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Mar 23, 2018

How Russia and China Could Come Unhinged
Democratic triumphalism was wrong 20 years ago, but now authoritarianism may not be sustainable.
Mar 23, 2018

Marijuana Supply-Siders
California pot growers deplore the heavy hand of the state.
Mar 23, 2018

Facebook's Public Reckoning
The social-media giant faces decisions on privacy and publishing.
Mar 23, 2018

Subsidies and the City
Actress and now politician Cynthia Nixon targets New York's film and TV tax breaks.
Mar 23, 2018

A Riot of Civility Erupts in Philly---of All Places
After the Super Bowl win, university students had tea with the dean and learned how to disagree agreeably.
Mar 23, 2018

What's a Single Mom to Do During a Week in the Hospital?
Preventive services—like the Safe Families network—can help prevent crises or a loss of custody.
Mar 23, 2018

Trump, Tariffs and the Protectionist Temptation
The trade balance doesn't matter for U.S. prosperity. But America could benefit from updating and enforcing its trade deals, especially with China.
Mar 23, 2018

Why Trump Never Speaks Ill of Putin
And why Obama CIA chief John Brennan may have a few things to hide himself.
Mar 23, 2018

Obama and the Art of the Iran Deal
Can one successfully negotiate without respect from the other side?
Mar 23, 2018

Bolton in the WSJ
John Bolton, President Trump's new national security adviser, has been a regular contributor to the Journal for many years. Here are a few examples.
Mar 22, 2018

The Legal Case for Striking North Korea First
Does the necessity of self-defense leave ‘no choice of means, and no moment of deliberation'?
Mar 22, 2018

John Bolton for National Security
Donald Trump must have warmed to his new adviser's direct style.
Mar 22, 2018

Macron's Biggest Reform Test
Having picked a fight with France's unions, he needs to win.
Mar 22, 2018

Trump's China Tariffs
Stocks fall as markets doubt the White House has a trade strategy.
Mar 22, 2018

Germany's Sad Tax Truth
Germans suffer more than anyone from their fiscal surplus.
Mar 22, 2018

The Democrats Abandon Catholics
If you value religious education or life's sanctity, you're not welcome in the party.
Mar 22, 2018

Russia, the NRA and Fake News
Journalists propagate another wild tale from Fusion GPS's Glenn Simpson.
Mar 22, 2018

The Orange Is the Apple of My Eye
But the miraculous citrus is falling on hard times in Florida.
Mar 22, 2018

Happy Bipartisan Budget Blowout Day
Republicans pay dearly to get more money for the military.
Mar 22, 2018

The University of Denial
Aggressive suppression of the truth is a central feature of American higher education.
Mar 22, 2018

Narendra Modi Isn't Quite a Shoo-In for Re-Election in 2019
The opposition has a case that his economic policies have failed to deliver on his promise of ‘good days.'
Mar 22, 2018

For Some Class-Action Lawyers, Charity Begins and Ends at Home
They funnel millions in settlement money to select causes—including their own alma maters.
Mar 22, 2018

The FBI Gets Its Men
NCAA basketball teams at the center of the investigation suffer on the court, too.
Mar 21, 2018

How Tariffs Dampen the Energy Boom
A trade war would prevent American manufacturers from taking advantage of abundant hydrocarbons.
Mar 21, 2018

The Fed Gets Optimistic---for the Fed
A bump in the growth forecast and labor market potential.
Mar 21, 2018

Long Live Nancy Pelosi
The talk about replacing the Democratic leader is campaign posturing.
Mar 21, 2018

Europe's Tax War on U.S. Tech
It won't raise much revenue but it will hurt EU tax competition.
Mar 21, 2018

Yes, Shut Down Mueller
Donald Trump is right about the special prosecutor, but for the wrong reason.
Mar 21, 2018

Republicans' Quiet Health Victory
A third of patients on Medicare now opt for a private plan—and it could grow to 40% by 2024.
Mar 21, 2018

Gina Haspel Followed Faulty Advice in Good Faith
It would be unfair to deny her CIA confirmation because the Justice Department erred.
Mar 21, 2018

Make a Deal on the EEOC
Senate Democrats offer Republicans a two-for-one compromise that would give the GOP a majority.
Mar 21, 2018

32 Questions for Trump and His Critics
Why not act innocent? Where's the collusion? Was Hillary right? Can we go on this way?
Mar 21, 2018

The Dead End of Identity Politics
To expand the base is almost inevitably to shrink it equally.
Mar 21, 2018

Texas Bombings, a Maryland Shooter and Some Good Cops
After the failures at Parkland, exemplary law enforcement.
Mar 20, 2018

