The U.S. Department of Justice has opened a civil-rights investigation into New Jersey veterans homes’ handling of deadly coronavirus outbreaks earlier this year, according to a letter from the department to the state’s governor, Phil Murphy.
A thrilling scientific discovery may further motivate billionaires already racing to space
Gary Rosen"If the moon has water, it probably has sparkling water, and if it has sparkling water, it probably has at least a few appetizers and a decent wine list." @JasonGay wonders how long it will take for space-crazed billionaires to build lunar beach homes.
Over the coming weeks, The Wall Street Journal will roll out a series of articles comparing where President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joseph Biden stand on policy issues from Big Tech, taxes and immigration.
The Trump-Biden contest evokes the bitter 1864 vote. Will it too prove to be a pivotal moment in the nation’s history?
Gary RosenDuring the Civil War: "Thirteen states quickly passed legislation that permitted absentee voting in the field, while four others approved a proxy system that allowed soldiers to place their ballots in a sealed envelope to be mailed to a trusted stand-in."
Gary RosenDavid Oshinsky on a precedent with added meaning today: In the crucial election of 1864, Abraham Lincoln managed to maintain the fundamentals of democracy at a time of the greatest national peril. wsj.com/articles/when-… via @WSJ
Gary Rosen"Every four years, regardless of who is running for president or what shape the country is in, Americans face the most consequential election of their lives. It’s the ultimate political cliché, and it’s been around for centuries," writes David Oshinsky.
Former Vice President Joe Biden’s criticism of President Trump for his handling of coronavirus aims to woo voters weary from the pandemic as cases surge in at least 48 states as the nation heads into winter. Many children have yet to return to...