• Lifestyle
    Jim Gaffigan Gets Serious

    ‘Stand-up is grounded in meritocracy. You either get the laughs or you don’t,’ says Jim Gaffigan, who...

  • Entertainment
    Bill Maher, Ben Shapiro spar over civility

    HBO "Real Time" host Bill Maher opened up a discussion on civility in a politically charged America with...

  • Tech
    Comcast Blames Widespread Service Outage on Cut Fiber Lines

    An employee demonstrates the Xfinity app at Comcast Corp. headquarters in Philadelphia in October 2016. Photo: Charles Mostoller/Bloomberg News By Maria Armental Maria Armental The Wall Street Journal Biography @mjarmental maria.armental@wsj.com Updated June 29, 2018 8:57 p.m. ET 50 COMMENTS Cuts to two fiber lines caused a widespread system failure at cable...

  • Market News
    The Trans-Atlantic Catch-Up Trade Has Gone Awry

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  • Tech
    5 ways to slash your smartphone bills

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  • Lifestyle
    Bus driver screams at Taco Bell employees for 'playing' with her food

    A Texas bus driver was caught on video screaming and cursing at Taco Bell employees for “playing”...

  • World News
    Latvian Prosecutors Charge Top ECB Official With Taking Bribes

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  • Business News
    UK heatwave: Lettuce growers warn of imminent shortage

    There could be a shortage of lettuce in UK supermarkets as soon as the middle of next...

  • Business News
    GM Says Tariffs on Auto Imports Could Drive Up Prices, Hit U.S. Jobs

    General Motors Co., the nation’s largest auto maker by sales, wrote to the Commerce Department to express concerns about proposed tariffs on auto imports. Photo: Paul Sancya/Associated Press By Mike Colias Mike Colias The Wall Street Journal Biography @MikeColias mike.colias@wsj.com Updated June 29, 2018 9:32 p.m. ET 223 COMMENTS General Motors Co....

  • Lifestyle
    Intimations of Medieval Mortality

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