Living in infamy: Must we have to see mass killers' mugs over and over?

...give his name added life. So Oregon Sheriff John Hanlin repeatedly declined to use it.Good for him. NOTED THE WALL STREET JOURNAL recently, "Sheriff Hanlin's decision has been popular. At candlelight vigils on Thursday and Saturday, local...

Markets drop over China fears, drug costs

...about U.S. interest rates. Federal Reserve Bank of New York President William Dudley said in an interview with The Wall Street Journal on Monday that he expects policymakers will raise rates this year. The Fed has kept short-term rates close...

Unskewed outcomes

...Bill," the law seemingly allowed men who "identify" as women to use women's bathrooms and locker rooms. The Wall Street Journal called the law's rejection "a victory for social conservatives," but in truth it's a victory for women's...

New United CEO in hospital

...the Chicago-based airline said a statement. "In the meantime, we are continuing to operate normally."The Wall Street Journal, citing a person familiar with the matter, said Munoz suffered a heart attack.Shares of United Continental...

Feeling isolated working at home? Shared workspaces gaining ground

...and now has 49 open or soon-to-be-open locations in 16 cities, including in Europe and Israel. In June, the Wall Street Journal said WeWork was valued at about $10 billion."We're seeing more people in the world of real estate become more...

Vice Chair Fischer suggests incoming data, markets could tip Fed to rate hike in September

What once seemed a sure bet - that the Federal Reserve would raise interest rates in September - suddenly appears less certain following a wild week of stock market turbulence.

Simple tips can help improve vacation

...mad.? HerodotusVacation season is winding down, but if you still have one last trip to make before autumn, The Wall Street Journal collected some experts to offer some simple advice to make it better.1. Plan it well. Anti ci pation is part...

Mega-merger would bolster Blue Cross in Georgia

...the combined company would have "the scale to drive greater efficiency and affordability for our customers," the Wall Street Journal reported.It's expected that Georgia insurance regulators will scrutinize both insurer deals for their potential...

Court decision foreshadows more problems

...unsuspecting victims. While this overall subject has been mentioned by others (see William McGurn's June 30 column in The Wall Street Journal) it bears repeating. THIS IS NOT all. Justice Kennedy, in his majority opinion, stated a need to provide...

Today's box office pales to 'Gone With the Wind'

...dollar amounts sound pretty staggering.But it costs a lot more to go to the movies these days, which is why, The Wall Street Journal reports, if you take the movie box office gross receipts and adjust them for inflation, the numbers aren't...