Half of Israelis Want Netanyahu Out. But Do They Want Benny Gantz In?
By all rights, the ex-army chief gunning for Mr. Netanyahu’s job should be in a commanding position heading into the Sept. 17 vote. But his missteps have kept the race even.
House Opens Tech Antitrust Inquiry With Look at Threat to News Media
Local journalism has been pushed “to the verge of extinction,” said a member of a committee that plans 18 months of hearings and other scrutiny of the big technology platforms.
End Legacy College Admissions
A country struggling with deeply rooted inequality need not continue an affirmative action program for successful families.
Wisconsin Man Accused in Illegal THC Vaping Cartridge Scheme
A Wisconsin man is accused of running a 10-man operation that manufactured thousands of counterfeit vaping cartridges loaded with THC oil every day for almost two years, authorities said.
As C-Span Turns 40, a Top Executive Reflects on Bringing Cameras to Congress
On March 19, 1979, C-Span went live with its first public broadcast. We talked to one of its chief executives about its push for transparency in Washington.