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Xi Says China Will Continue Efforts to Assimilate Muslims in Xinjiang – The Wall Street Journal

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HONG KONG—Chinese leader Xi Jinping declared success in his approach to governing the region of Xinjiang, signaling no letup in the Communist Party’s forceful campaign to assimilate millions of ethnic Muslims on the country’s northwestern frontier. “Practice has proven that the party’s strategy for governing Xinjiang in the new era is completely correct,” and it…

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Who Is Judge Amy Coney Barrett, Trump’s Supreme Court Pick?

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Now Playing 9/25/2020 6:42PM      Judge Amy Coney Barrett, President Trump’s Supreme Court pick, has shared — in her own words — how she thinks justices should approach hot-button social issues. WSJ’s Jason Bellini reports. Photo: Robert Franklin/South Bend Tribune via AP Up Next Editor Picks Shelf 2:05 Anthony Fauci on What It Will Take to…

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Where Are the Sonic Games at Tokyo Game Show 2020?

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Sega announced that new Sonic information would be released on the 20th of every month this year.Due to the pandemic, those plans appear to have changed entirely.It’s been months, and we didn’t even get any info from TGS 2020.For some reason, 2020 was supposed to be Sonic’s year. Back in January, Sega promised us Sonic […]

TikTok’s Fate Coming to a Head – The Wall Street Journal

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This weekend could be pivotal for TikTok and its partners, who are working to avert a looming U.S. ban on downloads of the popular video-sharing app and see through a deal that meets the approval of the American and Chinese governments. A week after that preliminary deal was struck, it is still hard to predict what…

IPO Market Parties Like It’s 1999 – The Wall Street Journal

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Many businesses are struggling. Millions of Americans are out of work. But the IPO market is the hottest it’s been in years—and 2020 could be its biggest year ever. With three months left on the calendar, U.S.-listed initial public offerings have raised nearly $95 billion through Wednesday, according to data provider Dealogic. That already surpasses…

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Can Amazon Luna Succeed Where Google Stadia Failed?

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Amazon has revealed its new cloud gaming service called Luna.Subscribers can access a growing library of games through channels, including one dedicated to publisher Ubisoft, starting at $5.99 a month.Luna has all the cards in hand to deliver on the squandered promise of Google Stadia.Amazon has officially announced that it is jumping into the cloud […]

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Barclays Foolishly Upgrades Cruise Stocks, Even With Bankruptcy Risk

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Barclays upgraded the cruise line stocks.Cruise lines may get permission to start operating next week.Long-term cruise trends suggest the pain isn’t over for the industry.Barclays, the major bank involved in the LIBOR scandal, and often-fined by the SEC for money laundering and other financial crimes, has a new suggestion for retail investors: Buy the cruise […]

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Protests Continue Into Third Night After Breonna Taylor Decision

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Now Playing 9/26/2020 11:44AM      Protests over a Kentucky grand jury decision in the Breonna Taylor case stretched into a third night on Friday in cities including Louisville, Ky., Los Angeles, New York and Boston. Photo: Leslie Spurlock/Zuma Press Up Next Editor Picks Shelf 2:05 Anthony Fauci on What It Will Take to Put Covid-19 Behind…

China Razed Thousands of Xinjiang Mosques in Assimilation Push, Report Says – The Wall Street Journal

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New research shows Chinese authorities have razed or damaged two-thirds of the mosques in China’s remote northwestern region of Xinjiang, further illuminating the scope of a forced cultural-assimilation campaign targeting millions of Uighur Muslims. In a report published Friday, the Australian Strategic Policy Institute said satellite imagery showed that roughly 8,500 mosques, close to a…

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DrDisrespect Proves His Ignorance With Next-Gen Console Opinion

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DrDisrespect commented on next-gen consoles.His opinion is strongly misinformed.Will he influence other gamers, or will people see through his claims?Which next-gen console is best? Everyone has an opinion, and there’s technically no such thing as a “wrong” one, but there is such thing as an uninformed view. Popular streamer DrDisrespect has just that – an […]

The IRS Sets a Trap for Cryptocurrency Tax Cheats

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Cryptocurrency holders, beware: A surprising change to your 2020 tax form is about to strip away excuses for ignoring the tax rules on bitcoin, ether or other digital currencies. The Internal Revenue Service plans to alter the standard 1040 form by putting this question on the front page: At any time during 2020, did you…

More Homes Going Dark as Moratoriums on Utility Shut-Offs End…

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Latoya Dandridge was laid off from her school cafeteria job in March during the coronavirus shutdown. Six months later, she is now anxiously waiting for the moment when her electricity will be shut off. In North Carolina, where Ms. Dandridge lives, a moratorium on utility disconnections ended Sept. 1. Similar reprieves imposed during the pandemic…

Breonna Taylor Case Prosecutor Known as Republican to Watch…

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Disputes over a grand jury’s decision in the Breonna Taylor case are focusing a spotlight on Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, a rising Republican star who handled the investigation into her death. A protégé of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell who drew an endorsement from President Trump, Mr. Cameron, 34 years old, took office in…

Unhappy With Old Life? Pandemic Frees Workers to Experiment With New Ones…

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Back in July, Chelsea Alexander Paul and her husband, Evan, sat down in their San Francisco apartment and made a spreadsheet of places where they could live and work for the same amount of money or less. The Pauls had lived in the city for four years and once lockdowns began, they spent months working…

Bigger Poll Lead Than Hillary…

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Donald Trump is drawing more support than in 2016 among Hispanic voters and the white working class. Joe Biden is doing better than the prior Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton, among seniors and white college graduates. Add up the changes in voter preferences, as recorded by Wall Street Journal/NBC News polls this month and in September…

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