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    Afghanistan Elections: What’s Next?

    Afghanistan has held a long-delayed parliamentary election. WSJ Kabul Bureau Chief Craig Nelson explains why this is a crucial moment for the U.S.-backed efforts to get peace talks under way in the war-weary country. Photo: AP More

  • Hershey CEO: Be Careful About Changing Iconic Brands

    Hershey Chief Executive Michele Buck said food companies have to be careful about tinkering with beloved brands to make them healthier. She is joined by Wall Street Journal reporter Annie Gasparro. Photo: Gabe Palacio for The Wall Street Journal More

  • Worst Floods in a Century Lash Southern India

    More than 350 people have died and hundreds of thousands have lost their homes, according to the Associated Press, as weeks of torrential rain have caused massive flooding in the popular tourist state of Kerala. Photo: AP More

  • Are New Bare-Bones Health Care Plans Worth The Risk?

    Last year, President Donald Trump signed an executive order that promised to cut back some of the rules in the Affordable Care Act. The new "skinny plans," expected out this year, are poised to benefit some and hurt others. WSJ's Spencer Macnaughton explains. Photo: Formplay Studio More

  • Is Gene Editing the Future of Farming?

    A research team at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory is developing higher-yielding tomato plants with a gene-editing tool called Crispr-Cas9. Are these products different from traditional GMOs? Photo: Richard Beaven for The Wall Street Journal More

  • A Revolution in Stroke Care: Thrombectomy

    An advanced procedure called 'thrombectomy' is transforming stroke care in America. It can be used to treat the most severe stroke patients — but timing is critical. Photo/Video: Madeline Marshall/The Wall Street Journal More