Opinion | A Defining Test for Mr. Biden

By The Editorial Board The editorial board is a group of opinion journalists whose views are informed by expertise, research, debate and certain longstanding values. It is separate from the newsroom. When the federal government started sending monthly checks to

The Week in Business: A Debt Deadline Looms

The Fed indicated it was planning to slow down its purchases of government bonds as soon as November. And food delivery workers in New York gained protections. By Sarah Kessler What’s Up? (Sept. 19-25) Planning to Pull Back The Federal

Lawmakers Unite in Bipartisan Fury Over Afghanistan Withdrawal

If President Biden hoped to find cover from politicians in both parties who had reached a broad consensus around withdrawal, he is finding little so far. By Catie Edmondson Moderate Democrats are furious at the Biden administration for what they

The Elan of Elon Musk

Muddy Waters comes clean on Tesla Much has been written about Carson Block, the volatile and sometimes venomous short-seller who runs Muddy Waters Capital. Now, Block is penning some rare words of his own. Block just sent clients his first

Biden’s Challenge at the Border

The president’s decision to keep a Trump-era policy has put his immigration strategy under scrutiny. By Clay Risen Sign up here to get On Politics in your inbox every weekday. With the Delta variant spreading, the Olympics ending and the