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  • 20732 Opinion: Former Hacker Kevin Mitnick on Jail Time and his Facebook Ban
    Kevin Mitnick talks about his route into hacking and his time spent in solitary confinement in prison because the Government believed he "could whistle into a phone, communicate with a modem, and launch a nuclear weapon." Images: Kevin Mitnick / EPA Composite: Mark Kelly [anonymous]
  • 20731 What Falling Interest Rates Mean for You
    The Federal Reserve recently lowered interest rates for the first time since 2008. WSJ’s personal finance editor Bourree Lam explains how the cut affects everything from your student loan to your savings account. Photo Illustration: Adele Morgan [anonymous]
  • 20730 Flipping for Profit: Meet the Couple Making Six Figures by Reselling
    Ryan and Allison Roots are full-time resellers -- they take new and used items, mark them up, and sell them online for a profit. Through reselling, mentoring aspiring resellers, and growing a YouTube following, the couple says they’re bringing in six figures. [anonymous]
  • 20729 Opinion: Fusion's Collusion Tales
    New FBI documents suggest Fusion GPS, the opposition research firm, played a a significant role in the collusion fantasy. Picture: Getty Images [anonymous]
  • 20728 Kashmir on Edge as Lockdown Paralyzes the Region
    On the empty streets of Srinagar, in India-administered Kashmir, anger simmers over New Delhi's decision to strip the region of its autonomous status. WSJ's Niharika Mandhana visited a city in lockdown. Photo: Vivek Singh for The Wall Street Journal [anonymous]
  • 20727 How to Track People With Find My Friends, Google Maps and Life360
    Location-tracking services from Apple, Google and others let you keep tabs on the whereabouts of your friends and family members. Creepy? Sure, but they also have real benefits. WSJ’s Joanna Stern went searching for the best app... and for a real-life actor named Aldo. [anonymous]
  • 20726 A $5,000 Secondhand Outfit? Inside Luxury Consignor The RealReal
    Resellers of designer clothing and apparel say there’s no reason to be closeted about buying and selling pre-owned luxury wearables. The RealReal consignment company is cashing in on the trend. Photo: Lydia Randall/WSJ [anonymous]
  • 20725 What a Global Economic Slowdown Means for the U.S.
    Stocks plummeted Wednesday after weak German and Chinese economic data raised concerns of an impeding global slowdown. WSJ's Gerald F. Seib explains how the two are connected. Photo: Getty [anonymous]
  • 20724 Police Officers Wounded in Philadelphia Shootout
    Six police officers were shot and wounded on Wednesday in an hourslong gunfight in North Philadelphia. Photo: Matt Rourke/Associated Press [anonymous]
  • 20723 Opinion: By Ring-Fencing Freedom, Trump Allows Hong Kong, Russia Injustice
    In essence, the protests in Hong Kong and Russia are both about freedom. So why hasn't President Trump defended the Hong Kong protesters, given freedom against government diktats was the reason many voted for the improbable Trump candidacy in 2016? Pictures: Getty Images: Composite: Mark Kelly [anonymous]
  • 20722 WSJ Investigation: Huawei Staff Help Governments to Spy on People
    On the ground in Uganda, our reporters uncovered how Chinese telecom giant Huawei is providing surveillance tools that African governments use to stifle dissent. Video: Clément Bürge. Photo: Sumy Sadurni for The Wall Street Journal [anonymous]
  • 20721 Clashes at Hong Kong Airport Reveal Weakness of Leaderless Movement
    Peaceful demonstrations at Hong Kong's airport turned violent, marking a turning point for protesters. WSJ’s Jon Emont was on the ground when clashes broke out and explains how a mob-justice mentality might divide the leaderless movement. Photo: Tyrone Siu/Reuters [anonymous]
  • 20720 Delayed Tariffs Could Improve Trump's Position on These Three Fronts
    The Trump administration announced Tuesday that a new round of tariffs on Chinese goods will be delayed from Sept. 1 to Dec. 15. WSJ's Gerald F. Seib explains three ways that might benefit the U.S. economy. Photo: Getty Images [anonymous]
  • 20719 How Facial Recognition Will Get You to Your Gate Faster
    Airlines and the TSA are starting to scan faces to get people through security and the boarding gate faster. WSJ's Scott McCartney tests out the airline's facial recognition technology and learns not all passengers are ready to give up their privacy. [anonymous]
  • 20718 Hong Kong Police Officer Pulls Gun on Protesters During Violent Clashes at Airport
