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Patti, Bill and Marty

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This week in The Wall Street Journal, I interviewed two of the original Hollies—lead singer-guitarist Allan Clarke and drummer Bobby Elliott—and lyricist Roger Cook (go here). This time around, the song I explored was Long Cool Woman (in a Black...        

Charlottesville violence prompts ACLU to change policy on hate groups protesting with guns

After the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, turned deadly, ACLU executive director Anthony Romero told The Wall Street Journal that the group will review legal requests from white supremacist groups on a case-by-case basis, assessing more closely whether their protests would have the potential to be violent. Show More Summary

Why more workers and retirees are paying income tax penalties

More people who must pay federal income taxes each quarter are also paying tax penalties, according to the Wall Street Journal. Why more taxpayers are incurring penalties The interest rate the IRS charged on underpaid taxes from 2010 to 2015 was only 3 percent, the lowest in decades. Show More Summary

Save Time With 7 iPhone Shortcuts

Close apps faster, scroll faster, even charge your phone faster with these tricks from The Wall Street Journal’s Joanna Stern.

Goldman Sachs may have lost $100 million on an energy bet gone wrong (GS)

A sour bet on the direction of natural gas prices contributed to Goldman Sachs' weak performance in commodities trading during the second quarter. According to The Wall Street Journal, the bank had wrongly bet on an increase in gas prices...Show More Summary

Ex-Venezuela parliament head loses bid to sue Dow Jones for libel

A U.S. judge has dismissed a lawsuit by the former head of Venezuela's National Assembly accusing The Wall Street Journal of libeling him in an article that identified him as the target of a U.S. drug trafficking investigation. U.S.Show More Summary

ACLU rethinks defending hate groups protesting with guns: WSJ

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The American Civil Liberties Union will no longer defend hate groups seeking to march with firearms, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday, a policy change that comes on the heels of protests by white nationalists and counter-protesters over the weekend in Virginia. The newspaper quoted the...

Wall Street Journal's 'Coal Makes a Comeback' is real fake journalism

On Wednesday, the Wall Street Journal’s editorial board lauded Trump for making coal barons dreams come true. Not long ago liberals hailed the demise of coal as inevitable while the Obama Administration strangled the industry with regulation. Show More Summary

Trump set to end Obama’s rule requiring employers to pay for abortion: report

The President will issue an executive order to reverse the Obamacare rules for contraception coverage, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Donald Trump is About to Gut Obamacare’s Free Birth Control

The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday that federal health officials are set to finalize a new rule weakening Obamacare’s mandate that employers provide free contraception in insurance plans. The new rule will allow employers with religious or moral objections to ditch birth control coverage in employee insurance plans.  Two sources familiar with the imminent rule told […]

Facebook reportedly axes internal ‘conservative-leaning’ chatroom which turned racist, sexist

Facebook was walking on incredibly thin ice late last year after allegations that the company's poor efforts to police fake news stories helped influence the US presidential election. Now, a report from the Wall Street Journal suggests...Show More Summary

Residential brokers inflate square footage of townhouse listings

Residential brokers have been inflating the square footage of townhouse listings by including basement spaces and even unbuilt areas that a buyer could theoretically add, the Wall Street Journal... To view the full story, click the title link.

Charlottesville: The Hippie-Blaming Begins

The message in the first half of this Wall Street Journal editorial is: We are condemning the neo-Nazi right, and only the neo-Nazi right, for the violence in Charlottesville on Saturday: The particular pathology on display in Virginia was the white nationalist movement led today by the likes of Richard Spencer, David Duke and Brad Griffin. Show More Summary

The IRS Scandal, Day 1561: Why Hasn't Trump Drained The IRS/DOJ Swamp?

Wall Street Journal: Trump’s IRS Swamp: Obama-era Lawyers Are Still Obstructing Lawsuits to Hold the Agency Accountable: Donald Trump promised to drain the swamp, and here’s a seven-month progress report: The Washington bog is still as wide and fetid as ever. Consider that Mr. Trump’s Justice Department has inexplicably continued...

Meltdown day

The Wall Street Journal reports: Mr. Trump tweeted Wednesday that he was ending the White House council on manufacturing and the Strategic and Policy Forum. One of the councils had planned to disband after a conference call of its executives on Wednesday morning, a person familiar with the matter said. Mr. Trump’s tweet came after […]

Whoa! Apple Set to Spend Serious Money on Original Programming

Apple appears to be poised to become a major player in Hollywood, with a budget reported at about $1 billion for original TV and film content over the next year. The Wall Street Journal broke the story today, citing anonymous...

WSJ: ‘Apple Readies $1 Billion War Chest for Hollywood Programming’

Tripp Mickle, reporting for The Wall Street Journal (alternate link that should route around the Journal’s paywall): Apple Inc. has set a budget of roughly $1 billion to procure and produce original content over the next year, according...Show More Summary

Editorials from around New York

Recent editorials of statewide and national interest from New York's newspapers: The Wall Street Journal on the German economic system Aug. 15 Angela Merkel is a rare leader on the … Click to Continue »

The American man who used eBay to get money from ISIS has pleaded guilty

An American man who used eBay and PayPal to receive payments from ISIS for a potential terror attack has pleaded guilty to terrorism offenses, The Wall Street Journal reports. Mohamed Elshinawy, 32, pleaded guilty to three counts inShow More Summary

Investors aren’t the only ones burned by misleading drug company news releases

The Wall Street Journal this week explained Why Early Peeks at Drug Trials Are Giving Investors Whiplash. It’s a thoughtful look at the impact of pharmaceutical company news releases on market psychology and investors. Here’s how they framed the issue: To comply with securities requirements of timely disclosure of material information, companies often issue brief […]

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