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Firefighters Salvage Basic Structure of Ravaged Notre Dame Cathedral

A fire ripped through Notre Dame Cathedral, bringing down the legendary Gothic church’s main spire and parts of its majestic roof and ravaging a monument at the heart of the French nation.

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Mueller Report Expected to Be Released Thursday

Attorney General William Barr expects to provide special counsel Robert Mueller’s report to Congress and the public on Thursday, a Justice Department official said.

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Goldman Profit Falls, Weighed Down by Reliance on Trading

Goldman Sachs‘s first-quarter profit fell 21% from a year ago as quiet trading and underwriting conditions took a toll across Wall Street.

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SpaceX Raising $500 Million Amid Internal Questions Over Satellite Plan

Elon Musk’s SpaceX is raising another $500 million in funding as its president has raised questions about the viability of an internet-via-satellite business considered key to the company’s growth.

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American Airlines Devising Extra Training for Boeing 737 Crews

American Airlines, after saying for months that its pilots didn’t need additional ground-simulator experience on Boeing 737 MAX jets, is moving to add such instruction to existing training sessions.

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Best Buy to Switch Leaders

Best Buy named Corie Barry, currently chief financial and strategic transformation officer, as its new chief executive.

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WSJ Wins Pulitzer for Investigation Into Trump Hush-Money Payments

The Wall Street Journal won a Pulitzer Prize for a series of articles that detailed hush-money payments to two women who said they had affairs with President Trump.

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OPEC Has a New Best Friend: Russia

Vladimir Putin has helped resolve conflicts within the oil cartel by wielding Russia’s power as a major oil producer. That has given the country considerable influence over the direction of the world’s $1.7 trillion crude-oil market, and more power in the Middle East.

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Trump to Award Woods the Presidential Medal of Freedom

President Trump said that he intends to present golfer Tiger Woods with the nation’s highest civilian award, the presidential Medal of Freedom, following his dramatic win at the Masters.

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Greenwich Home Sellers Give In to Market Realities

Houses in the famed Connecticut suburb are selling for less—sometimes a lot less; a stately Colonial heads to the auction block.

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Loughlin Pleads Not Guilty in College-Admissions Case

Actress Lori Loughlin and her husband, fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, pleaded not guilty to charges in connection with the college-admissions cheating scandal.

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