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International investigators were able to reach the crash site of Malaysia Airlines Fight 17 for the first time in nearly a week, as Ukraine declared a one-day pause in fighting. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - World News (2014-07-31 21:10:01)
An epic remix of 'Dark Star,' perhaps the Grateful Dead's best-known jam, will be released on vinyl next week. The remix, which draws from 105 live performances and clocks in at 110 minutes, first came out on CD in 1994. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle (2014-07-31 21:10:01)
Two West African countries and the U.N. stepped up plans to fight the world's largest outbreak of Ebola in a bid to stem the disease's deadly spread. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle (2014-07-31 21:10:01)
Premiums for health-law plans in California will go up 4.2% on average next year, an increase that the state's insurance marketplace said was limited partly due to the large and relatively healthy pool of enrollees it had attracted. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle (2014-07-31 21:10:01)
A group of individuals who challenged health insurance subsidies tied to the Affordable Care Act moved to get an appeal in front of the Supreme Court. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle (2014-07-31 21:10:01)
Golfer Dustin Johnson says he will take a leave of absence from golf and use the time to seek professional help for 'personal challenges.' Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle (2014-07-31 21:10:01)
New Zealand's parliament is on the way to make fixing in sports a criminal offense punishable with seven years in prison. The government hopes to have the law in place before the 2015 Cricket World Cup. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle (2014-07-31 21:10:01)
A young friend recently shared with me her experience of being stopped by the police on an otherwise uneventful Tuesday morning. With one arm protectively wrapped around her shoulder bag because it had a broken latch, she’d been walking along a city street. Unbeknownst to her at the time, a shooti Read More

Source: The New Republic - All Content (2014-07-31 21:10:01)
The real-estate crash taught high-end developers of private communities a lesson: To attract upscale buyers, invest heavily in the clubhouse. Now, they're loaded with amenities—for members only. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle (2014-07-31 21:10:01)

"Ten hours before the first plane hit the World Trade Center in New York City on September 11, 2001, Bill Clinton allegedly told a group of businessmen in Australia that he had a chance to kill Osama Bin Laden, but passed because it would have meant killing hundreds of innocent civilians," msnbc.com's Alex Seitz-Wald reported today, directing readers to a feature from Sky News containing the relevant audio.

Of course no one, including Mr. Clinton, had any idea that in the ensuring hours more than 3,000 people would lose their lives at the hands of al Qaeda terrorists executing bin Laden's vision of bringing terror to the American homeland, but all the same, it's a fascinating discovery worthy of news coverage. Yet of the Big Three evening news programs for July 31, only NBC's Nightly News devoted any attention to the story, although to be fair to CBS, the network's Jake Miller filed a story on CBSNews.com shortly after 4:30 p.m. Eastern today. Here's an excerpt:

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Source: News Busters (2014-07-31 21:10:01)
Lotus says it can get more out of its Formula One race cars from the new ways that it collects data on their performance. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle (2014-07-31 21:10:01)
A halt in work at the Metropolitan Opera, which could happen Friday, could be painful for the institution, its employees and its ticket-holders. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle (2014-07-31 21:10:01)

The top four Spanish-language television news programs in the United States have so far ignored the release of damning emails from Lois Lerner, the former top IRS official who in newly released emails characterized conservatives as "a**holes" and "crazies."

Instead, Noticiero Univisión and Noticiero Telemundo devoted full reports to the water main that burst on the campus of UCLA, along with coverage of the introduction of legislation to curb sex crimes on university campuses.

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Source: News Busters (2014-07-31 21:10:01)
Hand-painted renderings of planned homes are becoming a rarity as architects move to the computer, but Clark Smith prefers pencils and watercolors. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle (2014-07-31 21:10:01)
Do we know what we see? A new paper uses a classic experiment to sow doubt as to whether we are aware of everything in our vision. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle (2014-07-31 21:10:01)
One team is fighting back against the rise in offense in the NFL: the New Orleans Saints, who are quietly crafting an unorthodox defense that could be the shape of defenses to come. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle (2014-07-31 21:10:01)
Southwest Airlines and SeaWorld are terminating their 26-year-old marketing relationship, as the theme-park company faces pressure from animal-rights groups over the treatment of captive killer whales. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle (2014-07-31 21:10:01)
Two college-basketball players who were alleged to have committed a sexual assault at Providence College last year aren't being charged with any crime. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle (2014-07-31 21:10:01)
Vacation retreats are purposely disconnecting guests so they can reconnect with themselves Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle (2014-07-31 21:10:01)
French economist Thomas Piketty’s magnum opus, Capital in the Twenty-First Century, has inspired volumes of commentary, much of it favorable. Piketty has done a great service in co Read More

Source: The New Republic - All Content (2014-07-31 21:10:01)
He's written hits for Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, and Waylon Jennings (including nine songs off Jennings's seminal 1973 album "Honky Tonk Heroes"). Meet the legend behind those men. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle (2014-07-31 21:10:01)
The novelist spent her childhood moving from house to house, spurred by her mother's dreams of a bigger, better home. For her own home, in Sausalito, Calif., she has built an open, airy space that she can grow old in. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle (2014-07-31 21:10:01)
Boston isn't quite as bad as the post-1997 championship Marlins, but they're close. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle (2014-07-31 21:10:01)
What gets everyone up on the dance floor? After 2013's 'Blurred Lines,' there have been contenders but no clear winner in the contest to be this year's Song of the Summer. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle (2014-07-31 21:10:01)
Israel and Hamas agreed to a three-day cease-fire in the Gaza conflict with the hope of forging a more lasting peace. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - World News (2014-07-31 21:10:01)
Photos amassed by the late mutual-fund giant Howard Stein are heading for sale with what is called the highest presale estimate for any photography collection ever at auction. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle (2014-07-31 21:10:01)
American artists Janis Provisor and Brad Davis talk about the beaches of Normandy, finding inspiration from their trips and traveling as a pair. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle (2014-07-31 21:10:01)
The basil paste, a speciality of Genoa, is giving the tomato a run for its money as the default pasta sauce. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle (2014-07-31 21:10:01)
Jacqueline Bisset talks Hollywood producers and her goddaughter Angelina Jolie. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle (2014-07-31 21:10:01)
Increasingly popular veils have become part of Beijing's battle to curb what it sees as religious extremism among its Uighur minority in the western region of Xinjiang. Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - World News (2014-07-31 21:10:01)
When Maison Mumbai opens across the French country lane from snobby Le Saule Pleureur, comedy, romance and a rich food fight follow, in 'The Hundred-Foot Journey.' Read More

Source: The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle (2014-07-31 21:10:01)