Tag Archives: WSJ Weekend Edition

Front Page: Wall Street Journal – October 15, 2022

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Xi Jinping’s Endgame: A China Prepared for Conflict With the U.S.

Over the past 10 years, Xi Jinping has unleashed an array of military, economic and political campaigns to brace the country for what he sees as the increasingly likely prospect of confrontation with the West.

Russia Urges Evacuation of Occupied Kherson

Russian-installed officials in Ukraine’s south amplified calls for residents to leave as Kyiv’s forces step up their campaign to retake the region and Russia builds fortifications.

OPINION

The Pentagon’s Recruiting Woes

By The Editorial Board | Review & Outlook

The Man Who Said Ukraine Would Win

By Tunku Varadarajan | The Weekend Interview

A More Diverse America Turns Against Racial Preferences

By John Ellis | Commentary

What the Jan. 6 Hearings Accomplished

By The Editorial Board | Review & Outlook

Front Page: Wall Street Journal – August 27, 2022

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U.N. Set to Inspect Ukraine Nuclear Plant Early Next Week

United Nations atomic agency inspectors are poised to make an emergency visit to Ukraine’s Russia-occupied Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant early next week, after a breakthrough in negotiations over access, people involved in the talks said.2617 hours ago

Mar-a-Lago Search Affidavit Says Top Secret Documents Had Been Found Previously

Boxes retrieved from the former president’s home since the start of the year contained top-secret national defense information, according to the heavily redacted affidavit.

Front Page: Wall Street Journal – August 20, 2022

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Ukraine’s Southern Forces Wage a Slow Campaign to Wear Russian Troops Down

Rather than a dramatic ground assault, Ukraine’s push to retake occupied southern territory has become a series of artillery strikes designed to cut Russian supply lines and isolate occupying troops in the region.23 hours ago5 min read

Russia to Halt Nord Stream Gas Flows to Europe, Citing Pipeline Maintenance

Unexpected three-day maintenance shutdown later this month on the Nord Stream pipeline fans fears that Russian natural-gas cuts will tip Europe into a recession.

Front Page: WSJ Weekend Edition – August 13, 2022

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Climate Bill Success Hinges on Timely Project Build-Out

Wind and solar capacity is expected to expand quickly wherever economically feasible. Missing from projections is a direct accounting of potential obstacles.

Climate Bill Success Hinges on Timely Project Build-Out

Wind and solar capacity is expected to expand quickly wherever economically feasible. Missing from projections is a direct accounting of potential obstacles.85 min read

FBI Recovered 11 Sets of Classified Documents in Trump Search

Some of the documents recovered from the former president’s home were marked top secret and meant to be kept in special facilities, an inventory showed. Trump allies claim he declassified the documents.

Front Page View: WSJ Weekend – July 30, 2022

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Auto Makers Say Car Buyers Will Keep Spending

A backlog of customer orders, dealerships’ low vehicle inventory and shoppers willing to pay higher sticker prices have all led to a string of profitable quarters for most global car companies—and are fueling optimism for profits in coming quarters.5 min read

Climate Package Would Give Green-Energy Investors a Lift

Clean-tech and renewable-power stocks got a boost with the proposed $369 billion Senate energy and climate-spending package—and investments in nascent tech are in line to benefit even more.4 min read

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Front Page: WSJ Weekend Edition – July 23, 2022

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Signs Inflation Has Peaked Offer Little Hope of Quick Fall

Falling commodity prices, bond yields and inflation expectations fuel optimism on price pressures.

Apple, Amazon, Meta Highlight Tech-Heavy Earnings Week

Companies from Coca-Cola to McDonald’s will share insights on inflation, supply chain and consumers

Front Page: WSJ Weekend Edition – June 25, 2022

Push to Overturn Roe v. Wade Was 50 Years in the Making

Since the 1973 Supreme Court case, an increasingly influential movement questioned the view of constitutional rights underpinning the decision.

Front Page: WSJ Weekend Edition – June 11, 2022

Gasoline Prices Nationwide Surpass $5 a Gallon

The record high, according to OPIS, comes as U.S. consumer inflation hit its highest level in 40 years and crude oil prices remain high.

Front Page View: WSJ Weekend – June 4, 2022

Economy Extends Hiring Streak, With Hint of a Cooling

U.S. job growth cooled slightly in May, adding to signs the economy is starting to lose some steam after its rapid recovery last year. Employers added 390,000 jobs, a robust increase but down from April’s gains and below the monthly average pace last year.