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Nike's quarterly sales were roughly flat and its inventory surged, signs that the sneaker giant is still trying to balance consumer demand with supply-chain snarls https://t.co/FhHrqQS6EH
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The number of people found dead Monday in a tractor trailer near San Antonio has risen to at least 46, the highest number of fatalities ever in a suspected migrant smuggling operation in the U.S., federal officials said https://t.co/oewdd6RgUp
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Before his arrest, a biotech wizard collected millions in drug-development deals. Authorities allege he was a fraud who directed a murder to hide his past. https://t.co/sYjKwvYTlZ
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Restaurateur Keith McNally: “I feel about the restaurant scene the way I feel about marriage. Depends on the night” https://t.co/4sRU6v1bjc
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At least 40 people were found dead near San Antonio in what officials believe to be a migrant-smuggling attempt https://t.co/VHBye3nB9a
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President Biden’s nominee to lead U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Sheriff Ed Gonzalez, has withdrawn his name from consideration https://t.co/Nxw2ZqQhs0
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Some of the nation’s biggest retailers, including CVS and Walmart, are rationing over-the-counter emergency contraceptive pills as demand spikes following the Supreme Court ruling overturning a constitutional right to abortion https://t.co/VmYACVO5wM
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The U.S. has carried out an airstrike in Syria that killed a suspected militant leader affiliated with al Qaeda, the U.S. military said https://t.co/E7CAUm20sR
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Real-estate agents from New York to Chicago and Atlanta see more people than ever making offers above asking to lease homes and apartments. “We’re politely recommending it.” https://t.co/oNmlJx181q
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From @WSJopinion: Now is the time to expose Chinese corruption, writes Nate Sibley. A steady stream of graft scandals could help erode the Communist Party’s domestic legitimacy. https://t.co/Spb9CZwhmd
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This summer will test whether Americans already absorbing surging costs for fuel and food can also shoulder the burden of costlier cellphone service. https://t.co/h0scGiXBew
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Watch: Control of Congress is up for grabs and candidates are eager to sway voters heading into November. @joshjame explains how Republicans and Democrats are framing the debate around some key issues. https://t.co/LJB2PhfUm3
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Six weeks after disclosing its first Covid-19 outbreak, North Korea is reporting a dwindling number of cases and appears to have avoided an outright catastrophe, according to defectors and medical experts https://t.co/NRdIDZugIA
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One of the early post-Roe legal developments came Monday in Louisiana, where a state judge in New Orleans issued a temporary restraining order blocking enforcement of the state’s abortion ban https://t.co/lKOTGIIivD
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The Supreme Court ruled 6-3 that a public high school must let a football coach pray at the 50-yard line after games (corrects an earlier tweet, which has been deleted, that incorrectly stated the coach lost his job after praying) https://t.co/Yjx7qi79s2 https://t.co/L5NAByiIEU
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From @BuySideWSJ: Why is a Messenger Bag a great carryall? We tapped two style industry founders and an expert organizer to find what they prioritize. Find their “pro picks“ at the link below. https://t.co/JUaSQvkiEE
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Do you have trouble turning on your vacation responder? Here’s how to tailor a perfect out-of-office reply—and stick to it https://t.co/O8fh9UoG35
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A grocery store employee who slapped former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani on the back was arrested Sunday and charged with second-degree assault https://t.co/arZcbmdnxf
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Summer road trips mean drivers are spending more time with strange sidekicks that can be, like passengers, sometimes pleasant company, sometimes annoying and bossy. “Cookie Monster would give me that affirmation that I just was needing in my life." https://t.co/HgBtPTcGNR
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