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Report: Meta to lay off thousands of employees

Owner of Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp planning to begin large-scale layoffs this week, sources say.

Meta to lay off thousands of employees

Report: FBI found 11 sets of classified documents at Trump's Florida estate

Wall Street Journal reports that FBI agents who searched Mar-a-Lago removed some documents marked as top secret.

11 sets of classified documents found at Trump's Florida estate

Report: Israel coordinates Syria air strikes with the US

Current and former US officials say Israel secretly coordinates with the US on many of the air strikes it carries out in Syria.

Israel coordinates Syria air strikes with the US

Report: Saudi Arabia to invest in Israel through Jared Kushner's fund

Jared Kushner’s new private-equity fund plans to invest millions of dollars of Saudi Arabia’s money in Israeli startups.

Saudi Arabia to invest in Israel through Kushner's fund

Report: EU to make fresh push to salvage Iran deal

Diplomats tell Wall Street Journal that EU negotiator offered to travel to Tehran in effort to break stalemate in nuclear talks.

EU to make fresh push to salvage Iran deal

Report: Russia recruiting Syrians for Ukraine war

US officials say Moscow is recruiting Syrians skilled in urban combat to fight in Ukraine.

Russia recruiting Syrians for Ukraine war

US officials: Iran's breakout period will be less than a year if 2015 deal is revived

Biden administration expects Iran would have nuclear bomb in less than a year under restored deal.

'Iran's breakout period will be less than a year'

WSJ: Amnesty International doesn't believe Israel should exist

Wall Street Journal's editorial board publishes op-ed trashing Amnesty International over upcoming anti-Israel report.

WSJ: Amnesty International doesn't believe Israel should exist

Report: Iran resumed work at centrifuge plant allegedly attacked by Israel

Diplomats say Iran has resumed production of equipment for advanced centrifuges at site in Karaj, west of Tehran.

Report: Iran resumed work at plant allegedly attacked by Israel

Report: Blinken was warned last month about collapse of Kabul

State Department cable last month warned top officials of the potential collapse of Kabul after US withdrawal from Afghanistan.

Report: Blinken was warned last month about collapse of Kabul

Report: Scientists skeptical about one-dose vaccine regimen

US government scientists reportedly pushing back against calls for one-dose regimens for the COVID-19 vaccines by Moderna and Pfizer.

Report: Scientists skeptical about one-dose vaccine regimen

Trump mulling new party?

Sources say Trump has talked with associates about forming a new party named the "Patriot Party".

Trump mulling new party?

Report: Trump didn’t disclose first positive COVID-19 test

Wall Street Journal reports Trump did not disclose a positive result from a rapid COVID-19 test while awaiting the results of a second.

Report: Trump didn’t disclose first positive COVID-19 testplayer

Report: Iran stifling probe of storage of nuclear equipment

Diplomats tell Wall Street Journal that Iran has refused to answer UN questions about storage of nuclear equipment and radioactive material.

Report: Iran stifling probe of storage of nuclear equipment

Does your workplace value you properly?

How to find out if you're underpaid at work.

Does your workplace value you properly?

Facebook has a trust problem among its users

The current scrutiny surrounding Facebook has created a trust issue among the social media company's users and advertisers.

Facebook has a trust problem among its users

Student Loans: End of the Government Monopoly?

Private lenders want a piece of the $100 billion student loans business, of which the government currently has a near monopoly.

Student Loans: End of the Government Monopoly?

Can the 'Amazon effect' hurt your investments?

Technology giant Amazon grows significantly every day. How can this affect your money?

Can the 'Amazon effect' hurt your investments?

Why are so many men dying at age 62?

A new study indicates an alarming number of Americans, mostly men, are dying at the age of 62. Why is this happening?

Why are so many men dying at age 62?

How much do airlines profit off of tickets?

Which airline achieved an unusually high profit margin in 2017, even without charging baggage fees?

How much do airlines profit off of tickets?

Dow plunges: Should investors expect a recovery?

After Monday's historic selloff by the Dow Jones: What has spooked the market and when investors should expect Wall Street to recover.

Dow plunges: Should investors expect a recovery?

Behind the scenes of the UN 'anti-settlement' resolution

Wall Street Journal reveals Trump, then President-elect, tasked son-in-law with preventing December 2016 anti-Israel vote.

