The Wall Street Journal


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U.S. Telecom Ban Takes Aim at China’s Huawei and ZTE

President Trump signed an executive order that allows the U.S. to ban telecommunications network gear and services from foreign adversaries, in a measure widely believed to be aimed at China and telecom companies including Huawei Technologies and ZTE.

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White House Wants Patients to Know Health-Care Prices Up Front

The Trump administration has been working behind the scenes for months on a strategy to force greater price disclosure across much of the $3.5 trillion health-care industry.

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Trump to Launch Fresh Immigration Overhaul Bid

President Trump will make a fresh bid Thursday to remake U.S. immigration policy, proposing an expansion of skills-based visas offset by new restrictions on refugees and family members—a proposal likely to ignite a dispute over issues that divide political parties and the country.

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U.S. Embassy in Iraq Orders Staff to Leave as Iran Tensions Rise

The U.S. ordered all its nonemergency diplomatic staff to leave Iraq immediately, as tensions rise with Iran over recent attacks against oil tankers and facilities in the Persian Gulf region.

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Thousands Cut Off by Closed Bridges After Missouri Floods

Two months after record floods swept down the Missouri River, closed bridges are still making life hard for local residents, turning commutes into ordeals and hurting businesses.

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PG&E Caused Fire That Killed 85, California Concludes

State investigators on Wednesday said they found that PG&E’s equipment sparked the deadliest wildfire in California history, putting additional pressure on a company already facing billions of dollars in potential liability costs.

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U.S. Economy Lost Some Steam at Start of Second Quarter

The U.S. economy got off to a sluggish start in the second quarter, with both consumers and manufacturers pulling back in April amid trade tensions, a global slowdown and waning effects of the 2017 tax cuts.

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The Dubious Management Fad Sweeping Corporate America

NPS—or net promoter score—is a measure of customer satisfaction that has developed a cultlike following among CEOs. An increasing number of companies use it to develop new products and assign bonuses. It also may be misleading.

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Boeing MAX: A Tale of Two Crashes

A Wall Street Journal analysis of official interim crash reports shows the parallels between the accidents that took 346 lives

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The Next Frontier in the Privacy Debate: Your Flight

Airlines soon will have extensive new ways to track passengers, raising new concerns about the balance between convenience and data security.

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‘Game of Thrones’ Spoiler Alert: A Spanish Doctor Will Tell You How It Ends

A Madrid surgeon has shared plot details about the hit show, turning him into a royal pain for HBO and a divisive figure among fans.

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