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Former Nickelodeon star Jennette McCurdy’s memoir, "I'm Glad My Mom Died," sold out in a day, far exceeding sales expectations. While its publisher awaits a second printing, a secondary market has emerged. So have counterfeits. on.wsj.com/3A1a7fa
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“We’re farmers, we’re not really warriors,” says one Ukrainian recruit. Tell that to Bradley Crawford, a former U.S. Army sergeant who is training them to fight Russians. on.wsj.com/3bZn9BR
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If you want to live in this Washington D.C. suburb, be prepared for a long house hunt on.wsj.com/3SVwL0V
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A federal judge ordered CVS, Walgreens and Walmart to pay $650 million to two Ohio counties for contributing to the opioid epidemic on.wsj.com/3wbR9Ba
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Former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo doesn’t have to pay back the money he earned from a $5.1 million book deal after a New York state judge Tuesday dismissed an earlier order from the state ethics commission on.wsj.com/3A3eBSq
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Russia’s intelligence services were hunting for saboteurs in Crimea on Wednesday after an explosion at an ammunition depot rattled Moscow’s grip on the peninsula on.wsj.com/3C7ZycO
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Despite worse-than-expected numbers, Target shares only dipped modestly. @JinjLee explains why. #WSJWhatsNow on.wsj.com/3SS3ggJ
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Iranian demands for guarantees from the U.S. have once again stalled efforts to revive a 2015 nuclear pact, leaving Washington and European capitals unsure if a deal is possible on.wsj.com/3AtAkUR
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Former Vice President Mike Pence condemned threats against the Federal Bureau of Investigation that officials say have increased since the Aug. 8 search of former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home on.wsj.com/3QLq93e
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From @WSJopinion: A sensible border policy would provide ways for economic migrants to enter U.S. labor markets that are clearly struggling to find workers, but lawmakers are too busy using them as political pawns, writes @jasonrileywsj on.wsj.com/3JYNU5K
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A Florida prosecutor has sued Gov. Ron DeSantis, alleging the governor violated his First Amendment rights when he suspended him from office on.wsj.com/3A5JIwH
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Stocks pared losses after Fed minutes from last month's meeting showed officials discussed how and when to slow rate increases on.wsj.com/3CcPPlr
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The Food and Drug Administration approved a gene therapy from Bluebird Bio, a first-of-its-kind treatment that represents a potential cure for a rare blood disorder at a price of $2.8 million per patient on.wsj.com/3dvRND3
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Our experts concluded that Mint is the best budgeting app overall, and best for new budgeters who want an easy way to see where all their money is going. trib.al/jbSgKLt
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A Sicilian-born businessman spent around $14 million to build a 118-foot yacht with a beach house vibe to cruise the Mediterranean coast. Here's a look inside the living salon on the main deck. on.wsj.com/3waXqND
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It’s the rise of the baby concierge: Luxury hotels are rolling out services aimed at parents traveling with little ones, including nannies for newborns, baby food from room service and baby-proofed rooms on.wsj.com/3PpstMs
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China’s People’s Liberation Army said it is set to join military exercises led by Russia, in the latest demonstration of partnership between the U.S. rivals on.wsj.com/3SPQUFE
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The United Kingdom will pay thousands of people who were infected with Hepatitis C or HIV through contaminated blood about $120,000 each, the government said on.wsj.com/3QTJNKr
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Cold pizza isn't enough. Workers check office menus for favorite gourmet offerings before heading in. "The way to my heart is absolutely through my stomach." on.wsj.com/3SQAqxb
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Flash floods killed 135 people and caused $2.4 billion in property damage in 2021, according to the National Weather Service. Here’s what you need to know about them and how to stay safe if you get caught in one. on.wsj.com/3dFHqNn
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From @WSJopinion: An FDA rule will let Americans buy hearing aids over the counter rather than by prescription. It’s the Biden Administration’s best move on regulation to date, though opening up the hearing-aid market has been a bipartisan effort. on.wsj.com/3PtteUQ
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CDC Director Rochelle Walensky said she will restructure the agency to address shortcomings during the Covid-19 pandemic on.wsj.com/3PwBB1Z
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Amazon is testing a feature in its app that would show users a TikTok-style photo and video feed of products for shoppers to share with other users on.wsj.com/3CdKkmG
