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Nov 16, 2018

A Tale of Two New Yorks
Billions for Amazon but rats, lead paint and mold for public housing.
Nov 16, 2018

The Play-Date Police
D.C. regulators give new meaning to the ‘nanny state.'
Nov 16, 2018

The Gerrymander Excuse Implodes
Democrats' total vote share roughly matches their House majority.
Nov 16, 2018

New Hope for the Truth of 2016?
Hints that congressional investigators may finally pull back the lid on James Comey's actions.
Nov 16, 2018

Why Central Bankers Missed the Crisis
The lesson of 2008, a top economist says, is that monetary maestros don't pay enough attention to financial markets. Are they making the same mistake again?
Nov 16, 2018

A Mayor Seeks to Stymie His City's Only Successful School
In struggling New Bedford, Mass., the Alma del Mar charter faces opposition to its expansion plan.
Nov 16, 2018

Sorry, Feminists, Men Are Better at Scrabble
Nothing stops women from competing at the game's highest levels, but almost none of them do.
Nov 16, 2018

Don't Let Yemen Become a Proxy of Iran
Knee-jerk opposition to the Saudi intervention is dangerous to the U.S.
Nov 16, 2018

Art of the Deal: 2020
No matter who becomes Speaker of the House next year, the President enjoys a remarkable political opportunity.
Nov 15, 2018

A Jailbreak for Bipartisanship
Congress has a rare opening to pass criminal-justice reforms.
Nov 15, 2018

The Ungracious Mr. Gillum
The Democrat loses the recount for Florida Governor but still won't concede.
Nov 15, 2018

America Is Not an Island
As the world economy slows, Trump and the Fed need to adapt.
Nov 15, 2018

India's Rahul Gandhi Faces an Electoral Test
State elections will offer a preview of Narendra Modi's re-election prospects.
Nov 15, 2018

Melania's Misstep and Michelle's Mystery
The current first lady joins the White House chaos, while her predecessor answers an old question.
Nov 15, 2018

A Trade Deficit Isn't A Mortgage
Navarro's odd analogy offers a glimpse into the protectionist mind.
Nov 15, 2018

Your Flying Car Will Be Here Sooner Than You Think
Electric air taxis could take you to the airport in minutes for less than the price of a regular cab.
Nov 15, 2018

I Won't Vote to Fund the Border Deployment
It's a wasteful political stunt. There are better ways to spend hundreds of millions of dollars.
Nov 15, 2018

Trump's Chaos Theory
His combative style may force a truce between the country's ‘two nations.' But not any time soon.
Nov 15, 2018

How to Read 'Body' Language
The left adopts an odd dysphemism for human beings.
Nov 15, 2018

Doubling Down on Mueller
What will Democrats (and Jeff Flake) do if the probe finds no collusion evidence?
Nov 15, 2018

The Catholic Bishops Who Couldn't
The Vatican prevents American prelates from addressing clergy sexual abuse.
Nov 15, 2018

Capitalism: Still Working
Karl Marx's economic forecasts were even worse than Paul Krugman's.
Nov 14, 2018

The Best Bad Brexit Deal
May's withdrawal pact from the EU is lousy but is the only game in town.
Nov 14, 2018

The Minority Leader's Only Job
House Republicans are about to discover the pain of irrelevance.
Nov 14, 2018

Amazon's Golden Fleecing
The rich company takes New York politicians for a subsidy ride.
Nov 14, 2018

The Dangerous Fantasy of a 'Jobs Guarantee'
The latest progressive brainstorm would upend the labor market and be impossible to administer.
Nov 14, 2018

How the SEC Silences Criticism
Its unconstitutional 1972 ‘gag rule' is overdue for repeal.
Nov 14, 2018

Bezos Invades Trump's Backyard
Amazon is the new king of Queens, where you-know-who got his start in real estate.
Nov 14, 2018

Will Democrats Fall in Line for Pelosi?
If those who promised to oppose her keep their word, she'll fall short of 218 votes.
Nov 14, 2018

Economic Liberty Turns Vice Into Virtue
Bernard Mandeville showed how envy and pride drove men to help themselves and society.
Nov 14, 2018

The NRA Will Have Its Day in Court
New York's governor will have to defend his assault on the liberties enumerated in the Bill of Rights.
Nov 13, 2018

The Blue Wave May Wash Education Reform Away
Democratic gains in state government are bad news for proponents of school choice.
Nov 13, 2018

