The Wall Street Jour

The Wall Street Jour


Breaking news and features from the WSJ.

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Hundreds of thousands take to the streets of Hong Kong in the biggest antigovernment protest in months

Australia’s biggest city has been shrouded in hazardous smoke for the past week and firefighters can’t put the wildfires out

The U.S. Coast Guard is searching for a helicopter with two people aboard that it says likely crashed in the Gulf of Mexico south of New Orleans

On the eve of the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc’s 150th year, regulars recount its evolution into the 21st century

Blowouts and bowties, Xanax and Zoloft. New York’s co-op buyers and their dogs are jumping through all sorts of hoops to get precious approval.

College football is headed for a playoff with familiar faces and few surprises as Ohio State, LSU, Clemson and Oklahoma emerge with likely invites

From @WSJopinion : Populist patriots believe President Trump defends their cultural beliefs from the left and their economic interests from the right, writes @BobbyJindal 

Breaking: Saudi authorities are investigating if the Pensacola gunman was radicalized during a visit to the kingdom last year, two Saudi officials said

The hoverboard fire test: Is Amazon a mere platform to connect buyers and sellers, or is it responsible for what's sold on its site?

FBI Director Chris Wray has tried to steer the bureau past politics, and a watchdog report due Monday is expected to highlight how tough that is turning out to be

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We have reviewed the audio from our interview with President Trump, as well as the transcript provided by an external service, and stand by what we reported. Here is audio of the portion the White House disputes.

Beijing’s soldiers in Hong Kong made a rare appearance on the city’s streets to clear protesters’ roadblocks, raising questions about the army’s future role there

Hong Kong’s Chinese University, once a ‘safe space,’ becomes a war zone

Anger at the police is running high, and each round of confrontations has provided fresh fuel

Opinion: Trump’s adversaries have spent more than two years trying to dodge accountability, writes @kimstrassel 

A former porn star reached a $130,000 deal just before the 2016 election to stay silent about an alleged sexual encounter with Donald Trump

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