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  1. 14 Students, 1 Teacher Dead in Texas Elementary School Shooting

    14 Students, 1 Teacher Dead in Texas Elementary School Shooting

    Shooter in custody after incident in Uvalde, police say

  2. Gov. Brian Kemp Defeats Trump-Backed David Perdue in Georgia Primary

    Gov. Brian Kemp Defeats Trump-Backed David Perdue in Georgia Primary

    Brad Raffensperger, Georgia’s top election official, fended off a Trump-backed challenger as primaries also take place in Texas, Alabama and Arkansas.

  3. Stock Futures Waver Ahead of Fed Minutes

    Stock Futures Waver Ahead of Fed Minutes

    The yield on 10-year U.S. Treasurys extended its recent series of declines

  4. Rising Rates Are Battering Mortgage Lenders

    Rising Rates Are Battering Mortgage Lenders

    Nonbank lenders in particular are laying off staff, selling servicing rights and otherwise trying to survive

  5. WSJ News Exclusive | CVS Will Stop Filling Controlled-Substance Prescriptions for Cerebral, Done

    WSJ News Exclusive | CVS Will Stop Filling Controlled-Substance Prescriptions for Cerebral, Done

    The pharmacy chain will stop filling prescriptions for controlled substances ordered by clinicians working for Cerebral and Done starting Thursday, a move that will impact thousands of patients.

  6. Pfizer to Sell Vaccines, Drugs at Low Prices to Poorer Countries

    Pfizer to Sell Vaccines, Drugs at Low Prices to Poorer Countries

    The arrangement means that some of the drugs that carry list prices of tens of thousands of dollars a year in the U.S. would be substantially less for the low-income countries to buy, according to Pfizer.

  7. Baby Formula Makers and FDA to Discuss Shortage With Lawmakers

    Baby Formula Makers and FDA to Discuss Shortage With Lawmakers

    Officials from the FDA and from the major formula manufacturers are expected to testify before the House Energy and Commerce Committee’s oversight and investigations subcommittee about their attempts to address the short supply.

  8. WSJ News Exclusive | Iran Used Secret U.N. Records to Evade Nuclear Probes

    WSJ News Exclusive | Iran Used Secret U.N. Records to Evade Nuclear Probes

    Iran secured access to secret U.N. atomic agency reports almost two decades ago and circulated the documents among top officials who concealed suspected past work on nuclear weapons.

  9. Russian Forces Expand Donbas Assault, but at Steep Cost

    Russian Forces Expand Donbas Assault, but at Steep Cost

    Moscow’s military units were pushing to encircle two cities in eastern Ukraine, part of an all-out Russian assault in an effort to take control of Donbas. But they are losing so many men that continued Ukrainian resistance could eventually force Russia to shift strategies again.

  10. Export Curbs Spread Globally, Adding to Food-Inflation Pressures

    Export Curbs Spread Globally, Adding to Food-Inflation Pressures

    Countries have put restrictions and bans on products such as wheat, corn and edible oils since the start of the Ukraine war.