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WSJ Opinion
Jun 17, 2018

No Country for American Locker Makers
How the Trump steel tariff is harming a U.S. company and its workers.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 17, 2018

Colombia's Presidential Showdown
A former guerrilla, Gustavo Petro, loses to the lackluster Iván Duque.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 17, 2018

A Troops for Nukes Trade?
U.S. forces in South Korea do far more than protect Seoul.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 17, 2018

Responding to the Bias Response Team
Justice scores the University of Michigan for chilling speech.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 17, 2018

The Art of the Brushoff
There are many ways to say you don't want a deal. Some are more hygienic than others.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 17, 2018

Is the Office Any Place for Empathy?
After a partner in the firm told me I cared too much, I lost my human-resources job.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 17, 2018

Time to Make Up After Fighting Over Iran
The U.S. is getting its way through coercive sanctions. It would be helpful to show the allies some respect.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 17, 2018

A Movement Rises to Take Back Higher Education
Heterodox Academy, now more than 2,000 strong, stands against censorship and for free inquiry.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 17, 2018

The Social Benefits of Fossil Fuels Far Outweigh the Costs
Inexpensive power enables technological marvels, and even global warming has positive effects.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 15, 2018

The Senate in Repose
GOP spenders plan to block Trump's $15 billion rescissions bill.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 15, 2018

Trump's China Impulses
ZTE gets a pass but U.S. consumers will pay for new tariffs.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 15, 2018

More Misery in Missouri
The university continues to struggle with fallout from the 2015 protests.

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Jun 15, 2018

Jordan Peterson and Conservatism's Rebirth
The psychologist and YouTube star has brought the concepts of order and tradition back to our intellectual discourse.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 15, 2018

Here's a Tip: Waiters and Bartenders Like How They're Paid
D.C. restaurant workers oppose a job-killing ballot measure. Surprisingly, local politicians agree.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 15, 2018

Open Up the Horowitz Secret Appendix
The public needs to know the history of the Russian info that had a big effect on Mr. Comey's decisions.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 15, 2018

People Aren't Rational, and That's Why We Need Free Trade
It's not only about comparative advantage. Consider the insights of behavioral economics.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 15, 2018

Is It 'Human Error' When a Robot Fouls Up?
From McDonald's kiosks to ‘smart' cities, mankind is succumbing to high-tech Stockholm syndrome.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 14, 2018

The Disgrace of Comey's FBI
The damning IG report shows the urgent need to restore public trust.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 14, 2018

Mario Draghi Has Done Enough
Europe's central bank chief did his best to give political space for reform.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 14, 2018

America's Progressive Slumlord
New York City's mayor presides over a public housing disaster.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 14, 2018

Faith and Family Among the Amish
These God-fearing people follow the Ordnung, the ‘order,' as much as the Bible.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 14, 2018

A Father's Lesson: Keep the Spirit Level
My dad, a carpenter, gave me the tools to measure myself.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 14, 2018

Insubordination and Bias at FBI
The inspector general report is careful in its conclusions, but damning on the facts.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 14, 2018

China Should Let Liu Xia Go---or Else
Beijing continues to imprison a dissident's apolitical widow.

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Jun 14, 2018

Pakistan's Pashtuns Take On the Army---and Terrorists
The generals often rule and always have influence, but they're flummoxed by a new protest movement.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 14, 2018

Social Security Needs Immigrants
Entitlement money is running out, and Trump's policies would keep payrolls from growing.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 14, 2018

This Is No Time to Go to Pot
Legalizing marijuana encourages use of harder drugs and sets back the cause of social justice.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 14, 2018

Trump and Kim: The Movies
Can the leader of the free world and a communist dictator produce a blockbuster for peace?

WSJ Opinion
Jun 13, 2018

Powell Doesn't Get High
The Fed stays gradual even as wholesale prices rise above its 2% target.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 13, 2018

Financial Games Colleges Play
Their aid-award letters often confuse students with jargon or deceptive claims of zero ‘net cost.'

WSJ Opinion
Jun 13, 2018

The Day the 'Trade Deficit' Almost Disappeared
If economists had courage in 1976, Trump might have been deprived of a trope.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 13, 2018

Strike Down ObamaCare, Says Justice Department
Twenty states sue again, claiming the mandate is unconstitutional. Now the federal government agrees.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 13, 2018

Brexit and Circuses
The May government survives, barely, but the EU breakup goes badly.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 13, 2018

Help Is on the Way for Middle Eastern Christians
Under President Trump's orders, USAID is directing aid to persecuted groups in Iraq.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 13, 2018

The FBI's Document Blackouts
The bureau is redacting documents without credible justification.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 13, 2018

My Mom's Suicide Was Preventable
The deaths of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain remind us that there is help.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 13, 2018

Trump Breaks Rules, but When Do We Start Winning?
He is in nonstop motion on North Korea, Iran and trade. What comes next?

