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Gareth Bale & Jose Mourinho Are Desperately Clinging to Past Glories

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Tottenham’s attempts to reunite with Gareth Bale are a sign of Jose Mourinho’s desperation.Bale is also desperate to prove he still belongs at the top level after recent struggles with Real Madrid.Both player and manager are hopelessly clinging to past glories.Gareth Bale and Jose Mourinho are getting desperate, and it won’t end well for Tottenham […]

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Trump Says Lawyers Told Him the U.S. Can’t Accept Payment for TikTok Deal

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Now Playing 9/16/2020 6:41PM      At a news briefing Wednesday, President Trump was asked whether he would approve Oracle’s pending deal for TikTok’s U.S. operations. In August, the White House said ByteDance must sell its U.S. TikTok operations or face a ban, saying the app poses a security threat. Trump has said he wanted some proceeds…

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iOS 14: 14 Tips for Apple’s New iPhone Operating System

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Personal Technology With Joanna SternSeason 1 Episode 68September 16, 2020Apple’s latest iOS 14 can completely change the look of your iPhoneBy Joanna SternSept. 16, 2020 9:00 pmApple’s iOS 14 is full of new features that can make your iPhone more productive—if you can find them. WSJ’s Joanna Stern shows you how to use the new…

Barr to Consider Charging Violent Protesters With Sedition…

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Attorney General William Barr told the nation’s federal prosecutors to be aggressive when charging violent demonstrators with crimes, including potentially prosecuting them for plotting to overthrow the U.S. government, people familiar with the conversation said. In a conference call with U.S. attorneys across the country last week, Mr. Barr warned that sometimes violent demonstrations across…

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Jim Carrey Could Excel as Joe Biden, but Here’s Why He Might Bomb

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Jim Carrey could pull off a killer Joe Biden on SNL, but there are warning signs he’ll throw the fight and pull his punches on Biden.Creator and executive producer Lorne Michaels made some ambiguous remarks about the casting and their takes on the caricature.Given Carrey’s prolific animus toward Donald Trump, he might go easy on […]

Parsing the Fed: How the September Statement Changed from July

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DOW JONES, A NEWS CORP COMPANY News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. Home World U.S. Politics Economy Business Tech Markets Opinion Life & Arts Real Estate WSJ. Magazine Sep 16, 2020 2:07 pm ET The Federal Reserve releases a statement at the…

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Cyber Daily: Power Companies Brace for Supply Chain Shake-Up From New Cyber Rules | ‘Vishing’ Attack at Michigan Health System – Wall Street Journal

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Sept. 16, 2020 8:34 am ET | WSJ Pro Good day. A Trump administration directive to cut reliance on foreign suppliers aims to protect the power grid from Chinese and Russian threats. But, as WSJ Pro Cybersecurity’s David Uberti reports, power companies aren’t sure how to respond to the proposed new rules. Other news: Veterans Administration…

West Coast Fires Are Raising Covid-19 Risks – The Wall Street Journal

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After struggling for months to bring down coronavirus infection rates, Western states are now seeing that progress threatened by the wildfires engulfing the region. In Oregon, thousands of people are sleeping on cots—without masks—at evacuation shelters. Smoke from the fires has forced Covid-19 testing sites to close from Los Angeles all the…

Daily Cases Highest in Month…

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New coronavirus cases in the U.S. rose to more than 52,000, the highest daily total in more than a month, as wildfires in some Western states and a hurricane that made landfall in the Southeast opened potential pathways for the virus to spread further. The wildfires in California, Oregon and Washington state have killed at…

Warburg, Management Commit Up to $1 Billion for New Tech Platform – Wall Street Journal

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Updated Sept. 16, 2020 7:00 am ET Private-equity firm Warburg Pincus is joining forces with three veteran technology executives to form a new platform company that will have up to $1 billion in equity to hunt for deals. The New York-based firm is teaming up with Mason Slaine, Jay Nadler and Karl Jaeger to form…

As Covid Rebounds, Europe Rejects New Lockdowns…

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As a second wave of coronavirus infections gathers momentum across Europe, the continent’s governments are determined to avoid large-scale lockdowns and instead seek less disruptive ways to live with the new disease. France and Spain are on the leading edge of a resurgence in Covid-19 cases across Europe in the wake of the summer travel…

Belarus, Once a Startups Magnet, Faces a Tech Exodus – Wall Street Journal

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In recent years, cheap labor and political stability had made Belarus an unlikely magnet for startups from Silicon Valley and Europe, providing a rare bright spot in an economy still dominated by Soviet-era heavy industry and collective farms. But a violent crackdown on protesters demanding an end to President Alexander Lukashenko’s 26 years in power…

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Video: Hurricane Sally Makes Landfall in Alabama

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Now Playing 9/16/2020 5:58AM      Hurricane Sally made landfall in Alabama as a Category 2 storm early Wednesday, packing strong winds of up to 105 miles an hour and threatening to hit parts of the Gulf Coast with storm surges and flash flooding. Photo: Jonathan Bachman/Reuters Up Next Editor Picks Shelf 5:13 Some Covid-19 Survivors Grapple…

Fed Meeting to Focus on Laying Out Interest-Rate Strategy – The Wall Street Journal

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Federal Reserve officials resume deliberations Wednesday about how to detail plans to support the economy now that they have formally adopted a strategy to keep interest rates lower for longer. Officials’ public remarks before entering their traditional pre-meeting quiet period two weeks ago suggested they hadn’t yet decided how to reconfigure their policy statement to…

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U.S. Versus China: Japan’s New Prime Minister’s Tough Balancing Act

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Now Playing 9/16/2020 6:10AM      Yoshihide Suga, who replaced Shinzo Abe as Japan’s prime minister, will face the increasingly difficult challenge of balancing the country’s relationship with the U.S. and China as tensions between the two escalate. WSJ’s Alastair Gale explains the tough choices ahead for the Suga government. Photo: Kimimasa Mayama/Shutterstock Up Next Editor Picks…

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