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Stay informed of breaking news throughout your day with senior editor John Wordock of The Wall Street Journal. Listen to critical news and engaging interviews, featuring executives, economists and notable WSJ editors discuss business, markets, the 2016 election and more.

Stay informed of breaking news throughout your day with senior editor John Wordock of The Wall Street Journal. Listen to critical news and engaging interviews, featuring executives, economists and notable WSJ editors discuss business, markets, the 2016 election and more.
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Witnesses Express Concerns About Trump-Ukraine Call

11/19/2019
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P.M. Edition for November 19th: Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman said he had concerns about a July call between President Trump and his Ukrainian counterpart, and that it was his duty to report it. Tim Hanrahan has more on Vindman's testimony in the impeachment probe. Plus, Suzanne Kapner explains how U.S. consumers are showing the nation's partisan divide. Annmarie Fertoli hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:14:28

U.S. Shifts Decades of Policy on Legality of Israeli Settlements

11/19/2019
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A.M. Edition for November 19th: The Trump administration has said Israeli settlements in the West Bank aren't illegal, reversing decades of American policy. From Jerusalem, Felicia Schwartz has more on what it means for the region. Plus, John Lyons reports from outside Hong Kong Polytechnic University, where a standoff between police and protestors continues. And Mike Bird on why tech stocks could see their best performance in a decade. Kim Gittleson hosts. Learn more about your ad choices....

Duration:00:12:49

Baltimore Struggles With Massive Backlog of Asbestos Cases

11/18/2019
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P.M. Edition for November 18th: Baltimore courts have come up with a plan to chip away at the city's nearly 30,000 asbestos cases - one of the largest backlogs in the nation. But not everyone's on board. Sara Randazzo explains. Plus, would you consider getting the flu on purpose? Some people did, as part of a study to develop better vaccines. Sumathi Reddy has more. Annmarie Fertoli reports. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:12:23

Saudi Aramco Target Valuation Falls Short

11/18/2019
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A.M. Edition for November 18th: Saudi Arabia's state oil giant Aramco is aiming for a valuation of up to $1.7 trillion - less than expected. Ben Dummett explains. Plus, after another violent weekend in Hong Kong, a court rules that the government's mask ban is illegal - Natasha Khan has the latest. And Rebecca Ballhaus previews this week's impeachment hearings. Kim Gittleson hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:13:21

Former Ukraine Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch Testifies

11/15/2019
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P.M. Edition for November 15th: In testimony that went on for hours, Marie Yovanovitch, the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, told lawmakers in the impeachment inquiry that she was unfairly targeted by allies of President Trump. Byron Tau has more. Plus, a WSJ exclusive: Federal prosecutors are investigating how Rudy Giuliani stood to profit from Ukrainian energy projects. Rebecca Davis O'Brien has the details. And it's been a strange week for the Dow. Karen Langley explains. Annmarie...

Duration:00:12:58

Hong Kong's Week of Violence and Lawlessness

11/15/2019
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A.M. Edition for November 15th: Antigovernment protesters and police shocked Hong Kong with some of the ugliest incidents in nearly six months of unrest this week - Steve Russolillo explains what happened. Plus, Harriet Torry on Larry Kudlow's trade-deal hints, Shelby Holliday on today's impeachment testimony, and Caitlin Ostroff on why Treasury yields are rising. Kim Gittleson hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:12:57

Walmart Extends Growth Streak

11/14/2019
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P.M. Edition for November 14th: Walmart, the nation's largest retailer, marked a five-year growth streak on Thursday. The earnings come on a big day for Walmart, which reopened its El Paso, Texas store where a gunman killed 22 people in August. Sarah Nassauer has more details. Plus, Venice, Italy was inundated with historic flooding this week. Eric Sylvers reports. Annmarie Fertoli hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:09:04

Admissions Scandal: Rick Singer's Network

11/14/2019
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A.M. Edition for November 14th: The Wall Street Journal's Melissa Korn talks about the network of coaches formed by William "Rick" Singer, the admitted mastermind behind the college admissions scandal. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:15:07

Witnesses Testify Publicly in Impeachment Inquiry

11/13/2019
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P.M. Edition for November 13th: Acting Ambassador to Ukraine Bill Taylor and senior State Department official George Kent are the first public witnesses to testify in the impeachment inquiry. Congressional Reporter Natalie Andrews has the key takeaways. Plus, the WSJ ranks the nation's airports. Middle Seat Columnist Scott McCartney has more on the rankings. Annmarie Fertoli hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:13:10

Public Hearings Begin in Impeachment Inquiry

11/13/2019
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A.M. Edition for November 13th: Millions of people are expected to watch the first public hearings in the impeachment inquiry. Congressional Reporter Natalie Andrews has more on what to keep a close eye on. Elsewhere on Capitol Hill, lawmakers will hear from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell. Nick Timiraos has the details. And the nation's largest milk company, Dean Foods, files for bankruptcy. Jacob Bunge explains what it means for the industry. Annmarie Fertoli reports. Learn more...

