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Sep 21, 2018

Grapes of Union Wrath
The saga of workers at Gerawan Farming finally has a happy ending.
Sep 21, 2018

The New Censors
A New York Review of Books editor is felled by #MeToo rage.
Sep 21, 2018

The Presumption of Guilt
The new liberal standard turns American due process upside down.
Sep 21, 2018

In the Eye of the Kavanaugh Storm
Chuck Grassley, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, talks about the prospects of confirmation, the effort to give the accuser a hearing, and the #MeToo movement.
Sep 21, 2018

What Punishment Is Cruel and Unusual for a Crime Committed at 17?
The courts in Mississippi failed to address whether Joey Chandler exhibited ‘irretrievable depravity.'
Sep 21, 2018

A Kavanaugh Hearing Without Facts Would Be a Sham
Liberal voters should save their fury for Senate Democrats rather than Republicans.
Sep 21, 2018

The Humanities' Decline Makes Us Morally Obtuse
Many ‘educated' people are too ignorant to realize the same person can be a victim and a villain.
Sep 21, 2018

The United States of Free Trade
In 1824 the Supreme Court held protectionist state laws unconstitutional. Wild prosperity ensued.
Sep 21, 2018

Is Trump Creating New Republicans?
Much of the media is trying to persuade Latinos to dislike the GOP but it's a tougher sale than expected.
Sep 20, 2018

Colorado's Fracking Fright
Proposition 112 would prohibit almost all new oil and gas production.
Sep 20, 2018

The New New Normal?
Jobless claims hit a record low, while stocks surge to a new high.
Sep 20, 2018

Sharing the Wealth of Markets
Useful ideas to expand ownership in fast-growing companies.
Sep 20, 2018

A Prophet for the 'Social Justice' Movement
Behind the campus left's fundamentalism is bell hooks's faith-based feminism.
Sep 20, 2018

Wages Are Growing Faster Than You Think
A 0.1% annual rise turns into 1% when adjusted for inflation, benefits and the changing labor force.
Sep 20, 2018

If I Wanted a TV Dinner, I'd Stay Home
Restaurants should ditch the screens and allow conversation to flourish.
Sep 20, 2018

For India, English Is a Cure, Not a Sickness
It's the only thing saving the country from Hindi imperialism.
Sep 20, 2018

The GOP Can't Win for Losing
A Kavanaugh defeat would demoralize the Republican base, not energize it.
Sep 20, 2018

When Russian Democracy Died
Boris Yeltsin abolished the Parliament 25 years ago. That helped pave the way for Putin's dictatorship.
Sep 20, 2018

Football Goes Long on Gambling
In the new world of sports betting, ethics could get spiked.
Sep 20, 2018

Dianne Feinstein 'on the Hot Seat'
Republicans aren't the only ones questioning her handling of an accusation against Kavanaugh.
Sep 19, 2018

Politicizing the FBI
Democrats want to turn agents into judges of nominee character.
Sep 19, 2018

Bert and Ernie, Political Puppets
The enforcers of identity über alles descend on a children's TV show.
Sep 19, 2018

Moon Shot in Korea
Kim still hasn't provided a list of his nuclear facilities.
Sep 19, 2018

How Used Clothes Got to Be 'Vintage'
When I was poor, I bought bags of old duds for a dollar.
Sep 19, 2018

What Democrats Have Become
Brett Kavanaugh is a casualty of an anything-goes political resistance.
Sep 19, 2018

Health Care Is the Sleeper Issue of 2018
Republicans must counter Democratic attacks on pre-existing conditions.
Sep 19, 2018

Open Your App and Say 'Ahh'
Smartphones and better electronic health records have the potential to revolutionize medicine.
Sep 19, 2018

California Farmers Are Trade-War Casualties
China imposes retaliatory tariffs on pistachios, almonds and wine, while Canada is taxing ketchup.
Sep 19, 2018

The Mafia That Threatens Afghanistan
Armed factions have overrun civil society, but coming elections offer a chance to root them out.
Sep 19, 2018

A Tax Cut Democrats Can Back
Don't favor the top 1%. Help working Americans by expanding the child and earned-income tax credits.
Sep 19, 2018

Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump and Authoritarianism
The 2016 Democratic presidential nominee pitches a new edition of her campaign memoir.
Sep 18, 2018

Philadelphia's Forfeiture Landmark
No longer can cops and prosecutors seize assets to fund their own pay.
Sep 18, 2018

Schumer's FBI Ploy
The Democratic demand for a bureau probe is one more delaying tactic.
Sep 18, 2018

