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Florida Gov. Scott Signs Gun-Control, School-Safety Bill

Florida Gov. Scott Signs Gun-Control, School-Safety Bill

Florida Gov. Rick Scott signs a gun-control and school-safety bill.

Published 3 months ago

Martin Shkreli Sentenced to Seven Years in Prison

Martin Shkreli Sentenced to Seven Years in Prison

Martin Shkreli, the former pharmaceutical executive widely known for hiking the price on lifesaving drugs, was convicted on federal securities-fraud charges.

Published 3 months ago

Amazon, Google, Others Are Developing Private Air-Traffic Control for Drones

Amazon, Google, Others Are Developing Private Air-Traffic Control for Drones

Amazon.com Inc., Alphabet Inc.’s Google, General Electric Co. and Boeing Co. are developing a private air-traffic control system to track drones and prevent midair collisions.

Published 3 months ago

Brokers to Investors: Your Cash Ain’t Nothin’ But Trash

Brokers to Investors: Your Cash Ain’t Nothin’ But Trash

Rising interest rates aren't showing up in investors' brokerage accounts.

Published 3 months ago

Elton John, the Oscars and why the opioid crisis needs a celebrity advocate

Elton John, the Oscars and why the opioid crisis needs a celebrity advocate

‘Only three decades ago, the word Aids inspired so much terror that when people contracted the disease, they tended to hide it’

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The Flaw in Trump’s National Security Tariffs Logic

The Flaw in Trump’s National Security Tariffs Logic

The administration says tariffs on aluminum imports are needed to safeguard the domestic industry for national security purposes. But making aluminum requires bauxite—and the U.S. imports all of its bauxite. That exposes a flaw in the national security argument that indicates it isn’t what’s really at work, Greg Ip writes.

Published 3 months ago

Morocco’s Unfortunate #MeToo Moment

Morocco’s Unfortunate #MeToo Moment

A scandal shows what happens when the ‘Weinstein’ effect meets Islamists and other forces in a traditional Arab Muslim society

Published 3 months ago

Trump tariffs stir voters in US steel country

Trump tariffs stir voters in US steel country

President takes tougher trade stance only days before Pennsylvania special election

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Lloyd Blankfein Prepares to Exit Goldman Sachs as Soon as Year’s End

Lloyd Blankfein Prepares to Exit Goldman Sachs as Soon as Year’s End

Lloyd Blankfein is preparing to step down as Goldman Sachs’s chief executive as soon as the end of the year, capping a more-than 12-year run that would make him one of the longest-serving bosses on Wall Street.

Published 3 months ago

Lloyd Blankfein Prepares to Exit Goldman Sachs as Soon as Year’s End

Lloyd Blankfein Prepares to Exit Goldman Sachs as Soon as Year’s End

Lloyd Blankfein is preparing to step down as Goldman Sachs’s chief executive as soon as the end of the year, capping a more-than 12-year run that would make him one of the longest-serving bosses on Wall Street.

Published 3 months ago

Inside Trump’s Trade War: How the Protectionists Beat the Free Traders

Inside Trump’s Trade War: How the Protectionists Beat the Free Traders

From the administration’s early days, free-trade-advocate Gary Cohn battled tariff proponent Peter Navarro to sway the president against his long-stated intention to impose sanctions. He lost, setting up a break with longstanding U.S. policy and an international rush to mitigate the impact.

Published 3 months ago

U.S. Employers Added 313,000 Jobs in February

U.S. Employers Added 313,000 Jobs in February

U.S. employers hired workers at the strongest pace in a year and a half in February, adding a better-than-expected 313,000 jobs. The unemployment rate held at a 17-year low of 4.1% as more Americans entered the labor force.

Published 3 months ago

North Korea’s Kim Jong Un Was Jocular and at Ease at Boozy Banquet

North Korea’s Kim Jong Un Was Jocular and at Ease at Boozy Banquet

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was relaxed and joked with senior South Korean officials about his recent missile tests over a boozy dinner in Pyongyang this week, Seoul said, describing a self-assured Mr. Kim ahead of talks with President Donald Trump.

Published 3 months ago

Why Even Control Freaks Are Opting for ‘Surprise Vacations’

Why Even Control Freaks Are Opting for ‘Surprise Vacations’

The latest in travel? The ‘surprise trip,’ where you don’t know where you’re going until just before takeoff—and someone else handles all the worrying logistics.

Published 3 months ago