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  • Will Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bombing of Yemen Draw in Iran?

    Will Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bombing of Yemen Draw in Iran?

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    Will Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bombing of Yemen Draw in Iran?

    Saudi Arabia and other Gulf nations launched airstrikes against Houthi rebels in the Yemeni capital San’a, in defense of what Riyadh called the country’s legitimate government. Photo: Getty …

  • Scotch, Ribs and Seder: Guys' Night at Synagogue

    Scotch, Ribs and Seder: Guys' Night at Synagogue

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    Scotch, Ribs and Seder: Guys' Night at Synagogue

    The fifth annual "Guys Night Out & Seder Summit" at Beth Sholom in Potomac, Md., drew nearly 500 men who came to sample 900 pounds of kosher ribs and multiple brands of Scotch and to get fresh ideas for holding the Passover Seder. Photo: T.J. Kirkpatrick for The Wall Street Journal …

  • Germanwings Pilot Locked Out of Cockpit, and More

    Germanwings Pilot Locked Out of Cockpit, and More

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    Germanwings Pilot Locked Out of Cockpit, and More

    What's News: French prosecutor says co-pilot of Germanwings Flight 9525 deliberately crashed plane. RadioShack auction winner Standard General faces court fight. Twitter expected to surpass Yahoo in U.S. display ad revenue. Joanne Po reports. …

  • Forty Years of Hong Kong's Rugby Sevens

    Forty Years of Hong Kong's Rugby Sevens

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    Forty Years of Hong Kong's Rugby Sevens

    This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Hong Kong Sevens. The WSJ's Eva Tam looks at how the annual rugby tournament, which will be held this weekend, became one of the city’s biggest sporting events. …

  • ECO:nomics: Decreasing Costs of Renewables

    ECO:nomics: Decreasing Costs of Renewables

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    ECO:nomics: Decreasing Costs of Renewables

    Suzlon Group Chairman Tulsi Tanti talks about decreasing cost trendss in renewable energy production and says he believes costs will continue to decrease. He speaks with WSJ’s Russel Gold at the ECO:nomics conference in Santa Barbara, Calif. …