The Missing China Trade Strategy
Trump imposes new tariffs but what he wants from Beijing isn't clear.
Sep 18, 2018

No More Pay-to-Play Green Cards
The EB-5 Regional Center program is a bipartisan source of corruption and cronyism. Let it die.
Sep 18, 2018

Clarence Thomas Hearings Redux
As in 1991, unverified allegations threaten to derail a Supreme Court nomination.
Sep 18, 2018

What's the Matter With Westchester?
Suburbanites vote against their economic interest to advance social liberalism.
Sep 18, 2018

The Corporate Tax Cut Is Paying for Itself
Faster-than-expected growth has produced a revenue windfall.
Sep 18, 2018

What Really Happened in 2008
There was a housing shortage, not a bubble; the Fed was too tight, etc.
Sep 18, 2018

The American Dream Needs a Jolt
Few believe their children will be better off, and current policy offers no solution.
Sep 18, 2018

How Many Bank Bailouts Can America Withstand?
The architects of the 2008 rescues pretend they've been vindicated.
Sep 17, 2018

Imperialism Will Be Dangerous for China
Beijing risks blowback as it exports surplus economic capacity to Africa and Asia.
Sep 17, 2018

The #MeToo Kavanaugh Ambush
A story this old and unprovable can't be allowed to delay a Supreme Court confirmation vote.
Sep 17, 2018

Cracking the Proxy Racket
The SEC withdraws guidance that built a corporate-governance duopoly.
Sep 17, 2018

Resisting the Supreme Court
Unions and politicians are circumventing the Janus decision.
Sep 17, 2018

It's Susan Collins's Moment
Failing to treat Kavanaugh fairly would give us a nasty #MeToo precedent.
Sep 17, 2018

Stranger Things Have Happened
Today's young people will never hitchhike—but I did in the 1970s.
Sep 17, 2018

Stop Bezos From Hiring Poor People?
Bernie Sanders's latest brainstorm would make the transition from welfare to work more difficult.
Sep 17, 2018

Extremism Advances in the Largest Muslim Country
Indonesia's president, once considered an ally of religious minorities, puts a radical cleric on his ticket.
Sep 17, 2018

A Spectral Witness Materializes
The passage of time sometimes causes people to forget, sometimes to invent or embellish.
Sep 17, 2018

Venture Out of Your News Bubble
Liberal and conservative cable networks cover different stories altogether.
Sep 16, 2018

The Election Tax Divide
The GOP wants to make tax cuts permanent. Democrats want repeal.
Sep 16, 2018

Credit to the Carolinas
The floodwaters are still rising, but the rescue effort is impressive.
Sep 16, 2018

Big Labor's Deep State
Republicans on the NLRB give in to Democratic bullying.
Sep 16, 2018

The Truth About Hurricane Maria
‘Excess deaths' are a dubious measure, and Puerto Rican officials were unprepared.
Sep 16, 2018

Drug Rebates Aren't 'Kickbacks'
A rule designed to save patients money would end up having the opposite effect.
Sep 16, 2018

John Kerry, Meet George Logan
Is it a crime to meet with Iranian officials? It may well be.
Sep 16, 2018

Why China Is Brutally Suppressing Muslims
The assault on the Uighurs serves Beijing's imperial ambitions, which require stable land borders.
Sep 16, 2018

Trump's Half-Measures Won't Save the Coal Industry
The EPA is granting more power to states, but most already have committed to quitting fossil fuels.
Sep 16, 2018

Happy Constitution Day, if You Can Keep It
The long-term survival of the Founders' design depends on people, not parchment.
Sep 14, 2018

Eight Decades of Ethnic Dilemmas
Iconic sociologist Nathan Glazer on the problems of group identity, affirmative action and Donald Trump.
Sep 14, 2018

Get Ready for the Next Financial Crisis
The post-2008 fixes piled on more debt. And when rates rise and credit turns, equity won't be far behind.
Sep 14, 2018

The Manafort Plea
The former Trump aide agrees to cooperate. But what does he know?
Sep 14, 2018

The Vatican's China Syndrome
Rome gives Beijing the power to select its slate of bishops.
Sep 14, 2018

The Dirt and Delay Playbook
Democrats want to push a Kavanaugh vote past Election Day.
Sep 14, 2018

The U.S. Is Rich, So Storms Are Worse
Donald Trump's thought processes may be a mystery, but better hurricane policy isn't.
Sep 14, 2018

