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  • 20282 Why Midwest Flooding Is Particularly Bad This Spring
    The spring 2019 outlook from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration contained a warning: portions of the Midwest were due for major flooding. WSJ talks with a National Weather Service representative to learn what’s behind the prediction. Photo: Getty Images [anonymous]
  • 20281 This Was Supposed to Be a Samsung Galaxy Fold Video Review
    WSJ's Joanna Stern had big plans to review Samsung's first foldable phone. Then other Samsung phone screens started breaking and she accidentally began to peel off the screen protector that's not really a screen protector. Here's her non-review. [anonymous]
  • 20280 Why Mueller Didn't Charge Trump With Obstruction
    In Robert Mueller's report on Russian interference in the 2016 election, the special counsel looked at several actions by the president but avoided judgement on whether President Trump obstructed justice. WSJ's Gerald F. Seib explains. Photo Illustration: Adele Morgan [anonymous]
  • 20279 The Legal Logic of the Mueller Report
    Special counsel Robert Mueller’s report found insufficient evidence of a criminal conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia. The question of obstruction proved more challenging. WSJ’s Ashby Jones analyzes the legal underpinnings of the report. Photo illustration: Laura Kammermann [anonymous]
  • 20278 Trump Following Mueller Report Release: 'I'm Having a Good Day'
    In remarks at a White House event for the Wounded Warriors Project, President Trump celebrated the Mueller report release, saying "no collusion," "no obstruction," and "this should never happen to another president again." [anonymous]
  • 20277 The Mueller Report: Why Sections Still Aren’t Public
    Attorney General William Barr identified four specific categories for redaction in the Mueller report before it was released to Congress and the public. Here’s a look at the categories and where there could be points of contention. Photo illustration: Laura Kammermann [anonymous]
  • 20276 Attorney General Barr Summarizes Findings of the Mueller Report
    Attorney General William Barr summarized the conclusions of special counsel Robert Mueller's report at a news conference prior to the report's being made public. Mr. Barr said the report found "no underlying collusion with Russia." Photo: AP [anonymous]
  • 20275 Mueller Report Release
    Watch live coverage of reaction from the report from special counsel Robert Mueller [anonymous]
  • 20274 Opinion: Canada’s Jason Kenney: “Scrap The Carbon Tax Cash Grab”
    A clip from United Conservative Party leader Jason Kenney’s victory speech on April 16, 2019. The next premier of Alberta won 63 of the 87 seats in the legislature. Image: Reuters [anonymous]
  • 20273 Mueller Follows a Long Line of Prosecutors Investigating Presidents
    Robert Mueller wasn't the U.S.'s first independent counsel, and he likely won't be the last. WSJ’s Lorie Hirose takes a look at how past presidents have been investigated. Photo illustration: Laura Kammermann [anonymous]
  • 20272 Opinion: Socialist ‘Millionaire’ Bernie Sanders on Bestselling Book
    During a Fox News Town hall, a momentarily silenced Bernie Sanders answered questions including how he has benefitted from President Trump’s tax cuts, and how much he donates to charity. Image: Getty [anonymous]
  • 20271 Opinion: Sarah Sanders on Mueller Report: “We Consider This Case Closed”
    Ahead of the release of the edited version of the Mueller report, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders told ‘Fox News Sunday’ that the full report would not hurt President Trump. Image: Bloomberg [anonymous]
  • 20270 Opinion: Neomi Rao: “No Constitutional Reason” For Agency Disparity
    Speaking to the Brookings Institution in January 2018, Former White House regulatory czar Neomi Rao said “there is no constitutional reason to treat independent agencies as distinct from other agencies, at least in so far as they are issuing regulations.” Image: Getty [anonymous]
  • 20269 Inside Sneaker Con: 500% Markups and Millions in Profit
    Sneaker Con co-founder Yu-Ming Wu and Hayden Sharitt, a 21-year-old resale business owner, take us inside the industry where some sellers make millions of dollars on pre-owned shoes, as they attend a sneaker trading show in Cleveland. Photo/Illustration: Tyler Clark/Drew Evans [anonymous]
