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The Wall Street Journal

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The Omicron Non-Emergency

Vaccine mandates are hurting hospitals, as a judge blocks Biden’s on healthcare workers.

Democrats Have a Waukesha Problem

The massacre at a Christmas parade reveals the dangers of their crime policies.

Fans Pour Funding—and Faith—Into a Hit Drama About Jesus

Crowdfunding has raised millions for ‘The Chosen,’ an ambitious series exploring characters from the New Testament. Fans have already chipped in enough for three seasons—and are driving ticket sales for a Christmas special coming to movie theaters.

Stocks, Oil Drop on Concerns Over New Covid-19 Variant

Treasury yields slide as investors shed riskier assets and pile into havens.

U.S. Jobless Claims Reach 52-Year Low

Initial claims for jobless benefits fell last week to 199,000

Kyle Rittenhouse and the Left’s Terrifying Assault on Due Process

They want revolutionary justice. The legal system’s verdict will be supplanted by the people’s judgment.

The Coddling of American Children Is a Boon to Beijing

In China, my son had to study hard. Here in the U.S., he just needs to bring a ‘healthy snack’ to school.

The Kamikaze Democrats

Pelosi and Biden march swing-district House Members to the end of their careers.

The Impossible Insurrection of January 6

The right couldn’t stage a coup because liberals dominate nearly every institution of American politics and culture. Yet liberals refuse to see it. After the...

House Votes 220 to 213 to Pass $2 Trillion Social Spending and Climate Bill

Democrats persuade a slim majority to approve the centerpiece of President Biden’s economic agenda, though the bill now faces an evenly divided Senate.

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