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The Cost of Becoming an Olympic Swimmer for Team USA | WSJ
Becoming an Olympic swimmer is an aspiration for thousands of young athletes in the U.S. But it comes at a heavy cost. Club dues alone can set swimmers back thousands of dollars each year.
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Olympic Athletes Biles, Osaka Shift the Conversation on Mental Health | WSJ
Simone Biles’s withdrawal from competitions at the Tokyo Olympics has put renewed focus on mental health in sports. WSJ looks at how the stigma and treatment for athletes’ state of mind has shifted.
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Boeing 787 Dreamliner: A Timeline of Recent Production Problems | WSJ
Inventories of the wide-body planes are piling up, as deliveries remain halted A new defect on Boeing’s Dreamliner aircraft surfaced in July, the latest in a series of issues that arose late last
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As Wildfires Worsen, California Firefighting Resources May Come Up Dry | WSJ
The state is increasing funding and preventative measures, but it may not be enough.
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Breakthrough Covid-19 Cases Raise Questions About Immunity | WSJ
While Covid-19 vaccinations are highly effective at preventing hospitalizations or death from the virus, they’re not foolproof in preventing infection.
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How Covid’s Delta Variant Quickly Spread Globally | WSJ
Covid-19’s Delta variant is proliferating world-wide threatening unvaccinated populations and economic recovery.
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How the Tokyo Olympics Became the Most Expensive Summer Games Ever | WSJ
The Tokyo Games are on track to be the most expensive summer Olympics ever, with the pandemic adding to mounting economic losses. WSJ unpacks the financial costs.
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How TikTok's Algorithm Figures You Out | WSJ
The Wall Street Journal created dozens of automated accounts that watched hundreds of thousands of videos to reveal how the the TikTok algorithm knows you so well A Wall Street Journal
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From Bookseller to Blue Origin: A Look Back at the Career of Jeff Bezos | WSJ
How the Blue Origin founder funded a space mission Amazon founder and former CEO Jeff Bezos successfully completed the first manned mission of Blue Origin’s New Shepard spacecraft.
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Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin Space Flight Reaches the Karman Line | WSJ
On Tuesday, Jeff Bezos and three other passengers successfully crossed the Karman Line, an imaginary boundary considered by many the beginning of space, a few miles higher than Richard Branson’s
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Why Democrats Are Using Budget Reconciliation to Pass Biden's Agenda | WSJ
Budget reconciliation may offer Democrats a way to sidestep some partisan gridlock and advance President Biden’s policy objectives.
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How Venus Fits Into the Search for Life Beyond Earth | WSJ
NASA is planning two missions to Venus to assess if the now-toxic planet once had an ocean, continents and life.
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How Robinhood Transformed Retail Trading Ahead of Its IPO | WSJ
The twists and turns of the online brokerage's path to a public offering The brokerage app Robinhood has transformed retail trading.
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How Boeing and Airbus Could Counter China’s Homegrown Comac Jets | WSJ
Boeing and Airbus dominate global aviation, but China’s Comac wants to challenge the duopoly with new planes.
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Why the Western Drought Will Have Major Ripple Effects | WSJ
Watering the Country's Food Basket Is Becoming a Challenge Droughts are part of a natural cycle of water. But the drought currently gripping the Western U.S.
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Employers Competing for Workers Turn to Signing Bonuses and Freebies | WSJ
Low-wage work is in high demand, and employers are now competing for applicants, offering incentives ranging from sign-on bonuses to free food.
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How Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson’s Space Flights Will Differ | WSJ
Jeff Bezos, the founder of Blue Origin, and Richard Branson, the founder of Virgin Galactic, are in a head-to-head race to get into space The billionaire founders of Blue Origin and Virgin Galactic
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Alibaba Challenges Amazon With a Promise: Fast Global Shipping | WSJ
Inside the company's automated warehouse in China Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba is challenging Amazon by promising fast deliveries from China to anywhere in the world.
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How the EV Industry Is Trying to Fix Its Charging Bottleneck | WSJ
Electric-vehicle entrepreneurs are working on the industry’s biggest bottleneck: charging infrastructure.
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What’s Behind the Rental Car Shortage? | WSJ
This summer it’s harder than ever to rent a car in the U.S., especially at popular vacation destinations.
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George Floyd Killing Prompts Active-Bystander Training for Police | WSJ
Since the murder of George Floyd during an arrest by Minneapolis Police, departments around the country are implementing active-bystander training to address the reluctance of cops to intervene when
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Behind Dollar General's Strategy to Dominate Rural America | The Economics Of | WSJ
Dollar General has reported 31 consecutive years of growth and is opening new U.S. stores every day.
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June Jobs Report Highlights Job Openings, Hiring Discrepancy | WSJ
The jobs report numbers showed hiring picking up in June, but the overall moderate pace of gains in recent months suggests employers are still struggling to fill the abundance of open roles.
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How Elon Musk Is Taking Tesla Global | WSJ
Tesla is pushing for global expansion and looking to open more factories around the world.
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China’s Communist Party Turns 100, Looks to the Future | WSJ
At the Chinese Communist Party’s centennial celebration, President Xi Jinping called for defiance against foreign pressure.
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Jeff Bezos’s Blue Origin Sets Its Sights on Space Tourism | WSJ
Blue Origin plans to launch its first passenger spaceflight on July 20 with billionaire CEO Jeff Bezos and three others on board.
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Inside Tokyo's Olympic Village: Working to Prevent a Covid Superspreader Event | WSJ
Olympics organizers have created an archipelago of controlled zones across Japan for about 60,000 foreign visitors including athletes and staff.
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What North Korean Propaganda Tells Us About Kim Jong Un’s Weight Loss | WSJ
North Korea's state media revved up to portray Kim Jong Un's slimmer figure as a national rallying cry, prompting speculation about his health.
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Why the Fed Is Considering a Digital Dollar | WSJ
The Federal Reserve is trying to figure out how to keep cash relevant in a cashless world. It’s considering digitizing the U.S.
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Watch Live: Derek Chauvin Sentencing for Murder of George Floyd | WSJ
Watch live coverage of the sentencing of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who was convicted for the murder of George Floyd.
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