WSJ What’s News

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What's News brings you the headlines and business news that move markets and the world—twice every weekday. In 10-12 minutes, get caught up on the best Wall Street Journal scoops and exclusives, with insight and analysis from the award-winning reporters that broke the stories. Hosted by Annmarie Fertoli and Luke Vargas.

P.M. Edition for June 22. Arizona is one of several states seeing an uptick in coronavirus cases. Last week, the governor gave local officials the authority to set rules on masks. But there's still a debate over compliance. Reporter Alicia Caldwell joins host Annmarie Fertoli to discuss. Learn more about …
A.M. Edition for June 22. Pioneers of the civil-rights movement contemplate the current activism for racial justice in America. Why many big companies are hoarding cash right now. Marc Stewart hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
P.M. Edition for June 19. Officials in Tulsa, Okla., prepare for protests ahead of President Trump's campaign rally. Reporter Elizabeth Findell discusses the massacre of the city's "Black Wall Street" nearly a century ago - and how people there are still reckoning with it today. Plus, festivals and protests mark …
A.M. Edition for June 19. How election workers prepare for the vote amid the threat of Covid-19. Why some companies are looking to go public, even in a challenged economy. And face masks, redesigned for summer heat. Marc Stewart hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
P.M. Edition for June 18. More companies are observing the Juneteenth holiday that marks the end of slavery in the U.S. Reporter Kathryn Dill and Lanaya Irvin, president of the Center for Talent Innovation, join host Annmarie Fertoli to discuss whether that indicates a broader push for diversity, inclusion and …
A.M. Edition for June 18. Many Americans are changing cities as they reevaluate their priorities during the coronavirus. And how today's unemployment numbers could help us understand the extent of current economic challenges. Marc Stewart hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A.M. Edition for January 8th: Iran has retaliated against the U.S. killing of Maj. Gen. Qassem Soleimani with strikes against U.S. troops in Iraq - Sune Engel Rasmussen has the latest. Plus, Mike Bird on the investor reaction to Iran's attacks and why traditional job interviews could be a thing …
P.M. Edition for January 7th: Puerto Rico has been hit by two strong earthquakes in the past two days, after a week of tremors. The quakes come as the island is still recovering from Hurricane Maria. Arian Campo-Flores has more details. Plus, Aruna Viswanatha explains why prosecutors are now seeking …
A.M. Edition for January 7th: Devastating wildfires continue to burn in Australia, threatening to upend the way people live. David Winning has the latest. Plus, move over fake beef - Jacob Bunge on why plant-based meat companies want to put fake pork on your fork. And Steve Russolillo on why …
P.M. Edition for January 6th: Former National Security Adviser John Bolton now says he'll testify, if subpoenaed in the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump. Natalie Andrews has more details. Plus, Lindsay Wise explains why Congress is invoking the War Powers Resolution to get more intel about the killing of …
A.M. Edition for January 6th: Tens of thousands of Iranians flooded the streets of Tehran for the funeral procession of Maj. Gen. Qassem Soleimani. Separately, Iraq's parliament voted to expel U.S. troops, prompting President Trump to threaten sanctions. From Beirut, Sune Engel Rasmussen breaks down the latest developments from the …
P.M. Edition for January 3rd: A U.S. strike that killed a powerful Iranian military leader leaves questions about the attack and the fallout. National Security Reporter Warren Strobel has the latest details. Plus, scientists are studying whether looking at cute animal pictures can make you more productive at work - …
A.M. Edition for January 3rd: President Trump ordered a U.S. strike in Baghdad that killed Qassem Soleimani, the leader of Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps' foreign wing. Chief foreign affairs correspondent Yaroslav Trofimov has more on what it means for the Middle East. Plus, Alex Frangos on the sharp rise …
P.M. Edition for January 2nd: Wildfire seasons are growing longer in Australia, and here in the U.S. And as those seasons have begun to overlap, it's putting a strain on firefighting resources that've traditionally been shared across the globe. Erin Ailworth has more. Plus, recession fears are top of mind …
A.M. Edition for January 2nd: New details on how former Renault-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn fled Japan - Sean McLain has more from outside his former Tokyo house. Plus, Caitlin Ostroff on why the Euro has never been this calm and a new year means...new regulations. Kim Gittleson hosts. Learn more …
Edition for December 31st: The debate over climate change intensified over the decade, amid several of the hottest years on record, several extreme weather events and the publication of a wave of reports on warming. As part of our Decade in Review series, Kim Gittleson explores the business reaction to …
Edition for December 30th: The Affordable Care Act was signed back in March, 2010 - and it was incredibly divisive from the start. Ten years later, it remains a political flashpoint. As part of our Decade in Review series, Annmarie Fertoli talks with Healthcare Reporter Anna Wilde Mathews about the …
Edition for December 27th: China started off the decade by overtaking Japan to become the world's second-largest economy. It ended it by solidifying its role as a global superpower. As part of our Decade in Review series, Kim Gittleson tracks the country's transformation with former Wall Street Journal China bureau …
Edition for December 26th: U.S. immigration policy over the past decade was determined by two very different presidents: President Obama and President Trump. As part of our Decade in Review series, Annmarie Fertoli talks with Immigration reporter Alicia Caldwell about the immigration policies of the past decade, and how the …
Edition for December 24th: Over the past decade, economists predicted that the economy would recovery quickly from the financial crisis and that inflation could soon become a problem. Yet that didn't happen. As part of our Decade in Review series, Kim Gittleson speaks with Wall Street Journal chief economics commentator …