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Jul 05 2012
The Wall Street Journal opinion page on Thursday gave voice to conservative hand-wringing that Mitt Romneys campaign against President Obama is not living up to expectations.
In a sharply worded editorial posted online Wednesday evening, The Journal wrote that Mr. Romneys Boston-based campaign staff is “slowly squandering an historic opportunity to defeat an incumbent presidentNew York Times (News)
Feb 27 2013
Once we calmed down, we started sifting through the data and highlighted a few of the more noteworthy findings. Theyre below. And heres the full poll questionnaire so you can draw your own conclusions.Washington Post
May 03 2013
Our latest blind bias survey (thank you everyone who participated - you can take our new bias survey here) measured the bias of several different news sources and changed our official AllSides Bias Rating for a few of them.
Here are the new ratings: The Wall Street Journal (news page only, not editorial) is now rated Center. ABC News is now Lean Left, and USA Today is now rated CenterJohn Gable, AllSides Co-founder
Mar 30 2023
Russia’s main security agency said it had detained a Wall Street Journal reporter for what it described as espionage.
The Federal Security Service said Thursday it had detained Evan Gershkovich, a U.S. citizen, in the eastern city of Yekaterinburg.
The FSB said in a statement that Mr. Gershkovich, “acting on the instructions of the American side, collected informationWall Street Journal (News)
Jan 11 2024
Fifteen years ago today, Hal Finney – cryptographer and the second person other than Satoshi to run the Bitcoin protocol – that said, simply, “Running bitcoin.” Fifteen years ago, in 2009, Bitcoin barely existed. And yet yesterday it was endorsed as a feature of the global financial landscape by some of the largest investment managers in the world. From nothing to being supported by the likesCoinDesk
Mar 31 2018
An anonymous email circulated by Journal staffers says the editor attempted to ‘desurface’ a story because it was too liberal.Politico
Mar 02 2015
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will announce her presidential candidacy in April, the Wall Street Journal reported Sunday evening.
The newspaper reported that Clinton and her advisers are telling Democratic donors she will enter the presidential race sooner than expected in order to ease uncertainties in the party.The Blaze
Dec 14 2023
Calling for recession is contrarian now
At the start of 2023, it was banal to forecast a near-term recession. Today, it’s a risky call. Most economists now see a soft landing as the likeliest way this cycle ends, for good reason. Inflation keeps surprising to the downside. Consumption has powered through high rates. Behind it all is a rock-solid labour market, which added another 200,Financial Times
Mar 31 2023
President Joe Biden joined the editors of dozens of press agencies and newspapers around the world on Friday in condemning the detainment of American Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich, demanding that the Kremlin “let him go” as he boarded Marine One on the White House lawn.
National Review (News)
Mar 30 2023
PRINCETON, N.J. (CBS/AP) -- An American reporter with local ties to the Philadelphia region has been arrested in Russia on charges of spying for Washington, Russia's security services said Thursday. U.S. citizen Evan Gershkovic, a graduate of Princeton High School in Mercer County, New Jersey, in 2010, was detained by Russia for "spying in the interests of the American government," accordingCBS News (Online)