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Opinion | The ‘Liberal Leaning’ Media Has Passed Its Tipping Point

Opinion | The ‘Liberal Leaning’ Media Has Passed Its Tipping Point

Skip to Main ContentSkip to SearchByAbout 35 years ago I was sitting at lunch next to Jeane Kirkpatrick, a onetime Democrat who became a foreign-policy adviser to President Reagan and later U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. She was lamenting what she called the “liberal leaning” media. As the president of CBS News, I assured her it was only a “liberal tilt” and could be corrected. “You don’t understand,“ she scolded. “It’s too late.” Kirkpatrick...Sponsored Offers

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Not Even a Pandemic Can Slow Down the Biggest Tech Giants

Not Even a Pandemic Can Slow Down the Biggest Tech Giants

Skip to Main ContentSkip to Searchhttps://www.wsj.com/articles/not-even-a-pandemic-can-slow-down-the-biggest-tech-giants-11590206412ByHere’s a stark example of how the global coronavirus pandemic affects America’s tech giants, versus how it affects pretty much everyone else. On May 12, Alphabet Inc. subsidiary Waymo announced it had scored an additional $750 million to make self-driving cars a commercial reality, bringing its total external fundraising to $3 billion inside two months. Then, on the 18th, The Wall Street Journal reported that Uber Technologies Inc. is cutting $1 billion in...

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Opinion | Minnesota Not Nice

Opinion | Minnesota Not Nice

ByThank goodness Covid-19 isn’t as deadly as many media pundits feared. Given the incomprehensible policy blunders of Minnesota’s state government, its health system might have been completely overwhelmed by now. The sad news from the Land of 10,000 Lakes (and nearly 50,000 state employees) is that Minnesota has been implementing the disastrous Covid-19 strategy made famous by New York’s Gov. Andrew Cuomo. The essence of the plan is to forcefully reduce the income of people at low risk, while simultaneously increasing the chances...Thank goodness Covid-19 isn’t as deadly as many media...

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Trump Says Places of Worship Are Essential Services

Trump Says Places of Worship Are Essential Services

Skip to Main ContentSkip to SearchByandWASHINGTON—President Trump called on governors to reopen the nation’s places of worship as essential services Friday, pointing to new safety guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and declaring that he would “override” any state leaders who don’t agree. The president said some governors have deemed abortion clinics and liquor stores as essential but hadn’t put churches and other places of worship in that category. Mr. Trump, who since the coronavirus crisis began has asserted that he has authority...Sponsored Offers

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Opinion | A Vote-by-Mail Nightmare

Opinion | A Vote-by-Mail Nightmare

Skip to Main ContentSkip to SearchByRoughly 100 million Americans voted in the flesh during the 2016 elections, mingling at 117,000 polling places with 918,000 staff, many of whom were seniors. Given how fast Covid-19 has spread without this kind of national mixer, it’s easy to see why an epidemiologist might dread November. California Governor Gavin Newsom signed an order this month ensuring that every registered voter in his state will receive a mail-in ballot this fall. Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson said Tuesday that every voter there will be...Sponsored Offers

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Opinion | Biden Will Answer for FBI Abuse

Opinion | Biden Will Answer for FBI Abuse

Skip to Main ContentSkip to SearchByFor millions of Americans frustrated that no Obama-era leaders have been held to account for the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s rogue 2016 actions, Attorney General William Barr this week offered an important reminder. Former Vice President Joe Biden, at least, will face judgment in November. Mr. Barr felt compelled to address the Biden question after last week’s news that the putative Democratic nominee was among those who “unmasked” incoming Trump national security adviser Mike Flynn. Mr. Biden was also present at a Jan....Sponsored Offers

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Opinion | Minnesota Not Nice

