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2021 年 第 37 周归档(09.13 - 09.20)

Former President Donald Trump has spoken recently with senators and allies about trying to depose Mitch McConnell as Senate GOP leader and whether any Republicans are interested in mounting a challenge, people familiar with the conversations said (on.wsj.com)
Fully vaccinated Americans have been allowed to enter Canada for leisure and tourism since early August, but some are so flummoxed by the rules that they are canceling or postponing their travel plans (on.wsj.com)
Mark Zuckerberg said a heralded change to Facebook's algorithm would improve users' well-being. Company documents show it backfired and made the platform angrier. The CEO resisted proposals to fix it. (on.wsj.com)
At Tampa General Hospital, about 90% of recent Covid-19 patients were unvaccinated, and those in intensive care were 46 years old on average. “These are working people, they’re people with families and children they’re still raising.” (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: I’m no theologian, but believe God grants us pets to see loyalty personified and to remind us that we must balance joy and delight with loss and grief in this transitory life, writes @KarlRove (on.wsj.com)
Facebook knows, in acute detail, that its platforms are riddled with flaws but hasn’t fixed them. That’s one of the main findings of a Journal series, based heavily on an array of internal company documents. Catch up on the articles we’ve published so far. (on.wsj.com)
Boeing is investigating the discovery of two empty miniature liquor bottles found this month on one of the plane maker's new Air Force One jets under development in San Antonio (on.wsj.com)
Essay: Arguing about vaccine mandates has been an American tradition since George Washington inoculated his soldiers against smallpox, writes historian David Oshinsky (on.wsj.com)
NFL trainer Sonia Ruef’s maintenance program for knees is is suited for anyone (on.wsj.com)
Biden has said all lead pipes in the country’s drinking-water system would be eliminated as part of his broader efforts to improve U.S. infrastructure (on.wsj.com)
The National Institutes of Health is reviewing its policies after gene data holding potential clues to the Covid-19 pandemic was removed from an agency-run archive, sparking concerns among scientists and U.S. senators (on.wsj.com)
A trio of Chinese astronauts landed back on Earth after three months in space, setting a record for China's longest stay in orbit (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: American public health agencies should be producing data on breakthrough infections, boosters and natural immunity, writes @MartyMakary. But the CDC has failed to provide the information needed to inform a sound Covid strategy. (on.wsj.com)
Fleetwood Mac’s Lindsey Buckingham wrote “Go Your Own Way” in 1975, when he was desolate over his breakup with Stevie Nicks. “The lyrics were an honest representation of what I was feeling.” (on.wsj.com)
Four private astronauts launched by SpaceX have returned to Earth, completing the first trip to orbit by non-government astronauts on a company's spaceship (on.wsj.com)
Arguing about vaccine mandates has been an American tradition since George Washington inoculated his soldiers against smallpox, writes historian David Oshinsky. (on.wsj.com)
“Two to the body, one to the head." Groups are forming to teach women how to handle firearms, as a study found more women than ever are buying guns. (on.wsj.com)
Mark Zuckerberg said a heralded change to Facebook's algorithm would improve users' well-being. Company documents show it backfired and made the platform angrier. The CEO resisted proposals to fix it. (on.wsj.com)
A Facebook program known as XCheck has given millions of celebrities, politicians and other high-profile users special treatment, a privilege many abuse, according to an extensive array of internal company documents reviewed by the Journal (on.wsj.com)
The Biden administration said it is sending additional border agents to a South Texas town where thousands of Haitian migrants are being held under a bridge, as officials prepared to begin flying them back to their home country (on.wsj.com)
Russia’s deepening integration with Belarus is presenting a fresh military threat to Western-backed Ukraine, which Moscow is trying to draw back into its orbit (on.wsj.com)
A rally by Trump supporters protesting the prosecutions of hundreds of people charged in the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol ended without the violence on Saturday (on.wsj.com)
A 24-year-old cryptocurrency hedge-fund manager who lied about returns on his $90 million fund and siphoned money from its accounts to cover a lavish lifestyle was sentenced to 7½ years in prison (on.wsj.com)
