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Yahoo disclosed a security breach by a “state-sponsored actor” affecting at least 500 million users, potentially the largest such breach on record and the latest hurdle for the company as it works through the sale of its core business.

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Excommunicating Saudis? A New Fracture Emerges in Islam A2

Buoyed by Russia’s new influence in the Middle East, Chechnya’s leader hosted a high-profile conference on who qualifies to be a Sunni Muslim. Notably left out was Saudi Arabia’s religious establishment, sparking outrage and a brand new regional political rift.

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The Rahami Problem A12

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Oregon’s Willamette Valley: Wine Country Travel Without the Headaches W1

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Buying Back Your Childhood Home Has Never Been Easier W9

Thanks to widespread interest in genealogy and a wealth of public records online, it’s possible to track down—and put an offer on—your childhood (or ancestral) home.


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