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Germany’s ruling coalition is seeking to strip former chancellor Gerhard Schröder of his office in the country’s parliament over increased criticism of his refusal to distance himself from Russian President Vladimir Putin on.wsj.com/3Lp0KJB
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Elon Musk’s concern over Twitter bots may be a way to renege on his commitment to buy the company, explains @DoubleLJSquared #WSJWhatsNow on.wsj.com/3NqBFjc
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New York Gov. Kathy Hochul aims to strengthen “red flag” measures that would take guns from individuals believed to be at risk to themselves or others, part of a multifaceted response to the mass shooting in Buffalo on.wsj.com/3wq1zxz
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Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said the U.S. would likely prevent American investors from receiving payments on Russian debt, a decision that could push Russia toward default on its foreign debts for the first time since 1918 on.wsj.com/3wvpHOe
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U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team Coach Gregg Berhalter hailed the new labor deal equalizing pay structures for the men’s and women’s teams as a global marker for sports. #WSJFuture on.wsj.com/3FZOLkA
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From @WSJopinion: Tragedies today no longer can be understood as such by our elites. Instead, they too often are viewed through ideological prisms to advance a preferred narrative, writes @jasonrileywsj on.wsj.com/3wAypef
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Martin Shkreli, the so-called “pharma bro” who was widely criticized for raising the price of a lifesaving AIDS drug, has been released from federal prison on.wsj.com/3wqdefU
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When it comes to the burgers at McDonald’s and Wendy’s, size apparently really does matter: A lawsuit alleges the fast-food giants have wrongly advertised the size of their various cheeseburgers on.wsj.com/3Nku2ur
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A 21-year-old Russian tank-unit officer pleaded guilty to firing several shots at an unarmed man, in Ukraine’s first war-crimes trial since Russia’s invasion. Moscow has denied targeting civilians. on.wsj.com/3Pw4yvQ
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Planned Parenthood CEO Alexis McGill Johnson says that the White House has been working behind the scenes to help ensure abortion access. #WSJFuture on.wsj.com/3sMw8vd
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There are signs Elon Musk may be getting cold feet a few weeks after he agreed to buy Twitter for $44 billion. Here are the Tesla CEO’s options should he try to exit the deal. on.wsj.com/3NjO7B9
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Great meetings are small, short and don’t involve status updates, explains @KathrynDill #WSJWhatsNow on.wsj.com/3syaydO
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Frontier Airlines CEO Barry Biffle explains why higher airfares could persist for years #WSJFuture on.wsj.com/3MxWNnC
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From @WSJopinion: Who is responsible for the value of the U.S. dollar? The Fed’s independence gives Americans no democratic recourse when the currency is debased, writes @judyshel on.wsj.com/3NnrwUd
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