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- Monday. Today's WSJ News.
U.S. Risks Deeper Downturn If Fed Has to Fight Inflation Alone - Steps to make the economy more resilient to shocks, particularly from energy, could ease the threat of a severe recession. A2
Economy Week Ahead: U.S. Growth, Interest Rates and Wages in Focus A2
There Are Signs Inflation May Have Peaked, but Can It Come Down Fast Enough? A2
Young Adults Tend to Stay Close to the Nest A3
Challenges to Gun Laws Take Off, After High Court Ruling A3
Heat Wave Hits U.S. Farms, Stressing Crops and Ranchers’ Herds A3
U.S. Continues to Swelter Under Record-Breaking Heat Wave A3
Congress Looks to Move Forward on Chip-Shortage, Drug-Cost Bills Before August Break A4
Jan. 6 Committee Plans to Pursue New Witnesses, Angles for Probe, Lawmakers Say A4
Pritzker, Newsom Boost Profiles as Many Democrats Look Beyond Biden for 2024 A4
Covid-19 Lab Companies Retrench as Rapid Tests Take Over A5
Biden’s Covid-19 Symptoms Continue to Get Better, White House Says A5
WHO Declares Monkeypox a Global Health Emergency A5
Utah Senate Hopeful Evan McMullin Is Striving to Make a GOP State Competitive Again A6
Kansas Abortion Amendment Is Closely Watched Ahead of Other State Referendums A6
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