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U.S. Surprised as Pyongyang Scraps Talks

November 9, 2018 |

North Korea’s decision to call off high-stakes talks with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo scheduled for Thursday exposes divisions between the two countries over denuclearization and the diplomatic process to try to achieve it.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

Indonesia Crash Probe Zeros In on Faulty Flight-Control Gear

November 8, 2018 |

Indonesian investigators said a malfunctioning flight-control system fed widely divergent readings to the pilot and co-pilot during the second-to-last flight of the Lion Air jet that plummeted into the sea last week.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

Samsung’s New Foldable-Screen Smartphone Is 7.3 Inches When Open

November 8, 2018 |

Samsung Electronics revealed a foldable-screen smartphone that folds like a book and opens up to tablet size.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

What the Midterm Election Shows: America’s Two Parties Live In Divergent Worlds

November 8, 2018 |

Extending a yearslong phenomenon, Republicans are becoming the party of rural, white America, while Democrats find support from cities and suburbs. The realignment presents problems for both in figuring out a long-term strategy for national success, with 2020 looming.
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Trump, at News Conference, Vows to Retaliate Against Any Investigations

November 8, 2018 |

President Trump pledged to retaliate against any investigations launched by majority House Democrats in the new Congress, during a post-midterm news conference in which he repeatedly struck a combative stance while also calling for bipartisanship.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

France’s Macron Calls for Creating a ‘European Army’

November 8, 2018 |

French President Emmanuel Macron called for the creation of a “true European army,” issuing a sharp critique of trans-Atlantic security ties days before U.S. President Trump is due to visit France.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe

Trophy Infrastructure, Troublesome Debt: China Makes Inroads in Europe

November 8, 2018 |

Beijing is constructing parallel financial and commercial networks across Central and Eastern Europe to challenge the global order. Its offers give emerging economies a quick path to development and infrastructure—but with downsides, including debt burdens.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe

Boeing, FAA to Issue Safety Alerts Following Lion Air Crash

November 7, 2018 |

Boeing Co. and U.S. aviation regulators intend to issue twin safety warnings about potentially suspect software affecting certain flight-control displays on the 737 Max 8, according to people familiar with the matter.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

Amazon HQ2 Change Leaves Cities in a Bind

November 7, 2018 |

Amazon.com Inc.’s change of plans to name more than one location for its massive HQ2 second headquarters leaves cities in a bind as they prepare for a decision that could come as soon as this week.
WSJ.com: US Business

Dell Discusses Sweetening Tracking-Stock Offer With Large Shareholders

November 7, 2018 |

Dell Technologies has been contacting large shareholders of an affiliate about sweetening a roughly $ 22 billion bid to buy them out before the unpopular deal goes to a vote next month.
WSJ.com: US Business