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Motorola Razr vs. Samsung Galaxy Z Flip: The Musical Review | WSJ

Thanks to foldable screens, flip phones are back—and so are their satisfying sounds. WSJ's Joanna Stern attempts to make a song out of clicks and clacks that ...

Inside the U.S. Coronavirus Quarantine | WSJ

WSJ's Shan Li and Stephanie Yang were quarantined for 11 days in China's Hubei province, the epicenter of the coronavirus, before returning to the U.S. The ...

How Scientists Are Trying to Develop a Coronavirus Vaccine | WSJ

Scientists racing to find a vaccine for the Wuhan coronavirus are hoping a cutting-edge approach called “rapid response platforms” will quickly yield a ...

Why the U.S. Is Vulnerable to an Iranian Cyberattack | WSJ

U.S. tensions with Iran have escalated after the assassination of Gen. Qassem Soleimani, and experts are worried about retaliatory cyberattacks. Cybersecurity ...

Samsung Galaxy S20 First Look: Three Phones, 5G, So Many Cameras | WSJ

This year's flagships from Samsung—the Galaxy S20, S20+, S20 Ultra—are packed. But can you tell them apart? WSJ's Joanna Stern explains how they differ in ...

How the U.S. Government Obtains and Uses Cellphone Location Data | WSJ

The U.S. government is using app-generated marketing data based on the movements of millions of cellphones around the country for some forms of law ...

How Aramco Became the Biggest Company in the World | WSJ

The forces that propelled Aramco's growth from a single well to the biggest oil producer in the world are changing underfoot. Now that the company has sold ...

Watch Live: State of the Union 2020 | WSJ

Watch live as Donald Trump addresses the nation in the 2020 State of the Union. Stay tuned for the Democrats' response. More from the Wall Street Journal: ...

As One Brexit Countdown Ends, Another Begins | WSJ

After years of uncertainty and missed deadlines, the U.K. is finally leaving the EU. But the Brexit drama may not be over as the U.K. enters a new phase of ...

How Tesla's Stock Jumped 200% in Half a Year | WSJ

WSJ's Tim Higgins explores how CEO Elon Musk turned Tesla into the most valuable U.S. auto maker of all time. Photo: Philip Pacheco/Getty Images More from ...

Why Tech Firms Flock to Expensive Cities | WSJ

New York City's "Silicon Alley" is back — this time, on the west side of Manhattan. WSJ explains why tech companies tend to cluster in the same neighborhoods.

What the Biggest Swing County in Iowa Says About 2020 | WSJ

Howard County, Iowa, voted by more than 20 percentage points for Obama in 2012 and more than 20 percentage points for Trump in 2016. WSJ's John ...

The Controversy Behind Nike’s Vaporfly Running Shoe, Explained | WSJ

Nike's Vaporfly shoes have become a popular choice for both elite and amateur runners. But the shoes may soon be banned in professional competitions if ...

Can Hydrogen Fuel the World's Fast-Growing Energy Needs? | WSJ

Some of the world's largest companies are exploring hydrogen as a potential solution to growing energy needs. WSJ's Neanda Salvaterra investigates whether ...

How California Wildfires Forced PG&E to Declare Bankruptcy | WSJ

PG&E power lines were blamed for 2018's Camp Fire, the deadliest wildfire in California's history. But it was just one of 1900 fires sparked by the utility since ...

The British Monarchy's Money, Explained | WSJ

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's plans to become “financially independent” have put the royal family's finances into the spotlight. WSJ's Max Colchester ...

The Best and Worst U.S. Airlines of 2019 | WSJ

With more and more people taking flight each year, there's a lot that can go wrong. WSJ's Scott McCartney tallies the data for a definitive look at which airlines ...

How the Quds Force Extended Iran's Influence in the Region | WSJ

Maj. Gen. Qassem Soleimani, who was killed in a U.S. drone strike on Jan. 3, was the commander of Iran's Quds Force. WSJ explains how this arm of Iran's ...

How China's New Cryptocurrency Could Challenge Facebook's Libra | WSJ

Beijing is preparing to launch its own cryptocurrency, a move that could potentially lead to greater state control. WSJ's Steven Russolillo takes a look at official ...

How This Radical House in Greece Brings the Outdoors Inside | WSJ

Greek architect Tilemachos Andrianopoulos provides a tour of his design: a triangular house that blurs the line between inside and the olive grove outside.

How Tariff Tensions Transformed China’s Toy Factories | WSJ

Americans might be getting lower-quality toys for the same price this Christmas, despite a limited U.S.-China trade deal. WSJ toured the Chinese city that churns ...

2047: The Fight for the Future of Hong Kong | WSJ

After six months of protests—punctuated by clashes between police and demonstrators—nobody knows what the future holds for Hong Kong as a place to live ...

How a $100 Billion Fund Is Changing Investing | WSJ

SoftBank's longtime strategy of dumping mountains of cash on promising young companies to create big winners failed dramatically at WeWork and is inviting ...

Cash Is Back. Here's Why | WSJ

Cash is often viewed as a safe, but boring investment. But lately, it's looking shinier than it has in a while. WSJ explains why investors are piling trillions into ...

NATO's Identity Crisis, Explained | WSJ

NATO's 70th anniversary celebrations have become the setting of a political drama in which allies display disagreement over the organization's role.

