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21岁的澳大利亚人本-帕斯捷尔纳克(Ben Pasternak)已经筹集了数百万美元,创办了三家位于纽约市的创业公司,他的产品在塔吉特(Target)和山姆俱乐部(Sam's Club)销售。"我的目标是再也不上学了。"

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2021 年 第 26 周归档(06.28 - 07.05)

The maker of Cheerios cereal and Betty Crocker cake mix—facing its highest costs in a decade—said it is raising prices across nearly all its grocery categories around the world (on.wsj.com)
A shortage of small, single-family homes is leaving some millennial first-time buyers frustrated and out of luck in a hot housing market (on.wsj.com)
Washington Wire: More Republican women have announced plans to run for House seats in 2022 than at this point in any recent election cycle, say GOP officials (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: Of the 64% of Americans who have heard about critical race theory, 58% view it unfavorably, including 72% of political independents, writes @realchrisrufo. That’s a major liability for the political left. (on.wsj.com)
Virgin Galactic said Richard Branson plans to board a flight that will launch for space on July 11, nine days before outgoing Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos (on.wsj.com)
The AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine provides a strong bump to immunity when given as a third dose, or booster, more than six months after the second shot, according to a study (on.wsj.com)
Almost half the U.K.’s recent Covid-19 deaths are of people who have been vaccinated, but scientists say the figures so far offer reassurance that vaccines offer substantial protection against the Delta variant (on.wsj.com)
The ransomware group behind the hack of meatpacker JBS has begun an attack that may have infected as many as 40,000 computers world-wide, cybersecurity experts say (on.wsj.com)
Missouri has the highest rate of new Covid-19 cases in the U.S. as patients are younger and unvaccinated (on.wsj.com)
One day, AI could create versions of people who’ve died—not only as static replicas but as evolving digital entities that may steer companies or influence world events (on.wsj.com)
Search-and-rescue efforts were paused in Surfside on Saturday as teams prepare to demolish the remaining part of Champlain Towers South with explosives, which could happen as soon as Sunday (on.wsj.com)
With Cambodia’s borders still closed, one of the world’s most famous landmarks is a ghost town while the tourist hub of Siem Reap has reverted back into a sleepy country village. A travel writer reflects on a possible silver lining to the visitor ban. (on.wsj.com)
In her first term on the bench, Justice Amy Coney Barrett in many ways defied the predictions of conservatives and liberals (on.wsj.com)
Boom Technology is trying to revive supersonic travel, but the most ambitious part of its plan might be to run its aircraft on 100% sustainable fuels (on.wsj.com)
Residents of the collapsed Florida building were warned in April of extensive damage by the condo board president, who urged them to pay $15 million to fix issues (on.wsj.com)
A former Chinese Communist Party academic, now critic of the regime, is urging the U.S. to abandon "naive" hopes to engage with Beijing (on.wsj.com)
The maker of Cheerios cereal and Betty Crocker cake mix—facing its highest costs in a decade—said it is raising prices across nearly all its grocery categories around the world (on.wsj.com)
Bharat Biotech, of India, said its Covid-19 vaccine was effective against the coronavirus and provided significant protection against the Delta variant in late-stage clinical trials (on.wsj.com)
The U.S. will allow Americans to select the gender designation on their passport without requiring a medical certification, enabling citizens to have passports that match their gender identity (on.wsj.com)
Brazil’s Supreme Court authorized prosecutors to investigate President Jair Bolsonaro over allegations he turned a blind eye to possible corruption in a contract to buy India’s Covaxin Covid-19 vaccine (on.wsj.com)
Saudi Prince Khalid bin Salman, the country’s defense minister and brother of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, is scheduled to visit Washington next week (on.wsj.com)
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Because marijuana sales are still illegal at the federal level in the U.S., many banks won’t work with cannabis companies. New legislation may change that. #WSJWhatsNow (twitter.com)
Before the collapse, an engineering firm warned of a “major error” at Champlain Towers South that could cause concrete deterioration to “expand exponentially.” Here’s what we know about conditions at the Florida condo building. (on.wsj.com)
For the residents of popular Italian destinations like Rome, Venice and Florence, the return of tourism after the pandemic is economically crucial. But they’ll miss having their cities to themselves. (on.wsj.com)
