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  • 22396 Abbott and Moderna CEOs Discuss Covid-19 Vaccine Development
    During WSJ Tech Live 2020, Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel and Abbott CEO Robert Ford talk about the challenges of creating a safe and well-received coronavirus vaccine. Photos: Adam Glanzman/Bloomberg and Abbott [anonymous]
  • 22395 WSJ Opinion: The Myth of the Moderate Democrat
    Main Street: Joe Biden and Conor Lamb show a different face in Pennsylvania than in Washington. Image: Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images [anonymous]
  • 22394 SoftBank COO Says Adam Neumann 'May Have Violated' Consulting Agreement
    During a WSJ Tech Live 2020 interview, Softbank COO Marcelo Claure says a $185 million contract with former WeWork chief Adam Neumann is no longer in effect. Photo: Seth Wenig/AP [anonymous]
  • 22393 Protesters Burn Churches in Chile Ahead of Referendum
    A week before a referendum on whether to ditch Chile’s dictatorship-era constitution, protesters torched two churches, looted stores and clashed with police in Santiago. Thousands gathered on the anniversary of mass antigovernment demonstrations. Photo: Martin Bernetti/AFP/Getty Images [anonymous]
  • 22392 Boeing Production Cuts Force Suppliers to Lay Off Staff, Rethink Future
    Boeing’s production cuts have sent shockwaves through the aviation industry, forcing suppliers to lay off thousands of employees. Tool Gauge reconfigured its operations just after opening a new facility in Tacoma, Wash., designed to manufacture Boeing parts. Photo: Joel Winter for The Wall Street... [anonymous]
  • 22391 WSJ Opinion: Hits and Misses of the Week
    Journal Editorial Report: The week's best and worst from Kim Strassel, Kyle Peterson and Dan Henninger. Images: Getty Images Composite: Mark Kelly [anonymous]
  • 22390 WSJ Opinion: Twitter, Town Halls and Two Bidens
    Journal Editorial Report: The election turns to censorship and separated candidates. Images: Getty Images Composite: Mark Kelly [anonymous]
  • 22389 Wuhan, Former Pandemic Center, Emerges as Tourist Hot Spot
    Wuhan, the city at the center of the coronavirus pandemic, had the most tourists of any Chinese city during a public holiday in October. Wuhan is overcoming its pandemic past and benefiting from its hero-city status to become a top travel destination. Photo: Getty Images [anonymous]
  • 22388 This Week in Celebrity Homes: Ellen DeGeneres, Sting
    Take a video tour of the recent real estate deals from celebrity sellers [anonymous]
  • 22387 Listings of the Week: October 24, 2020
    Tour the five luxury homes featured in our Listing of the Day series this week [anonymous]
  • 22386 Kyrgyzstan, Belarus, Azerbaijan: Turmoil Challenges Russia’s Power
    From unrest in Belarus and Kyrgyzstan to the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict, WSJ explores how the crises unfolding in Russia’s backyard mark a turning point in Vladimir Putin’s rule and put him at risk of losing influence in the former Soviet Union. Video/Photo Composite: Michelle Inez Simon [anonymous]
  • 22385 ESG Funds Are Under Scrutiny. Here’s Why
    Investors propelled ESG funds to new heights in 2020, and federal agencies are watching. WSJ explains why regulators have ethical and sustainable investment funds under review. Photo Illustration: Alex Kuzoian [anonymous]
  • 22384 Trump and Biden Pressed on Coronavirus at Dueling Town Halls
    With the second debate between President Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden’s canceled, they instead appeared in simultaneous town halls on competing TV networks. The two candidates offered Americans a contrast in tone and style. Photo: Jim Watson/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images,Evan Vuc... [anonymous]
  • 22383 WSJ Opinion: Twitter’s Partisan Censorship Over NY Post's Biden Exclusive
    Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey may appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee to explain the company’s unprecedented speech blackout against a New York Post story that could embarrass the Joe Biden campaign. Images: NY Post/AFP/Getty Composite: Mark Kelly [anonymous]
  • 22382 Senators Debate Legitimacy and Timing of Vote on Amy Coney Barrett
    Senators debated the legitimacy and timing of Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s Supreme Court confirmation vote as the Republican-controlled Senate Judiciary Committee moved forward with the process Thursday. Photo: Tom Williams/Associated Press [anonymous]
  • 22381 Demands of Thailand’s Pro-Democracy Protesters
    Mass protests in Thailand have shaken the nation with criticism of the country’s powerful and secretive royal family. WSJ’s Feliz Solomon explains what the protesters are fighting for and why their demands could land them in jail. Photo: Lillian Suwanrumpha/AFP/Getty Images [anonymous]