Duration:00:12:50

Concerns About War Crimes By Turkish-Backed Forces in Syria

11/12/2019
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P.M. Edition for November 12: U.S. drone footage appears to show Turkish-backed Arab gunmen targeting civilians during their assault on Kurdish fighters in northeastern Syria. The Wall Street Journal's Dion Nissenbaum says the footage has raised concerns about possible war crimes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:17:45

Banks Experiment at Branches to Draw Customers In

11/12/2019
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A.M. Edition for November 12th: Banks are struggling to re-invent their branches - and keep them relevant for the digitally-minded. Allison Prang explains. Plus, the hazards of being "real" online - especially for teens. Julie Jargon explains. Annmarie Fertoli hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:14:27

Some Southwest Planes Lack Final Safety Verification

11/11/2019
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P.M. Edition for November 11: The Wall Street Journal says Southwest Airlines is flying more than three dozen planes without being able to verify they comply with all mandatory federal safety standards. WSJ's Andy Paszdor has more. In another WSJ exclusive, Google is collecting personal health data on millions of Americans. The story from the WSJ's Rob Copeland. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:17:16

Public Hearings in Impeachment Inquiry to Begin This Week

11/11/2019
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A.M. Edition for Monday, November 11th: House Democrats begin public hearings of witnesses in the impeachment inquiry into President Trump's dealings with Ukraine. The Wall Street Journal's Siobhan Hughes has a preview for us. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:13:52

California Marks One Year Since Devastating Camp Fire

11/8/2019
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P.M. Edition for November 8th: It's been one year since California's deadliest wildfire destroyed the town of Paradise. Erin Ailworth has more on the recovery. Plus, a new breakthrough in the investigation of vaping illnesses. And Saturday marks 30 years since the fall of the Berlin wall. Sara Germano reports. Annmarie Fertoli hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:14:36

WeWork Rise Helped by Wall Street's Cash and Credibility

11/8/2019
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A.M. Edition for November 8th: As WeWork grew, Wall Street lent it money and credibility even as internally, doubts remained. David Benoit has more. Plus, Josh Zumbrun on mixed signals on a potential U.S.-China trade deal, Alex Frangos on global bond yields, and could Mike Bloomberg enter the Democratic presidential race? Kim Gittleson hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:11:03

Burisma's Hire of Hunter Biden Part of Effort to Clean Up Its Image

11/7/2019
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P.M. Edition for November 7th: Ukrainian gas company Burisma hired Hunter Biden in 2014. Thomas Grove explains how Biden's hire was part of a bigger strategy for the company. Plus, Saudi Arabia is backing former Uber chief Travis Kalanick's latest venture. Rolfe Winkler has the details. And Apple's gadgets co-star in its new drama. Tripp Mickle explains. Annmarie Fertoli hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:11:14

Before Facebook Bought WhatsApp It Feared It, Documents Show

11/7/2019
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A.M. Edition for November 7th: New documents show that Facebook executives feared WhatsApp before Facebook bought it in 2014 - Parmy Olson breaks down the implications for regulators. Plus, Quentin Webb on why China is embracing U.S.-style bankruptcy, Caitlin Ostroff's on Uber's share slide and Shayndi Raice on Missouri's hyperloop bid. Kim Gittleson hosts. Disclosures: News Corp, the owner of The Wall Street Journal, has a commercial agreement to supply news through Facebook. Dow Jones &...

Duration:00:12:45

U.S. Collects Record $7 Billion in Tariffs

11/6/2019
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P.M. Edition for November 6th: The impeachment inquiry hearings go public next week. As the U.S. and China look to finalize phase one of their trade deal, new numbers show the U.S. collected a record $7 billion in September. Josh Zumbrun reports. Plus, Executive Washington Editor Jerry Seib has more on the impact of Tuesday's election on 2020. Annmarie Fertoli hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:11:29

The College That Said No to Rick Singer

11/6/2019
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A.M. Edition for November 6th: When admitted college admissions scheme architect Rick Singer approached Occidental College, it said "no thanks." Jennifer Levitz has more. Plus, Peter Landers on SoftBank's Masayoshi Son admitting to "really bad" judgement, Quentin Webb on why China is issuing Euro bonds, and Kathryn Dill on why the percentage of women at top M.B.A. programs is increasing. Kim Gittleson hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:11:38