WSJ

From 도훈이집
Jump to: navigation, search
  • 21586 Why Israel Keeps Having Elections–And What’s at Stake
    After nearly a year of political paralysis, Israel is holding another election. As Benjamin Netanyahu is weakened by corruption charges and Israel seeks a long term truce with Hamas in Gaza, here’s what the prolonged uncertainty means for the country and its economy. Photo: Oded Balilty/Associate... [anonymous]
  • 21585 Multiple People Killed During Molson Coors Shooting
    Six people are dead after a mass shooting Wednesday at the Molson Coors Beverage facility in Milwaukee, according to law-enforcement officials. Photo: Morry Gash/AP Images [anonymous]
  • 21584 Trump Announces Pence Will Lead Coronavirus Response
    In a news conference Wednesday, President Trump appointed Vice President Pence to lead the government’s efforts to combat coronavirus. Photo: Erik S. Lesser/Shutterstock [anonymous]
  • 21583 Opinion: Reality Sets in for Desperate Democratic Candidates
    Highlights from CBS News's Democratic presidential debate on Feb. 25, 2020 demonstrate the candidates' rising desperation as they realize Donald Trump could win another term in office. Image: Jonathan Ernst/Reuters [anonymous]
  • 21582 Opinion: Democratic Candidates Share Personal Mottos and Misconceptions
    During the Democratic debate on Feb. 25, 2020, the candidates shared the biggest misconception about themselves, as well as their personal mottos. Image: Win McNamee/Getty Images [anonymous]
  • 21581 Opinion: Cuba Haunts Sanders in Democratic Debate
    During the Democratic debate on Feb. 25, 2020, Sen. Sanders was asked about his previous remarks praising the authoritarian government of Cuba. Image: Jim Lo Scalzo/Shutterstock [anonymous]
  • 21580 Opinion: Democrats Are Weaponizing the Coronavirus Against Trump
    Wonder Land: During the Democratic debate on Feb. 25, 2020, several candidates railed against the Trump administration's coronavirus strategy, despite progress made by several programs currently working to prevent the spread of the virus. Image: Luca Zennaro/Shutterstock [anonymous]
  • 21579 Coronavirus Threatens Tokyo Olympics
    The 2020 Olympics in Tokyo could be postponed or canceled if the coronavirus can’t be contained in the next three months, according to a senior member of the International Olympic Committee. The financial stakes are huge. Photo: Jae C. Hong/AP [anonymous]
  • 21578 Democratic Presidential Candidates Outline a Response to Coronavirus
    Democratic candidates at South Carolina’s presidential debate criticized how President Trump has handled the coronavirus outbreak so far and laid out their own proposals. Photo: Win McNamee/Getty Images [anonymous]
  • 21577 Democratic Candidates Target Bernie Sanders in Debate
    Candidates questioned whether Bernie Sanders could beat President Trump in a general election during the Democratic presidential debate in South Carolina. Photo: Win McNamee/Getty Images [anonymous]
  • 21576 Bloomberg Again Faces Questions About ‘Stop-and-Frisk’ Policy
    Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg was asked during the Democratic presidential debate about the policy known as stop-and-frisk while he was in office, and whether it amounted to racial profiling. Photo: Patrick Semansky/Associated Press [anonymous]
  • 21575 Opinion: Is Bernie Sanders the Next George McGovern?
