Chick-fil-A is expanding off the strength of its simple chicken sandwich. WSJ explains how its leaner menu helps the company avoid some of the pitfalls of its competitors. Photo Illustration: Carter McCall/The Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street JournalChick-fil-A is poised to become the third-biggest U.S. restaurant chain by sales, trailing only McDonald's and Starbucks
The special counsel found that President Trump engaged in "multiple acts" that could have exerted influence on law enforcement investigations, but that his
The Wall Street JournalTrump engaged in "multiple acts" to try to influence law enforcement, but his efforts were "mostly unsuccessful" because his aides refused to carry out the orders, according to the Mueller report
For more than two decades, government pediatrician Stanley Patrick Weber raised suspicions that he was a pedophile. The Wall Street Journal and Frontline investigate how the Indian Health Service doctor was transferred from reservation to...
The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal and @frontlinepbs uncovered the decades-long failure to stop a government doctor who sexually abused Native American boys. Watch the full-length documentary here
President Trump came “dangerously close” to getting booed by Democrats in his speech when he said there can't be peace and legislation if there is war and
The Wall Street Journal"It was inappropriate. It was Nixonian," Rep. Gerry Connolly (D., Va.) said of President Trump's reference to special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation during the State of the Union address
Advisers on touchy issues include Tony Perkins’ Family Research Council, Grover Norquist’s Americans for Tax Reform and, on the left, the Southern Poverty Law Center. Their involvement behind the scenes, designed to tamp down a furor over social...
The Wall Street JournalBanned from Twitter? It may be because outside political groups pushed for your removal.
Japan encouraged the elderly and women to work and broke a longstanding taboo against immigration, offering lessons for other advanced economies facing similar problems. The country is now enjoying its second-longest economic expansion since World...
The Wall Street JournalJapan's fast-aging population hasn't doomed the country to economic stagnation. It is now enjoying its second-longest economic expansion since World War II. Here's how they did it.
India's financial capital, Mumbai, has taken on its biggest-ever infrastructure project to build a subway in a city where more than seven million commuters cram onto its creaky suburban railways. Video: Karan Deep Singh/WSJ
The price of insulin has skyrocketed over the last few decades, making it increasingly difficult for diabetics to afford. WSJ’s Jason Bellini takes a look at some of the unconventional steps Americans are taking to access the lifesaving drug.
The Wall Street Journal“It is our oxygen. It's our water. It's as essential as those things.” Amid soaring prices, diabetics seek alternative ways to get insulin.
China has demolished its rivals to produce much of what Americans consume. The country's rise, and the Trump Administration’s decision to confront it head on, has put the economic powers on a collision course.
The Wall Street JournalChina demolished its rivals to produce much of what Americans consume. Explore how that happened with these animated charts