WSJ Website’s Front Page Restored After Technical Glitches

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The front page of the Wall Street Journal’s website, wsj.com, is back online after suffering from technical glitches.

The page was afflicted for almost an hour, during which it showed an error message saying “Oops, 504! Something did not respond fast enough, that’s all we know...” Individual articles were however still accessible via their direct links.

Ashley Huston, a spokeswoman for News Corp.’s Dow Jones, publisher of Journal, said she had no further updates. Earlier today she said the site is working on getting back up as quickly as possible.

“WSJ.com is having technical difficulties. The full site will return shortly,” the website said earlier.

Separately Wednesday, the New York Stock Exchange suspended trading in all securities as it addressed a computer malfunction and said it canceled all outstanding orders. The NYSE said in a Twitter message that the issue is internal and not a “cyberbreach.”

Also separately, United Airlines halted all U.S. departures for about two hours after a computer-network fault. The carrier has since resumed flights.

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