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GLOBE NEWS · THE WALL STREET JOURNAL-Russian-Turkish Tensions Simmer After Jet Shootdown A day after Turkey shot down one of its warplanes, Russia resumed its airstrikes in Syria, hitting near the Turkish border even as Russian and Turkish leaders steered clear of direct military confrontation

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Russian-Turkish Tensions Simmer After Jet Shootdown

A day after Turkey shot down one of its warplanes, Russia resumed its airstrikes in Syria, hitting near the Turkish border even as Russian and Turkish leaders steered clear of direct military confrontation. 382in a day

Cost of Skin Drugs Rising Rapidly, Study Shows

Retail prices of 19 brand-name prescription drugs for dermatologic conditions increased fivefold on average between 2009 and 2015, according to a study. 67in 19 hours

U.S. Troops Suspended After Afghan Hospital Bombing

The commander of U.S. troops in Afghanistan said the service members most closely associated with the deadly bombing of a Doctors Without Borders hospital have been suspended. 85in a day

From Petty Criminal to Europe’s Most Wanted

The portrait emerging of Salah Abdeslam, a fugitive suspect in the Paris attacks, is of a young man who drifted through life and dabbled in petty crime before becoming more radicalized. in a day

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Countries Try to Raise Fertility—and Empower Women

Modern societies place a high value on empowering women. Yet that can clash with another goal: making babies. In video interviews, six teenage girls around the world share how they see themselves balancing education, careers and families. in 18 hours

Brazil Dam’s Failure Spread Toxic Waste, U.N. Report Says

An avalanche of mud unleashed by a massive dam failure in Brazil earlier this month contained “high levels of toxic heavy metals and other toxic chemicals,” a pair of United Nations experts said. in a day

Hazardous Jet Landings Are Rare, but Pilot Reporting Lags

More than 200 landing approaches made by commercial airliners over the past 15 years—a tiny portion of total flights—prompted collision warnings, yet most weren’t reported by pilots. in a day

German Prosecutors, California Regulator Open Fresh VW Probes

VW’s emissions crisis deepened, as U.S. authorities and German prosecutors set new probes into allegations of cheating, even as the company presented an upbeat plan to fix millions of tainted cars in Europe. in a day

The Pressure on Corporate Profits May Last Longer Than Expected

Experts who dismissals the drop in corporate profits as a temporary lull due to falling oil prices and the rising dollar are missing two important factors: oil may not be done going down, and the dollar may not be done going up. in 20 hours

Sumner Redstone’s Competence Questioned in Court Petition

Sumner Redstone, the 92-year-old controlling shareholder of Viacom and CBS, lacks the capacity to manage his own affairs, his former girlfriend said in court documents. in a day

DraftKings, FanDuel Argue Against New York Ban

Daily fantasy sports operators DraftKings and FanDuel appeared in court Wednesday to argue vigorously against the New York attorney general’s plan to shut them down in the state. in a day

Conservatives Reach Out to Latinos Ahead of 2016 Elections

Libre, an activist group funded by the conservative donor network founded by Charles and David Koch, offers recent Hispanic immigrants practical services, peppered with conservative political messages. in a day

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Pennsylvania Budget Battle Takes Toll on Residents

Funding for services to senior citizens and others is tied up as Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf and Republican lawmakers miss another deadline to work out a budget deal. in a day

Maine Wants Candy, Soda Excluded From Food Stamps

As American families plan their holiday meals, officials in Maine would be thankful if they could stop thousands of residents from using food stamps to add soft drinks and candy to their menus. 86in 14 hours

Brazilian Bank Chief, Senator Arrested in Petrobras Probe

Brazil’s federal police arrested André Esteves, the CEO of Brazil’s largest investment bank, and Sen. Delcidio do Amaral, of the ruling Workers’ Party, in a widening of the Petrobras probe. in a day

Law Scraps Pay Day for Fannie and Freddie CEOs

President Barack Obama on Wednesday signed into law a $3.4 million pay cut for the chief executives of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, a harsh rebuff of the companies’ regulator by Congress and the administration. in a day

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