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The Wall Street Journal

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Weekly Jobless Claims Tick Down, Remain Near Prepandemic LevelsSecretary of State Antony Blinken to Lay Out U.S. Policy on ChinaU.S. Stocks Turn Higher on Federal Reserve, Retail Sector NewsTexas School Shooting Victims Were All in Same ClassroomGeorgia Gov. Brian Kemp Defeats Trump-Backed Rival in PrimaryTech-Stock Selloff Pulls Nasdaq LowerU.S. Stocks Tumble as Tech Selloff DeepensRussia Tries to Tighten Hold Over Occupied Areas of UkraineFinancial Stocks Lead Market RallyPfizer Says Three-Dose Covid Vaccine 80% Effective in Young ChildrenBiden Says U.S. Would Intervene Militarily if China Invaded TaiwanStocks Finish Nearly Unchanged to Cap Volatile WeekU.S. Stocks Turn Lower in Midday TradingGlobal Stocks Rise After China Cuts a Key Interest RateStocks Finish Lower After Turbulent SessionDow Down in Early Trading as Volatility Continues on Wall StreetU.S. Stock Futures Slide, Pointing to Possible Further LossesDow Drops More Than 1,100 Points on Recession FearsPennsylvania GOP Senate Race May Be Headed for a RecountSweden and Finland Apply for NATO Membership