Opinion | Minnesota Not Nice

Skip to Main ContentSkip to SearchByThank goodness Covid-19 isn’t as deadly as many media pundits feared. Given the incomprehensible policy blunders of Minnesota’s state government, its health system might have been completely overwhelmed by now. The sad news from the Land of 10,000 Lakes (and nearly 50,000 state employees) is that Minnesota has been implementing the disastrous Covid-19 strategy made famous by New York’s Gov. Andrew Cuomo. The essence of the plan is to forcefully reduce the income of people at low risk, while simultaneously increasing the chances...Sponsored Offers

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The Day Coronavirus Nearly Broke the Financial Markets

The Day Coronavirus Nearly Broke the Financial Markets

Skip to Main ContentSkip to Searchhttps://www.wsj.com/articles/the-day-coronavirus-nearly-broke-the-financial-markets-11589982288ByAn urgent call reached Ronald O’Hanley, State Street Corp.’s chief executive, as he sat in his office in downtown Boston. It was 8 a.m. on Monday, March 16. A senior deputy told him corporate treasurers and pension managers, panicked by the growing economic damage from the Covid-19 pandemic, were pulling billions of dollars from certain money-market funds. This was forcing the funds to try to sell some of the bonds they held. But...

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Opinion | The Evidence on Kids and Covid

Opinion | The Evidence on Kids and Covid

Skip to Main ContentSkip to SearchByHorrific stories are emerging of children developing rashes, cardiac abnormalities and other inflammatory symptoms that are linked to the novel coronavirus. Parents and public health officials are understandably worried, but some perspective is in order given the virus’s apparent overall low risk to children. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported last week that 15 children under age 15 in the U.S. have died of Covid-19 since February compared to about 200 who died of the flu and pneumonia. Children represent...Sponsored Offers

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Opinion | Elon Musk’s ‘Final Straw’

Opinion | Elon Musk’s ‘Final Straw’

Skip to Main ContentSkip to SearchByThe easiest way to comprehend Nancy Pelosi’s mind-numbing $3 trillion coronavirus legislation is to draw a straight line between Elon Musk raging inside his Tesla factory in California to the House Democratic caucus in Washington. Informed by Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom’s authorities that his factory in Fremont had to remain in lockdown, Mr. Musk tweeted: “Frankly, this is the final straw. Tesla will now move its HQ and future programs to Texas/Nevada immediately.” ...Sponsored Offers

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Millions of Americans Skip Credit-Card and Car Payments

Millions of Americans Skip Credit-Card and Car Payments

Skip to Main ContentSkip to SearchByMillions of people are behind on their credit-card and auto-loan payments, the latest sign of the coronavirus pandemic’s financial devastation. Lenders in April had nearly 15 million credit cards in “financial hardship” programs, such as deferral programs that let borrowers temporarily stop making payments, according to estimates by credit-reporting firm TransUnion. That accounts for about 3% of the credit-card accounts the company tracks, TransUnion said Wednesday....Sponsored Offers

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Opinion | In California, the Dream of Racial Preferences Never Dies

Opinion | In California, the Dream of Racial Preferences Never Dies

Skip to Main ContentSkip to SearchByPolitical conservatives are often accused of wanting to “turn back the clock,” but in California it is progressives who are leading an effort to return to the bad old days of state-sanctioned racial discrimination. In 1996 voters passed Proposition 209, a ballot initiative that prohibited the consideration of race and gender in public education, employment and contracting. It was the ban on race-based admissions at the University of California system that ruffled the most feathers on the left. Opponents predicted that, without...Sponsored Offers

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WSJ News Exclusive | Spotify Strikes Podcast Deal With Joe Rogan Worth More Than $100 Million

WSJ News Exclusive | Spotify Strikes Podcast Deal With Joe Rogan Worth More Than $100 Million

Skip to Main ContentSkip to SearchByJoe Rogan is taking his podcast exclusively to Spotify Technology SA in a licensing deal worth more than $100 million, according to a person familiar with the matter. The licensing agreement is one the largest such deals in the rapidly growing podcast business. The comedian, television host and mixed martial arts commentator has become one...Sponsored Offers

