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Lew Warns on Debt Ceiling
Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew presses Congress to deal soon with the debt ceiling, arguing that the Obama administration has much less flexibility to avoid a crisis than in previous standoffs. Damian Paletta reports on MoneyBeat.
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Obama Admits U.S. Failed ISIS Assessment, and More
President Obama admits the U.S. underestimated how ISIS would benefit from Syrian chaos. Also, Pimco projects $100B in losses following co-founder Bill Gross's departure. Photo: CBS/"60 Minutes"
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Ryder Cup 2014: Europe Takes Huge Lead Before Final Day
Two years after Europe's "Miracle at Medinah," it's the U.S. that needs help from above. Europe leads 10-6 after day two of the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles. WSJ's Joshua Robinson reports. (Photo: Getty)
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Ryder Cup 2014: Europe Seizes Momentum on Day One
After Friday's foursome matches at golf's Ryder Cup, Europe moved ahead of the U.S. thanks to big moves by Rory McIlroy and partners Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson. WSJ's Joshua Robinson reports. (Photo: Getty)
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NFL Plagued by More Domestic Abuse Charges
The arrest of Cardinals running back Jonathan Dwyer for aggravated assault adds to the domestic abuse scandals plaguing the NFL. Villanova University’s Andrew Brandt discusses. Photo: AP
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FedEx Profit Jumps 24%, and More
What's News: FedEx reports higher revenue. Sony expects deeper net loss for the current fiscal year. General Mills expects to save $100 million due to streamlining. Lee Hawkins reports. Photo: Getty
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Ukraine Conflict: Kiev Strikes Deal With EU
Ukraine ratified a trade deal with the European Union on Tuesday in what President Petro Poroshenko called a first step toward eventual membership in the bloc. Meanwhile, demonstrators protested outside Parliament in Kiev, and shelling has continued in eastern Ukraine despite a two-week long ceasefire. (Photo: AP)
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26-Nation Talks on Fighting Islamic State Begin
A conference to discuss how to combat the Islamic State is under way in Paris. Made up of 26 countries, including the U.S., Saudi Arabia and Russia, it aims to show a united front on fighting the militant group. WSJ’s Mark Kelly reports
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Report: Where Is ISIS Getting Its Weapons?
Militant group ISIS is building up its arsenal with U.S.-made weapons, according to a report from Conflict Armament Research. Field investigator Shawn Harris joins the News Hub with Sara Murray. Photo: Twitter/w_alraqqa.
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U.S. Action Overdue in Syria, Expert Says
President Obama's authorization of airstrikes in Syria could help in the fight against Islamic State but as Fanar Haddad tells the WSJ, U.S. action could complicate things in the Middle East.