Wall Street Journal

A decade after the Great Recession, we're outsourcing home appraisals to India

Manuel Romano/NurPhoto via ZUMA<p>Looking for news you can trust?<br>Subscribe to our free newsletters.<p>The <i>Wall Street Journal</i> reports that banks are getting …

Real Estate

Geometric And Aesthetic Landscapes by Mike Ellis

Toronto-based illustrator Mike Ellis creates colorful work that’s very close to geometric design. The artist has illustrated for many international …

Illustration

PRESS DIGEST- Wall Street Journal - Jan 22

© Reuters. PRESS DIGEST- Wall Street Journal - Jan 22<p>Jan 22 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories in the Wall Street Journal. Reuters has not …

Carl Icahn

Google’s emphasis on mobile page speed will hit CNN, WSJ and other top sites

Google has been using page speed to rank sites for desktop search results, and now it’s getting ready to do the same for mobile. In a blog post …

Digital Media

Intern at Reason this summer!

<i>Reason</i> is now accepting applicants for the Burton C. Gray Memorial Internship program. Interns work 12 weeks in our D.C. office and receive a $7,200 …

Employment

CDC to cut back disease work in foreign countries: report

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is planning to significantly reduce its overseas work to fight disease due to coming funding cutbacks, …

Public Health

Americans Agree with Trump: The Economy Is Doing Great

Americans are feeling high satisfaction with the economy, according to a new poll.<p>Sixty-nine percent of respondents to an NBC News/<i>Wall Street …

Elections

New poll shows Trump with historically low approval rating

Just 39 percent of Americans approve of the job President Donald Trump is doing in office, a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll released Friday shows, the latest in a string of surveys showing Trump with historically low poll numbers one year into his first term.<p>Trump’s 39 percent approval …

Politics

China secretly bought North Korean coal as US watched from above: report

At least six cargo ships linked to China furtively violated U.N. sanctions by taking on North Korean coal late last year, potentially providing a significant boost to the rogue regime's coffers, the U.S. alleges.<p>The U.N. Security Council in August hit North Korea with sanctions that were projected …

North Korea

Is China Helping North Korea? U.S. Intelligence Takes Pictures of Chinese Ships Giving 'Illicit Cargo' to Rogue State

At least six Chinese ships covertly engaged in trade with North Korea in violation of sanctions imposed by the United Nations, according to satellite …

North Korea

WSJ: Trump lawyer used fake company to pay off porn star

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that, before the 2016 campaign, Trump attorney Michael Cohen set up a private company to pay $130,000 to porn …

Politics

U.S. Oil Output Expected to Outstrip Saudi Arabia

U.S. crude oil production is this year set to exceed the output of Saudi Arabia for the first time in the modern era, according to the International …

Oil

Donald Trump frustrated with media coverage of John Kelly’s interview: WH

According to Donald Trump, John Kelly did not tell lawmakers that he was uninformed about immigration.

Donald Trump

When is an Apple tax windfall not an Apple tax windfall?

When the Wall Street Journal says so, that’s when.<p>From The Apple ‘Windfall’ That Isn’t (Dec. 8, 2017):<p>The GOP is moving toward a tax-reform victory, …

U.S. Treasury

White House Pushing For Jerusalem Embassy Move By Next Year: Reports

The Trump administration hopes to move the U.S. Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem by 2019, a much faster timeline than expected, according to several …

Israel

Poll: Trump ends first year with lowest approval of any modern president

President TrumpDonald John TrumpDems flip Wisconsin state Senate seat Sessions: 'We should be like Canada' in how we take in immigrants GOP rep: …

Elections

GOP Rep. vows the Senate will act to avoid shutdown

A government shutdown could impact tax refunds, social security checks, small business loans, and more. Ali Velshi breaks down how a government …

Business

Trump apparently knows a lot about tree fungus

Meet the presidential dendrologist.<p>In an effort to dissect President Trump's conversational character, <i>The Wall Street Journal</i> interviewed more than …

Mick Mulvaney

House Committee Releases Transcript of Dossier Testimony

The House intelligence committee on Thursday released 184 pages of sworn testimony by Glenn Simpson, the former Wall Street Journal reporter whose …

Donald Trump

U.S. officials claim photos show Chinese ships violating North Korea sanctions

American officials have released satellite photographs they claim show six Chinese-owned or operated cargo ships engaging in trade with North Korea …

North Korea

Broadcom faces FTC antitrust probe: Report

Broadcom calls the inquiry, reportedly for anticompetitive tactics, "immaterial to our business."<p>Broadcom is being investigated by the FTC to …

Broadcom

Jimmy Kimmel Live: The Porn Donald Trump Doesn’t Want You to See

The Wall Street Journal put out a story saying that Donald Trump’s lawyer paid an adult film star Stormy Daniels $130,000 one month before the …

Comedy

New Thinking On Nuclear Weapons - 1A

A draft of the Trump administration’s nuclear weapons plan obtained by HuffPost calls for the development of two new types of nuclear weapons.<p>While …

North Korea

Markets Right Now: Tech, health care lead stock gains

The latest on developments in financial markets (All times local):<p>11:45 a.m.<p>Stocks are moving higher on Wall Street as the market makes up some of the ground it lost a day earlier.<p>Technology and health care companies were leading the gains in midday trading Wednesday. Microsoft rose 1.7 percent and …

Markets

The FTC is investigating Broadcom about potential antitrust tactics with customers

• <b>Broadcom is under investigation by the Federal Trade Commission, according to a story published Wednesday by the Wall Street Journal.</b>• <b><br>Semiconductor company Broadcom is under investigation regarding whether it engaged in anticompetitive tactics during customer negotiations.</b><p>The Federal Trade …

Antitrust Laws

Another record high for stocks

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above 26,000 for the first time today. It rose from 25,000 to 26,000 in just seven trading days.<p>Data: …

Business

NFL coach’s wife is editing out violence allegations on Wikipedia

Tom Cable’s wife knows his Wikipedia page inside and out as a result of heavy editing in the “Allegations of Violence” section, the Wall Street …

Crime

Walmart to cut jobs at headquarters

Walmart is planning to cut more than 1,000 jobs, mostly at its headquarters in Bentonville, Arkansas, the Wall Street Journal reports, citing …

Business

MSNBC Panel Suggests Rupert Murdoch Planted Crazy Story About Ex-Wife as Game of ‘Divorce Politics’

Last night, a curious story appeared in the <i>Wall Street Journal</i>, alleging that United States counterintelligence officials warned <b>Jared Kushner</b> about …

Donald Trump

GE considering breakup

GE CEO John Flannery said today the giant conglomerate was thinking of breaking itself up into separate units, the Wall Street Journal reports. …

Business