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Listen commercial free! Top stories. Timely insights. Mirrored after the popular WSJ column, get updates twice daily for your commute as our journalists cover world events, business, politics, markets and the economy.

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The Wall Street Journal Ranks the Best U.S. Airports

11/14/2018
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P.M. Edition for November 14th: The Wall Street Journal has released its first-ever ranking of U.S. Airports - and Denver International Airport tops the list. WSJ Middle Seat Columnist Scott McCartney has the details on who tops the list - and who ended up at the bottom.

Duration:00:10:11

Amid Wins, Advocates Push for More Women in Office

11/14/2018
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A.M. Edition for November 14th: Congress will have a record number of women next year. And advocates are hoping to build on that progress by sustaining the momentum of the midterms. The Wall Street Journal's Janet Hook has more details.

Duration:00:07:53

Amazon Names Its Winners: New York and Virginia

11/13/2018
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P.M. Edition for November 13th: Amazon has named the homes of its new headquarters: Long Island City, in New York, and Arlington County's Crystal City neighborhood, in Virginia. The announcement Tuesday ends a more than yearlong public competition that drew 238 candidates from across the country. The Wall Street Journal's Keiko Morris has the details.

Duration:00:08:28

Congress Gets Back to Work

11/13/2018
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A.M. Edition for November 13th: A split Congress returns to Washington this week with a full agenda. First up: agreeing on a spending bill to avoid a partial government shutdown on December 8th. The Wall Street Journal's Kristina Peterson has the details.

Duration:00:08:31

Wildfires Continue to Rage in California

11/12/2018
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P.M. Edition for November 12th: Firefighters in California are still battling two deadly wildfires - the Camp Fire and the Woolsey Fire. The Wall Street Journal's Erin Ailworth has more details on the damage and the challenges of bringing the fires under control.

Duration:00:08:05

Consumer Price Index, Retail Sales on Tap

11/12/2018
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The economic calendar picks up after Veterans Day on Monday, with the consumer price index, retail sales, and industrial production data on tap. The Wall Street Journal's Sharon Nunn has the details.

Duration:00:06:42

Judge Blocks Keystone Pipeline Permit

11/9/2018
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P.M. Edition for November 9: A federal judge has blocked the Trump administration's permit to build the long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline. The Wall Street Journal's Miguel Bustillo says this raises questions about whether Keystone XL will ever be built.

Duration:00:09:00

McDonald's Stays Above U.S.-Russia Tensions

11/9/2018
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A.M. Edition for November 9th: McDonald's is getting caught in the middle of tensions between the U.S. and Russia. But its solution there, so far, is using more local suppliers, and launching a new marketing campaign. The Wall Street Journal's Thomas Grove has more.

Duration:00:07:32

A Split Congress Could Complicate the New NAFTA

11/8/2018
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P.M. Edition for November 8th: A split Congress will have several issues to wrangle with, including U.S. trade policy. And Democrats taking the House majority - and demanding concessions - could complicate those efforts. The Wall Street Journal's William Mauldin explains.

Duration:00:08:42

Trump, GOP Face Hurdles from a Democratic House

11/8/2018
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A.M. Edition for November 8: Now that Democrats will control the House, Trump and Republicans will likely find it harder to enact policies on issues such as trade and taxes. More from the Wall Street Journal's Chester Dawson.

Duration:00:08:47

Election 2018 Review: What Happened and Why?

11/7/2018
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Election Insights: Executive Washington editor Gerald Seib analyzes the midterm elections that saw Democrats win control of the House. He discusses how the relationship between Democrats and President Trump could play out.

Duration:00:13:16

Election 2018 Edition: Key Races and Results

11/7/2018
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The midterm elections have resulted in a split Congress, with Democrats taking control of the House and Republicans maintaining control of the Senate. The Wall Street Journal's Natalie Andrews, Shelby Holliday, and Byron Tau have analysis and discuss what comes next.

Duration:00:12:35

Ahead of Midterms, Facebook Takes Down Accounts

11/6/2018
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P.M. Edition for November 6: Acting on a tip from law enforcement, Facebook said it took down over 100 accounts engaged in misinformation on the eve of the midterm elections. More from the Wall Street Journal's Deepa Seetharaman.

Duration:00:09:51

The Races to Watch in the Midterms

11/6/2018
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A.M. Edition for November 6th: Tuesday is Election Day, and there are several key races to watch across the nation, as Democrats look to flip the House. The Wall Street Journal's Josh Jamerson has a closer look.

Duration:00:08:06

Why White Men Are the Swing Group to Watch

11/5/2018
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P.M. Edition for November 5th: There are several tight House races heading into the midterms. And one of the groups to watch is white men with college degrees, whose party affiliation has been shifting. The Wall Street Journal's Aaron Zitner has the details.

Duration:00:08:40

After Election Day, Fed Holds November Meeting

11/5/2018
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A.M. Edition for November 5th: The new week packs plenty of economic data around election day, including consumer sentiment and a statement from the Federal Reserve on Thursday. The Wall Street Journal's Harriet Torry has the details.

Duration:00:06:58

Wall Street Wants Your Smartphone's Location Data

11/2/2018
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P.M. Edition for November 2: How much is your cell phone's location data worth to Wall Street? The Wall Street Journal's Ryan Dezember says a handful of companies are supplying investors with smartphone data detailing where you go and where you may spend your money.

Duration:00:08:58

Wages Climb in October. And May Have Room to Grow

11/2/2018
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Special Edition for November 2: Analysis of the October employment report. Employers added 250,000 jobs to the U.S. economy, and the unemployment rate held steady at 3.7%. Principal Global Investors chief global economist Bob Baur discusses how wage growth is benefiting nearly all income classes, and how the Federal Reserve is likely to respond.

Duration:00:08:00

U.S. Companies Pass Higher Costs on to Consumers

11/2/2018
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A.M. Edition for November 2nd: As U.S. companies face higher costs due to tariffs and other factors, more are passing them along to consumers, by increasing prices. The Wall Street Journal's Austen Hufford has more on how that's raising fears of inflation.

Duration:00:07:58

Open Enrollment Starts for Affordable Care Act

11/1/2018
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P.M. Edition for November 1: Open enrollment began Thursday for the Affordable Care Act. Republican efforts to chip away at the ACA are causing new uncertainty about the law's stability. More from the Wall Street Journal's Stephanie Armour.

Duration:00:07:30