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WSJ Opinion
May 18, 2018

More Competition for Pharma
The FDA calls out companies that duck the law on generics.

WSJ Opinion
May 18, 2018

'I Don't Believe That Anymore'
The Children's Scholarship Fund has helped 166,000 poor kids in 20 years.

WSJ Opinion
May 18, 2018

A Looming Nafta Debacle
The U.S. trade rep is setting Trump up for a major political failure.

WSJ Opinion
May 18, 2018

Identity Politics Threatens the American Experiment
Increasingly we sort each other into groups, making sweeping assumptions based on binary labels.

WSJ Opinion
May 18, 2018

Gambling Is Coming, So Get Ready to Hate Sports
How the welfare state leads to legalized betting on the national pastime.

WSJ Opinion
May 18, 2018

A Conservative Economics of Dignity
The dean of Columbia Business School is a tax cutter and free trader, but he says economists must address ‘real economic concerns in the heartland.'

WSJ Opinion
May 18, 2018

Andrew Cuomo's Wind Farm Won't Fly Without Fracking
New York's governor touts turbines while closing a nuclear plant. To fill the gap? Natural gas.

WSJ Opinion
May 18, 2018

Where in the World Was Barack Obama?
Somehow the former commander-in-chief is largely absent from the political spying drama.

WSJ Opinion
May 17, 2018

Richard Pipes
The Russia scholar helped America win the Cold War.

WSJ Opinion
May 17, 2018

Walmart's Big Bet Could Pay Off for India
The retailer could be a powerful champion for free enterprise in a nation of 1.3 billion.

WSJ Opinion
May 17, 2018

Trump and Bolton on Libya
North Korea and the U.S. press corps share a common enemy.

WSJ Opinion
May 17, 2018

Exporting Jobs Instead of Food
The U.S. farm labor shortage is driving production overseas.

WSJ Opinion
May 17, 2018

Hats Off to Tom Wolfe
He was a friend, a wit and a literary inspiration. And what a figure he cut—like a crazed, antique peacock.

WSJ Opinion
May 17, 2018

Trump Shouldn't Give ZTE a Pass
The company threatens Americans' privacy and America's security.

WSJ Opinion
May 17, 2018

Not Everyone Should Go to College
Vocational education won't succeed so long as society consigns it to second-class status.

WSJ Opinion
May 17, 2018

Fight Beijing's Surveillance State
If China gains dominance over digital technology, it would be dangerous for freedom world-wide.

WSJ Opinion
May 17, 2018

A Holiday for the Rule of Law
Whereas Passover celebrates freedom, Shavuot honors the Ten Commandments.

WSJ Opinion
May 17, 2018

Was Trump's Campaign 'Set Up'?
At some point, the Russia investigation became political. How early was it?

WSJ Opinion
May 17, 2018

When the Prince Trips, the World Flips
Be glad you weren't born into the British royal family.

WSJ Opinion
May 17, 2018

Trump and America's Immigrant Shortage
If they obey the law, why not allow more new Americans?

WSJ Opinion
May 16, 2018

Funny Business at the Trump Labor Board
How dubious backstage politics saved a pro-union Obama ruling.

WSJ Opinion
May 16, 2018

Magical Thinking in Italy
A left-right populist government poses a new risk to the eurozone.

WSJ Opinion
May 16, 2018

Korean Summit Maneuvers
Kim Jong Un thinks he can resist immediate denuclearization.

WSJ Opinion
May 16, 2018

North Korea, and Iran, and Iraq! Oh, My!
Pompeo and Bolton have hardly settled in, but history already has come knocking.

WSJ Opinion
May 16, 2018

At the CIA, Immorality Is Part of the Job
Spying is a dirty yet necessary business, not best examined in open hearings.

WSJ Opinion
May 16, 2018

The GOP's Ambitious College Reform Plan
Simplify student loans, expand vocational options, protect free speech, end ‘public service' subsidies.

WSJ Opinion
May 16, 2018

Kasich Could Be Trump's Best Hope
An independent candidacy could split voters who dislike the Democrats but can't abide the president.

WSJ Opinion
May 16, 2018

America's So-Called Allies
For the Europeans, Obama's nuclear deal with Iran was always about the money.

WSJ Opinion
May 16, 2018

Facebook's 10,000 New Editors
Will they approve of your posts?

WSJ Opinion
May 15, 2018

Tom Wolfe Had the Right Stuff
America has lost one of its greatest men of letters—a journalist, novelist and profound cultural observer.

WSJ Opinion
May 15, 2018

A Chance for Sugar Welfare Reform
A bipartisan coalition could reduce the worst farm subsidy.

WSJ Opinion
May 15, 2018

Seattle to Business: Drop Dead
The city taxes companies for hiring more workers.

WSJ Opinion
May 15, 2018

A Phony Vote on 'Net Neutrality'
Democrats try to rile up millennials about a deregulated internet.

WSJ Opinion
May 15, 2018

New York's Green Energy Roulette
Gov. Cuomo uses up his state's electricity margin of safety to advance his career.

