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The tech company has postponed plans for a mainland Chinese listing—a blow to its hopes of a high valuation. Heard on the Street https://t.co/YRWEo9AHvd

Why the Fed paring its bond holdings has investors on edge https://t.co/giLzbtXILd

Pope Francis has pursued Christian unity. But the culture wars and the growth of newer Christian churches pose formidable obstacles, writes @FrancisXRocca. https://t.co/TwWhTezJRr

The latest escalations in trade tensions suggest that investors have underestimated the willingness of the world’s two largest economies to retaliate against one another https://t.co/8kcH8vaquQ

Over the past decade, Singapore-based non-profit Choson Exchange has trained about 2,000 North Koreans in entrepreneurship and business skills https://t.co/BLFn60LGpk

North Korea’s leader is making his third trip to China in as many months—a week after his Singapore summit with President Trump https://t.co/fDNFbgCOWJ

Trade Fears Send Shiver Through Asian Markets https://t.co/O00YFLmdhM

Schwarzenegger has had one of the most oddball careers in popular culture. His financial bets have been just as diverse. https://t.co/PvAshtlX79

America’s emergency response infrastructure is an area ripe for upgrades as well as reputational risks because lives are at stake. https://t.co/sRgokngJ9g

Xiaomi delayed its domestic stock sale because some details of China’s rules for depositary receipts are still being worked out https://t.co/Uaz24HdNdd

President Trump threatens to impose an additional 10% tariff on $200 billion in Chinese goods if Beijing 'refuses to change its practices' https://t.co/zc0ryXhhB6

Opinion: The U.S. is getting its way on Iran through coercive sanctions. It would be helpful to show allies some respect, write @Doranimated and @peterrough https://t.co/9VRVh8z73Z

The Trump administration's family-separation policy for detained migrants has drawn criticism from the U.N. secretary-general to Microsoft https://t.co/ihTgnfNVrW

Accenture Interactive has been ranked the top digital advertising network three years running. CEO Brian Whipple explains why. https://t.co/xLa4ZiCujh

The newly named editor of the Los Angeles Times, Norman Pearlstine, has held prominent positions at Time Inc., The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg https://t.co/Y2QhTaeN7i

5 albums, 7 songs each, many under 3 minutes: Kanye West is betting good things can come from small packages https://t.co/dyWIINS18p

Opinion: How the Trump steel tariff is harming this U.S. company and its workers https://t.co/C5PcrxpY7F

LaGuardia Airport is pushing plans for a Queens rail link that would hasten travel to Midtown Manhattan https://t.co/w4RkosMD9u

Apple will push a software update to iPhone users later this year aimed at helping first responders find you faster when you call 911 https://t.co/CzZowhSBqI

The EU and the U.S. are in a trade spat, and Brussels is looking to deepen other economic ties. This week features talks with Australia and New Zealand https://t.co/wiTkPKb3jP

Escalating trade tensions rattle markets, with the fate of the North American Free Trade Agreement drawing particular concern https://t.co/uUlEDtRCIJ

The arrest comes a week after Munich prosecutors added the Audi CEO to a list of suspects in a fraud investigation that is targeting around 20 people https://t.co/wHihuRyrZv

The full impact of last year’s tax law might not be felt in the U.S. for years; here are 12 charts showing where to look https://t.co/3W325lZN1H https://t.co/ZhBYvh5T0q

The Wall Street Journal top tweets

REITs and utilities, known for their juicy dividends, are becoming less attractive as Treasury yields climb higher https://t.co/1TvjGh7cys

Apple’s move is a sign that smartphone makers are willing to step into America’s emergency response infrastructure, an area ripe for upgrades https://t.co/ICYCQoPEFn

The magnitude 6.1 earthquake knocked over walls and set off scattered fires around metropolitan Osaka https://t.co/epT9AeHS9z

The big data scrum in the commercial real-estate industry is about to heat up https://t.co/aQGBENolFO

Holidays helped buffer Chinese markets from amped-up trade tensions, but other parts of the Asia-Pacific weren’t so lucky https://t.co/G250fqssZ5

They're short on work, living off their parents, delaying marriage--and overthrowing established politics https://t.co/ay79j5rlRr

'Sometimes I think to myself: Enough of the bats!' Why a historic library has had it with questions about its resident nocturnal creatures. https://t.co/vPhpTM2P4H

Young adults continue to struggle in southern Europe, even as the fortunes of older generations improve--and that's upending politics. https://t.co/yPm5KLl48y

League-wide attendance of 27,328 per game is down 6.6% from this time last year https://t.co/S4a7IzFU5X

Dimmit County Sheriff Marion Boyd told reporters at the scene that Border Patrol agents had been in pursuit of the Suburban, which was traveling about 100 miles an hour https://t.co/UTptfZtw5K

In the future, you will pay lots of money for lots of entertainment options. Sound familiar? https://t.co/Kh1pudeQ5n

Book Review: John Perry Barlow's memoir reveals a remarkable life, spent writing Grateful Dead tunes, managing Dick Cheney's first run for Congress and advocating an open internet: https://t.co/srvCkF7NU5

Voters began casting ballots Sunday in a presidential election to choose among two polar opposites offering starkly different approaches for fighting drugs and gangs. https://t.co/hXPdHO7c1Y

Opinion: De Blasio’s plan to scrap the specialized-school admission test was part of a broader attack on educational excellence, writes @jasonrileywsj https://t.co/v6qa3cRwYj

Republican lawmakers from agricultural states have warned President Trump of potential repercussions in the 2018 midterms if he leaves the trade pact https://t.co/Mn8ptAWk6j

The opening weekend collections of 'Incredibles 2’ is the highest ever for an animated film https://t.co/iGF1R2CMiY

Electric-car maker has borrowed heavily to fund its big aspirations https://t.co/JbjmNTjqb4

How Goldman Sachs bankers came to run a startup portfolio worth several hundred million dollars https://t.co/mlvmnkKVkU

Opinion: Madonna, Ice-T, the Ramones—and I—got our starts because Seymour Stein signed us to Sire Records. Stein tells the story of his life in music in "Siren Song” https://t.co/yhog47jBi5

Police are increasingly turning to driver's license photos to help identify potential suspects, a technique that worries privacy advocates https://t.co/nB7bum2tFp

State Rep. Ilhan Omar seeks to become the first Muslim female in Congress https://t.co/M4dXei2CbM

Do sheet masks work or are they just packets of cuteness? https://t.co/lf13jYSN9Y

For a certain subset of classic car lovers, the first generation of Datsun Z sports cars is as good as it gets https://t.co/4Qg5UygBAQ

The inconvenient truth about leaders and sportsmanship https://t.co/z39SC8Gsjf

China's new auto-tracking system: “Another tool in the toolbox for mass-surveillance.” https://t.co/sLy9plhPE3

Where in the world is Kim Jong Un? The secretive dictator's movements kept Singapore summit organizers on their toes https://t.co/SndeZQtrBm

Beyoncé managed to jolt fans with the release of "Everything Is Love," without any leaks of information or social-media chatter https://t.co/lUCQMsaeAu

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