America Has a Surplus in Services
Arguments about the balance of trade often focus only on goods. That misses half the equation.
Nov 13, 2018

You Didn't Get Amazon HQ2. Now What?
Your investment doesn't have to go to waste. Here's how the losing cities can attract the next startup.
Nov 13, 2018

Trump Is Right About Nationalism
It's not just about interests or even values. Americans cherish our country's shared history and character.
Nov 13, 2018

Google Confronts Its Bolsheviks
Political activists inside the company take aim at the white males at the top.
Nov 13, 2018

The Midwest Is the Democrats' Key
Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania will decide the presidential election in 2020.
Nov 13, 2018

The 'Modernizing Dictator' Is No Myth
Can the crown prince reform Saudi Arabia? Maybe not, but there are precedents.
Nov 13, 2018

A Judicial Keystone Kop
The anti-Trump legal resistance expands to the oil pipeline.
Nov 13, 2018

A Journalist's Vindication
The unjust case against a former Journal reporter is dismissed in Turkey.
Nov 13, 2018

The School Choice Election Bonus
Florida and Arizona Republicans benefit in more minority support.
Nov 13, 2018

CNN's Acosta Privilege
Does the First Amendment require the President to listen to a partisan and inaccurate lecture?
Nov 12, 2018

Real Men Saved Lives in Thousand Oaks
‘I'm here to protect my friends, my family, my fellow humans,' Matt Wennerstrom said.
Nov 12, 2018

Hanging Chads, the Sequel
The Democrat who won the 2008 recount for Al Franken is in Florida.
Nov 12, 2018

Peter Navarro's Politburo Playbook
The White House trade adviser calls private citizens ‘foreign agents.'
Nov 12, 2018

California's Paradise Lost
Trump is a bully, but he's right about bad forest management.
Nov 12, 2018

The False Promise of 'Medicare for All'
Cost is only part of the problem. Single-payer systems create long waits and delays on new drugs.
Nov 12, 2018

Chinese Students Help America Innovate
The administration considers a visa ban. What a terrible idea.
Nov 12, 2018

Chuck Schumer, Foiled Again
The Senate minority leader was one of the few clear losers in last week's midterms.
Nov 12, 2018

Military Spouses Also Serve
Employers ought to make it easier to keep jobs when families have to move.
Nov 12, 2018

Macron's Faux Pas on Nationalism
Western Europe mistakes its lessons from World War I for universal truths.
Nov 12, 2018

Even the Libertarians Get Luckey Sometimes
Facebook pressured a top exec to say he supported Gary Johnson over Trump.
Nov 12, 2018

Broward's Ballots
Voters are right to be suspicious about vote-counting in the Florida county.
Nov 11, 2018

Government Motors Is Back
GM floats a China-style plan to subsidize and promote electric cars.
Nov 11, 2018

The Coup That Wasn't
Democrats win an election, so apparently democracy works.
Nov 11, 2018

The Anti-Manufacturing Tariff
Five months after seeking a waiver, Mid Continent still waits.
Nov 11, 2018

Who Lost The House? John McCain
His July 2017 vote killed ObamaCare repeal and made Democratic lies impossible to refute.
Nov 11, 2018

The Drug War and the Caravan
Misguided American policies contributed to the growing chaos in Central America.
Nov 11, 2018

Taking the Law Into Your Own Handheld
Some attorneys are unhappy with a new app that automates simple legal actions.
Nov 11, 2018

Constitutional Ways to Curb 'Birth Tourism'
Enforce the ‘public charge' provision of immigration law, and be more cautious about granting visas.
Nov 11, 2018

The Danger of Rushing Into Peace
Gen. Pershing thought the World War I armistice was premature. He was right, and a bloodier war ensued.
Nov 11, 2018

Hillary Will Run Again
Reinventing herself as a liberal firebrand, Mrs. Clinton will easily capture the 2020 nomination.
Nov 09, 2018

A Broward County Senate Steal?
Florida's Democratic stronghold makes a mess of vote-counting.
Nov 09, 2018

Burying the Other Russia Story
Adam Schiff will shut down the probe that found FBI abuses.
Nov 09, 2018

An Unnecessary Culture War
The Little Sisters of the Poor finally get their religious exemption.
Nov 09, 2018

The Blue Wave Breaks Gently
An election conducted as a referendum on Trump ends up reinforcing the ranks of Trump loyalists.
Nov 09, 2018

The Eurozone's 19th Nervous Breakdown
Why Italy and Brussels are flirting with disaster rather than trimming debt and restoring growth.
Nov 09, 2018