The Vatican said it indicted a cardinal and nine other people in connection with a costly investment in London real estate, the source of one the biggest scandals of Pope Francis’s reign (on.wsj.com)
Observers of North Korea sense that Kim Jong Un’s weight loss has potential political undertones, providing stark imagery that the Supreme Leader is suffering alongside his citizens who face food shortages and an economic crisis (on.wsj.com)
Chinese leader Xi Jinping warned that foreign bullies would be “battered and bloodied,” as his ruling Communist Party marked its 100th anniversary (on.wsj.com)
The developers of the collapsed Surfside condominium tower worked around local building codes by adding a penthouse that wasn’t part of the original plan, a review of town building records shows (on.wsj.com)
Companies are paying $1,000, and more, to hire housekeepers, food servers, drivers and other hourly workers (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: The media won’t talk about this, and Republicans are so far missing in action, but Americans need to understand the stakes. Biden’s entitlement proposal is the biggest long-term economic threat in his agenda, writes The Editorial Board. (on.wsj.com)
At least 10 of the 26 doctors in Indonesia who died from Covid-19 this month had received both doses of the Chinese-made vaccine that is being used in many parts of the developing world (on.wsj.com)
Essay: "Declaration of Independence," John Trumbull's classic painting of a historic scene from 1776, captures the rivalry between Thomas Jefferson and John Adams that helped shape the American creed (on.wsj.com)
The ransomware group behind the hack of meatpacker JBS has begun an attack that could affect hundreds of organizations, cybersecurity experts say (on.wsj.com)
"I knew I needed help. I just didn't know how to ask for it," says CC Sabathia, a six-time All-Star pitcher who struggled with alcoholism off the field (on.wsj.com)
New York hospitals have a surplus of PPE, with millions of masks and pallets of disposable isolation gowns piling up. It will take months to use them up, a hospital executive says. “We bought so much of it.” (on.wsj.com)
Comedian Kevin Hart is building an entertainment empire, signing deals with major streaming platforms, publishing a children's book and debuting an Olympics show. His success is earning him praise: “He’s ambitious and he wants to win." (on.wsj.com)
Washington Wire: More Republican women have announced plans to run for House seats in 2022 than at this point in any recent election cycle, say GOP officials (on.wsj.com)
The Supreme Court upheld Arizona voting regulations, overturning an appeals court ruling that they discriminated against minority voters (on.wsj.com)
Peter Buffett has received more than $1 billion of his father’s Berkshire Hathaway fortune to give away as he sees fit. It is one small part of an enormous intergenerational transfer of wealth that is only just beginning (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: “Seeing America as it was and as it is today shouldn’t make us love our country any less,” writes @donnabrazile. “Patriotism requires that we face up to our past, including slavery and racism.” (on.wsj.com)
Older generations of Americans will hand down some $70 trillion of wealth between 2018 and 2042. It will be the greatest wealth transfer in modern history: “We told our children that we are going to give them a head start in life." (on.wsj.com)
The White House will urge the U.S. military to remove sexual harassment and assault cases from the chain of command and hand them off to independent military lawyers, administration officials said (on.wsj.com)
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Search-and-rescue teams resumed work at the partially collapsed Surfside, Fla. condominium after a roughly 14-hour pause Thursday due to safety concerns. The rescue effort could also be impeded by approaching Tropical Storm Elsa. #WSJWhatsNow (twitter.com)
Almost half the U.K.’s recent Covid-19 deaths are of people who have been vaccinated, but scientists say the figures so far offer reassurance that vaccines offer substantial protection against the Delta variant (on.wsj.com)
Sprinting star Sha’Carri Richardson tested positive for a chemical found in marijuana, invalidating her win in the U.S. trials and likely knocking her out of the women’s 100 meters at the Tokyo Olympics (on.wsj.com)
The U.S. added 850,000 jobs in June and the jobless rate was 5.9%, as the labor market heated up after a spring lull (on.wsj.com)
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Virgin Galactic founder Richard Branson announced plans to head to space on July 11, nine days before outgoing Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’s scheduled trip on a Blue Origin spacecraft #WSJWhatsNow (twitter.com)
Singapore is making plans to shift to a new phase in Covid-19 management—one in which the virus still circulates but becomes more manageable, like the flu (on.wsj.com)
