Wall Street Journal


City Housing Policy Reviewed For Possible Civil Rights Violations

Friday, February 20, 2015

At issue is the city's policy to put aside 50 percent of affordable housing units to people who already live in the neighborhood. 


The Brian Lehrer Show

What It Means To Have An Unpoliced World

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Should the U.S. play the role of the "world's policeman?" Bret Stephens, deputy editor of The Wall Street Journal, explains why the president shouldn't reject that role.

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The Leonard Lopate Show

The Wall Street Journal Turns 125

Tuesday, July 08, 2014

On the 125th anniversary of The Wall Street Journal, three editors talk about the paper's legacy, and its future.  

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The Leonard Lopate Show

America's Forgotten Nuclear Legacy

Wednesday, November 06, 2013

John Emshwiller, the lead reporter on the Wall Street Journal’s year-long investigation on a nuclear cleanup effort, discusses the enormous job of cleaning up job of nuclear contamination that occurred during the Cold War—Waste Lands: America's Forgotten Nuclear Legacy. Residue, left by the routine processing as well as the occasional mishandling of nuclear material, exists in almost three dozen states. Emshwiller discusses how those cleanup efforts have been carried out and what the public knows about them.

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The Brian Lehrer Show

Obama's Rocky Economic Road: Summers Withdraws, Budget Showdown Looms

Monday, September 16, 2013

This week, President Obama is facing economic challenges from both sides of the aisle. Republicans are threatening a government shutdown over the 2014 budget and the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. And pressure from liberal Senators led to Lawrence Summer withdrawing his name from consideration for Fed Chairman over the weekend. Wall Street Journal reporter Elizabeth Williamson discusses the latest from both stories.

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Transportation Nation

Wall Street Journal Editor Has Even More to Say on Bike Share

Friday, June 07, 2013


When the Wall Street Journal's Dorothy Rabinowitz called Citi Bike a product of Mayor Bloomberg's "autocratic, totalitarian" mind, the reaction wasn't exactly muted.  New York Magazine concocted a Venn diagram addressing why conservatives hate Citi Bike (hint: it's vaguely French), and even Jon Stewart jumped in with"Slow Down, Lady Hunger Games!" and a hefty 5 1/2 minute segment. Now, Rabinowitz is back for more.

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On The Media

On the Media: Facts Wrong "In Cold Blood"?

Friday, February 15, 2013

Last week, The Wall Street Journal reported on decades-old documents that have recently come to light which point to significant fabrications in two chapters of Capote’s masterwork, including one of it’s most thrilling moments.

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On The Media

The Wall Street Journal Disappears an Error

Friday, July 29, 2011

In the wake of the Oslo attacks, The Wall Street Journal published an editorial blaming the violence on Islamic extremists. When further reporting revealed that the killer wasn’t a Muslim, the Journal changed its editorial online without issuing any sort of correction. Craig Silverman, who tracks newspaper corrections at his website Regret the Error, tells Bob that the Journal acted dishonestly. 

(You can see the original article here, and the edited one over here.) 

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WSJ Exec Les Hinton Resigns Amid Phone Hacking Scandal

Friday, July 15, 2011

Les Hinton, the CEO of Dow Jones and the man who oversaw operations at the Wall Street Journal, has resigned in what is the first U.S. casualty of the phone-hacking scandal in Britain.


The Empire

Cuomo gets the Paterson question

Tuesday, November 09, 2010

At their first formal meeting together in midtown today, the out-going governor and incoming governor spoke about being long-time friends and having worked together.

Then, a Wall Street Journal reporter asked about the two (yes, two) investigations into Paterson, that Cuomo's office conducted.

The answer was not long.

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Transportation Nation

WSJ Finds Gas Mileage for Airlines. Will it Change Your Choice?

Friday, August 13, 2010

It's was a wonderful piece of reporting this week in the Middle Seat column of the Wall Street Journal: a review of DOT data, yielding what amounts to an MPG rating for the airlines.  Alaska came out on top, with a bit of luck (like being West Coast-based) and some good practices (like shutting down engines quickly at the gate).  The worst guzzlers turn out to the three biggest U.S. carriers.

But here's the big question: would information like this -- that getting you from LAX to JFK sucks around 10 gallons more fuel on Delta than it does on JetBlue on average -- cause you to change who you buy your ticket from?  Let us know in the comments.

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The Leonard Lopate Show

War at the Wall Street Journal

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Sarah Ellison tells the story of Rupert Murdoch's $5 billion acquisition of the Wall Street Journal.

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Studio 360

Small Street Journal

Friday, January 19, 2007

The Wall Street Journal has a new look – the paper recently shaved off a few inches of its width. In this week’s installment of Design for the Real World, we asked design guru Chee Pearlman to give us the skinny on the new format.