This Building Is for Sale (but Not to a Charter School)
Education officials try to stem the school-choice movement by holding on to vacant properties.
Nov 09, 2018

The Great War Produced Some Great Poetry
A century later, verses written by soldiers and other witnesses to the destruction still haunt.
Nov 09, 2018

A Modest Memorial to a Fallen Policeman
A boat with the name of Detective Robert Parker patrols the Hudson River on a rainy afternoon.
Nov 08, 2018

Jeff Sessions's Exit Interview
The departing attorney general leaves as gracious as ever, and doesn't regret his controversial recusal.
Nov 08, 2018

Biggest Loser: Elizabeth Warren
Outside deep-blue districts, the election proves a wipeout for progressives.
Nov 08, 2018

Europeans Wish They Had a Midterm Election
America reopens more issues for debate, while the EU keeps casting votes about nothing.
Nov 08, 2018

America Could Use Some Deals
Trump suffered a loss but not a repudiation. The Democrats should think of themselves as his board.
Nov 08, 2018

What World War I Taught the Clergy
‘A terrified and angry pacifism,' C.S. Lewis wrote, ‘is one of the roads that lead to war.'
Nov 08, 2018

Pulling Back From the Online Brink
An old friend and I meet face-to-face after an internet duel.
Nov 08, 2018

The Russians And Saudis Look Guilty By Design
What seem like sloppy coverups are meant to send a message to dissidents.
Nov 08, 2018

A Green Ballot Trouncing
Voters reject a carbon tax, energy mandates and drilling restrictions.
Nov 08, 2018

Is Big Labor Anti-Worker?
Office workers say the AFL-CIO and SEIU treat them poorly.
Nov 08, 2018

The Democrats' Cash Tsunami
The party that runs against money in politics had a huge financial edge.
Nov 08, 2018

The Resistance Factory
House Judiciary's top Democrat reportedly lays out impeachment strategies; search for evidence may follow.
Nov 07, 2018

Both Parties Win---and Lose
Republicans and Democrats got some victories, but need to learn from mistakes.
Nov 07, 2018

The FDA Was Wise to Approve a New Opioid
The use of Dsuvia is limited, and wounded soldiers need it.
Nov 07, 2018

I Can't See Berkshire's Bottom Line
A new accounting rule makes it difficult for investors to make sense of annual reports.
Nov 07, 2018

A Big Night for Democrats, but Not Progressives
Moderates do well in states across the country while leftist candidates lose Georgia, Florida and Ohio.
Nov 07, 2018

A European Digital Retreat
Leaders abandon France's tax grab on U.S. tech firms and Ireland.
Nov 07, 2018

The Nancy Pelosi Method
She'll try to lure Trump into bad deals. Hope for two years of gridlock.
Nov 07, 2018

Trump's Minority Coalition
Unlike Nixon or Reagan, he hasn't expanded his 2016 support.
Nov 07, 2018

Jeff Sessions' Successor
Firing Robert Mueller would be a political mistake.
Nov 07, 2018

Trump 2.0 Begins
The president will have trouble reassembling his 2016 coalition unless he changes.
Nov 07, 2018

Trump, Kavanaugh and McCain Drive Election Results
Republicans suffered from health reform failure but an energized base clears the way for more conservative judges.
Nov 07, 2018

A Democratic House
It wasn't a blue wave but GOP losses will stymie the Trump Presidency.
Nov 06, 2018

San Francisco's Trump Water Strike
The city supervisors vote to ration H2O to spite the President.
Nov 06, 2018

Judges vs. Telepathists
Are the Supreme Court Justices all textualists now?
Nov 06, 2018

State AGs for Rent
Privately funded litigators wield state police power.
Nov 06, 2018

Trump Has Become a Republican
Two years of intense policy battles have pushed him into a close embrace with the party ‘establishment.'
Nov 06, 2018

After the Midterms, Party Strategies Are Set
Democrats should now know whether to take a hard line or appeal to the center in 2020.
Nov 06, 2018

Electric Cars and Media Explained
Donald Trump and Elon Musk wrongly cite ‘terrible, terrible people' in the press.
Nov 06, 2018

The Left Is Lukewarm on Elizabeth Warren
Her self-description as ‘capitalist to my bones' doesn't warm progressive hearts.
Nov 06, 2018

Conservatism and Populism Go Back Centuries
Since Burke took on the French Revolution, they've been united in distrust of liberalism's elites.

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