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The Wall Street Journal · 4h ago

The Politics of ESPN

As some viewers flee, the cable network promises to keep lecturing those who remain.
The Wall Street Journal · 1d ago

Make the Net Neutral Again

Ajit Pai’s FCC moves to roll back political control of the web.
The Wall Street Journal · 21h ago

Macron Is Mightier Than Le Pen, but Will His Reforms Stick?

There’s an elite consensus for change. Like Thatcher and Reagan, he’ll have to forge a popular one.
The Wall Street Journal · 21h ago

Trump's Monumental Task

A review of federal land grabs, especially in the West, is long overdue.
The Wall Street Journal · 21h ago

Nafta in Neverland

Does Trump know that Mexican tariffs on U.S. goods are close to zero?
The Wall Street Journal · 21h ago

Trump Has Been Lucky in His Enemies

Cursing pols, screeching students and intolerant abortion advocates have become the face o...
The Wall Street Journal · 21h ago

The U.S. Navy Must Be Everywhere at Once

A recent mishap with the USS Carl Vinson is a case study for rebuilding the fleet to about...
The Wall Street Journal · 21h ago

Trump's Finest Moment (So Far)

His tax-reform plan is smart policy, but even better politics: It’s a challenge to Congress.
The Wall Street Journal · 21h ago

The Truth About Muhammad Ali and the Draft

His refusal to serve wasn’t motivated by conscience, but by fear of being killed by the Na...
The Wall Street Journal · 21h ago

The Jews Who Saved Monticello

Thomas Jefferson’s home lay in ruin until Uriah Phillips Levy stepped in to help.