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Opinion | Israel’s Proposed Judicial Reforms Aren’t ‘Extreme’

They’ll provide a necessary check on a court with nearly unlimited power to dictate economic and political life. Source link

Opinion | Liz Truss’s Tories Struggle to Get Britain’s Economic Mojo Back

The U.K.’s new prime minister, Liz Truss, has an ambitious plan to revive her country’s flagging economy. It’s the only plan any British politician or economist has been...

Opinion | How the Ukraine War Is Transforming Germany

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz promised in February to overhaul his country in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Six months after this Zeitenwende—turning point—it’s going better than many...

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Donald Trump taken off stage during rally after apparent gunshots; Secret Service says he is safe

Donald Trump’s campaign said in a statement that he was “fine” after being whisked off the stage at a rally in Butler, Pennsylvania...

Call your shot: Investors are buying individual stocks at a record pace as market-beating bets dwindle to lowest ever

More investors are calling their shots and picking out individual stocks to buy as market gains become concentrated in an increasingly narrow range...

A trip to Shanghai’s AI mega-conference showed me that China’s developers are still playing catch-up to Silicon Valley

Last week, Shanghai hosted China’s largest AI event: The World Artificial Intelligence Conference (WAIC), with 500 exhibitors, 1,500 exhibits, over 300,000 attendees, and...

Trailers of the week: Captain America, F1, and Gladiator II

There’s a bit of a theme of payoff in this week’s trailers. Anthony Mackie finally takes the lead on the big screen after...

U.S. corporate bankruptcies are soaring above the pandemic-era peak, adding to the economic alarms bells piling up

The number of U.S. companies that filed for bankruptcy last month topped the highs seen during the early stages of the pandemic in...