  • 20268 Bill Weld's 2020 Run and the Implications of a Primary Challenge
    Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld announced he will challenge President Trump for the Republican presidential nomination. WSJ's Gerald F. Seib explains why it matters. Photo: AP [anonymous]
  • 20267 Listings of the Week: April 27, 2019
    Tour the five luxury homes featured in our Listing of the Day series this week [anonymous]
  • 20266 Macron: Rebuilding Notre Dame Cathedral Is 'France's destiny'
    As French officials assess the damage from the fire that engulfed Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, President Emmanuel Macron vowed to rebuild the iconic Gothic church. Photo: Associated Press [anonymous]
  • 20265 Opinion: Buttigieg: Telling A Different Story To “Make America Great Again”
    Democratic Mayor Peter Buttigieg officially announced his run for the Presidency on April 14, 2019. He urged listeners to “walk away from politics of the past and towards something completely different.” Image: Getty [anonymous]
  • 20264 Opinion: Trump on Notre Dame: “Part Of Our Growing Up, Culture, Lives”
    Speaking from Burnsville, Minnesota, President Trump reacted to news of the fire at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. Image: AFP/Getty [anonymous]
  • 20263 Opinion: Notre Dame: Parisians Sing Hymns As Cathedral Burns
    Parisians gathered at the Pont de la Tournelle near Notre Dame Cathedral to sing hymns, after a huge fire destroyed much of the structure’s roof and spire. Image: AFP/Getty [anonymous]
  • 20262 A Well-Funded Campaign Does Not Guarantee Success
    President Trump’s re-election campaign announced that it had raised more than $30 million in the first quarter of 2019, and that it had $40 million in cash on hand. Does a well funded campaign guarantee presidential success? WSJ's Gerald F. Seib explains. Photo: Getty [anonymous]
  • 20261 Notre Dame Cathedral Fire: The View From the Streets
    WSJ Correspondent Sam Schechner reports from the streets of Paris as thousands of people stop to watch a huge fire rip through Notre Dame Cathedral. Photo: EPA [anonymous]
  • 20260 Notre Dame Cathedral Burns in Paris
    Firefighters are battling a fire in Paris at the iconic Notre Dame Cathedral. It wasn't immediately known what caused the blaze but the church had been undergoing a $6.8 million renovation. Photo: Getty [anonymous]
  • 20259 Notre Dame Fire
    Watch live coverage of a fire at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris [anonymous]
  • 20258 Opinion: Sanctuary Cities: Trump Statement, Democrat’s Response
    As migrants continue their journey to the U.S., President Trump said he’s considering funnelling detained illegal immigrants into self-declared sanctuary cities. In response, California’s Democratic Senator said "We welcome immigrants in San Francisco.” Image: Pep Companys/AFP/Getty [anonymous]
  • 20257 In the Elevator With the Venture Capitalist Backing Only Female-Led Companies
    WSJ's Joanna Stern "bumps into" Anu Duggal, founder of the Female Founders Fund, and asks her about the companies she has backed, the roadblocks women face when seeking capital and the best way to run a meeting. Photo: Rob Alcaraz/The Wall Street Journal [anonymous]
  • 20256 Opinion: Washington Explodes Over Barr's 'Spygate'
    While Attorney General William Barr wants facts about surveillance of Trump, Democrats accuse him of going "off-the-rails" and covering up for the President. The team discuss the finer detail surrounding developments. Image: Getty [anonymous]
  • 20255 Opinion: The Democrats Embrace Medicare for All
    Bernie Sanders unveils a new 'Medicare For All' plan that's co-sponsored by Democratic presidential rivals Cory Booker, Kirsten Gillibrand, Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren. But can the Vermont Senator's bumper sticker survive scrutiny? Image: Getty [anonymous]
  • 20254 Opinion: Maxine Waters Embarrassing Grilling of Bank CEOs Over Student Debt
    Kim Strassel, Kyle Peterson, Mary O'Grady and Dan Henninger discuss their hits and misses of the week which include the unintended consequences of Special Counsel investigations, Britain's National Health Service and the 'Black Hole' astro-physicists. Image: AFP [anonymous]
  • 20253 The CEO of CVS on the Aetna Deal
    CVS CEO Larry J. Merlo discusses the long-term opportunities of health care for the company with Barron's Associate Editor Jack Hough. [anonymous]