Opinion | The FBI’s 2016 Abuse Turns Criminal

At last, some accountability for the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s outrageous intervention in the 2016 presidential campaign. On Friday U.S.

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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 | Where Is the U.S.-U.K. Trade Deal?

The third round of negotiations between the United States and the United Kingdom for a new trade deal has come

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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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