The $3.7 Trillion Corporate Debt Question | WSJ

About half of all issued corporate bond debt is rated triple-B, the lowest score for investment-grade debt. Analysts say all this debt could be a mess in the making, ...

The Risks of Aramco's Record-Setting IPO, Explained | WSJ

On the surface, Aramco's blockbuster IPO might seem like a sure bet. But investors who are looking to put money into the world's most profitable company have ...

Mark Rober, Youtuber and Former NASA Engineer | In the Elevator | WSJ

WSJ's Joanna Stern "bumps into" famed YouTube star Mark Rober, and asks him about how he gets an average of 27 million views per video, his upcoming ...

Farmers on China Tariffs: 'This Isn't Just a Chess Match' | WSJ

The trade war with China is putting a strain on the U.S. agriculture industry. WSJ's Jason Bellini sat down with a group of farmers from the corn, beef, soybean, ...

Why an ISIS Comeback May Look Unlike Anything Seen Before | WSJ

The Islamic State has seen major setbacks this year, first in the defeat of the physical caliphate and then with the death of its founder and leader, Abu Bakr ...

The Best and Worst U.S. Airports | WSJ

WSJ's Scott McCartney released this year's list ranking the country's 20 largest airports. After looking at 15 metrics related to operations, value and convenience, ...

Why China Is Betting Big on CBD | WSJ

As products made with CBD, or cannabidiol, take off in the U.S., Chinese entrepreneurs are looking cash in. The WSJ visited China's cannabis heartland to see ...

Why Foreign Companies are Skeptical of China's New Openness | WSJ

Beijing is giving Washington a concession in the trade talks: regulations that would level the playing field for foreign companies in China. But there are doubts ...

How Toys 'R' Us Went Bankrupt | WSJ

For decades, Toys "R" Us was not only one of the top toy retailers in the United States, it was one of the top retailers period. Until it suddenly wasn't. Toys “R” ...

AirPods Pro Fit Test: How Well Do They Stay In? | WSJ

Apple's latest $249 AirPods Pro promise a better fit thanks to the new, different-sized silicone ear tips, but how well do they stay in? WSJ's Joanna Stern jumped ...

How New Satellites Could Change the Internet | WSJ

The most reliable streaming providers have typically used cable to deliver content. But that's all changing with the launch of new and better satellites that could ...

Why Wildfires Are Becoming an Insurance Nightmare | WSJ

California wildfires cost insurance companies more than $24 billion over the past two years. As those insurers look to cover their losses, here's a look at how ...

Shaquille O'Neal Discusses Investing, Franchising, and Donuts | WSJ

Former NBA star Shaquille O'Neal explains how he leveraged his basketball success to move beyond endorsement deals into entrepreneurial ventures with ...

WSJ Investigation: Amazon Sellers Sourcing From Unsafe Factories

Garments made in Bangladeshi factories that major retailers have banned as unsafe are finding their way onto Amazon's site for sale in the U.S. WSJ ...

Why Facebook's Libra Faces a Tough Road to Becoming a Crypto Giant | WSJ

In its quest to launch a digital coin, Facebook is hitting a series of snags as companies pull out of the project and regulators question the social-media giant's ...

What Happens To Abandoned Golf Courses | WSJ

As golf declines in popularity, communities across the country are struggling with how to best redevelop the land that's left behind. WSJ visited the Tucson ...

Three Cities That Challenge Hong Kong's Financial-Hub Status | WSJ

Political turmoil and protests threatening Hong Kong's status as Asia's leading financial hub. If international companies want to relocate, how do alternatives ...

The Invisible 310-Mile Barrier to a Brexit Deal | WSJ

The U.K.'s border with Ireland has been a major sticking point since Britain started negotiating its exit from the European Union. WSJ's Jason Douglas traveled to ...

Why Hong Kong Is Facing a Recession Amid Protests and Trade Wars | WSJ

Tourism and retail sales—crucial parts of Hong Kong's economy—are both slumping, as months of pro-democracy protests weigh heavily on one of the world's ...

How the White House Stores Documents | WSJ

The transcript of President Trump's call with Ukraine shed light on a method for classifying documents that's even more top secret than top secret. WSJ spoke to ...

Anatomy of an IPO Valuation | WSJ

Unicorns are getting haircuts, meaning high-flying startups are seeing their valuations shrink when they go public. WSJ explains why differences in the private ...

Dissecting the Vaping Illness Mystery | WSJ

Vaping related illnesses are on the rise, and it appears to be related to a black market of THC vapes. WSJ's Daniela Hernandez sat down with doctors and ...

Ukraine Call Rough Transcript: How Trump’s Conversation Unfolded | WSJ

A call record released by the White House shows President Trump asked Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to "look into" former Vice President Joe Biden ...

Why 'Sign in With Apple' Beats Passwords and Facebook | WSJ

Apple's new sign-in feature in iOS 13 allows you to access supported apps using your Apple ID. The system promises added privacy benefits over Facebook and ...

iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max Review: A Game of Cameras | WSJ

From night shooting mode to ultra-wide lenses, Apple's latest iPhones have a bunch of new camera tricks. WSJ's Joanna Stern, with the help from the queen and ...