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China’s ‘Wolf Warrior’ Diplomats Are Ready to Fight

China’s ‘Wolf Warrior’ Diplomats Are Ready to Fight

Skip to Main ContentSkip to Searchhttps://www.wsj.com/articles/chinas-wolf-warrior-diplomats-are-ready-to-fight-11589896722ByandBeijing’s envoy in Paris promised a fight with France should China’s interests be threatened, then engaged in a public spat with his host country over the coronavirus pandemic. The Chinese Embassy in Sri Lanka boasted of China’s handling of the pandemic to an activist on Twitter who had fewer than 30 followers. Beijing canceled a nationwide tour by the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra after a tussle with the city’s mayor over Taiwan. As China asserts itself globally,...

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BTS, ‘Parasite’ and Now Baseball: South Korean Pop Culture Is Having a Moment

BTS, ‘Parasite’ and Now Baseball: South Korean Pop Culture Is Having a Moment

Skip to Main ContentSkip to SearchByNot long ago, Americans’ knowledge of South Korean products didn’t go much beyond Samsung Galaxies and Hyundai Elantras. That is no longer the case. Less than a decade after “Gangnam Style” nearly broke YouTube, the wildly popular boy band BTS was scheduled to tour some of the U.S.’s largest football stadiums before the coronavirus pandemic intervened. In February, “Parasite” from South Korean director Bong Joon-ho became the first foreign language film to win Best Picture at the Academy Awards....Sponsored Offers

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Opinion | Why Does Reopening Polarize Us?

Opinion | Why Does Reopening Polarize Us?

Skip to Main ContentSkip to SearchByThe debate over reopening the economy has a peculiar characteristic: It breaks down almost entirely along political lines. Liberals emphasize the dangers of an open society, shaming those who want to go back to work. Conservatives argue the opposite. Red states are steadily reopening, while most blue states lag. House Democrats believe it isn’t safe for lawmakers to go back to work, while the Republican-controlled Senate is back in session. It isn’t obvious that such a debate should be partisan, yet it is. Why? One popular...Sponsored Offers

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May 18
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Opinion | Let Children Go to Summer School

Opinion | Let Children Go to Summer School

Skip to Main ContentSkip to SearchByAs Americans begin to poke their heads out of their homes and behold the destruction around them, it’s time for some bold decisions. Start by getting children back to school. Studies from around the world have confirmed that Covid-19 in children is a well-tolerated infection. In one large survey of coronavirus patients, only 1.7% were under 18. Nearly 70% of those were asymptomatic. Between 5.7% to 20% of those infected required hospitalization and no deaths were reported....Sponsored Offers

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TikTok Taps Disney Executive Kevin Mayer as New CEO

TikTok Taps Disney Executive Kevin Mayer as New CEO

Skip to Main ContentSkip to SearchByandKevin Mayer, who was passed over for the top job at Walt Disney Co., is becoming chief executive of TikTok, in a jump from one of the entertainment industry’s most venerable names to one of its buzziest new arrivals. The longtime media executive, recently in charge of the Disney+ streaming service, is joining Chinese tech giant Bytedance Ltd. in newly created roles as chief operating officer and head of its blockbuster short video app TikTok. He will be in charge of Bytedance’s global expansion, including in its music and...Sponsored Offers

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May 18
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Why Coronavirus Increasingly Exacerbates the Red-Blue Divide

Why Coronavirus Increasingly Exacerbates the Red-Blue Divide

Skip to Main ContentSkip to SearchByThe coronavirus crisis once seemed to be the kind of gut-wrenching shock that would pull together a politically divided nation. Increasingly, though, it is pulling the nation apart along familiar lines. To see why, start by looking at how the pandemic’s effects are falling along partisan lines, leaving people on both sides of the red/blue divide now feeling they are bearing unfair burdens. Political...Sponsored Offers

