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Searching for Survivors of Turkey and Syria Quakes; CVS to Buy Oak Street Care Clinics

P.M. Edition for Feb. 8. The search for survivors of Sunday’s deadly earthquakes continues in Turkey and Syria – Middle East correspondent Jared Malsin reports. Plus, signs of growing consolidation in the U.S. healthcare industry: CVS reaches a $10.6 billion deal to acquire a primary care clinic owner. Health reporter Anna Wilde Mathews joins host Annmarie...

Biden’s State of the Union: What’s Possible, What’s Politics

A.M. Edition for Feb. 8. President Biden gave his annual address to Congress Tuesday night. Wall Street Journal reporter Daniella Cheslow joins us from Washington on what Mr. Biden promised and what’s actually possible. Plus, companies that paid cash for homes can’t unload them. Peter Granitz hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Iran’s Protests Morph Into Quieter Rebellion

P.M. Edition for Feb. 7. Massive protests erupted in Iran last year, following the death of Mahsa Amini. After a crackdown, larger demonstrations have abated. But there are still signs of dissent. WSJ foreign correspondent Sune Rasmussen joins host Annmarie Fertoli to discuss. Plus, what to watch for in President Biden’s State of the Union address....

Britain’s National Health Service Teeters

A.M. Edition for Feb. 7. Strikes, budget cuts, and the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic have left Britain’s NHS on the brink of collapse. WSJ London bureau chief David Lunhow explains how a crisis in public health care is leading to unnecessary deaths in the United Kingdom. Plus, the spat over American incentives for electric vehicle batteries. Peter...

Death Toll Rises After Quakes in Turkey, Syria

P.M. Edition for Feb. 6. The death toll following two powerful, successive earthquakes in Turkey and Syria had risen to about 3,800 people as of late Monday. Middle East and North Africa bureau chief Michael Amon joins host Annmarie Fertoli to discuss the rescue efforts and international response.  Correction: Two earthquakes killed about 3,800 people....

Ukraine Prepares for Major Russian Offensive

A.M. Edition for Feb. 6. Ukraine warned that Russia was completing preparations for a major new offensive this month. WSJ reporter Matthew Luxmoore updates on the battle for the city of Bakhmut in the Donetsk region as Russian forces are closing in. Plus, we are looking at U.S. gold producer Newmont's proposal to take over Australia’s Newcrest Mining...

State Department Postpones China Visit Over Spy Balloon

P.M. Edition for Feb. 3. The U.S. State Department has indefinitely postponed a trip to Beijing by Secretary of State Antony Blinken, after officials discovered what they said was a Chinese reconnaissance balloon. WSJ State Department and foreign-policy reporter Will Mauldin joins host Annmarie Fertoli to discuss what it could mean for U.S.-China relations....

Are Boats the Next Military Drone Frontier?

A.M. Edition for Feb. 3. There has been a lot of talk lately about aerial drones, but some defense experts believe drone boats are on the cusp of a technological revolution. WSJ video reporter Shelby Holliday goes inside the U.S. Navy's development of "unmanned surface vessels" off the coast of Bahrain and explains how drone boats might be used around...

How Indian Giant Adani Lost More than $100 Billion in Market Value

P.M. Edition for Feb. 2. In less than a week, Indian conglomerate Adani has lost over $100 billion in market value, after short-selling activist firm Hindenburg accused the company of fraud. Financial investigative reporter Ben Foldy joins host Annmarie Fertoli to explain what happened. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Activist Investors ‘Swarm’ Top Companies

A.M. Edition for Feb. 2. Disney and Salesforce are among the latest targets of what bankers refer to as “swarming,” when multiple activist investors target a single company. WSJ reporter Lauren Thomas explains what’s leading to this increase in activist activity and how boards are responding. Plus, Mexico’s industrial hubs grow as part of a trade shift...

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