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Obama Secures Votes Needed for Iran Deal

President Obama “locked in enough support in Congress Wednesday to ensure he can overcome bipartisan opposition and implement a landmark nuclear accord with Iran,” the Wall Street Journal reports. “More than a month after global diplomats struck an agreement limiting [...]

Hollywood studios begin suing Popcorn Time users

Popcorn Time may have won an army of fans with its "Netflix for Torrenting" service, but its rapid rise in popularity has also caught the attention of Hollywood and its legal teams. The Wall Street Journal reports that the studio behind...Show More Summary

Capital Journal Daybreak: Jeb Bush Takes the Gloves Off, More

The Capital Journal Daybreak newsletter is The Wall Street Journal's morning rundown of the biggest news stories and exclusive features from Washington on politics, policy, financial regulation, defense and more.

WALL STREET JOURNAL: The Off-Grid Administration: The Many Ways Obama Officials Have Ducked Public…

WALL STREET JOURNAL: The Off-Grid Administration: The Many Ways Obama Officials Have Ducked Public Accountability. Since the 1960s the government has been subject to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), giving citizens the right to view those records. In 2009 the National Archives issued rules requiring agencies to preserve employee work on nonofficial accounts in […]

The IRS Scandal, Day 846

Wall Street Journal editorial, The Off-Grid Administration: The Many Ways Obama Officials Have Ducked Public Accountability: In a famous remark two years ago during a Google Plus Hangout, President Obama boasted that “this is the most transparent administration in history.” This is belied by Administration officials, from Hillary Clinton on...

Wall Street Journal Scores Very Limited Win In Fight With DOJ Over Sealed Surveillance Documents

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The Wall Street Journal has obtained a nominal "win" in a Stingray-related legal action aimed at unsealing electronic surveillance orders, but the decision reads more like a loss. Jennifer Valentino-Devries reports: In the order, made after a series of legal motions brought by the Journal’s publisher, Dow Jones & Co., U.S. Show More Summary

McDonald’s Changing Menus in a Big Way

The tests apparently went well. In what the Wall Street Journal calls the company's "biggest operational change in years," McDonald's will begin serving all-day breakfast starting October 6. Franchisees voted in favor of the move, which will require not just overhauled menus but overhauled logistics—the same restaurant equipment is...

Is It 1968 Again? Crime Rising “Unexpectedly”

(Steven Hayward) The Wall Street Journal’s political correspondent Gerald Seib writes today that this presidential campaign cycle resembles 1968, with Trump filling the George Wallace role and Bernie Sanders the Gene McCarthy role. Maybe,...Show More Summary

No Follow-up Novel To Harper Lee’s ‘Go Set A Watchman’

There will be no third Harper Lee novel on bookstore shelves. In early August, the Wall Street Journal reported that Harper Lee’s attorney, Tonja Carter, hinted that an unpublished manuscript had been found in Lee’s security deposit box. Show More Summary

EU Set to Extend Anti-Rusian Sanctions Until March 2016

The European Union is likely to extend sanctions targeting some 190 officials and firms from Russia and self-proclaimed people's republics in eastern Ukraine until March 2016, the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday citing diplomatic sources.

A.M. Funds Roundup: Keep A Close Eye On Currency-Hedged ETFs In Emerging Markets

Links to the best reading in funds investing: Bank of New York Mellon (BK) is a finished with its backlog for fund pricing — Kirsten Grind and Telis Demos, The Wall Street Journal Currency-hedged exchange-traded funds require a rubric wholly apart from developed markets like Japan – Rachel Evans, Bloomberg Clifford Asness’s AQR Managed Futures Strategy […]

Capital Journal Daybreak: More Clinton Emails Released, More

The Capital Journal Daybreak newsletter is The Wall Street Journal's morning rundown of the biggest news stories and exclusive features from Washington on politics, policy, financial regulation, defense and more.

A computer’s place is in the kitchen

A Wall Street Journal exclusive last week revealed that “dozens” of Amazon engineers who worked on the failed Fire Phone at the company’s Silicon Valley-based Lab126 were (true to the branding) fired.It was a great scoop but the Journal buried the lead. The 20th paragraph dropped this incredible fact: Source: A computer’s place is in […]

Are We Headed for a Major Political Re-Alignment?

Wall Street Journal: “On this all can agree: Strange happenings are afoot in the 2016 presidential cycle, the kind that leave experts scratching their heads. Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders, talk of a third-party run—we’ve never seen anything quite like it, [...]

Former Apple sapphire supplier GT Advanced to cut 40% of workforce as restructuring continues

Nearly a year ago, Apple’s sapphire supplier GT Advanced Tech announced that it was filing for bankruptcy under Chapter 11, with the company parting ways with Apple as part of the restructuring. Today, The Wall Street Journal reports that GT Advanced Tech will be reducing its workforce by another 40 percent in an effort to […]

Liz Cheney Knows Real U.S. American Patriots Love Old Dick

View More: Politics News | Live News | More News Videos   If you loved last year’s op-ed in the Wall Street Journal, by Dick Cheney and his evil spawn Liz, about why OBAMA SUX, you’ll be quite aroused in your privates to know that have written a whole entire book about why OBAMA SUX. Show More Summary

Columnist: Consumer Reports ‘Prostituted’ Itself With Tesla Review

Wall Street Journal columnist Holman W. Jenkins (great name) slammed Consumer Reports for its glowing review and better-than-perfect score for the Tesla Model S P85D, in part, because the $127,000 car still qualifies for a government tax break. Show More Summary

Robert Kagan Thinks America's Problem Is Too Little War

Over the weekend Robert Kagan wrote an essay in the Wall Street Journal titled "America's Dangerous Aversion to Conflict." That seemed....wrong, somehow, so I read it. Mostly it turned out to be a tedious history lesson about the run-up...Show More Summary

Uber Hires Hackers: Uber Researching Self-Driving Cars By Hiring Their Own Hackers To Test Things Out

Uber hires hackers in order for them to conduct well-rounded research on their self-driving cars. According to the Wall Street Journal, Uber Technologies Inc. hired security researchers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek who will work in the company’s Pittsburgh lab. Show More Summary

Capital Journal Daybreak: Fed Appears to Hold Line on Rate Plan, More

The Capital Journal Daybreak newsletter is The Wall Street Journal's morning rundown of the biggest news stories and exclusive features from Washington on politics, policy, financial regulation, defense and more.

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