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On the Ballot in Some States: Expand or Limit Access to the Polls?

On the Ballot in Some States: Expand or Limit Access to the Polls?

Voters will get the chance this fall to decide whether to expand or limit access to the polls in a wave of ballot initiatives ahead of the 2020 presidential election.

Published 2 months ago

The Dangerous Decision Air Passengers Keep Making

The Dangerous Decision Air Passengers Keep Making

Fliers too often insist on taking their luggage with them when heading for the emergency exits, a choice that could be fatal.

Published 2 months ago

Adding Up the Cost of Climate Change in Lost Lives

Adding Up the Cost of Climate Change in Lost Lives

An exhaustive new study focusing only on heat-related damage predicts that by 2099, even with economic growth and adaptation, 1.5 million more people world-wide will die each year because of increased temperatures.

Published 2 months ago

Trump Presses Sessions to End Federal Probe on Russian Election Interference

Trump Presses Sessions to End Federal Probe on Russian Election Interference

President Trump on Wednesday urged Attorney General Sessions to end the federal probe into Russia’s election interference “right now.”

Published 2 months ago

U.S. Defense Bill Seeks to Counter China

U.S. Defense Bill Seeks to Counter China

Congress is preparing to enact a defense-policy bill that lawmakers say is tougher on China than any in recent decades, as a bipartisan movement to confront Beijing gathers steam.

Published 2 months ago

Supreme Court Pick Has Often Favored Employers in Labor Cases

Supreme Court Pick Has Often Favored Employers in Labor Cases

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh thought SeaWorld shouldn’t be sanctioned for the grisly death of a trainer and an employer shouldn’t have to bargain with a union that included undocumented immigrants.

Published 2 months ago

America’s Long Love Affair With Beer Is on the Rocks

America’s Long Love Affair With Beer Is on the Rocks

U.S. drinkers, for the first time, are more likely to choose a glass of wine or a cocktail than a beer, a moment that is pushing the brewing industry towards a crisis. “If this is not a wake-up call that we have to do something, I don’t know what is,” says one beer executive.

Published 2 months ago

On the Ballot in Some States: Expand or Limit Access to the Polls?

On the Ballot in Some States: Expand or Limit Access to the Polls?

Voters will get the chance this fall to decide whether to expand or limit access to the polls in a wave of ballot initiatives ahead of the 2020 presidential election.

Published 2 months ago

Adding Up the Cost of Climate Change in Lost Lives

Adding Up the Cost of Climate Change in Lost Lives

An exhaustive new study focusing only on heat-related damage predicts that by 2099, even with economic growth and adaptation, 1.5 million more people world-wide will die each year because of increased temperatures.

Published 2 months ago

How Companies Large and Small Pay Their Workers

How Companies Large and Small Pay Their Workers

A WSJ analysis of 1,111 companies finds size matters for pay — but other factors matter more

Published 2 months ago

The Dangerous Decision Air Passengers Keep Making

The Dangerous Decision Air Passengers Keep Making

Fliers too often insist on taking their luggage with them when heading for the emergency exits, a choice that could be fatal.

Published 2 months ago

Former High-Speed Trading Executives Allege ‘Tyrannical Coup’ at Quantlab

Former High-Speed Trading Executives Allege ‘Tyrannical Coup’ at Quantlab

A leadership fight has broken out over one of the world’s most secretive and profitable high-frequency trading firms, pitting a beret-wearing mathematician against a former business partner and a Ukrainian physicist.

Published 2 months ago

‘U.S. Workers Only’: Companies Hesitate to Hire Foreign M.B.A. Students

‘U.S. Workers Only’: Companies Hesitate to Hire Foreign M.B.A. Students

For years, coming to America for business school was a reliable way for many international students to land jobs at big U.S. companies. Tougher worker-visa rules are changing those odds.

Published 2 months ago

US 10-year Treasury yield hits 3% for first time since June

US 10-year Treasury yield hits 3% for first time since June

Rise comes after strong labour market data and sell-off in Japanese government bonds

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Apple’s $1tn market value is a moving target

Apple’s $1tn market value is a moving target

Record buyback programme obscures exact number of shares outstanding

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