Measles shots last for life. Chickenpox immunizations protect for decades. But the current crop of Covid-19 vaccinations weaken in just months. Here’s why. (on.wsj.com)
At Tampa General Hospital, about 90% of recent Covid-19 patients were unvaccinated, and those in intensive care were 46 years old on average. “These are working people, they’re people with families and children they’re still raising.” (on.wsj.com)
Mark Zuckerberg set out to make Facebook an authoritative voice to get Americans vaccinated. Instead, the site hosted "cesspools of anti-vaccine comments," according to company documents. (on.wsj.com)
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Here is an early look at the front page of The Wall Street Journal's weekend edition (on.wsj.com)
SpaceX’s crew of private astronauts has spent its first two days in space chatting with children and Tom Cruise, conducting research and taking in views of the planet hundreds of miles away (on.wsj.com)
Bill Gates warned six years ago that the biggest potential killer the world faced was a pandemic. Now, he says not enough is being done to prepare for the next one. (on.wsj.com)
“Every time I feel good about myself, I go over to Instagram, and then it all goes away.” Facebook knows Instagram is harmful to many young users—especially teen girls, its own research shows. Publicly, the tech giant plays down the app’s impact. (on.wsj.com)
“Two to the body, one to the head." Groups are forming to teach women how to handle firearms, as a study found more women than ever are buying guns. (on.wsj.com)
Teenage Afghan girls weren’t allowed to return to school as classrooms reopened for the first time since the Taliban reclaimed power (on.wsj.com)
An FDA panel endorsed booster shots for people aged 65 and older, and those at high risk of severe Covid. It earlier rejected boosters for people 16 and older. (on.wsj.com)
On Aug. 26, the biggest movie star in China disappeared from the internet. Why it happened is a mystery. (on.wsj.com)
Mark Zuckerberg wanted Facebook to promote Covid-19 vaccines. Internal documents show the site struggled to manage a wave of antivaccine rhetoric. (on.wsj.com)
The Covid-19 vaccine made by Moderna is more effective at keeping people out of the hospital than those from Pfizer and partner BioNTech or Johnson & Johnson, new research suggests (on.wsj.com)
Thousands of mostly Haitian migrants are being held under a bridge in a Texas border town, creating a fresh humanitarian crisis (on.wsj.com)
A new California law intended to increase housing supply will allow duplexes to be built on properties where one home exists (on.wsj.com)
Essay: Arguing about vaccine mandates has been an American tradition since George Washington inoculated his soldiers against smallpox, writes historian David Oshinsky (on.wsj.com)
Italy is making Covid-19 health passes mandatory for all workers in the private and public sectors, in one of the toughest vaccine-promoting measures adopted by any major Western country (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: By acting swiftly, the U.S. and Taiwan can dissuade Xi Jinping from making what could be the most disastrous geopolitical calculation since 1939, write Robert C. O’Brien and Alexander B. Gray (on.wsj.com)
Judges in North Carolina blocked a state voter-identification law Friday, calling the measure unconstitutional and discriminatory toward Black voters (on.wsj.com)
A rare, first-edition copy of the U.S. Constitution, one of 11 surviving copies that were first printed for delegates at the Constitutional Convention, will go to auction in November (on.wsj.com)
France recalled its ambassadors to the U.S. and Australia, escalating a fight over a deal to provide Australia with nuclear-powered submarine technology (on.wsj.com)
The Covid-19 vaccine made by Moderna is more effective at keeping people out of the hospital than those from Pfizer and partner BioNTech or Johnson & Johnson, new research suggests (on.wsj.com)
Breaking: In a major reversal, the U.S. military said that it mistakenly killed 10 Afghan civilians, including seven children, when it launched a drone strike on a car in Kabul last month, and missed its target (on.wsj.com)
Rudy Giuliani asked a federal judge to return some material seized by the FBI or have it destroyed. The judge said no, allowing a review of the evidence to proceed. (on.wsj.com)
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President Biden said increasing taxes on corporations and the wealthy could help finance a $3.5 trillion social welfare and climate bill, and shape a more equitable economy #WSJWhatsNow (twitter.com)
From @WSJopinion: Vaccine mandates will prolong political conflicts over Covid-19. They are an increasingly unsustainable strategy designed to achieve an unattainable goal, writes Joseph A. Ladapo (on.wsj.com)