WSJ Opinion
May 15, 2018

Vapin' in the Boys' Room
The moral panic over teens and e-cigarettes is clouding judgment.

WSJ Opinion
May 15, 2018

Are Haspel's Hearers Focused on the Future?
Senators must balance doubts about the CIA nominee's record with the agency's needs.

WSJ Opinion
May 15, 2018

Doing Business With Bees
They want my nectar and pollen. In return, they distribute my pollen and assure my crop's spate.

WSJ Opinion
May 15, 2018

Let the Bipartisan Majority Rule
If a bill has enough support to pass, House leadership shouldn't block a vote for partisan reasons.

WSJ Opinion
May 15, 2018

The Sea Is Rising, but Not Because of Climate Change
There is nothing we can do about it, except to build dikes and sea walls a little bit higher.

WSJ Opinion
May 15, 2018

The NRA vs. Authoritarianism
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo thinks Second Amendment supporters are not entitled to the First Amendment, either.

WSJ Opinion
May 14, 2018

Trump Lets ZTE Off the Hook
An arbitrary intervention hurts U.S. sanctions policy.

WSJ Opinion
May 14, 2018

From Washington to Jerusalem
Trump fulfilled a campaign promise that others wouldn't.

WSJ Opinion
May 14, 2018

The Issue Is Liberty, Not Gambling
The Supreme Court says Congress can't command state legislatures.

WSJ Opinion
May 14, 2018

Meet Jimmy Kimmel's Nun
Behind the caricature is someone who has spent her life building strong women.

WSJ Opinion
May 14, 2018

Trump, Iran and American Power
The president sees Tehran's overreach as an opportunity to arrest U.S. decline.

WSJ Opinion
May 14, 2018

Who Needs Calculus? Not High-Schoolers
They'd be better off taking AP statistics or computer science.

WSJ Opinion
May 14, 2018

America Can't Afford to Cede the Seas
Does the U.S. want to continue as a great power? China's navy is set to surpass our fleet by 2030.

WSJ Opinion
May 14, 2018

The Day la Terre Stood Still
As France ground to a halt, the protests seemed to be about everything—or just a love of talking revolution.

WSJ Opinion
May 14, 2018

Rebuilding Schools, Bridges---and Lives
Public investment in infrastructure can restore America's public works and promote opportunity.

WSJ Opinion
May 14, 2018

In a Trade War, It's Hard to Get a Head
MillerCoors buys half a billion pounds of aluminum every year, and 28% of the cost is a mysterious fee.

WSJ Opinion
May 14, 2018

Is There Any Art in Trump's China Deal?
The President better get a lot in return if he lets ZTE off the hook.

WSJ Opinion
May 13, 2018

The African Terror Fight
The U.S. should stay on the continent despite the failed Niger mission.

WSJ Opinion
May 13, 2018

Contradicting Comey on Flynn---Again
The Senate Judiciary Chairman corroborates the House Intelligence report.

WSJ Opinion
May 13, 2018

A Useful Spending Debate
Republicans can win a ‘rescissions' battle if they make their case.

WSJ Opinion
May 13, 2018

Mueller's Investigation Crosses the Legal Line
It's unconstitutional under Morrison v. Olson—the decision, not the dissent.

WSJ Opinion
May 13, 2018

America Recognizes One Jerusalem
The new U.S. Embassy straddles the ‘Green Line,' refusing to dignify claims of Israeli ‘occupation.'

WSJ Opinion
May 13, 2018

Managed Trade? I'm Back in the U.S.S.R.
Soviet negotiators' 1990 demands find echoes in the Trump administration today.

WSJ Opinion
May 13, 2018

A Mayor Tries to Zone Out Free Speech
At the behest of an abortion clinic, Pete Buttigieg of South Bend targets a pro-life center.

WSJ Opinion
May 13, 2018

The Argentine Peso's Death Spiral
To solve the problem, President Macri needs to get aggressive in challenging Peronism.

WSJ Opinion
May 13, 2018

A Better Alternative to Payday Loans
Using a ‘salary link,' employers can help low-income workers get access to credit.

WSJ Opinion
May 13, 2018

My Long Recovery From Kindergarten
As a girl I played with ideas. The teachers had other ideas.

WSJ Opinion
May 11, 2018

An Important Conviction
A jury convicts Sheldon Silver even under the McDonnell standard.

WSJ Opinion
May 11, 2018

California Prays to the Sun God
The state finds another way to make housing less affordable.

WSJ Opinion
May 11, 2018

The Trashing of George Mason University
The left gangs up on the school for having conservative professors.

WSJ Opinion
May 11, 2018

Your Spouse Is No Prize? Maybe You Deserve a Nobel
From Socrates to the Clintons, why not an award for those who've suffered for marriage?

WSJ Opinion
May 11, 2018

Why the AT&T Case Suddenly Matters
Comcast, T-Mobile and Sprint etc. are eager to see if Team Trump is friend or foe of 5G adaptation.

WSJ Opinion
May 11, 2018

From Russia With No Love Lost
Anti-Putin crusader Bill Browder on his disillusionment with Moscow's leader and his tangles with the man behind the Trump dossier.

