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Wikipedia's Wales Calls Ed Snowden an 'American Hero’ "In an interview in Hong Kong, Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales tells the WSJ what he thinks about U.S. intelligence leaker Edward Snowden." blogs.wsj.com
In an interview, Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales tells The Wall Street Journal's Ramy Inocencio what he thinks about U.S. intelligence leaker Edward Snowden.
In New Mexico, a jury of your peers may include someone who doesn’t understand English.
A group of tea-party and conservative organizations urged Sen. Lamar Alexander (R., Tenn.) to retire.
BlackBerry Ltd. is up for sale, but there may be few buyers even among Asian handset makers eager to expand globally.
Indonesia Detains Suspect Connected to Failed Bomb Plot - Southeast Asia Real Time - WSJ blogs.wsj.com
Indonesian police have detained a person who may have been connected to a failed plot to bomb Myanmar’s embassy in Jakarta in retaliation for the treatment of Muslims in that country.
Politics Top Stories How the Left Wing Learned to Love Hillary Clinton Obama Already Broke His Pledge on Surveilla
President Barack Obama was a lawyer before he became a politician, but on Friday he broke one of the most basic legal rules: He publicly discussed a sealed indictment.
Manila Elephant to Stay Put, Despite Push by Powerful Pals - Southeast Asia Real Time - WSJ blogs.wsj.com
Mali, an 39-year-old elephant in the Manila Zoo, will stay put, despite a push to get her to a Thai sanctuary.
The Indian countryside isn't known for rolling vineyards and expansive wine estates, but the nation is now producing enough wine to export to 22 countries.
Here is what to do when your employees are no longer enthusiastic about their work.
The Journal provides analysis of the final round of the PGA Championship.
Senior Republicans expressed concern about President Obama's proposal to add a privacy advocate at the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.
In the next few weeks, the way investors get advice could change forever.
Food-stamp use rose 2.4% in the U.S. in May from a year earlier, with more than 15% of the U.S. population receiving benefits.
With the help of a leading First Amendment litigator, an upstate New York strip club is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to decide whether it's entitled to the same tax breaks granted to ballets and opera houses.
Live Blog: Obama's Friday Press Conference -- Surveillance, Russia, Snowden and More - Washington Wire - WSJ blogs.wsj.com
President Barack Obama gives his first press conference in months on Friday, in which he is expected to announce new measures to increase transparency on government surveillance programs, as well as answer questions on many contentious topics.
House Republicans issued a subpoena on Friday seeking to compel the Internal Revenue Service to hand over documents.
The U.S. Treasury extended the time it will suspend investments in a federal worker retiree fund until Oct. 11, a maneuver intended to allow the government to remain below the debt ceiling. Without the extension, it would have expired Friday.
Same-Sex Couples Face Higher Bar to Make Angel Investments - Venture Capital Dispatch - WSJ blogs.wsj.com
A group of startup attorneys, angel investors and entrepreneurs aims to expand the SEC’s definition of accredited investor to prevent discrimination of same-sex couples. The group says that despite the recent Supreme Court ruling on the Defense of Marriag
Gilas, the Philippine national basketball team, has benefactor, businessman Manuel Pangilinan - Southeast Asia Real Time - WSJ blogs.wsj.com
As Gilas, the Philippine national basketball team, starts its campaign to get back on the world stage, no one is more nervous than its main benefactor, businessman Manuel Pangilinan.