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SpaceX launched four civilians into orbit Wednesday, as Elon Musk looks to cement the company’s position as a leading space enterprise #WSJWhatsNow (twitter.com)
The Pentagon’s top military officer said he would mount a vigorous defense of two calls he placed to his Chinese counterpart in the last days of the Trump administration, describing an effort to calm Beijing’s nerves and avert a military conflict (on.wsj.com)
A former Boeing pilot is expected to be charged for his alleged role in misleading regulators about 737 MAX safety, people familiar with the matter say (on.wsj.com)
If it seems like more people have a short fuse lately, you aren’t wrong. Just ask restaurant servers, airline workers and customer-service trackers who say they have seen a wave of meltdowns. (on.wsj.com)
If it seems like more people have a short fuse lately, you aren’t wrong. Just ask restaurant servers, airline workers and customer-service trackers who say they have seen a wave of meltdowns. (on.wsj.com)
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Take an early look at the front page of The Wall Street Journal (on.wsj.com)
Internal documents describe Facebook employees’ embarrassment and frustration after decisions it made allowed users to post videos of murders, incitements to violence and advertisements for human trafficking (on.wsj.com)
President Biden is taking a more public role in the negotiations around Democrats’ roughly $3.5 trillion social welfare and climate bill (on.wsj.com)
President Biden is taking a more public role to advance the roughly $3.5 trillion spending bill, touting proposed tax increases to finance the plan: "Big corporations and the super wealthy have to start paying their fair share of taxes.” (on.wsj.com)
A Minnesota Supreme Court ruling will allow voters to decide whether to replace the Minneapolis Police Department with a new public safety agency, a proposal stemming from the killing of George Floyd (on.wsj.com)
Facebook employees raised alarms about human traffickers, armed groups and a drug cartel abusing its platforms. Internal documents also show the company’s response, which in many instances was inadequate or nothing at all. (on.wsj.com)
SpaceX's Inspiration4 crew, the first all-civilian mission to orbit the Earth, has traveled nearly six times around the planet (on.wsj.com)
France said it had been betrayed by the U.S. after being pushed out of a multibillion-dollar deal to supply submarines to Australia, in what is shaping up to be among the most bitter trans-Atlantic disputes of the Biden administration’s first year (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: I’m no theologian, but believe God grants us pets to see loyalty personified and to remind us that we must balance joy and delight with loss and grief in this transitory life, writes @KarlRove (on.wsj.com)
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Take an early look at the front page of The Wall Street Journal (on.wsj.com)
Breaking: A lawyer was indicted in connection with special counsel John Durham’s investigation into the Russia probe's origins, on charges he lied to the FBI in 2016 (on.wsj.com)
“Our approach has had unhealthy side effects.” Facebook made a heralded change to its algorithm, designed to make the platform a better place for users. It had the opposite impact, internal company documents show. (on.wsj.com)
Internal documents describe Facebook employees’ embarrassment and frustration after decisions it made allowed users to post videos of murders, incitements to violence and advertisements for human trafficking (on.wsj.com)
The World Bank canceled a flagship economic report after an investigation concluded that senior bank management pressured staff to alter data affecting the ranking of China and other nations (on.wsj.com)
France said it had killed Adnan Abu Walid al-Sahrawi, the Islamic State leader responsible for the killing of four U.S. servicemen in Niger in 2017 (on.wsj.com)
Athletic departments reeling from pandemic losses are turning to alcohol sales, gambling partnerships and even cannabis sponsorships to raise money (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: Democrats have discovered that divvying up voters by race might not be such a good idea in the redistricting battles leading up to next year’s midterm elections, writes @jasonrileywsj (on.wsj.com)
France's foreign minister called the U.S.’s move a “stab in the back” after France was pushed out of a multibillion-dollar deal to supply submarines to Australia (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: If Americans are to trust their democratic institutions, and the world’s other powers are to trust America’s defense commitments, it needs to be clear that the military is under the elected President’s control (on.wsj.com)
