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Why Coronavirus Is Making the Census Even More Challenging | WSJ

The 2020 census has been on the Government Accountability Office’s “high risk” list for three years. That was before a pandemic swept the globe. WSJ’s Janet Adamy explains what challenges the bureau faces as the count gets underway. Photo: John Amis/AP Photo More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: …

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Traders Question Circuit Breakers. Here's Why | WSJ

The S&P 500 lost more than 7% Wednesday, triggering a circuit breaker for the fourth time this month. Circuit breakers were created as guardrails for wild market moves, but as investors exit stocks amid widening economic damage, some question how well they work. More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit …

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How a Political Ad Evolves as It Moves Around America | WSJ

Candidates spend millions of dollars to run political ads during an election cycle. WSJ followed some of the candidates’ ads around America to see what subtle differences there are for certain markets. Photo Composite: Laura Kammermann More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: Visit the WSJ Video Center: On …

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Coronavirus: Tokyo 2020 'will go ahead as planned' says Olympics CEO

Tokyo 2020 is to ‘go ahead as planned’ according to Olympics CEO Toshiro Muto, despite the growing concern amid the coronavirus pandemic. The decision by the IOC (International Olympic Comittee’ has been met with backlash by a number of competitors, including Britain’s Katarina Johnson-Thompson. ‘I feel under pressure to train …

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How Coronavirus Became a Global Pandemic | WSJ

On Dec. 1, 2019, a patient in Wuhan, China, started showing symptoms of what doctors determined was a new coronavirus. Since then, the virus has spread to infect more than 100,000 people. Here’s how the virus grew to a global pandemic. Photo illustration: Carter McCall/WSJ More from the Wall Street …

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