Opinion | The Treatment That Could Crush Covid

More than 500 clinical trials are under way world-wide in the race to find an effective treatment for Covid-19. Everybody

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Opinion | Justice-FTC Antitrust Feud Is the Wrong Kind of Competition

The Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday reversed a district judge’s ruling that imposed antitrust liability on Qualcomm,

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Opinion | A Defeat for Antitrust Adventurism

Terrific news. The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday, in a 3-0 ruling, smacked down government lawyers who sought

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Opinion | Seattle’s Best Resigns

On Monday Carmen Best shocked Seattle by resigning as police chief. It was her last act of public service, coming

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Opinion | The Putin Vaccine Gambit

Remember when Vladimir Putin showed a video to visiting filmmaker Oliver Stone of a Russian helicopter firing on Islamic State

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Opinion | Bill Barr’s Greatest Legal Defeat

Over the course of his sterling legal career, Attorney General William Barr hasn’t lost very often in court. But looking

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Opinion | Blackballing Chinese Stocks

The Trump Administration is hardening its line against Beijing on many fronts, including a ban on some Chinese tech platforms.

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Opinion | How Lockdowns Fuel Inequality

Business Insider, known for click-bait, last weekend tweeted out a nine-minute video on inequality and billionaire wealth during the pandemic.

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Opinion | When Your Favorite Companies Go Woke

Not long ago, the terms “corporate America” and “corporate culture” were synonymous with staid country-club Republican values. Corporate America has

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Opinion | Antitrust Can’t Bust a Monopoly of Ideas

The House Judiciary Committee’s Antitrust Subcommittee grilled the CEOs of Apple, Alphabet, Facebook and Amazon last week about alleged anticompetitive

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