The Satirist Who Mocked the Kremlin---and Russian Character
Vladimir Voinovich was exiled by the Soviets and later hailed as his nation's greatest living writer.
Sep 14, 2018

Minnesota Is a House Divided on Trump
Republicans might take the Democratic stronghold of Duluth, while ceding the Twin Cities suburbs.
Sep 13, 2018

Culling the Emerging-Market Herd
The lack of contagion so far gives countries an opening for reform.
Sep 13, 2018

Due Process for Sexual Assault Cases
The Sixth Circuit says the accused have a right to cross-examination.
Sep 13, 2018

A Late Hit on Kavanaugh
A bad confirmation gets worse for Sen. Dianne Feinstein.
Sep 13, 2018

The Protesters vs. the Bondholders
The oversight board for Puerto Rico has a careful balancing act.
Sep 13, 2018

Stopping the Priests Who Prey on Adults
Bishops should push to make it a civil crime for clergy to abuse those over 18.
Sep 13, 2018

How Republicans Could Still Win
A forthcoming poll suggests ways they can persuade voters in swing districts.
Sep 13, 2018

Bailouts Shouldn't Be Only for Banks
The government's failure to help homeowners after the 2008 crisis fueled populist anger at finance.
Sep 13, 2018

Post-Lehman Sins of Transmission and Omission
Economists and central bankers know surprisingly little about how their crisis policies really worked.
Sep 13, 2018

Get Real With $6-a-Gallon 'Raw Water'
The trend toward ‘authenticity' in food has led consumers to strange places.
Sep 13, 2018

Bad Sports Don't Deserve to Lose
A reform for all pro games, inspired by the injustice done to Serena Williams.
Sep 13, 2018

America Works
Readers report on a place where markets thrive and a place where they didn't.
Sep 13, 2018

Edwin Stanton Was Part of the 'Resistance'---in 1860
If President Buchanan's experience is a precedent, Trump's internal critic may privately flatter him.
Sep 13, 2018

Republicans' Turn in the Barrel
The volatile polls have swung against the GOP. But there is room for recovery.
Sep 13, 2018

Serena Williams's Time Out
Unsportsmanlike conduct has become routine in sports, life and in our politics.
Sep 13, 2018

Thank Heaven for Bigger Boys
Like good men, they protected us when I was a little girl.
Sep 13, 2018

Non-Crazy Rich Asians and Trump
The President should embark on a Pacific recruiting trip.
Sep 13, 2018

Narrow Odds for Narrow Banks
The Fed's disparate treatment of TNB hurts depositors.
Sep 13, 2018

Ninth Circuit vs. Free Speech
The liberal judges rule that donor disclosure is no big deal.
Sep 13, 2018

The SEC Has Ways to Stop the Slide in Public Offerings
Emerging companies need regulatory relief to make IPOs easier. Retail investors would benefit too.
Sep 13, 2018

The U.S. Can Defuse Iraq's Crisis
Help prevent a civil war among the Shiites by providing water, energy and medical assistance.
Sep 13, 2018

Trump's Income Bump
The Census shows that faster growth is helping all income levels.
Sep 11, 2018

You Can't Bribe Susan Collins
A crowdfunding campaign threatens the Senator on Kavanaugh.
Sep 11, 2018

California's Carbon Exorcism
Jerry Brown signs the statewide ban on fossil-fuel power by 2045.
Sep 11, 2018

The Failure to Help Taiwan
Trump bows to Beijing when it protests U.S. help for Taipei.
Sep 11, 2018

U.S. Business Creation Hits Record High
However the President may describe it, there's no denying the good news.
Sep 11, 2018

Elizabeth Warren's Corporate Illogic
She wants to make companies give board seats to employees, but unions have stakeholders too.
Sep 11, 2018

Third Time's the Charm for Obama in Midterms?
The former president didn't have much success helping other Democrats get elected in 2010 or '14.
Sep 11, 2018

Carbs, Good for You? Fat Chance!
Dietary dogma's defenders continue to mislead the public and put Americans' health at risk.
Sep 11, 2018

God Said, 'Be Fruitful and Multiply'
Israelis are taking Genesis 1:28 seriously. The Jewish state's fertility rate is 3.1, far above replacement.
Sep 11, 2018

CBS and the Function of Severance
Why the company is not glad to save $180 million by refusing to pay off Les Moonves.
Sep 11, 2018

Will Florida Take a Left Turn?
A lot is riding on Andrew Gillum, the progressive nominee for governor.
Sep 11, 2018

Beijing's Power Grab in a Train Station
Police will enforce mainland law in a corner of Hong Kong.

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