decision to carry out a large-scale deportation of Haitian migrants while allowing some to stay has drawn sharp blowback from Democrats and Republicans to both approaches, and for his broader immigration policies on.wsj.com/3EWDLUz
One person was killed and 12 were injured in a shooting at a Kroger grocery store in Tennessee. The shooter is also dead, according to police. on.wsj.com/3zN0u1z
A CDC panel recommended Pfizer Covid-19 boosters for seniors and some adults with underlying medical conditions, but not adults at high risk of exposure at work on.wsj.com/3AEqJZ1
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