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GOP Memo Escalates Clash Over Russia Probe A1

A House Republican memo alleges abuses in how top law-enforcement officials sought the surveillance of a onetime Trump adviser, suggesting partisan motives in a document that the FBI said contained factual omissions and inaccuracies.

U.S.

One Way to Get Your Child to Listen A2

Children process words better in their right ears; information reaches the language-processing side of the brain faster.

World

U.N. Report Faults China, Russia for Subverting North Korea Sanctions A6

China, Russia and other countries are failing to rein in North Korea’s illicit financing and weapons proliferation activity, according to a new U.N. report that says time is running out for sanctions to prevent Pyongyang from developing a long-range nuclear weapon.

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Opinion

Polarization Is an Old American Story A11

Gordon Wood, the noted historian of early America, says Adams’s Federalists and Jefferson’s Republicans were far more divided than today’s political parties.

Business & Finance

Exxon, Chevron Fall Short Despite Rising Prices B1

America’s biggest oil companies surprised investors with quarterly profits that missed expectations stoked by rising crude prices.

Off Duty

Be a Craft-Beer Connoisseur: How to Find the Brews For You D1

Once craft beer was the domain of a small cult of brew geeks. Now, brands and styles abound. How did we get here, and what’s the best way to navigate the ocean of options?

Review

The Mental Tricks of Athletic Endurance C1

Olympians often seem to achieve the impossible in competition. But what about the rest of us? New research suggests that even weekend athletes can dramatically extend their physical and psychological limits.

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