Nancy Pelosi: ‘Tomorrow Will Be a New Day in America’

9:58   The Bitcoin Gamble 11/1/2018 Last year, Didi Taihuttu sold almost everything he owned, poured it into bitcoin and moved his family into a trailer park. In this episode of Moving Upstream, WSJ’s Thomas Di Fonzo goes on a year-long journey with the “Bitcoin Family” as they bet everything on a decentralized cryptocurrency future.

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Voices From a Divided America

Oct. 29, 2018 10:16 a.m. ET Drew Evans/The Wall Street Journal Is America hopelessly divided? Surely, political and cultural tensions seem more pronounced these days. Liberals and conservatives often live in different worlds, shop in different stores, eat in different restaurants and consume different media. Research by the Pew Research Center has found that half…

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How worrying is the rise of right-wing extremism in America?

The number of reported hate crimes in the United States rose in 2016, the year Donald Trump was elected president, the second consecutive year the figures increased. African-Americans, Jews and Muslims were all targeted. Last week, a Florida man was arrested after mail bombs were sent to some of Trump’s high-profile critics. And on Saturday,…

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Fake news, racism and bombs: Fear and loathing in Trump’s America

Donald Trump, the American president, has fomented violence against liberal opponents and critics who disagree with his policies, and so-called “fake news” media organisations he regards as the “enemy of the people.” With pipe bombs mailed to some of the political targets he has singled out for retribution – several high-profile Democratic Party politicians, including…

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Iranian president says government is “ready to confront America”

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said Sunday that his “government is ready to confront America” over sanctions stemming from President Trump’s withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal, and that “America will regret choosing the wrong path,” reports Reuters. The big picture: The comments come one day after gunmen opened fire and killed 25 people during a…

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What’s Next for Hotelier After Buying the Trump Toronto? America

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Trump’s Trade War Looms Over a Canadian Town Built to Supply America

If ever a town embodied U.S.-Canadian symbiosis, it’s Arvida, Quebec. Built by Americans, its giant smelter supplied most of the Allied forces’ aluminum in World War II and today makes metal used in Budweiser beer cans, Tesla and Ford cars and in AR15 rifles, part of the 2.5 million metric tons that Canada sends over the…

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Axios 2018: This voter group will decide the midterms — A radicalized America — Oddball candidates

We asked Navarro what prompted the radical change in his views, and he explained how he went from a free trader to an economic nationalist. In response to “The Policy Game,” specifically, Navarro told Axios: It borders on the comical that Axios would spend so much time on a book written 34 years ago and…

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