WSJ News Exclusive | Guatemala Asks U.S. to Halt Deportations of Guatemalans to Prevent Spreading Coronavirus

Guatemala’s government has requested the U.S. to stop all deportations of Guatemalans to prevent the spread of the coronavirus in

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U.S. Offers Venezuela Sanctions Relief in Return for Transitional Rule

The Trump administration proposed that Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro hand power to a transitional government in return for sanctions relief

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WSJ News Exclusive | Xerox Is Ending Hostile Takeover Bid for HP

Xerox Holdings Corp. is pulling the plug on its hostile bid to buy larger rival HP Inc. after the coronavirus

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Iran’s Hard-Liners Clash with Government in Struggle to Contain Coronavirus

Faced with a shortage of medical supplies and a worsening coronavirus outbreak, Iran’s government has cracked down on hoarders stockpiling

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WSJ News Exclusive | Apple Commits to Paying Contractors After Some Were Told They’d Lose Work

Hundreds of Apple Inc. contract workers at its Silicon Valley campus were told in recent days that their jobs would

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This Father’s Oldsmobile Connects the Generations of His Family

Rob Lash, 65, a retired endodontist living in Dillon, Col., on his family’s 1962 Oldsmobile Starfire, as told to A.J.

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Amazon Struggles to Find Its Coronavirus Footing. ‘It’s a Time of Great Stress.’

On a mid-March midnight shift, one of Kristy Granados’s co-workers coughed and said he felt nauseated. As he took a

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