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May 18
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Opinion | Team Obama’s Unmasking Dodge

Opinion | Team Obama’s Unmasking Dodge

Skip to Main ContentSkip to SearchByThe media are mostly ignoring the news that 39 Obama officials sought to read the transcripts of Michael Flynn’s conversations with foreigners, but here and there they’ve asked a question. The unpersuasive answers suggest there’s more to learn. Take Joe Biden, who “unmasked” Mr. Flynn only a few days before leaving office as Vice President. Last week Mr. Biden told ABC that he knew “nothing about those moves to investigate Michael Flynn.” George Stephanopoulos reminded Mr. Biden that he attended a Jan. 5, 2017 Oval Office...Sponsored Offers

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TSA Preparing to Check Passenger Temperatures at Airports Amid Coronavirus Concerns

TSA Preparing to Check Passenger Temperatures at Airports Amid Coronavirus Concerns

Skip to Main ContentSkip to SearchByandU.S. officials are preparing to begin checking passengers’ temperatures at roughly a dozen airports as soon as next week, as the coronavirus pandemic has heightened travel anxieties, according to people familiar with the matter. Details of the plan are under review by the White House and are subject to change, the people said. It couldn’t be determined which airports will initially have the new scanning procedures. A senior Trump administration official said the initial rollout is expected to cost less than $20 million, and...Sponsored Offers

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May 15
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Orlando Is Reopening. Persuading Tourists to Come Back Is Harder.

Orlando Is Reopening. Persuading Tourists to Come Back Is Harder.

Skip to Main ContentSkip to Searchhttps://www.wsj.com/articles/orlando-is-reopening-persuading-tourists-to-come-back-is-harder-11589535001ByandORLANDO, Fla.—Florida has begun reopening for business, but this tourist mecca faces a grinding road to recovery. The coronavirus pandemic has pummeled the economy of the Orlando metro area, where legions of theme-park attendants, waiters, maids and bellhops rely on the 75 million visitors a year who produce $75 billion in revenue. The tourists are gone, and the prospect of their return uncertain. Simone...

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Opinion | The Lockdown Skeptic They Couldn’t Silence

Opinion | The Lockdown Skeptic They Couldn’t Silence

Skip to Main ContentSkip to SearchByDoes a pandemic demand the strong medicine of censorship? Social-media companies seem to think so. They’re taking steps to control speech in the name of combating the spread of medical misinformation. Facebook employs “fact checkers” to review posts, makes those that don’t pass their test harder to find, and directs users to purportedly reliable sources like the World Health Organization. YouTube has taken down videos it deems inconsistent with science. Twitter plans to add warning labels to tweets that don’t pass muster with “subject-matter experts, such...

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China’s Coronavirus Response Faces New Critics: Chinese Stuck Abroad

China’s Coronavirus Response Faces New Critics: Chinese Stuck Abroad

Skip to Main ContentSkip to SearchByChina’s ruling Communist Party faces a new chorus of criticism from abroad over its handling of the coronavirus pandemic. This time, it comes from a source that is hard to brush aside: angry Chinese citizens stuck overseas. A drastic reduction in flights to China has left Chinese passport holders around the world either trapped without a way home, or fighting with stranded compatriots over a limited number of tickets. Desperate...Sponsored Offers

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Opinion | Scenes From the Class Struggle in Lockdown

Opinion | Scenes From the Class Struggle in Lockdown

Skip to Main ContentSkip to SearchByI think there’s a growing sense that we have to find a way to live with this thing, manage it the best we can, and muddle through. Covid-19 is not going away anytime soon. Summer may give us a break, late fall probably not. Vaccines are likely far off, new therapies and treatments might help a lot, but keeping things closed up tight until there are enough tests isn’t a viable plan. There will never be enough tests, it was botched from the beginning, if we ever catch up it will probably be at the point tests are no longer urgently needed....

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