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Google, Facebook Pressure Falls Short as Antitrust Measures Advance in House Committee

WASHINGTON—A House committee approved far-reaching legislation to curb the market dominance of tech giants, including Alphabet Inc.’s Google and Facebook…

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News

Infrastructure negotiators agree to framework for nearly $1 trillion package

WASHINGTON — Members of a bipartisan group negotiating a roughly $1 trillion infrastructure proposal said they had agreed to a framework for…

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Opinion

Opinion | Big Win for Property Rights

The Supreme Court’s conservative majority so far this term hasn’t broken new Constitutional ground with its narrow rulings. That changed…

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Opinion

Opinion | Surprise: Education Wins in Newark

By The Editorial Board Close The Editorial Board June 23, 2021 6:19 pm ET A teacher looks over the work…

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News

North Korea Gives the U.S. the Cold Shoulder on Nuclear Talks

SEOUL—In nuclear diplomacy with the U.S., North Korea is playing hard to get, for now. The Kim Jong Un regime…

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News

U.S. Seizes Internet Domains Tied to Iran’s Government

The Iranian government-run website presstv.com was seized by U.S. authorities on Tuesday. Tehran has condemned previous U.S. seizures of websites…

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Opinion

Opinion | A Bipartisan Missile Buildup

Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev and President Ronald Reagan sign the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty in the White House,…

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Technology

WSJ News Exclusive | Amazon’s Planned Purchase of MGM Faces FTC Scrutiny

WASHINGTON—The Federal Trade Commission will be the agency to review Amazon . com Inc.’s proposed acquisition of Hollywood studio MGM,…

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Opinion

Opinion | Justice Gorsuch’s Antitrust Tutorial

Photo: Keith Srakocic/Associated Press Congress is gearing up to pass new antitrust laws that scrap the consumer-welfare standard that has…

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States

SEC Wants More Climate Disclosures. Businesses Are Preparing for a Fight

WASHINGTON—The Securities and Exchange Commission is preparing to require public companies to disclose more information about how they respond to…

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