Behind the scenes of the UN 'anti-settlement' resolution

Infiltration of academic group is behind pro-BDS vote

WSJ article reveals: Anti-Israel activists subverted an American scholarly group and BDS passed - but not by popular demand.

Infiltration of academic group is behind pro-BDS vote

Report: Israel giving secret aid to Syrian rebels

Sources tell Wall Street Journal Israel has been supplying Syrian rebels with cash, food, fuel and medical supplies.

Report: Israel giving secret aid to Syrian rebels

Iran received more than $10 billion in cash and gold

Wall Street Journal reveals that Iran has received more than $10 billion in the form of cash and gold in the past three years.

Iran received more than $10 billion in cash and gold

WSJ OK with moving embassy to Jerusalem

Relocation 'would merely acknowledge the reality that Israel will never give up Jerusalem in any negotiated settlement'.

WSJ OK with moving embassy to Jerusalem

Trump donated to those reviewing his businesses?

Wall Street Journal: Trump allegedly gave contributions to state attorneys general while they weighed decisions on his business.

WSJ: Trump donated to politicians who reviewed his finances

Who rejected United States-North Korea talks?

Wall Street Journal reports North Korea rejected American offer for peace treaty. State Department says the opposite happened.

Who rejected United States-North Korea peace talks?

Hotovely: Where's all the aid to the PA going?

Deputy Foreign Minister accuses international donors of not even bothering to track how billions in aid are being misused to fund terror.

In WSJ oped, Hotovely asks: Where's all the aid to the PA going?

PR Man: NIF Group Got WSJ to Trash 'Racist' Israel

Media expert relates how NGO convinced Wall Street Journal to focus on mistaken killing of Eritrean instead of Arab knifing campaign.

PR Man: Leftist NGO Got WSJ to Print Piece on 'Racist' Israel

New York Stock Exchange Shuts Down

NYSE says suspension of trading is result of 'internal technical issue' and not related to 'cyber breach.'

Cyberattack in New York? NYSE Shuts Down

WSJ: Obama's Iran 'Obsession' Sunk the Democrats

Deputy editor Henninger assesses how Obama's Iran 'legacy' will turn into another hostage crisis-like fiasco a la Carter for his party.

WSJ Says Obama's Iran 'Obsession' Has Sunk the Democrats

WSJ to Israel: Ignore World after Obama Betrayal

Pulitzer-prize winner Bret Stephens advises Israel to return to days when it wasn't afraid to go 'rogue,' because US isn't the US anymore.

WSJ Editor Tells Israel to Ignore World after Obama Betrayal

Ya'alon: Spying on America? No Way

Defense Minister rejects Wall Street Journal report which claimed Israel had spied on the talks between Iran and Western powers.

Ya'alon: Spying on America? No Way

US to Keep Briefing Israel on Iran Talks

After Israel strongly denies allegations it spied on nuclear talks, State Dept. says 'conversations' to go on, dismisses 'absurd' reports.

Despite 'Spying' Claims US to Keep Briefing Israel on Iran Talks

Official: Back Egypt Army or Risk Peace Talks

Israel is worried that if the U.S. alienates Egypt, it would negatively affect the renewed peace talks.

Israeli Official to U.S.: Back Egypt Army or Risk Peace Talksplayer

WSJ: Netanyahu Has Red Lines, Obama Doesn't

WSJ says Israel attacked Syria at least four times, adding this means that Netanyahu adheres to his red lines, unlike Obama.

Wall Street Journal: Netanyahu Has Red Lines, Obama Doesn't

US Justice Dept. Investigating Wall Street Journal

US Justice Department is investigating allegations that employees at The Wall Street Journal bribed Chinese officials for information.

US Justice Department Investigating Wall Street Journal

Report: More US Companies Keep Money Offshore

US companies are keeping more of their profits offshore, choosing overseas tax havens amid talks about closing tax loopholes

Report: More US Companies Creating Offshore Accounts

Adelson Sues Reporter Over 'Foul Mouth' Comment

Sheldon Adelson sues Wall Street Journal reporter for libel, seeking damages for article in which he was described as “foul mouth.”

Adelson Sues Reporter Over 'Foul Mouth' Comment