“Two to the body, one to the head." Groups are forming to teach women how to handle firearms, as a study found more women than ever are buying guns. (on.wsj.com)
On Aug. 26, the biggest movie star in China disappeared from the internet. Why it happened is a mystery. (on.wsj.com)
France said it had killed Adnan Abu Walid al-Sahrawi, the Islamic State leader responsible for killing four U.S. servicemen in Niger in 2017 (on.wsj.com)
Sen. Elizabeth Warren called on regional Federal Reserve banks to ban ownership of individual stocks among their top officials (on.wsj.com)
Taiwan plans to use $8.7 billion to fund missiles, naval ships and other systems to deter an attack from China (on.wsj.com)
The pandemic shutdown was initially the worst hit to the U.S. economy since the Great Depression, but the fiscal response has succeeded in many respects, writes @greg_ip (on.wsj.com)
The SEC on Wednesday issued $114 million to two whistleblowers, part of the more than $1 billion the agency has now paid to individuals since its cash-for-tip program began (on.wsj.com)
Zhao Wei spent the past two decades as China’s biggest actress-turned-mogul. Today, she’s nowhere to be found on the Chinese internet—and the mystery is why. (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: In a probably futile bid to return English words to their actual meaning, I should make clear that what makes Joe Biden an incredible president is that you can’t believe a word he says, writes @gerardtbaker (on.wsj.com)
Facebook tried to become a healthier place, and it got angrier instead. Internal documents show Mark Zuckerberg resisted proposed fixes. (on.wsj.com)
A 24-year-old cryptocurrency hedge-fund manager who lied about returns on his $90 million fund and siphoned money from its accounts to cover a lavish lifestyle was sentenced to 7½ years in prison (on.wsj.com)
China’s biggest actress-turned-mogul has been erased from the country's internet amid a broader clampdown on the entertainment industry, raising questions about how far the Communist Party is willing to go against celebrities—and why it targeted her (on.wsj.com)
Elon Musk’s SpaceX just launched four civilians toward the deepest orbit Americans have traveled to in more than a decade (on.wsj.com)
Elon Musk founded SpaceX nearly 20 years ago in the hope of one day taking people to Mars. Follow a timeline of the rocket company's launches as it prepares to fly four civilians to orbit tonight. (on.wsj.com)
Pre-Covid, office workers used commutes to decompress after a stressful day. Now we’re immersing ourselves in TV drama to detach from job dramas. (on.wsj.com)
The Aurora police department used force against and arrested people of color, particularly Black people, at disproportionately higher rates than white people, according to the findings of a yearlong investigation by the Colorado attorney general’s office (on.wsj.com)
Follow a timeline of SpaceX launches as the rocket company prepares to fly four civilians—a CEO, a geoscientist, a physician assistant and an aerospace employee—to orbit tonight (on.wsj.com)
In a challenge to China, the U.S. and U.K. will help Australia build a nuclear-powered submarine as part of a new security alliance (on.wsj.com)
Theranos told investors that its proprietary machines could run over 200 tests with tiny amounts of blood. But a former lab worker told jurors that Theranos could never handle more than 12 types of blood tests on its proprietary Edison machine. (on.wsj.com)
Zhao Wei spent the past two decades as China’s biggest actress-turned-mogul. Today, she’s nowhere to be found on the Chinese internet—and the mystery is why. (on.wsj.com)
Simone Biles, McKayla Maroney, Aly Raisman and Maggie Nichols gave senators an emotional and unsparing account of the FBI's failures in the Larry Nassar investigation (on.wsj.com)
ViacomCBS is investing more than $300 million in BET Studios, a new venture taking an unusual approach to landing bankable producers and screenwriters (on.wsj.com)
Mark Zuckerberg said a heralded change to Facebook's algorithm would improve users' well-being. Company documents show it backfired and made the platform angrier. The CEO resisted proposals to fix it. (on.wsj.com)
Households making at least $1 million in income would be hit the hardest by the House Democrats' tax plan, a new analysis shows (on.wsj.com)
President Biden is expected to meet with executives from companies including Disney, Microsoft and Walgreens to advance his vaccination requirements for the private sector (on.wsj.com)
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Take an early look at the front page of The Wall Street Journal (on.wsj.com)
"We make body image issues worse for one in three teen girls." Facebook knows Instagram is toxic for young users. In public, it tells a different story. (on.wsj.com)
