Covid-19 Vaccine Mandates Are Surviving Nearly All Court…

A range of people—from nurses to firefighters to students—have filed lawsuits objecting to the mandatory Covid-19 vaccinations imposed by states and cities, claiming the policies infringe on their constitutional rights. Nearly every legal challenge has…

What You Can Do About the Rising Cost…

The cost of insuring a home is on the rise, forcing Americans to make tough decisions about whether to cut back on coverage or make big changes to save their wallets. The nationwide average annual…

House Votes to Hold Steve Bannon in Criminal…

WASHINGTON—The House voted Thursday to hold former Trump strategist Steve Bannon in criminal contempt of Congress for refusing to comply with a subpoena from the select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S.…

Biden Could Use National Guard to Help With…

President Biden participated in a televised town hall about his infrastructure investment proposals in Baltimore on Thursday. Photo: JONATHAN ERNST/REUTERS Updated Oct. 21, 2021 9:30 pm ET WASHINGTON—President Biden said he would consider deploying the…

What Happened When United Stopped Trying to Predict…

United executives pored through data for months as Covid-19 spread last year to determine when or whether air travel would rebound. Their conclusion: It couldn’t be done. So United Airlines Holdings Inc. UAL 1.39% executives…

WeWork Set to Go Public via SPAC Deal,…

The shared-office company WeWork is set to trade publicly Thursday, capping a journey to a listing that included the implosion of its initial public offering in 2019. WeWork is going public through a combination with…

Crypto Miners Struggle to Cut Carbon Emissions

Bitcoin mining has earned a bad reputation for guzzling cheap electricity in the pursuit of profit. Now bitcoin miners are trying to go green, to a point. Companies that mine bitcoin are aiming to power…