Wall Street Journal
Speaking with students during her weeklong tour of China, Michelle Obama touted the power of study abroad programs as an important portion of U.S. foreign policy and encouraged youth from all races and socioeconomic backgrounds to pursue educational diversity.
Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., is filing a lawsuit that would force Congress and its staffers to purchase their insurance from the federal health care exchanges without exemptions carved out by the Office of Personnel Management.
The pilots of Asiana Flight 214, which crashed in San Francisco in July, as well as the airline, are raising the possibility that a key device that controls the Boeing 777′s speed may have malfunctioned, an aviation expert familiar with the investigation into the crash said Tuesday.
Brushing aside Senate panel queries into whether he might step down, Attorney General Eric Holder suggested he would only do so because of “fatigue,” or when he has accomplished his goals.
The Democratic sponsor of the defeated gun-control plan says it would have passed easily, if not for the National Rifle Association.
Social media giant Twitter is among the latest U.S. companies to report that it is among a growing list of victims of Internet security attacks, saying that hackers may have gained access to information on 250,000 of its more than 200 million active users. And now, The Washington Post is joining the chorus, revealing the discovery of a sophisticated cyberattack in 2011.
The Washington region is well off financially. The area sits atop The Wall Street Journal’s list of America’s richest cities.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney lays out a new strategy for the Middle East in an op-ed piece in Monday’s Wall Street Journal.