A grand jury has issued a subpoena related to Manhattan federal prosecutors’ investigation into Rudy Giuliani, seeking documents from former Rep. Pete Sessions about his dealings with President Trump’s personal lawyer and associates.
Rudy Giuliani, President Trump’s personal lawyer, said he doesn’t intend to comply with a congressional subpoena for documents, escalating his battle with House Democrats seeking records for their impeachment inquiry.
The general manager of the Houston Rockets sent a tweet that has thrown the NBA into a crisis. WSJ's Ben Cohen explains the tweet, the backlash and the challenges western companies face doing business in China.
Long in Russia’s shadow, the country has rejected ethnic politics in favor of inclusion, economic growth and cultural diversity
Gary RosenUkraine’s entanglement in the impeachment inquiry comes at a moment of great unity and optimism in the country, whose capital has been called “the new Berlin.” wsj.com/articles/ukrai… via @WSJ
The Pentagon is deploying three new anti-missile systems, two squadrons of jet fighters and approximately 2,000 additional troops to Saudi Arabia in an accelerating U.S. buildup meant to counter Iranian hostilities in the region, officials said...
Gary Rosen“We will not lend our good name and our unrivaled brand to Indiana, a state that daily commits human rights violations against its people,” said Adam Silver, the NBA's commissioner, in a statement. (It's satire.) wsj.com/articles/a-vis… via @WSJ
Gary Rosen"Why are quintessentially geeky places like DARPA and Google suddenly interested in talking about something as profoundly ungeeky as babies? Understanding babies and young children may be one key to ensuring that the current 'AI spring' continues."
Gary RosenResearchers "have outfitted toddlers with super-light head-mounted cameras—a sort of baby Go Pro. This reveals that what babies see is very different from the millions of clear photographs in an internet data set." wsj.com/articles/the-u… via @WSJ
The expression used by President Trump to denounce impeachment seems to come from the antebellum American South, with a dark connection to lynching
Gary Rosen"Kangaroo court": The peculiar expression used by President Trump to denounce impeachment seems to come from the antebellum American South, writes @bgzimmer, and has a dark connection to lynching. wsj.com/articles/kanga… via @WSJ
Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his work toward ending a two-decade-long conflict with neighboring Eritrea and opening up peace talks with local armed rebel groups.