WSJ Opinion
Jun 13, 2018

War Brought Cricket to Afghanistan
After the Soviet invasion, the sport caught on among refugees in Pakistan.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 13, 2018

Minnesota's Raccoon
A daring climb, an exhilarating rescue.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 12, 2018

A Major League Pension Error
Baseball should do right by those who played before 1980.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 12, 2018

Justice's Antitrust Humiliation
Judge Leon blows away the government's case against the AT&T-Time Warner merger.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 12, 2018

Tariffs and the Tax Cut
A 25% auto levy will limit the tax-cut benefit for Trump voters.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 12, 2018

The Fracturing of the Jewish People
Israel has become a red state while U.S. Jews remain blue.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 12, 2018

On Big Media, the Court Speaks
But the real question media moguls will ask themselves: Is Donald Trump listening?

WSJ Opinion
Jun 12, 2018

Who Unraveled the New World Order?
It wasn't Trump. The global economic consensus began falling apart years before he entered politics.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 12, 2018

The Attack on Educational Excellence
Schools considered ‘too Asian' were once branded ‘too white' or ‘too Jewish.'

WSJ Opinion
Jun 12, 2018

Don't Be So Sure the Gig Is Up
Contract work has fallen as a share of employment, a BLS study finds. But there are reasons to doubt it.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 12, 2018

Godspeed to AT&T-Time Warner
The $85 billion merger isn't aimed at dominating cable TV. It's an attempt to take on Silicon Valley.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 12, 2018

Promises, Nuclear Promises
Trump says he can tell Kim has changed, but the evidence is scant.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 12, 2018

Don and the Dictator
How should the media react to Trump's North Korea deal?

WSJ Opinion
Jun 11, 2018

Jack Dorsey Chickens Out
The Twitter CEO regrets eating a politically incorrect sandwich.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 11, 2018

The Autumn of ObamaCare
How to score the election debate over rising premiums.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 11, 2018

A Victory for Voting Law
A 5-4 Supreme Court majority saves the day for accurate voter rolls.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 11, 2018

FCC Chairman Still Receiving Threats Over 'Net Neutrality'
As Ajit Pai liberates the Internet, his family still requires 24-hour protection.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 11, 2018

Give Immigrant Entrepreneurs Green Cards, Not 'Parole'
The U.S. can't promote liberty and prosperity unless it respects the rights of those who create jobs.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 11, 2018

What to Do When the Labor Market Stops Working for Workers
Courts have now blessed mandatory arbitration clauses, but regulators and states don't have to.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 11, 2018

Don't Fear Regime Change in Iran
For the past century it has been in a struggle between oppressive rulers and a freedom-hungry public.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 11, 2018

Bourdain vs. the Social-Justice Warriors
The celebrity chef scoffed at the notion of opposing ‘cultural appropriation.'

WSJ Opinion
Jun 11, 2018

Why Trump Clashes With Europe
Sharp differences in style and substance threaten the trans-Atlantic alliance.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 11, 2018

An Asian-American Awakening
A racial minority fights discrimination from elite schools and universities.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 10, 2018

Venezuela's Long Road to Ruin
Few countries have provided such a perfect example of socialist policies in practice.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 10, 2018

New Bang for a Michigan Buck
The state will save $400 million a year with its prevailing-wage reform.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 10, 2018

Disruption Isn't Enough
Trump has dismantled Obama's legacy, but can he build his own?

