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Europe · United States
Capital One is buying Discover in a $35.3 billion deal
Capital One announced it’s acquiring Discover Financial Services for $35.3 billion in an all-stock deal, giving the bank a leg up in the competitive credit card market. See the Story
60% Center coverage: 129 sources
Benjamin Netanyahu · United States
US reportedly looking to send more weapons to Israel even as Biden pushes for ceasefire
The Biden administration is preparing to send bombs and other weapons to Israel that would add to its military arsenal even as the U.S. pushes for a cease-fire in the war in Gaza, according to current and former U.S. officials. The proposed arms delivery includes roughly a thousand each of MK-82 bombs, KMU-572 Joint Direct Attack Munitions that add precision guidance to bombs, and FMU-139 bomb fuses, the officials said. The arms are estimated to be worth tens of millions of dollars. The proposed delivery is still being reviewed internally by the administration, a U.S. official said, and the details of the proposal could change before the Biden administration notifies congressional committee leaders who would need to approve the transfer.See the Story
Coverage: 27 sources
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Lauren Boebert · Colorado
Lauren Boebert Tries to Convince New District
Campaign swag for one of the nation’s most visible and controversial members of Congress has long declared, “This is Boebert Country.” Now, as the congresswoman runs for election in a new district on the opposite side of the state, voters are scrutinizing whether she belongs in their country. See the Story
100% Center coverage: 2 sources
Avdiivka · Avdiivka
What Russia’s Capture of Avdiivka Means for the Ukraine War
Russia seized the eastern Ukrainian town of Avdiivka on Saturday following months of grinding combat. WSJ explains what Moscow’s most significant battlefield victory in nearly a year means for Russia, Ukraine and Kyiv’s western backers. Photo: Vlada Liberova/Libkos/Getty ImagesSee the Story
60% Left coverage: 5 sources
Immigration · Brisbane City
Why Immigration Legislation Is Next to Impossible to Pass in Congress
WSJ senior political correspondent Molly Ball explains how the latest border bill fell apart even before it reached the Senate floor. Congress has spent decades attempting and failing to pass bipartisan legislation on immigration and border security. Video from around the world on the latest news developments, with insight from Wall Street Journal editors and reporters.See the Story
Coverage: 2 sources
Donald Trump · New York
Trump Fraud Ruling Threatens to Handcuff Family Business Operations
The $355 million New York fraud ruling against Donald Trump stands to put a serious dent in his bank account, but it is the nonmonetary punishments that could be particularly painful for his company. See the Story
100% Center coverage: 2 sources
Pandemic · San Francisco
Tech Leaders Fled San Francisco During the Pandemic. Now, They're Coming Back.
Founders and investors who moved to Miami and elsewhere are returning to a boom in AI and an abundance of tech talent. From a report: In 2020, venture capitalist Keith Rabois urged startup founders to join him in ditching San Francisco for Miami, praising the city's safety, lower taxes and tech-frie...See the Story
67% Center coverage: 3 sources