A GOP Right-To-Try Fumble
House Republicans may kill a bill to give cancer patients a choice.
Mar 20, 2018

Abortion Over ObamaCare
Democrats dig in over a prohibition that dates back to the 1970s.
Mar 20, 2018

Tackling China's Protectionism
A better way than tariffs to challenge Beijing's mercantilism.
Mar 20, 2018

Double Standards Won't Close the Racial Learning Gap
And racial preferences set up bright students—who otherwise would be excelling at less-selective schools—to fail at elite colleges.
Mar 20, 2018

Mark Zuckerberg Is No James Madison
The Constitution was designed to constrain our worst impulses. Facebook encourages them.
Mar 20, 2018

Fourth Wave Environmentalism Fully Embraces Business
Multilateral corporate partnerships and market-based approaches have become standard practice.
Mar 20, 2018

Why Your Doctor's Computer Is So Clunky
Washington mandates Electronic Health Records but stands in the way of innovation.
Mar 20, 2018

Trump's Saturday Night Massacre?
Firing Robert Mueller would be ugly, maybe impeachable, and entirely paralyzing.
Mar 20, 2018

Stephen Hawking Is Dead, Not 'Free'
I've used a wheelchair since the first grade. It's not a constraint but a liberation.
Mar 20, 2018

Britain and the EU Put Off the Tough Questions
About a year from Brexit, it's unclear if matters will be resolved in time.
Mar 20, 2018

WikiLeaks, Secrecy and the Death of a Patriot
Adrián Lamo took no pleasure in breaking the Manning case.
Mar 19, 2018

Toothless Gestures Won't Stop Putin
While Washington dreamed of an orderly world, revisionist powers upended it.
Mar 19, 2018

The Senate's Iran Helpers
A Senate coalition tries to hamstring U.S. aid for the Saudis in Yemen.
Mar 19, 2018

Europe's Russia Knot
A stern statement on the chemical attack is the best Britain will get.
Mar 19, 2018

Life Support for ObamaCare
Republicans are caught between Democrats and the health insurers.
Mar 19, 2018

Facebook Joins the Club
Big Tech is learning what it's like to deal with political risk.
Mar 19, 2018

The Fix for Misleading 'CEO Pay Ratios'
The Securities and Exchange Commission has mandated methodologies that create the wrong impression.
Mar 19, 2018

What Went Wrong at the FBI
After 9/11, the bureau lost its law-enforcement ethos as it tried to become more of an intelligence agency.
Mar 19, 2018

Pro-Life Centers Have Free Speech, Too
The Supreme Court takes up a California law that compels them to advertise for abortion providers.
Mar 19, 2018

The Saudis Take On Radical Islam
The crown prince charts a course toward moderation, which prevailed before the 1979 attack on Mecca.
Mar 19, 2018

A Guide to Overcoming European Rudeness
Visit Normandy, or don't dress like an undergraduate.
Mar 19, 2018

On Abortion, Hillary Won
A clash between Mrs. Clinton and Nancy Pelosi in a safely blue seat outside Chicago.
Mar 19, 2018

The Best Time Ever to Look for a Job
Americans enjoy a historic high in employment openings.
Mar 18, 2018

The McCabe March Madness
Trump can never let the facts speak for themselves.
Mar 18, 2018

Putin's Next Six Years
The very model of a modern authoritarian election.
Mar 18, 2018

Tom Perez's Fiduciary Flop
An appeals court rules that another Obama regulation is illegal.
Mar 18, 2018

AT&T's 'South Park' Argument
While cartoons mock Netflix as a content spigot, a Time Warner merger is no threat.
Mar 18, 2018

Trump's Losing Trade Gambit
The president had to back off new tariffs on Mexico and Canada, with no concessions.
Mar 18, 2018

Drones Can Protect Us From Kim's Missiles
But Congress has to act by this Friday's budget deadline.
Mar 18, 2018

How to Answer Russia's Escalation
In response to a chemical attack in the U.K., impose sanctions directly against President Vladimir Putin.
Mar 18, 2018

The Penn Law School Mob Scores a Victory
Now Black Lives Matter wants Amy Wax fired for arguing that preferences harm their ‘beneficiaries.'
Mar 18, 2018

The Supreme Court's Chance to Rebuild a 'Constitutional Bulwark'
The Contract Clause has been moribund since 1934. The justices could revive it in a case from Minnesota.
Mar 18, 2018

Notable & Quotable: San Francisco's Lawless Liberalism
‘The would-be robber left his small Chihuahua-Papillion mix behind.'

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