WSJ Opinion
Jun 10, 2018

The Senate's Nuclear Insurance
Space sensors would be a game-changer in missile defense.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 10, 2018

Next Stop for Mutual-Fund Fees: Zero
That could mean tens of thousands in extra savings for investors in retirement.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 10, 2018

Charles Krauthammer Goes Out Like Gehrig
I, too, was paralyzed in a college accident, so I especially value his courage and grit.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 10, 2018

University Boardrooms Need Reform
As in corporate America in the 1980s, self-serving managers are putting institutions at risk.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 10, 2018

On Legal Weed, Let States Tend Their Own Gardens
A new Senate bill would conform federal marijuana enforcement to each state's laws—a win for federalism.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 10, 2018

Oman's Dangerous Double Game
The sultanate, a U.S. ally, seems to be helping Tehran wage a proxy war against Saudi Arabia in Yemen.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 10, 2018

The Fed Can't Save Jobs From AI and Robots
The central bank's employment mandate can't be squared with coming tech disruption.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 08, 2018

Obama's 'Red Line' Debacle From the Inside
Ex-aide Ben Rhodes's memoir reveals the White House team as indecisive, irresponsible and self-absorbed, but he portrays it all as a success.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 08, 2018

The Climate-Change Tort Racket
Liberal cities join the contingency-fee bar to shake down oil firms.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 08, 2018

Vermont's Relocation Grant
As residents flee, the state has an offer you will probably refuse.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 08, 2018

The Russia Smoke Bomb
Trump plays into Putin's strategy with his G-7 taunt.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 08, 2018

From Rats to Rainwater, a Tour of New York Public Housing
What began as a utopian New Deal dream is now a nightmare. Government should leave this business.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 08, 2018

With North Korea, What's in It for Donald?
The art of a bad deal with North Korea would remove only America from harm's way.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 08, 2018

Skepticism Beats Snopes as an Antidote to Fake News
These days what's called ‘fact checking' is no more than a comprehensive gotcha effort.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 08, 2018

A Democrat Dissents on the Mueller Probe
Mark Penn helped design the Clinton campaign against Ken Starr. He says he's being consistent.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 08, 2018

Lead Us Not Into Exploration
Oil executives visit Pope Francis.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 07, 2018

Latin Americans Against Venezuela
The OAS takes a rare stand against the Havana-Caracas axis.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 07, 2018

Kate Spade, Entrepreneur
The designer built a fashion brand with style and classic good taste.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 07, 2018

Congress vs. Trump on Tariffs
Democrats gave Presidents too much trade power. The GOP should take it back.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 07, 2018

The Supreme Court Let Me Live My Faith Again
The justices affirmed that I don't have to violate my beliefs to work as a cake artist.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 07, 2018

Iraqi Christians Are Still Waiting, Mr. Pence
In October he said help would be on the way. So where is it?

WSJ Opinion
Jun 07, 2018

Trump Goes on a Spending Diet
He promised no more Obama-size deficits. Can he lean on GOP lawmakers to deliver?

WSJ Opinion
Jun 07, 2018

The Social Security Trust Fund Goes Bust
Medicare is also about to start spending down its principal as insolvency grows ever more imminent.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 07, 2018

Friends Don't Let Friends Impose Tariffs
The administration's trade policies will hurt the U.S. as well as its allies. To Europe, it's sad and confusing.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 07, 2018

It's Trump's Economy Now
Liberals want to keep crediting Obama—never mind their own 2016 predictions of disaster.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 07, 2018

The French Navy Stands Up to China
As we steamed through the disputed Spratly Islands, a voice demanded we radio our intentions.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 07, 2018

The Politics of Tax Cuts
A new poll shows strong support for the new law.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 06, 2018

Short-Termism Is Harming the Economy
Public companies should reduce or eliminate the practice of estimating quarterly earnings.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 06, 2018

Cost-Benefit Reform at the EPA
Under Obama, the EPA juked the numbers to justify costly regulation.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 06, 2018

Discrimination Law Isn't Supposed to 'Punish the Wicked'
The antireligious ‘animus' Justice Kennedy rejected is common among culture warriors of the left.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 06, 2018

Progressive Education Today
How to ruin New York's best high schools in the name of equality.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 06, 2018

Some Brighter Primary Colors
Voters recall a tax raiser and show disgust for Sen. Bob Menendez.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 06, 2018

Sometimes the Language Game Needs a Penalty Box
A car crash isn't ‘surreal,' and ‘globalization' is nothing more than a fat syllable sandwich.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 06, 2018

Will the 'Blue Wave' Break in California?
A GOP gubernatorial candidate will be on November's ballot, helping drive turnout.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 06, 2018

Trump 7, Eagles 0
Voters beaten down by the politicizing of everything voted for the guy who mocks it.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 06, 2018

Andrew Cuomo's Extralegal Coercion
Hayek was right. Such tactics are a risk to society's freedom.

WSJ Opinion
Jun 06, 2018

Trump's Unfinished Business
The U.S. productivity slump still hasn't ended.

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