Lawmakers said they would launch a probe into Facebook’s internal research on how Instagram affects young users, prompted by a Wall Street Journal investigation that showed the company knew the app was harmful to some in that group (on.wsj.com)
North Korea launched two ballistic missiles off its east coast, South Korean and Japanese officials said, in Pyongyang’s second weapons test in recent days (on.wsj.com)
Big trucking companies say a federal vaccination and testing mandate aimed at curbing the spread of the Covid-19 virus could push more workers away from their operations and deepen upheaval in U.S. supply chains (on.wsj.com)
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Take an early look at the front page of The Wall Street Journal (on.wsj.com)
Fleetwood Mac’s Lindsey Buckingham wrote “Go Your Own Way” in 1975, when he was desolate over his breakup with Stevie Nicks. “The lyrics were an honest representation of what I was feeling.” (on.wsj.com)
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has easily defeated a recall effort led by Republicans and fueled by frustrations over his handling of the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a vote projection by the Associated Press (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: The more the world has learned, the more plausible the lab-leak theory of Covid’s origin has become. The latest evidence is more than 900 pages of NIH documents. (on.wsj.com)
Lawmakers said they would launch a probe into Facebook’s internal research on how Instagram affects young users, prompted by a Wall Street Journal investigation that showed the company knew the app was harmful to some in that group (on.wsj.com)
"We make body image issues worse for one in three teen girls." Facebook knows Instagram is toxic for young users. In public, it tells a different story. (on.wsj.com)
Comedian Norm Macdonald, who anchored “Weekend Update” for “Saturday Night Live” in the mid-1990s, has died from cancer at age 61 (on.wsj.com)
Apple’s iPhone 13 launch means there are now eight models to choose from. Columnist @JoannaStern is here to help you sort them all out. (on.wsj.com)
The Republican attorney general of Arizona filed a lawsuit Tuesday to stop the Biden administration from imposing Covid-19 vaccine requirements for tens of millions of workers, marking the first legal salvo against the president’s mandate policy (on.wsj.com)
“I’m making more money...But I don’t see it because I’m paying more money for stuff now.” Low-wage workers are getting sharp raises. Inflation is eating them up. (on.wsj.com)
Dogecoin vaulted into crypto stardom this year thanks to a push from Elon Musk. Now there's a battle over who owns the trademark to the dogecoin name. (on.wsj.com)
“I’m making more money...But I don’t see it because I’m paying more money for stuff now.” Low-wage workers are getting sharp raises. Inflation is eating them up. (on.wsj.com)
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Take an early look at the front page of The Wall Street Journal (on.wsj.com)
When researchers inside Instagram began studying young users’ experiences on the photo-sharing app, they found that nearly a third of teenage girls said the platform made negative feelings they had about their bodies worse, internal documents show (on.wsj.com)
“Every time I feel good about myself, I go over to Instagram, and then it all goes away.” Facebook knows Instagram is harmful to many young users—especially teen girls, its own research shows. Publicly, the tech giant plays down the app’s impact. (on.wsj.com)
Covid-19 deaths have climbed after the Delta surge, hitting younger unvaccinated people particularly hard (on.wsj.com)
Simone Biles, McKayla Maroney, Maggie Nichols and Aly Raisman will testify at a Senate hearing about the FBI’s handling of an investigation into former USA Gymnastics physician Larry Nassar (on.wsj.com)
Theranos launched in 2003, and by 2014 was valued at over $9 billion. Five years later, the company had dissolved, and founder Elizabeth Holmes was criminally charged with fraud. How did it all unravel? (on.wsj.com)
Apple issued a critical security update fixing a flaw that allowed silent iPhone hacks through iMessage. The vulnerability had been used in attacks by an Israeli cybersecurity firm. (on.wsj.com)
The United Nations said it obtained $1 billion in pledges of fresh funds to stave off a humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan (on.wsj.com)
Bill Gates warned six years ago that the biggest potential killer the world faced was a pandemic. Now, he says not enough is being done to prepare for the next one. (on.wsj.com)
