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GLOBE NEWS ·THE WALL STREET JOURNAL-Extremists Reach Out to Refugees in Germany In Germany, officials are becoming increasingly concerned about another security risk: that local extremists will seek to radicalize migrants after they arrive

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Extremists Reach Out to Refugees in Germany

In Germany, officials are becoming increasingly concerned about another security risk: that local extremists will seek to radicalize migrants after they arrive. in a day

European Union Reaches Deal With Turkey on Migration

The European Union and Turkey have reached an agreement on how to stem the flow of refugees into the bloc. in a day

Scientists Dispute 2-Degree Model Guiding Climate Talks

The most important benchmark underpinning talks on climate change—two degrees Celsius—has guided climate-treaty discussions for decades, but some scientists say it is an arbitrary threshold. 257in a day

Online Shopping Surges on Black Friday Weekend

More people shopped online than in stores during the Thanksgiving and Black Friday weekend, a retail survey said, a sign of how quickly and deeply American shopping habits have changed. in a day

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Graying Japan Tries to Embrace Golden Years

Entrepreneurs are exploring robotics and other innovations to unleash the potential of Japan’s elderly. in 20 hours

THE OUTLOOK

Divergent Paths for Fed and ECB

Developments in the U.S. and Europe this week are set to widen the likely path of interest rates in the two regions and add to currency-market turbulence that has produced a 12% increase in the value of the dollar against the euro since the start of the year. in a day

Planned Parenthood Shooting Escalates Abortion Debate

The shooting at a Colorado Springs, Colo., Planned Parenthood clinic that left three dead reverberated among activists, lawmakers and presidential candidates already entrenched in clashes over abortion. 60in a day

IMF Move Would Pressure China on Yuan Management

The International Monetary Fund is close to labeling the yuan a reserve currency. Now comes the hard part for Chinese officials, who will have to prove they can treat it like one. in a day

China’s Broker Probes Weigh on November Stock Gains

Chinese officials’ widening investigation into what they deem suspicious or illegal trading activity is weighing on November’s gains in the Shanghai Composite Index. in a day

OPEC Is Ready to Rumble Over Saudi Output

Pressure is building on Saudi Arabia to rein in its oil output after a year of pumping full tilt, setting up the most contentious OPEC meeting in years this week. in a day

Trouble in the Checkout Line: Which Way to Pay?

The choice at checkout used to be simple: Cash or credit? Now, holiday shoppers must figure out whether to dip or swipe, wave or tap as payment methods proliferate. You really want to pay with your watch? 58in a day

Streaming Era Sets Off Battle Over TV Rights

Television’s various stakeholders—the studios that finance shows, the networks that air them, and the talent that produces and stars in them—are fighting to protect their interests in the emerging on-demand TV economy. in 15 hours

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Focus Turns to Judge in Latest Appeal of Net Neutrality Rules

Judge David Tatel, who shot down two previous versions of the net-neutrality rule, will help decide the latest challenge. in 21 hours

AB InBev Plans to Sell Grolsch, Peroni Brands

Anheuser-Busch InBev plans to sell two of SABMiller’s best-known beer brands, Grolsch and Peroni, as the world’s largest brewer seeks to ease European regulatory concerns over its pending acquisition of its biggest rival. in a day

Visa-Waiver Program Gets Scrutiny

Following an initial clash over how to respond to the Paris terrorist attacks, Congress and the White House are finding more common ground in efforts to bolster security through the program that makes it easier for foreigners to travel to the U.S. without obtaining a visa. in a day
Homeless man Bobby Foster is seen in the Pacific Palisades neighborhood in Los Angeles. Residents of the affluent neighborhood have begun a private fundraising campaign to bring mental-health and other services for roughly 180 homeless people.

L.A. Neighborhoods Tackle Homelessness

Private efforts aim to curb outdoor encampments that have spread from downtown’s Skid Row to residential areas. 112

Obama and Bill Gates to Launch Clean Energy Initiative

President Barack Obama and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates will launch a multi-billion-dollar initiative Monday to accelerate clean-energy research and development as part of a global effort to fight climate change. in a day

Rubio Straddles Line Between Insider, Outsider

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio has positioned himself as a bridge candidate in the 2016 Republican presidential contest, one that can appeal to centrists as well as religious conservatives. That message is echoed by voter surveys. 145in a day

André Esteves Resigns as Chairman, CEO of BTG Pactual

The announcement was made after Brazil’s Supreme Court agreed to keep the billionaire banker in jail in connection with the government’s Petrobras investigation. in a day

Pope Calls for Harmony in Central African Republic

Pope Francis called on fighters waging a civil war in Central African Republic to lay down their weapons, during a trip that raised hopes that his visit would kick-start a stalled peace process. in a day

Efforts to Revive Afghan-Taliban Talks Under Way

Efforts by the U.S., Pakistan and China are under way to revive peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban in the coming weeks, officials involved in the process said. in a day

Islamic State Entrenches in Libya

Sirte, on Libya’s Mediterranean coast across from Europe, has become the first city Islamic State governs outside of Syria and Iraq. 148in a day

Israel Suspends Diplomatic Contact With Some EU Bloc Bodies

Israel’s Prime Minister ordered the country’s foreign ministry to suspend diplomatic contact with EU bodies involved in Israeli-Palestinian peace efforts, after the bloc’s decision to label products made in the occupied territories. in a day

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Why U.S. Women Will Be An Olympic Force

U.S. women have become a force for the Olympic team, and behind the rise is Title IX, the federal law whose requirements essentially funnel females into Olympic sports. in a day

Musicians Take (Over) the A Train

Some straphangers aboard the A train in New York on Sunday were treated to jazz in celebration of the 100th anniversary of late composer Billy Strayhorn’s birth. in a day

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