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Take an early look at the front page of The Wall Street Journal (www.wsj.com)
California Gov. Gavin Newsom will face a recall election Sept. 14, when voters will determine whether or not the first-term Democrat should be removed and, if so, who should replace him (on.wsj.com)
Jeffrey Epstein’s New Mexico ranch, which includes a roughly 30,000-square-foot main home, a private air strip and a yurt, is hitting the market for $27.5 million (on.wsj.com)
A former top Wells Fargo executive said leaders at the bank acted like a mafia to suppress internal critics, according to a recorded phone call submitted to a U.K. court (on.wsj.com)
Caster Semenya won’t defend her 800-meter Olympic title because her testosterone levels exceed a 2018 limit imposed by track’s governing body on female athletes competing in distances between 400 meters and 1500 meters. (on.wsj.com)
One way 2021 is worse than 2020? Drought. Depleted snowpack and dry weather could mean higher food prices in coming months. (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: If gun control activists had confidence in their arguments, they wouldn’t find it necessary to lie, alter, and misstate what other people have said, writes John R. Lott Jr. (on.wsj.com)
Virgin Galactic said Richard Branson plans to board a flight that will launch for space on July 11, nine days before outgoing Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos (on.wsj.com)
Worker filings for jobless claims fell to 364,000 last week, reaching a new pandemic low as layoffs continue to recede (on.wsj.com)
The Justice Department ordered a halt to federal executions until it reviews its death-penalty policies, a reversal from the Trump administration (on.wsj.com)
Boom Technology is trying to revive supersonic travel, but the most ambitious part of its plan might be to run its aircraft on 100% sustainable fuels (on.wsj.com)
Patients receiving emergency medical care would no longer get surprise medical bills from providers outside their insurance network under a rule issued Thursday by the Biden administration (on.wsj.com)
Amazon can give billions of dollars of business to a supplier. In return, it sometimes wants a piece of the company. (on.wsj.com)
The highly transmissible Delta variant is now the most common strain of the Covid-19 virus circulating in the U.S., but the CDC says fully vaccinated Americans don’t necessarily need to put on face masks again (on.wsj.com)
Breaking: The Trump Organization was indicted for fraud and its finance chief Allen Weisselberg was indicted for grand larceny in the first criminal case resulting from a multiyear probe into Donald Trump's business affairs (on.wsj.com)
Companies are paying $1,000, and more, to hire housekeepers, food servers, drivers and other hourly workers as companies grow more desperate to fill open roles (on.wsj.com)
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi named Liz Cheney to the Jan. 6 Capitol riot select committee, tapping the Republican congresswoman as one of her eight picks (on.wsj.com)
The U.S. has won international backing for a global minimum corporate tax, including support from China and India, people familiar with the matter say. It's a major step toward a final deal. (on.wsj.com)
Singapore is making plans to shift to a new phase in Covid-19 management—one in which the virus still circulates but becomes more manageable, like the flu (on.wsj.com)
The Supreme Court ruled California went too far in requiring charities to disclose their major donors, finding the policy infringed on First Amendment rights (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: The Chinese Communist Party’s 100th anniversary is no occasion for joy, as the Party retains its grip on power and threatens global peace (on.wsj.com)
The NCAA suspended rules barring players from profiting off their athletic fame. An Iowa basketball player who pushed for change is ready to celebrate. (on.wsj.com)
Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg surrendered to New York prosecutors as he and the company face charges over its tax dealings (on.wsj.com)
Swedish fashion chain H&M put a number on the cost of upsetting China: about $75 million in lost sales last quarter (on.wsj.com)
Rental cars are hard to find in Hawaii. “By the time I checked, the only options were Teslas and Maseratis.” Tourists are turning to Craigslist, bikes and moving vans. (on.wsj.com)
The U.S. and Taiwan revived dormant trade and investment talks and pledged to keep supply chains free from forced labor, in a dig at China, which has objected to the negotiations (on.wsj.com)
As New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo gears up to campaign for a fourth term, a poll suggests that more than 60% of voters would rather see him resign immediately or not run again (on.wsj.com)
Chinese leader Xi Jinping warned that foreign bullies will be “battered and bloodied,” as his ruling Communist Party marked its 100th anniversary (on.wsj.com)
