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Topic - The Wall Street Journal
New York City's Schools chancellor says the arts can teach children valuable skills and to develop a work ethic.
The top earners are now starting to feel the pinch of tax laws that raised their income taxes. Meanwhile some experts want them to pay even more.
Notices of intent to sue New York City have been filed in connection with the Manhattan explosion that killed eight people and hurt more than 60.
Not just beef, but other foods are also rising in cost for various reasons — putting pressure on family food budgets.
It's doubtful you will hear this on the network news tonight, but President Obama and his party are in deep political trouble. It's getting worse.
If newspaper editors want to save their print editions, a new study may show how to do it.
Coney Island is breaking ground on a new roller coaster.
Mayor Bill de Blasio is proposing putting after-school programs for middle school students in every district school that doesn't have them.
The Obama administration is pushing forward with a Federal Communications Commission project that would send government researchers into newsrooms across the country — and First Amendment advocates want to know why.
An Iranian attack on the Navy's largest unclassified computer network that was first reported on in September managed to get into the "bloodstream" of the system — a much more serious breach of security than previous thought — officials now admit, the Wall Street Journal said.
The number of people quitting their jobs, although flat in December, is starting to trend up — a sign that people are more confident in the economy.
Iran accepted an invitation on Monday to attend peace talks to end conflict in Syria later this week
The search for a Wall Street Journal reporter who left his northern New Jersey home to go for a walk and disappeared has stretched into its sixth day.
The Wall Street Journal's David Bird has been missing since Saturday afternoon and hundreds are currently on the search.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation didn't find the kind of political bias needed to file criminal charges over the Internal Revenue Service's heightened scrutiny of tea party groups, law enforcement officials told the Wall Street Journal.