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The Wall Street Journal: House committee seeks answers to deadly fentanyl crisis
U.S. House lawmakers are pressing the nation?s drug czar for more data on the dangerous synthetic opioid fentanyl, including how it is trafficked and how many people it has killed, in the latest effort to thwart a spiraling drug crisis.
The Number One: Facebook is racking up the likes among the world?s biggest he...
Facebook, the company, has plenty of detractors. Facebook, the stock? Not so much.
Key Words: Russia has won the Syrian civil war, says Russia
Citing the Russian news agency Interfax, an Observer report has Shoigu lauding the Kremlin?s role in the ?virtually? complete effort to put an end to the long-running Syrian civil war, which precluded a collapse of the Syrian state and a toppling of the ?legal government? of Bashar al-Assad.
The Wall Street Journal: No mass deportations, no use of military against imm...
U.S. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said Thursday the U.S. wouldn?t use military force in immigration operations, even though President Donald Trump earlier in the day described U.S. efforts to enforce immigration laws as ?a military operation.?
Why you should take bizarre job interview questions very seriously
?If you were a Muppet, which character would you be??
The Wall Street Journal: Leicester City fires manager, as Cinderella turns in...
Even pulling off the greatest miracle in Premier League history couldn?t save Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri.
NewsWatch: Still room for stock bulls to run as historic breakouts take shape...
The Dow has been on an absolute tear lately, closing at record highs for nine straight sessions for the time since way back in 1987. Bulls should be exhausted, right? Not if these charts are any indication.
The Wall Street Journal: Contrary to claims, backlash against GOP lawmakers a...
The White House and prominent Republicans have largely dismissed the noisy eruption of civic activism at town-hall meetings across the U.S. as the work of professional organizers and paid activists, partly because MoveOn and other liberal groups have offered help. Interviews conducted by The Wall Street Journal suggest otherwise.
Expect ?greater enforcement? of marijuana laws under Trump, Spicer says
The White House press secretary Sean Spicer told reporters on Thursday that under President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the U.S. Department of Justice will do more to enforce federal marijuana laws.
Market Snapshot: Dow logs 10th straight record, but Nasdaq stumbles a second day
The Dow industrials on Thursday notches a 10th straight record in an up-and-down session in which the Nasdaq declined for a second day in a row.
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