    Demonstrations at the busy transit hub turned into chaos late Tuesday. Video filmed by WSJ reporter Mike Bird shows some protesters grabbing an officer’s baton and beating him, prompting him to point his pistol at them. Photo: Aidan Marzo/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire [anonymous]
  • 20717 Opinion: Trump Must Step-up to China's Xi as Hong Kong Crisis Escalates
    As protests turn violent, rather than tweeting "the Chinese Government is moving troops to the border with Hong Kong" like it's a good thing, President Trump should speak out against a Chinese crackdown. Image: Getty Images [anonymous]
  • 20716 Police and Protesters Clash at Hong Kong International Airport
    Scenes of chaos unfolded at Hong Kong's international airport, as a takeover of the transport hub by pro-democracy protesters transformed into violent confrontation with police late Tuesday. WSJ's Jon Emont reports. Photo: Kin Cheung/Associated Press [anonymous]
  • 20715 Opinion: Josh Hawley Wants The Government to Regulate Speech Online
    WSJ Editorial Board member Kim Strassel interviews Josh Hawley about free speech on the internet, big tech, and Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act at CPAC on March 1, 2019. Image: Bloomberg News [anonymous]
  • 20714 Hong Kong Airport Packed With Protesters and Stranded Travelers
    Demonstrators flooded the airport's arrival and departure halls for a second straight day, snarling the busy transit hub and frustrating travelers. Photo: Thomas Peter/Reuters [anonymous]
  • 20713 The $800 Million Meatless Meat Industry Is Just Heating Up
    Beyond Meat, Impossible Foods, and other traditional food companies are all betting the rise of meatless alternatives could permanently change the way people look at meat. But are they right? WSJ’s Akane Otani explains. Photo: Beyond Meat [anonymous]
  • 20712 Hong Kong Airport Cancels Flights After Protesters Occupy Terminal
    Demonstrators flooded the airport's arrival and departure halls Monday, after a 10th straight weekend of unrest culminated in the bloodiest night of clashes with police to date. Photo: Anthony Kwan/Getty Images [anonymous]
  • 20711 Hong Kong Police Adopt Tougher Tactics, Drawing Public Condemnation
    Clashes between protesters and police have entered a more violent phase, as Beijing has signaled its growing intolerance for dissent. Meanwhile, public discontent is mounting over the police's handling of the unrest. Photo: Jeff Cheng/Associated Press [anonymous]
  • 20710 In China, Brewers Tap Local Tastes to Win World's Largest Beer Market
    As global beer sales have stalled, major brewers such as AB InBev and Carlsberg are flocking to China. WSJ’s Steven Russolillo in Hong Kong tests their strategies, sipping the beers specially crafted to win over Chinese drinkers. Photo composite: Sharon Shi. Video: Clément Bürge [anonymous]
  • 20709 Opinion: Hits and Misses of the Week
    The week's best and worst from Kim Strassel, Bill McGurn, Allysia Finley and Dan Henninger. Image: Getty [anonymous]
  • 20708 Hundreds Arrested at Moscow Rally
    Russian riot police arrested hundreds of demonstrators on Saturday, as tens of thousands of people rallied in the largest protest Moscow has seen in recent years. Photo: EPA [anonymous]
  • 20707 Renewed Interest in Decades-Old Western Sahara Conflict
    The fight for independence in Western Sahara is the focus of renewed interest. WSJ national security reporter Dion Nissenbaum visited the region. Photo Illustration: Adele Morgan [anonymous]
  • 20706 Opinion: Nathan Law on Hong Kong Protests, China and Democracy
    Meet the 26-year-old who led the student wing of Hong Kong's pro-democracy Umbrella movement, co-founded political party Demosistō, was elected to office, and has spent time in jail. Image: AFP/Getty [anonymous]
  • 20705 Opinion: Elizabeth Warren Wants to Suck the Life Out of Private Equity
    Democratic hopeful Elizabeth Warren has released yet another plan. This time she wants to regulate and tax private equity transactions that have saved countless businesses. Images: Getty/Everett Collection / Composite: Mark Kelly [anonymous]
  • 20704 Trump on China: 'We're Not Ready to Make a Deal'
    In remarks to reporters at the White House on Friday, President Trump said the U.S. and China are still pursuing a trade agreement, but he is not ready to make a deal. Photo: ZUMA Wire [anonymous]
  • 20703 Trump: 'We Don't Want Guns in the Hands of the Wrong People'
    President Trump touted his belief in protecting the Second Amendment and his relationship with the NRA on Friday, but expressed optimism that Republicans would join with Democrats in Congress to consider "common sense, sensible, important background checks.” Photo: AP [anonymous]