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The Tesla CEO faces a remarkable number of government probes.
More evidence that charter schools lift student performance.
New Jersey’s senior Senator is indicted again for bribery and fraud.
Patients and doctors explain the damage from denying crucial blood tests in the name of saving money.
The House votes to override California’s onerous EV mandates.
A timely judicial reminder that governments do not own our kids.
Both parties misrepresent the Inflation Reduction Act to Americans to score political points.
Deficit spending to cure a recession is temporary. Now it’s permanent and justified by ‘emergencies.’
The outlet’s latest hit piece unwittingly debunks its own political narrative about the Supreme Court justice.
Bill Helman’s and Roland Fryer’s real-world experiment tests whether capitalism can be harnessed to improve income mobility.
While Dallas has thrived, elsewhere Democratic policies have exacerbated crime and homelessness.
The politicians are already demanding more green corporate welfare.
The newsman invested in the Journal and saved it from decline.
Economic and scientific realities catch up with a costly political fad.
A Senate bill does more to boost union jobs than to promote safety.
We want to be respected but no longer think we need to be respectable.
Regulators conflate cryptocurrency with the underlying technology. That will stifle innovation and American competitiveness.
Tribalism runs deep, and wars over land aren’t limited to backward or totalitarian nations.
They, not Tommy Tuberville, endanger readiness for the sake of abortion politics.
Society needs to retire its hurtful stereotypes of elderly people.