The original files of the source code for the World Wide Web were sold at auction as a nonfungible token, or NFT, for $5.4 million (on.wsj.com)
A New York grand jury has indicted the Trump Organization and its CFO with tax-related crimes that will be made public Thursday in court, people familiar with the matter said (on.wsj.com)
Russian President Vladimir Putin challenged U.S. leadership in world affairs on Wednesday, arguing that an era of U.S. hegemony has come to an end (on.wsj.com)
Comedian Kevin Hart is building an entertainment empire, signing deals with major streaming platforms, publishing a children's book and debuting an Olympics show. His success is earning him praise: “He’s ambitious and he wants to win." (on.wsj.com)
About 47 million people are expected to travel from July 1 to 5, expecting this Fourth of July weekend to reach levels not seen since before the Covid-19 pandemic (on.wsj.com)
General Mills said it is raising prices across nearly all its grocery categories around the world, as the maker of Cheerios cereal and Betty Crocker cake mix says it faces its highest costs in a decade (on.wsj.com)
People infected with Covid-19 after getting the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine carried less virus and had shorter cases than unvaccinated people who became infected, a new study by CDC researchers found (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: Biden’s proposed American Families Plan would make history, but not in a good way. For the first time, more than half of working age households would be on entitlement programs, write John Cogan and Daniel Heil. (on.wsj.com)
A third indigenous community in Canada says it has discovered unmarked graves near the site of a former Catholic-run residential school for indigenous children, adding to a somber mood across the country on the eve of its national day (on.wsj.com)
South Africa’s former President Jacob Zuma was sentenced to imprisonment for contempt of court, after he refused to appear at a commission investigating alleged corruption during his years in office (on.wsj.com)
Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, the architect of the invasion of Afghanistan and the Iraq War, has died. He was 88. (on.wsj.com)
Rescue crews faced a grueling seventh day of searching for survivors in a Miami-area condo collapse, with the death toll standing at 16 and 147 people unaccounted for (on.wsj.com)
Amazon has requested that FTC chief Lina Khan be recused from antitrust investigations of the company because of her past criticisms of the online giant (on.wsj.com)
Breaking: Bill Cosby's conviction for sexual assault was overturned by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. His prosecution was a key moment in the #MeToo movement. (on.wsj.com)
Heard on the Street: Singapore and Thailand are shifting toward the realities of living with Covid-19, not just keeping it out (on.wsj.com)
The U.S. will allow Americans to select the gender designation on their passport without requiring a medical certification, enabling citizens to have passports that match their gender identity (on.wsj.com)
Breaking: The Trump Organization and its CFO are expected to be charged with tax-related crimes by Manhattan prosecutors Thursday, people familiar with the matter say (on.wsj.com)
The Delta variant’s spread is a warning sign that the tactics that helped crush Australia’s previous Covid-19 outbreaks may not work this time (on.wsj.com)
A former Chinese Communist Party academic, now a critic of the regime, is urging the U.S. to abandon "naive" hopes of engaging with Beijing (on.wsj.com)
The top U.S. military commander in Afghanistan says recent gains by the Taliban are highly concerning and that rising violence may make a political solution impossible (on.wsj.com)
Kim Jong Un said North Korea’s Covid-19 situation has become grave and blamed top officials for missteps (on.wsj.com)
Canadian police are investigating fires that destroyed four Roman Catholic churches on indigenous land as suspicious: “It’s too much of a coincidence at this point.” (on.wsj.com)
Fox News agreed to pay the New York City Commission on Human Rights a $1 million settlement to resolve an investigation of sexual harassment claims (on.wsj.com)
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said it would tap New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal—the second South Asian to serve as a state’s chief law officer—to lead the agency’s efforts to police Wall Street (on.wsj.com)
The Supreme Court declined to lift a national moratorium on the eviction of tenants who have fallen behind on their rent during the pandemic (on.wsj.com)
The House voted 285-120 to remove statues of Confederates and other historical figures who advocated for slavery or white supremacy from public display in the U.S. Capitol (on.wsj.com)
The House voted 366-46 to repeal two decades-old authorizations of the use of military force in the Middle East, as Congress moves to reassert its constitutional powers to declare war (on.wsj.com)