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After being roundly defeated in her Wyoming Republican primary, Rep. Liz Cheney says she will now focus on stopping former President Donald Trump from holding a powerful government office again on.wsj.com/3SVuaEg
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What do golfers agree to when they sign on with LIV Golf? The Wall Street Journal reviewed one of the contracts—and it contained some surprising terms on.wsj.com/3wyKQYT
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As the economy shows signs of cooling, CEOs are changing their tone, explains @ChipCutter #WSJWhatsNow on.wsj.com/3c1CHoD
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Our Heard on the Street columnists are competing to find the best-performing stock. See their ideas. on.wsj.com/3CdHRIP
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Many of today’s workers aren’t interested in making friends on the job. “I don’t want to put in eight, nine, 10 hours and go out and have a beer—and talk about work for another four hours.” on.wsj.com/3CdqZSC
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Monkeypox has been detected in an Italian greyhound whose owners had an onset of symptoms, according to a medical journal report, evidencing how the virus might spread from humans to pets on.wsj.com/3QRH8B2
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iPhone? Do not buy. AirPods Pro? Do not buy. MacBook Air? Go right ahead. It’s the time of year when @JoannaStern gets serious about your spending on Apple gadgets. on.wsj.com/3ppUusB
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“We’re farmers, we’re not really warriors,” says one Ukrainian recruit. Tell that to Bradley Crawford, a former U.S. Army sergeant who is training them to fight Russians. on.wsj.com/3pqUMja
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Democrats made programs such as universal prekindergarten and paid leave a central part of their agenda, and yet none of those policies were included in the legislative package ultimately signed into law by President Biden on.wsj.com/3Cdregn
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From @WSJopinion: I saw Ronald Reagan put the country’s interests ahead of his own more than once. We could use a leader like that now, writes Phil Gramm. on.wsj.com/3psUfNz
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Soldiers who served with the man who attacked an FBI office in Cincinnati with a nail gun recalled an awkward but earnest colleague who didn’t appear to be an extremist on.wsj.com/3QzNzcu
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Severe drought conditions in the U.S. are prompting forecasts for the weakest cotton harvest in more than a decade and driving up prices #WSJWhatsNow on.wsj.com/3zZM6ox
Companies are set to start labeling plastic packaging used for yogurt, cottage cheese and butter as “widely recyclable,” sparking opposition from environmental groups who say the change risks misleading consumers on.wsj.com/3po6x9N
Port congestion continues to haunt global trade, spreading fresh fears among exporters and importers over whether massive amounts of cargo will be delivered on time for the busy, year-end shopping season on.wsj.com/3K4b1fh
You know you’ll get extra legroom if you pay for it. But beyond that, the perks can vary widely by airline. Are you getting early boarding? Dedicated overhead-bin space? Or nothing? on.wsj.com/3bV5aMZ
Georgia has welcomed Russian émigrés with open arms, hoping to benefit from its neighbor’s brain drain on.wsj.com/3QunWtj
AMC outlined plans this month to issue a special dividend, sending its shares soaring. Here’s what the cinema chain's shareholders should know. on.wsj.com/3CkqlT4
Video: Wyoming Republican Rep. Liz Cheney, who voted to impeach former President Donald Trump, lost her re-election bid. She said she’ll do whatever it takes to keep him out of the White House. on.wsj.com/3dEfWHT
U.S. retail spending was flat in July. Lower prices at the pump reduced gas sales, but allowed spending elsewhere. on.wsj.com/3pm7waG
Stock futures fell as investors eyed Target's earnings and awaited the Federal Reserve's minutes. Follow the latest markets updates. on.wsj.com/3SWPOYY
Gambling operators poured hundreds of millions of dollars into chasing new customers as more states adopted online sports betting. Now, the companies are revisiting their game plans. on.wsj.com/3SYgj04
Russian missiles struck two Ukrainian port cities, after a series of explosions in Crimea on.wsj.com/3QK8yss
SPACs were one of the hottest investments on Wall Street early last year. Fast forward 18 months and much of the air is out of the bubble. on.wsj.com/3SPM0bT
The owner of the American Dream mall, the most expensive U.S. shopping center ever built, is behind on its bills on.wsj.com/3ApBkJO
Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted that he was going to buy English soccer team Manchester United, considered one of the world’s most valuable sports brands, before revealing it was a joke #WSJWhatsNow on.wsj.com/3K2Jsms
Trying to remember if you’re vaccinated against polio? Young adults are asking the one person who “knows everything”: mom. on.wsj.com/3dCE0KY
Target’s profit fell further than the retailer had anticipated as it worked to unload excess inventory on.wsj.com/3puY6te
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