  • 22380 Nikola’s Stock Fizzles After Hype-Fueled Summer; Here’s Why
    Nikola was the buzz of Wall Street, trying to cut a path in electric trucking. Now, federal prosecutors are investigating claims that it misled investors. WSJ explains Nikola's roller-coaster summer and what's next for the company. Photo Graphic: WSJ [anonymous]
  • 22379 Polls Shows Significant Gender Gap in Support for Biden and Trump
    A recent WSJ/NBC News poll shows women voters favor Democratic nominee Joe Biden over President Trump by a large margin. WSJ’s Gerald F. Seib explains why we're likely headed into an election with a gender gap of historic proportions. Photo: Lori King/Associated Press [anonymous]
  • 22378 WSJ Opinion: Amy Coney Barrett’s Christian Religiosity
    Wonder Land: Senator Dianne Feinstein was onto something worth talking about when she said, ‘The dogma lives loudly within you.’ Image: Tom Williams-Pool/Getty Images [anonymous]
  • 22377 Barrett Is Praised and Pressed on Issues in Final Day of Questioning
    Judge Amy Coney Barrett faced tough questions about health care and voting rights on the second and final day of questioning by the Senate Judiciary Committee. WSJ’s Shelby Holliday reports. Photo: Erin Schaff/pool/Shutterstock [anonymous]
  • 22376 The Best and Fastest Chargers for Your iPhone 12 and Other Gadgets
    After years of shipping iPhones with a horribly slow charging brick, Apple has finally killed it. WSJ’s Joanna Stern kills it harder, then recommends the best fast chargers and wireless options from Anker, Aukey, Belkin and others. Photo illustration: Preston Jessee for The Wall Street Journal [anonymous]
  • 22375 What China and Russia Could Reap From Covid-19 Vaccine Diplomacy
    As wealthier countries buy up supplies of Western drugmakers’ Covid-19 vaccines that are still in development, China and Russia are offering their fast-tracked shots to poorer nations. Here’s what they're hoping to get in return. Illustration: Ksenia Shaikhutdinova [anonymous]
  • 22374 More Battleground States Emerge in 2020 Race
    With the 2020 election drawing closer, the number of states in play is getting larger. WSJ’s Gerald F. Seib highlights where President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden are widening their search for electoral votes. Photo: Chandan Khanna/Getty Images [anonymous]
  • 22373 iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini: Comparing Apple’s New 5G Phones
    Apple announced four new iPhone 12 models at a virtual event on Tuesday. They all have 5G, fresh designs and new camera tricks, yet they differ in key ways. WSJ’s Joanna Stern breaks it down. Photo illustration: Laura Kammermann/WSJ [anonymous]
  • 22372 Barrett Is Grilled by Senators Over Contentious Legal Issues
    Judge Amy Coney Barrett avoided making commitments on hot-button legal issues and pledged to set aside her personal and academic views if confirmed to the Supreme Court. WSJ’s Shelby Holliday reports. Photo: Patrick Semansky/AFP/Getty Images [anonymous]
  • 22371 Mass Testing: China Doubles Down on Its Covid-19 Control Plan
    Mass testing has become a major part of how the Chinese government plans to eradicate coronavirus and keep the economy on track. WSJ’s Chao Deng explains how the tourist city of Qingdao wants to test 9 million residents after a cluster of new cases. Photo: Agence France-Presse/Getty Images [anonymous]
  • 22370 ‘I’ll Kiss Everyone’: Trump Returns to Campaign Trail
    President Trump was in Florida for his first rally since contracting the coronavirus as Joe Biden campaigned in Ohio, where polling shows the two candidates locked in a dead heat. Photo: Saul Loeb/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images [anonymous]
  • 22369 The Stock Market Is Ignoring the Economy. Here's Why
    Stocks are booming while companies shed millions of workers from payrolls. WSJ explains why the stock market seems disconnected from economic reality in the U.S. Photo Illustration by Carlos Waters/WSJ [anonymous]
  • 22368 WSJ Opinion: Barrett Hearing Overshadowed by Court-Packing Question
    As Judge Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation hearing gets underway, Joe Biden still won’t say whether he supports adding Justices to the Supreme Court. Image: AP/Zuma Press Composite: Mark Kelly [anonymous]
  • 22367 Airbus's Home City Looks Beyond Aviation to Survive Covid-19 Crisis
    A decadeslong aerospace boom suddenly ended in Airbus’s home city of Toulouse, France, as global passenger traffic collapsed. WSJ traveled to the aviation capital, where autonomous vehicles and superfast trains could bring back some of the lost jobs. Photo composite: George Downs [anonymous]