WSJ Opinion
May 11, 2018

Why California Leaves Its Homeless Out in the Sun
Residents don't like the encampments, but neither do they want shelters

WSJ Opinion
May 11, 2018

The Endless Clinton Campaign
The former secretary of State offers more criticism of U.S. leadership from overseas.

WSJ Opinion
May 10, 2018

A Centerfold and a Lesson From Mom
‘Is it right to steal?' No. ‘Then don't steal this woman's dignity.'

WSJ Opinion
May 10, 2018

One More Immigration Try
A debate and vote might save imperiled House Republicans.

WSJ Opinion
May 10, 2018

Have We Got a Muni Bond for You
Illinois shows that pensions will be paid before bondholders.

WSJ Opinion
May 10, 2018

Don't Try to Blackmail Us on Nafta, Mr. President
I'll vote ‘no' on a bad new deal and employ all legislative means to block a unilateral withdrawal.

WSJ Opinion
May 10, 2018

The FBI's Shocking Disrespect for Congress
When I was at the bureau, lawmakers' requests for information got prompt responses.

WSJ Opinion
May 10, 2018

Will Iraq 'Lean West' or 'Lean Iran'?
After Saturday's votes are counted, the U.S. must remain engaged as the parties form a government.

WSJ Opinion
May 10, 2018

The Roots of Anti-Semitism
Jews constantly find themselves opposing dominant ideologies of the times.

WSJ Opinion
May 10, 2018

Wisdom of a Non-Idiot Billionaire
‘I saw Bernie Sanders and the kids around him,' says Ken Langone. ‘I thought: This is the antichrist!'

WSJ Opinion
May 10, 2018

About That FBI 'Source'
Did the bureau engage in outright spying against the 2016 Trump campaign?

WSJ Opinion
May 10, 2018

Malaysia's Democratic Spring
Anwar Ibrahim is the country's best hope for a new reform consensus.

WSJ Opinion
May 10, 2018

Trump Tweets, Korea and the Rocket Man
Can cyber-taunts really be an effective tool of modern diplomacy?

WSJ Opinion
May 09, 2018

The Justice Hall of Mirrors
The latest intel leak is designed to block a House subpoena.

WSJ Opinion
May 09, 2018

Republican Senate Salvage Job
The GOP gives itself a chance in two key Trump states.

WSJ Opinion
May 09, 2018

Your Taxpayer Dollars at the U.N.
The case of the Bitkovs gets more outrageous.

WSJ Opinion
May 09, 2018

Trump's Trade Threats Are Hurting Growth
Tariff tensions promote economic uncertainty, which in turn inhibits business investment.

WSJ Opinion
May 09, 2018

The Unresolved IRS Scandal
Congress should take tax collectors out of the business of regulating political activity.

WSJ Opinion
May 09, 2018

Don't Write Off the Republicans Yet
A ‘blue wave' may be coming, but this week GOP voters showed strong enthusiasm.

WSJ Opinion
May 09, 2018

It's Trump's Iran Deal Now
The Obama nuclear deal is going to be revised and renamed, with or without Europe.

WSJ Opinion
May 09, 2018

Congress's Chance to Do Right by Veterans
Send the VA Mission Act to the president's desk by Memorial Day.

WSJ Opinion
May 09, 2018

West Virginia's Other Guy: Patrick Morrisey
Almost nobody has paid attention to the man who could soon become a U.S. senator.

WSJ Opinion
May 09, 2018

The Other Guy
Almost nobody has paid attention to Patrick Morrisey, who could soon become a U.S. senator from West Virginia.

WSJ Opinion
May 08, 2018

After Obama's Iran Deal
Trump can exit because Obama never built U.S. support for the pact.

WSJ Opinion
May 08, 2018

Why N.Y. Pols Aren't World Class
Too much conformity makes it easy for the Empire State's fakers and role players.

WSJ Opinion
May 08, 2018

Opportunity Knocks
Job openings nearly matched the number of job seekers in March.

WSJ Opinion
May 08, 2018

Why Ben Carson Is Raising Rents
HUD's plan would increase the minimum to $150, but it also includes needed flexibility for cities.

WSJ Opinion
May 08, 2018

Start Cutting Spending---and Don't Stop
Mitch McConnell should drop his threat to block rescissions affecting the omnibus.

WSJ Opinion
May 08, 2018

Trump Needs to Learn How to Trust
America needs allies, and international relations aren't a zero-sum game.

WSJ Opinion
May 08, 2018

Trump's Ratings Rise
Whether or not people approve of the new tax law, they like the results.

WSJ Opinion
May 08, 2018

The Bias Response Team Is Watching
A lawsuit challenging the University of Michigan's speech police may serve as a nationwide model.

WSJ Opinion
May 08, 2018

'I Am the Law'
Schneiderman was abusive in his public and private conduct.

WSJ Opinion
May 07, 2018

A Scarlet Title IX Letter
A North Carolina court ruling could tarnish young people for life.

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