Tadej Pogacar Set to Win Tour de France

Tadej Pogacar Set to Win Tour de France

LA PLANCHE DES BELLES FILLES, France—As far as Tadej Pogacar was concerned, his hopes of taking the Tour de France had died days ago, somewhere on a French mountainside. Sure, he said, he could dream of taking the leader’s yellow…

Why the ‘Biden Rule’ Doesn’t Apply in 2020

The week after President Jimmy Carter lost his 1980 re-election bid, he announced the judicial nomination of a close ally of Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Ted Kennedy. The nomination sailed through the Senate, which confirmed the First U.S. Circuit Court…

Where Trump and Biden Stand on Foreign Policy

This article is part of a Wall Street Journal guide comparing President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden on issues from climate change to health care and jobs. WASHINGTON—President Trump and Democratic opponent Joe Biden have profound differences…

The Ginsburg Vacancy

The Ginsburg Vacancy

The death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Friday leaves the Supreme Court without its liberal leader, and the timing inevitably means a titanic fight over her successor that has uncertain and perhaps momentous implications for the national elections only 45…

Supreme Chaos in Pennsylvania Voting

Supreme Chaos in Pennsylvania Voting

Three days late, and no postmark needed: That’s the ruling on mail votes from the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. State law clearly says absentee ballots must be received by 8 p.m. on Election Day. But on Thursday the court controlled by…

Trump’s U.S. WeChat Ban

Trump’s U.S. WeChat Ban

While the Trump Administration haggles like a broker over the future of TikTok, the Commerce Department said Friday it would ban China’s social-media app WeChat Sunday night due to national security and data privacy concerns. This would have been a…

Princeton’s Confession of Bias

Princeton’s Confession of Bias

The folks at Princeton are supposed to be smart. But you have to wonder about the intelligence of inviting federal scrutiny by declaring their own school guilty of racism. Amid a struggle session with progressive faculty and students this month,…

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