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There is a revolution in auto racing: new cars, new engines -- and no earplugs. The first all-electric racing series, Formula E, begins its inaugural season with 10 teams in Beijing in September.
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With the expectation that Apple will announce the iPhone 6 on September 9, you may be wondering how to get one for the cheapest price. MarketWatch's Tom Bemis shows how you might pull some tricks to get the new phone essentially for free. Photo: AP
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The 13th annual National Buffalo Wing Festival, which took place over Labor Day weekend in Buffalo, N.Y., held its signature event of bobbing for wings in a kiddie pool filled with 20 gallons of blue-cheese dressing. Photo: National Buffalo Wing Festival
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A History of Harlem, Told in Stories
An oral-history project by the New York Public Library is collecting stories from longtime Harlem residents like Yvonne Stafford, who was recently interviewed by volunteer Kyle Ann Stokes. Photo: Jennifer Weiss for The Wall Street Journal
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Al Qaeda-Linked Somali Militants Targeted by U.S. Airstrikes
The Islamist militant group al-Shabaab was the target of a U.S. airstrike in southern Somalia on Monday. Al-Shabaab is affiliated with al Qaeda, and has menaced the country for years. The Pentagon is still accessing the situation, but Somali officials claim that al-Shabaab's leader was killed.
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ISIS Militant Blames Latest Execution on U.S. Policy
A disguised militant from the Islamic State, or ISIS, said the execution of an American journalist purportedly shown in a new video was the result of U.S. airstrikes in Iraq. This clip features an audio excerpt from the militant's video speech.
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Apple says its investigation indicated certain celebrity online photo accounts were hacked in a targeted attack, and it hasn’t found a breach in its iCloud or “Find my iPhone” systems. The incident comes just a week before Apple is set to unveil its latest iPhone that could push the company deeper into health and finance.
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Vladimir Putin's Rhetorical Head-Fakes
Rebels on a humanitarian mission, Russian soldiers crossing the border by accident – Vladimir Putin has used a variety of rhetorical flourishes to deflect attention from what U.S. and European officials say is a Russian incursion into Ukraine. Photo: AP
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Video Alleges to Show Beheading of Journalist
The extremist group Islamic State has posted a video purporting to show the beheading of American journalist Steven Sotloff, the second beheading of an American journalist. Anthony Cordesman from the Center for Strategic and International Studies joins Geoffrey Rogow on the News Hub to discuss.