The latest Wall Street Journal poll shows Donald Trump still leading the huge crowd of contenders for the…
Chris Matthews finishes up the show by taking a look at some key numbers from the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.
Hillary Clinton's favorability numbers have dropped once again in the newest poll from NBC and The Wall Street Journal.
A majority of Republicans support some sort of legal status for people in the U.S. illegally, amid heavy campaigning against illegal immigration by many GOP presidential candidates, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll finds.
The Wall Street Journal today discusses how the growth in federal subsidies for college has contributed to the growth in college costs for students. Cato scholars have been arguing for years that rising grants and loans are not so much...Show More Summary
Gabriel Sherman: “According to the source, candidates will be chosen from the following polls: Monmouth University (released today), NBC News/Wall Street Journal (August 2), Quinnipiac University (July 30), Bloomberg, CBS/New York Times, and Fox News (all releasing tomorrow). If a [...]
This is according to the Wall Street Journal as of 9:59 PM BST, which I think was just before 4 PM this afternoon in the eastern US, just over an hour ago. Brent is the main international price, which has been several dollars above the...Show More Summary
According to The Wall Street Journal, a New York billionaire is leading GOP candidates for his party's nomination. Should we take this poll seriously? Or, should we as a nation view a real estate tycoon known for xenophobic and nativist...Show More Summary
From the Wall Street Journal: Malaysia’s anticorruption agency said Monday that 2.6 billion ringgit (about $700 million) was deposited into Prime Minister Najib Razak’s personal account and that the money was from a “donor contribution,”...Show More Summary
Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh likes hanging out with the Supreme Court. Harbaugh characterizes Justice Thomas as very enthusiastic. Seriously. This guy thinks someone else is enthusiastic. [Wall Street Journal Law Blog] Darren Wilson isn't racist, everybody. Show More Summary
The Wall Street Journal’s Daily Report on Global Central Banks for Monday, Aug. 3, 2015. Jon Hilsenrath writes that the Fed may proceed with a raise in short-term interest rates even if wage growth isn't accelerating.
Wall Street Journal Law Blog, New Law School Courses Explore Nietzsche, Guns and Bible: The law school curricula is always evolving. There will always be courses on torts, property, civil procedure and other core subjects. But other offerings reflect the passions and problems of the day. Law Blog takes a...
Richard Boxer has a very common sense piece in today’s Wall Street Journal that reminds us of just how criminally, stupidly, bureaucratic and wasteful our medical care system is in America. He relates the story of a truck driver who was experiencing symptoms of a heart attack while behind the wheel. Show More Summary
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The Wall Street Journal The so-called sharing economy has been a bright spot amid America’s growth malaise, with ride-sharing app Uber announcing last week that its latest financing round values the company at a cool $50 billion. But...Show More Summary
[guest post by Dana] Here are the results of the NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll of the Republican candidates as of July 30: Trump is the first choice of 19 percent of GOP primary voters, while 15 percent back Walker and 14 percent back Bush. Ten percent support retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson. All other Republican […]
Republican presidential primary polls have not been looking good lately for Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Florida). A new Wall Street Journal/NBC poll out on Sunday showed real-estate mogul Donald Trump taking the lead among Republican primary voters, followed closely by Wisconsin Gov. Show More Summary
“The first major Republican presidential candidate debate Thursday is, for now at least, as much about who won’t be included in the prime-time event as the performance of those who will,” the Wall Street Journal reports. “Several potential second-tier candidates [...]
Google+ (Google Plus) is used by millions of people to stay connected. However, it’s not used by enough people to make it a viable community for Google to continue to be investing in. The Wall Street Journal writes that Google is backing...Show More Summary
Donald Trump has rocketed to the top of another major poll. A new Wall Street Journal/NBC poll released on Sunday showed the real-estate mogul jumping to the front of the pack with 19% of the Republican primary vote. He snatched the top spot away from former Florida Gov. Show More Summary