Apple issued a critical security update Monday fixing a flaw that allowed silent iPhone hacks through iMessage. The vulnerability had been used in attacks by an Israeli cybersecurity firm. (on.wsj.com)
A Facebook program known as XCheck has given millions of celebrities, politicians and other high-profile users special treatment, a privilege many abuse, according to an extensive array of internal company documents reviewed by the Journal (on.wsj.com)
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker is enlisting the National Guard to help transport students to school as the state manages a bus driver shortage at the start of the 2021-22 school year (on.wsj.com)
From @WSJopinion: The White House needs to tell—not ask—the Taliban that whoever wants to leave can do so at America’s invitation. The U.S. isn’t doing nearly enough to free those who are trapped. (on.wsj.com)
Brazilian soccer star Neymar posted nude photos of a woman on Facebook. For most users, there would have been consequences. Internal Facebook documents reveal how he—and millions like him—get special treatment. (on.wsj.com)
After losing her daughter on 9/11, Deborah Borza has spent the past 20 years involved in nearly every effort to memorialize the passengers and crew of Flight 93. She is viewing this anniversary differently. (on.wsj.com)
Fox said it has acquired celebrity news platform TMZ, as the company looks to expand in digital media and unscripted content (on.wsj.com)
The economic damage from Covid-19 travel restrictions is piling up, with more companies holding back on large investments or postponing decisions (on.wsj.com)
Simone Biles, McKayla Maroney, Maggie Nichols and Aly Raisman will testify at a Senate hearing about the FBI’s handling of an investigation into former USA Gymnastics physician Larry Nassar (on.wsj.com)
Covid-19 may become a routine illness like a common cold or the flu one day, scientists say. But it will take a lot to get there, as the ferocious spread of the Delta variant shows. (on.wsj.com)
Amazon, the free-shipping pioneer, is offering free college for its workers, as the competition for U.S. workers moves beyond $15 an hour (on.wsj.com)
Mark Zuckerberg has publicly said that Facebook allows its more than three billion users to speak on equal footing with the elites of politics, culture and journalism, and that its standards of behavior apply to everyone, no matter their status or fame (on.wsj.com)
House Democrats detailed their proposed tax increases, calling for raising the corporate tax rate to 26.5% from 21%, a 3-percentage-point surtax on top earners and a capital-gains tax increase (on.wsj.com)
Natural gas and electricity markets were already surging in Europe when a fresh catalyst emerged: The wind in the stormy North Sea stopped blowing. (on.wsj.com)
Some movie fans decided to return to the familiar format of VHS tapes. It isn't the easiest hobby. (on.wsj.com)
Many New Yorkers feared that the neighborhoods around the Twin Towers would become ghost towns after Sept. 11, 2001. The opposite happened. (on.wsj.com)
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Take an early look at the front page of The Wall Street Journal (on.wsj.com)
Ray-Ban and Facebook teamed up on a pair of stylish sunglasses with...two cameras and three microphones. Here's our review. (on.wsj.com)
The stage was set for Novak Djokovic to achieve history as the first man since 1969 to win a tennis calendar "Grand Slam." Standing in the way was Daniil Medvedev, who went and did precisely what Djokovic would do, writes @JasonGay: (on.wsj.com)
House Democrats are considering calling for raising the corporate tax rate to 26.5% from 21% and imposing a surtax on people making over $5 million (on.wsj.com)
We created 31 TikTok accounts registered as teenagers to understand what the app shows young users. Among the results: an unending reel of videos about sex, drugs and eating disorders. (on.wsj.com)
U.S. Capitol Police launched disciplinary proceedings against six of its officers, who are accused of conduct unbecoming an officer, failure to comply with directives, improper remarks and improper dissemination of information, the department said (on.wsj.com)
House Democrats consider calling for raising the corporate tax rate to 26.5% from 21% and imposing a surtax on people making over $5 million (on.wsj.com)
Ray-Ban and Facebook teamed up on a pair of stylish sunglasses with...two cameras and three microphones. Here's our review. (on.wsj.com)
Cryptocurrency fans are borrowing against their bitcoin and Ethereum to buy homes, cars—and more crypto. “It wasn’t a Lamborghini, just a normal Tesla.” (on.wsj.com)
Fake social-media accounts linked to the Chinese government tried to draw Americans out to real-world protests against racism and anti-Chinese Covid-19 rhetoric, according to U.S. security firms. "They’re copying the Kremlin’s playbook." (on.wsj.com)