    Politics & Ideas: Nominating a far-left Democratic candidate could result in a presidential race that mirrors the Nixon-McGovern contest in 1972. Image: Associated Press/Zuma Wire/Composite: Brad Howard [anonymous]
  • 21574 Deadly Protests Break Out in India During Trump’s Official Visit
    At least 10 people were killed in protests against a controversial citizenship law. The violent clashes between supporters and opponents of the legislation broke out while President Trump was in India for an official visit. Photo: str/Shutterstock [anonymous]
  • 21573 Coronavirus Is Having a Bigger Impact on Global Airlines Than 9/11, Analysts Say
    A wave of disruptions to air travel following the coronavirus epidemic has led to an 80% drop in traffic at China’s busiest airports. WSJ explains why some analysts expect the impact on the global aviation industry could be greater than that of SARS or 9/11. Photo: Alex Plavevski/Shutterstock [anonymous]
  • 21572 How Governments Shut Down the Internet
    Governments around the world are shutting down the internet, saying it's needed to prevent protests or cheating on exams. But critics say blocking expression and access to information violates human rights. Here’s how internet shutdowns work. Photo: NYUNT WIN/EPA/SHUTTERSTOCK [anonymous]
  • 21571 Three Reasons Bernie Sanders Has Been Left Unscathed by Opponents
    Democratic candidates have been relatively easy on Bernie Sanders. WSJ’s Gerald F. Seib explains why his opponents have been reluctant to go after the Vermont senator. Photo: Drew Angerer/Getty Images [anonymous]
  • 21570 Opinion: Cuba’s Revolution Should Make Voters Wary of Bernie Sanders
    Cuban-American U.S. Senator Marco Rubio responded to the rise of Democratic Socialist Bernie Sanders’s presidential campaign on Feb. 24, 2020. Image: Brian Cahn/ZUMA Wire [anonymous]
  • 21569 'Namaste Trump!': What’s Behind the Trump-Modi Bromance
    President Trump received a rock star welcome from Prime Minister Narendra Modi, as the two leaders of the world’s largest democracies meet in India. WSJ’s Eric Bellman explores whether Trump and Modi’s chemistry is as strong as it looks. Photo: Money Sharma/AFP via Getty Images [anonymous]
  • 21568 South Korea on Red Alert as Coronavirus Cases Soar
    South Korea raised its alert status to the highest level after it became the most coronavirus-hit country outside of China. WSJ's Dasl Yoon reports from Daegu, the city at the center of the country's outbreak, which has become a virtual ghost town. Photo: Jean Chung for The Wall Street Jour... [anonymous]
  • 21567 New Coronavirus Cases Surge Outside China
    As new pockets of infection have emerged outside China, Italy, South Korea and Iran are scrambling to contain the spread of the coronavirus. Photo: Zuma Press [anonymous]
  • 21566 Opinion: Hits and Misses of the Week
    The week's best and worst from Kim Strassel, Kyle Peterson and Dan Henninger. Image: Aleksey Nikolskyi/Getty Images [anonymous]
  • 21565 Opinion: Can López Obrador Survive a Weak Economy?
    The Americas: The July 2021 midterm elections in Mexico could go poorly for President López Obrador if the economy remains stagnant. Image: Henry Romero/Reuters [anonymous]
  • 21564 Bernie Sanders Wins Nevada as Democratic Rivals Look Ahead
    Sen. Bernie Sanders celebrated his victory in the Nevada caucuses Saturday while his rivals tried to rally supporters ahead of upcoming races. Photo: Eric Gay/Associated Press [anonymous]
  • 21563 Sanders Addresses Supporters After Nevada Race Called
    Sen. Bernie Sanders addressed supporters in Texas after he was declared the winner of the Nevada Caucuses Saturday. Photo: Mike Segar/Reuters [anonymous]
  • 21562 Opinion: Clint Eastwood's 'Richard Jewell' Is an American Tragedy
    Directed by Clint Eastwood and based on true events, 'Richard Jewell' is a story of what happens when what is reported as fact obscures the truth. This short featurette looks at how Mr. Eastwood brought the story to life. Image/Video: Warner Bros. [anonymous]
  • 21561 Coronavirus Hits Companies in China, But They Still Have Reason to Stay
    Coronavirus and trade tensions are testing the stability of global supply chains. While that’s pushed some businesses to consider loosening their ties with China, WSJ explains why leaving the “factory of the world” is easier said than done. Photo: China Daily via Reuters [anonymous]
  • 21560 Coronavirus Spreads in South Korea
    At least one person has died and the number of confirmed coronavirus cases has risen in South Korea, where authorities have decided to put in place special measures against the spread of the virus. Photo: Kim Jun-beom/Associated Press [anonymous]
  • 21559 The Risks and Rewards of Mobile Voting
    Being able to vote on our phones would make the process faster, easier and more accessible for most. But it also introduces new privacy and security concerns. Is mobile voting inevitable or inherently unsafe? Photo: Storyblocks [anonymous]
  • 21558 How You Cast a Vote Depends on Where You Live. Here’s Why
    There’s no standardized voting method in the U.S., which can lead to uncertainty when things go wrong. But some experts say the patchwork of systems may help keep elections safe. WSJ’s Lorie Hirose explains. [anonymous]
  • 21557 Opinion: Bloomberg Battered by Progressive Democrats in Debate
    Potomac Watch: Highlights from NBC News's Democratic presidential debate on Feb. 19, 2020, in which Michael Bloomberg is piled on by other candidates including Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden. Image: Bridget Bennett/AFP via Getty Images [anonymous]