WSJ Opinion: Mitch McConnell should make clear that the overwhelming majority of the Republican Party stands ready to make good on its repeal-and-replace campaign promise—and that it would have done so already were it not for a cynical or egotistic few. It’s time for some very public accountability, writes Kimberley A. Strassel.
The American committee that screens foreign investments is holding up a growing number of high-profile acquisitions involving Chinese companies amid concern about the risks they might pose to U.S. national security.
WSJ Opinion: The supposed purpose of “net neutrality” is to stop any internet company from getting a leg up over others. But that’s exactly what happens when Google’s search results prioritize its own services—and profits—over competitors, writes Ev Ehrlich.
John Dowd, one of the main outside lawyers representing President Trump in the Russia investigation, said Special Counsel Robert Mueller has been doing “a good job” and can be trusted to carry out a fair investigation.
WSJ Opinion: “Dunkirk,” opening in theaters Friday, is noteworthy in many respects. Not least for its creator’s decision—on the interesting ground that it would make things clearer for audiences—to avoid any appearance of Winston Churchill, writes Dorothy Rabinowitz.
Exploring Latin American and Latino art and artists throughout the hemisphere, including the U.S., “PST: LA/LA” encompasses more than 70 venues throughout Southern California, from San Diego to Santa Barbara and east to Palm Springs.
In 2011, Joseph Rago captured the Pulitzer Prize for editorial writing for what the Pulitzer organization called his “well crafted, against-the-grain editorials challenging the health care reform advocated by President Obama.”
WSJ Opinion: In several controversial cases, assisted suicide was not directly discussed with patients who were incapable of reaffirming earlier written death wishes. In one case, a doctor slipped a dementia patient a sleeping pill in some apple sauce so that he could be easily taken home and given a deadly injection, writes Dutch MP Kees van der Staaij.