A recent NBC/Wall Street Journal poll found 53% of Americans agreed Congress should investigate contact between Russia and President Donald Trump's inner circle believed to have happened before the election. Only 25% of people who responded...Show More Summary
A new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll finds that 53% of Americans believe that Congress should investigate whether Donald Trump’s presidential campaign had contact with the Russian government in 2016, while only 25% say that lawmakers should not probe the [...]
Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, a senior White House adviser, had to talk President Donald Trump out of slamming an international agreement that seeks to reduce pollution and climate change, the Wall Street Journal exclusively reported Thursday. The couple convinced the president to...
Mid-way through 2016, the Wall Street Journal got its hands on an internal memo from J.P. Morgan Chase & Co, detailing how employees were no longer required to wear suits to work. In a stark break from tradition, the banking giant would be “allowing employees to wear business-casual attire on most occasions,” with a suit only required for […]
News coming out of New York Fashion Week is that Tiffany Trump is being as neglected by the fashionistas as she is by her father. At designer Philipp Plein's show on Monday, Wall Street Journal reported that the sad, forgotten First Daughter (forgotten by her dad) was fully Mean Girls-ed out. Show More Summary
Some of you might suspect (for some crazy reason probably having to do with your ignorance, racism and homophobia) that these pro-Obamacare "town hall" meetings simultaneously popping up all over the country are somehow being organized by paid agitators. That's...
Wall Street Journal, IRS Audits of Individuals Drop for Fifth Straight Year: U.S. tax audits of individuals declined for the fifth straight year in 2016 to reach the lowest level since 2003, showing the effects of budget cuts at the Internal Revenue Service. The IRS, which has lost 30% of...
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says President Obama held back the economy: Mr. Mnuchin, in his first interview since his confirmation last week as Treasury secretary, said slower economic...Show More Summary
The Washington Post grabs up The Wall Street Journal's Devlin Barrett, who said good-bye to the Journal yesterday after seven years there as a reporter covering law enforcement and national security. He'll have a similar beat at the Post, where he'll cover national security issues and institutions including the FBI and Homeland Security. Prior to...
The Office of Management and Budget is due to release tax and spending plans for the 2018 fiscal year soon. As reported recently by the Wall Street Journal, the plans are expected to be based on relatively optimistic growth forecasts of 3 to 3.5 percent per year, well above consensus estimates. Show More Summary
If you thought the accusations of anti-semitism, the consequential severed relationships with Disney and YouTube, and the self-admission of his amateur comedic ability was going to have a dramatic effect on the types of videos FelixShow More Summary
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin “laid out ambitious goals to secure a U.S. tax-code overhaul by August and to deliver economic growth at rates not seen in more than a decade,” the Wall Street Journal reports. “Mr. Mnuchin said the administration was [...]
The sea was angry that day. Let our morning train beach reads cheer you up: • “You Have to Stop” Renaissance Technologies Exec Tells Boss About Trump Support (Wall Street Journal) • Passive investing is winning despite the fog of war...Show More Summary
Furthering its mission to battle vehicular traffic, Google-owned navigation firm Waze is gearing up to expand its Carpool service to more cities across the US and Latin America, reports The Wall Street Journal. The company first began...Show More Summary
As Uber Technologies Inc. is beset by a sexual harassment scandal Google Inc.’s carpool service, Waze, is making hay. According to an article in The Wall Street Journal, Google is set to launch Waze in several U.S. cities and cities in Latin America in the coming months. Show More Summary
Wall Street Journal: “In California, supporters of the 2016 presidential contender packed the obscure party meetings that chose delegates to the state Democratic convention, with Sanders backers grabbing more than half the slots available.” “They swept to power in Washington [...]
Treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin said that the stronger US dollar is a good thing and signals investors' confidence in America, according to a new interview in the Wall Street Journal. Mnuchin, the former Goldman Sachs banker and hedge...Show More Summary
President Donald Trump is considering two former employees of controversial mortgage lender OneWest to his administration, according to reports from the Wall Street Journal and CNBC. OneWest, which was purchased under the name IndyMac...Show More Summary
A federal judge has approved plans to sell the Park Lane Hotel, according to The Wall Street Journal. Last year developer Steve Witkoff and the U.S. Department of Justice agreed to sell the 46-story... To view the full story, click the title link.
The Wall Street Journal reports that automakers are asking the EPA to repeal automobile fuel economy standards, known as Corporate Average Fleet Economy (CAFE) standards, which are set to rise to 56 miles per gallon by 2025. Repealing...Show More Summary