President Biden is developing an order to rein in big companies and boost competition in industries dominated by a few firms, people familiar with the plans say (on.wsj.com)
The Supreme Court ruled that deported noncitizens who re-enter the U.S. illegally and claim asylum must remain in custody while their cases are processed (on.wsj.com)
Observers of North Korea sense that Kim Jong Un’s weight loss has potential political undertones, providing stark imagery that the Supreme Leader is suffering alongside his citizens who face food shortages and an economic crisis (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: Americans must acknowledge that the freedom to turn away from the flag, to denounce your country, is an extraordinary privilege, writes @gerardtbaker (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: President Biden’s vast expansion of entitlements is a threat to America’s economic future because the programs would be nearly impossible to repeal or reform, writes The Editorial Board (on.wsj.com)
The building official who gave the collapsed Florida condo a clean bill of health in November 2018 has been placed on leave from his current job as interim building official for another Miami-area city (on.wsj.com)
The Supreme Court ruled New Jersey can't block construction of a natural-gas pipeline, saying the developer can use eminent domain to take state property (on.wsj.com)
United Airlines is making its largest ever plane order, the latest sign of U.S. carriers’ growing confidence that travel is on course to snap back after being decimated by the pandemic last year (on.wsj.com)
A former Chinese Communist Party academic, now a critic of the regime, is urging the U.S. to abandon "naive" hopes to engage with Beijing (on.wsj.com)
Since former Minneapolis officer Derek Chauvin killed George Floyd last May in front of three colleagues, more police departments have begun training police officers to intervene when their fellow officers use excessive force or engage in other misconduct (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: Of the 64% of Americans who have heard about critical race theory, 58% view it unfavorably, including 72% of political independents, writes @realchrisrufo. That’s a major liability for the political left. (on.wsj.com)
Jean shorts, or jorts, are flying off shelves. Here’s why the uniform of the barbecue dad is now seen as high fashion. (on.wsj.com)
Education-technology company 2U Inc., which runs graduate programs for dozens of top universities, is buying web-based course provider edX, a nonprofit founded by Harvard and MIT (on.wsj.com)
The Delta Covid-19 variant is surging across Africa, the continent with the least vaccines and weakest healthcare systems, overwhelming hospitals and forcing new lockdowns (on.wsj.com)
Some Venetians hoped the city would manage tourism better after the pandemic. The avalanche of visitors is already back. (on.wsj.com)
Observers of North Korea sense that Kim Jong Un’s weight loss has potential political undertones, providing stark imagery that the Supreme Leader is suffering alongside his citizens who face food shortages and an economic crisis (on.wsj.com)
At least 10 of the 26 doctors in Indonesia who died from Covid-19 this month had received both doses of China’s Sinovac vaccine (on.wsj.com)
Juul will pay $40 million to North Carolina to settle a lawsuit alleging it marketed its e-cigarettes to attract underage users (on.wsj.com)
Residents of the collapsed Florida tower were warned in April of extensive damage by the condo board president, who urged them to pay $15 million to fix issues (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: The Justice Department’s lawsuit against Georgia is weak on evidence and the law, writes The Editorial Board (on.wsj.com)
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Monday introduced the legislative text needed to establish a select committee with subpoena power to investigate the Jan. 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol, in advance of an expected vote in the House on Wednesday (on.wsj.com)
Alternating a dose of Covid-19 vaccine made by Pfizer with one from AstraZeneca is safe and provides a strong immune response against the disease, a new study shows (on.wsj.com)
Lawyers for the Trump Organization made a last-ditch effort to persuade New York prosecutors not to pursue tax-related charges that could come as soon as this week, arguing the company was being unfairly targeted (on.wsj.com)
Worried about leaving your pandemic kitty alone now that you're leaving the house again? This tech will keep your tabby fed, hydrated, entertained and tidy (on.wsj.com)
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer reiterated his call for the Biden administration to cancel $50,000 in federal student loan debt for every borrower (on.wsj.com)
