web analytics

Wall Street Journal – Election 2012

  • Are U.S. Soldiers Dying From Survivable Wounds?
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - September 20 2014 - 1:47 PM:)
    <>Despite advances in care, experts say, the military fails to save some troops from "potentially survivable" wounds.> <>
  • White House Intruder Sparks Security Review
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - September 20 2014 - 1:04 PM:)
    <>The Secret Service is reviewing its response to a White House security breach after an intruder scaled a fence and ran through a set of doors into the executive mansion on Friday.> <>
  • Spending Edge Aids Democrats in Senate
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - September 20 2014 - 12:52 PM:)
    <>Strong fundraising by Democrats and their allies—including a super PAC run by people close to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid—is helping the party compete where other factors favor GOP candidates> <>
  • Fed Rate-Hike Tool Stirs Some Concern
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - September 20 2014 - 8:38 AM:)
    <>Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen spent months devising a strategy for managing short-term interest rates. Two days after the plan's release, some market participants warn the new approach may have flaws.> <>
  • U.S. Urging Allies to Join Syria Strikes
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - September 20 2014 - 3:08 AM:)
    <>The U.S. is seeking commitments from allies to join in military action in Syria before it launches airstrikes against Islamic State targets.> <>
  • GOP Sharpens Tone on National Security
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - September 20 2014 - 12:42 AM:)
    <>Republicans are again seeing national security as a winning issue for their campaigns, sharpening their tone against Democrats in several House races.> <>
  • Army Chief Calls for Rethink of Cuts
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - September 19 2014 - 11:27 PM:)
    <>The Army's highest-ranking officer said the rapid spread of threats around the world and growing demands on the U.S. military should prompt a review of deep cuts scheduled in the size of America's ground forces.> <>

More Stories