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The Wall Street Journal: Tony Evers wins Wisconsin Democratic primary to challenge Scott Walker

Wisconsin state schools superintendent Tony Evers emerged from a crowded Democratic primary field for governor on Tuesday and will now try to unseat incumbent Republican Scott Walker, who is seeking

Asia Markets: Asian markets retreat, weighed by sinking tech stocks

Asian stock markets started lowed Wednesday, even as worries eased over Turkey’s currency crisis.

The Wall Street Journal: Transgender woman wins Vermont Democratic primary for governor

Vermont Democrat Christine Hallquist, a former executive at an electric co-op, beat out three other candidates to become the nation’s first transgender gubernatorial nominee for a major party.

Twitter temporarily blocks Alex Jones from tweeting

Twitter Inc. has blocked right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones from tweeting for a week, according to reports Tuesday night.

The Wall Street Journal: Kansas governor concedes to Kobach in tight GOP primary

Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer has conceded to Secretary of State Kris Kobach in the state’s Republican gubernatorial primary, ending almost a week of uncertainty in a tight election.

The Wall Street Journal: Defense Department spokeswoman investigated for treatment of staffers

Investigators are eyeballing one of the Defense Department’s top civilian advisers for allegedly retaliating against staffers who complained after she ordered them to run personal errands for her on

The Wall Street Journal: Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway buys another 12.4 million Apple shares

Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc. continued to load up on technology giant Apple Inc. in the second quarter.

The Wall Street Journal: Sears CEO’s hedge fund offers to buy Kenmore brand for $400 million

Edward Lampert, the chief executive of Sears Holdings Corp., has offered to buy the company’s Kenmore brand for $400 million in cash, according to a letter Lampert sent to Sears’s board.

The New York Post: Nearly 60% of voters don’t like Trump as a person, poll finds

Fewer than one in three American voters like President Donald Trump as a person — while 59% dislike him, a new Quinnipiac University poll said Tuesday.

NewsWatch: The stock market is about to make history

Barring a breathtaking plunge, the bull market in U.S. stocks on Aug. 22 will become the longest in history, and optimistic investors argue it has miles to go before it rests.

The Wall Street Journal: New York magazine reportedly on the block

New York Media, owner of New York magazine and several websites, is exploring options including a possible sale, according to people familiar with the matter, as publishers increasingly weigh

The Tell: Contagion from Turkish currency collapse to European banks is ‘overblown,’ says analyst

Amid fears that the Turkish lira’s swoon will result in further pain outside the country’s borders, one analyst says investors can take the European banking sector off the list of hotzones at risk of

The Wall Street Journal: Scathing Pennsylvania grand-jury report alleges child sex abuse by hundreds of Catholic priests

A grand-jury report released Tuesday alleges more than 300 Catholic priests in Pennsylvania sexually abused children over the past 70 years, and says Catholic Church officials in the state failed to

Royal Caribbean reportedly bans emotional support animals from all cruises

The cruise line is the latest company in the travel industry to take a stand against emotional support animals.

Futures Movers: Oil bounce fizzles as dollar regains footing

Oil futures end slightly lower, cutting short a modest bounce after the dollar found its footing.

The Conversation: Wildfires are only going to get worse, so we need to alter our strategies now

Reduce incentives to live near forests, rather than following the advice of President Trump and Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke.

Market Extra: The stock market is about to make history

Barring a breathtaking plunge, the bull market in U.S. stocks on Aug. 22 will become the longest in history, and optimistic investors argue it has miles to go before it rests.

Scam robocallers are getting creative and stole nearly $1 billion last year

Over 1,500 robocalls were placed every second last month, but how do you know if they’re fake?

This is how the 1% shop for clothes

Your annual paycheck is just a fraction of what these people pay for their wardrobe.