The developers of the collapsed Surfside condominium tower worked around local building codes by adding a penthouse that wasn’t part of the original plan, a review of town building records shows (on.wsj.com)
The AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine provides a strong bump to immunity when given as a third dose, or booster, more than six months after the second shot, according to a study (on.wsj.com)
Observers of North Korea sense that Kim Jong Un’s weight loss has potential political undertones, providing stark imagery that the Supreme Leader is suffering alongside his citizens who face food shortages and an economic crisis (on.wsj.com)
The death toll rose to nine in the Miami-area condo collapse, with more than 150 people still unaccounted for, an official said (on.wsj.com)
Simone Biles will lead the four-woman U.S. squad of Sunisa Lee, Jordan Chiles and Grace McCallum that is a heavy favorite to win its third straight Olympic team competition in Tokyo (on.wsj.com)
Bitcoin’s price rose after billionaire Ricardo Salinas Pliego said his bank was working toward becoming the first Mexican lender to accept the cryptocurrency (on.wsj.com)
Workers are trading jobs, enticed by the guarantee of flexible schedules and continued work from home (on.wsj.com)
"I'm waiting on my two best friends—one of them is my 21-year-old son." A father tried to remain hopeful as the search for survivors of the condo collapse continued. (on.wsj.com)
Billions of dollars earmarked for sustainable investment are going to companies with questionable environmental credentials as some money managers stretch the definition of “green” (on.wsj.com)
As the U.S. emerges from the pandemic, mental-health providers say they are facing a wave of patients with urgent needs. “It seems like everyone has been holding their breath for a year, and now, it’s just a total explosion of everything.” (on.wsj.com)
“F9: The Fast Saga” collected an estimated $70 million in the U.S., giving Hollywood its best opening weekend since December 2019 (on.wsj.com)
As the U.S. emerges from the pandemic, mental-health providers say they are facing a wave of patients with urgent needs. “It seems like everyone has been holding their breath for a year, and now, it’s just a total explosion of everything.” (on.wsj.com)
Residents of Champlain Towers North, whose twin building collapsed four days ago, met Sunday to discuss whether they should stay in the beachfront condos or leave (on.wsj.com)
The world of Formula 1 has long been known as a billionaire boy’s club. Can the W Series—the world’s first international female-only motorsport championship—change that? (on.wsj.com)
Workers are trading jobs, enticed by the guarantee of flexible schedules and continued work from home (on.wsj.com)
The U.S. conducted airstrikes in Syria and Iraq against two Iranian-backed militias that the Pentagon said were mounting drone attacks against U.S. troops (on.wsj.com)
The Delta variant is rapidly taking over the U.S. Here's how we got to this point. (on.wsj.com)
The more infectious Delta variant of the coronavirus is spreading rapidly across Europe as the continent rushes to vaccinate as many people as possible (on.wsj.com)
India has officially recorded more than 390,000 coronavirus deaths, but families who have lost loved ones, health experts and statisticians say that vastly undercounts the true toll (on.wsj.com)
Hotels and restaurants are seeing a surge in customers. There aren’t enough hourly workers to serve them. (on.wsj.com)
No chlorine? No problem. This summer, homeowners are trading traditional pools for natural or "bio" pools, which are completely chemical-free. (on.wsj.com)
From the biblical Leviathan to the modern Japanese ningen, some of humanity’s favorite stories conjure creatures of the deep (on.wsj.com)
India is warning about new versions of the highly infectious Delta variant of the coronavirus that are spreading around the country (on.wsj.com)
“F9: The Fast Saga” collected an estimated $70 million in the U.S., giving Hollywood its best opening weekend since December 2019 (on.wsj.com)
The fallout from the pandemic will transform where we live, how we shop, where we go to college, our expectations of governments and more. Here's a guide to seven ways our world will change in coming years. (on.wsj.com)
An engineering firm warned of "systemic issues" with the Miami-area condo building before its deadly collapse (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: I created a special seminar for Duke students to discuss controversial issues freely, and the results were eye-opening, writes Professor John Rose. (on.wsj.com)
"I'm waiting on my two best friends—one of them is my 21-year-old son." A father tried to remain hopeful as the search for survivors of the condo collapse continued. (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: Apple Daily’s death at the hands of the Chinese Communist Party is a warning of what can happen to any company in Hong Kong, write L. Gordon Crovitz and Mark L. Clifford. (on.wsj.com)