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U.S. Pressure on North Korea’s Global Ties Bears Fruit A1

Over 20 nations have curbed North Korean diplomatic activities, more than a year after the State Department began a quiet campaign around the globe to pressure Pyongyang.

U.S.

Central Banks Pull Back as Global Growth Picture Brightens A2

A synchronized global economic expansion is leading to a big shift in monetary policy around the world—toward central banks shrinking rather than growing—with implications for markets, inflation and the outlook for growth.

World

Thousands Rally in Barcelona Against Catalan Independence A6

Hundreds of thousands of Spaniards gathered in Barcelona to decry Catalonia’s secessionist push, a bid by pro-union groups to build momentum against a unilateral declaration of independence that could come as soon as this week.

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Greater New York

Deadly Bus Crash Highlights Communication Flaws Between States A10A

Raymond Mong shouldn’t have been able to drive a New York City bus after being arrested for drunken-driving and leaving the scene of a crash in Connecticut.

Life & Arts

Judy Blume, a Pre-Teen Fiction Trailblazer, Opens Up Her Archive A11

The author, who ignited the young-adult genre in the 1970s with classics such as “Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret,” will sell her papers to Yale University.

Opinion

‘Saving Face’ Has a New Meaning A15

New smartphones know what you look like. That’s not as scary as it sounds.

Business & Finance

The Panama Canal’s Big Bet Is Paying Off B1

Panama’s $5 billion investment to expand its century-old canal is paying off as shipping lines send more U.S.-bound cargoes through the passage instead of the Suez Canal.

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