Wall Street Journal columnist James Taranto is not a rape apologist. He's not a woman hater. He only attacks sexual assault victims to help other women.
We've considered types of book readers before, from the hate-reader to the multi-tasking bibliophile, but it's time to analyze another sort. Some people are plagued with guilt about the books they've left undone.
Journal editorial board member Dorothy Rabinowitz has become the most blogged-about nemesis of New York's new bike-sharing program yet, with media critics, liberal opinionators, and regular old bike-riders jumping on her comments about transportation "totalitarians." What gives?
On the lighter side of news today is a great story in The Wall Street Journal by E.S. Browning about how retirees are partying it up in Florida.
The Wall Street Journal's new NYIndex is a little jarring — Michael Bloomberg and Mario Cuomo get thrown down past Chris Christie on a separate entry for politics, law, and government. But it is New York Fashion Week, after all.
Less than a day after The New York Times revealed Chinese malware experts had cracked into its employee computer system, The Wall Street Journal said Thursday afternoon that it, too, has been "infiltrated." How bad was it, and is the Chinese government involved?
Since when did Politico become the media's biggest shot thrower? In this morning's Playbook email, Politico's Mike Allen took some shots at the Wall Street Journal for their big fiscal cliff story.
If you are one of those people who really, really hates it when your loved ones have to leave, whether for weeks or days or minutes,, you may be interested in a piece in today's Wall Street Journal that deals with the topic of separation anxiety in adults.
Today in The Wall Street Journal Sue Shellenbarger discusses a type of coworker you've surely had the occasion to work with, assuming you've been working in an office environment for any time at all. This is, Shellenbarger writes, the "workplace whiner."
Conservatives might talk about running the government like a business, but they don't actually think we should do that.
Zynga doesn't think there's anything wrong with forcing certain employees to give up their soon-to-be-very valuable stock options.
Newspaper maintains that editorial integrity was what sunk the WSJ Europe Publisher
The Guardian reports the European publisher quit over a scheme to boost print sales
Les Hinton, will testify about the News Corp. phone hacking scandal later this month
The billionaire investor takes on the media mogul over taxing the rich
The post-holiday media moves require a scorecard to keep track of
The New York Observer joins the small group of people supporting News Corp.'s CEO
The Murdoch-owned paper argues that politicians and rivals are exploiting the scandal
On the WSJ's 'Fox-ification,' Google's origins, and a slavery lesson for Bachmann
The New York Times paints a much more lively picture than the Journal
Web security expert shreds Journal's Wikileaks clone
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