THE WALL STREET JOURNAL-Hurricane Matthew Batters Florida, Heads Toward Georgia
GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump released a video around midnight on Friday apologizing for comments he made in a newly uncovered video from 2005 in which he used crude sexual terms to describe women.
Hillary Clinton would concentrate her tax agenda on fewer than 1.5 million top-earning households by adding layers of taxation and sealing gaps that let some of their earnings get taxed relatively lightly.514in 21 hours
The U.S. intelligence community directly accused the Russian government of attempting to interfere in the coming U.S. elections by purposefully leaking emails hacked from the Democratic National Committee and other entities.378in a day
Mylan agreed to pay $465 million to settle allegations it overcharged the government for its EpiPen products, the latest move by the embattled pharmaceuticals firm to quell the furor over its pricing practices.73in a day
Visitor numbers to the iconic ruins of Petra, in the Jordanian desert, have dropped, but fearless travelers don’t give up that easily. Here’s the best way to see one of the world’s most astounding archaeological sites.
For most people, beer, not wine, is the drink of choice when it comes to Chinese. Wall Street Journal wine columnist Lettie Teague took on the vinous challenge of finding a worthy match, with surprising discoveries.in a day
Kai Kloepfer has spent the past four years designing a handgun with a fingerprint reader built into the grip. His startup, Biofire, is just a few months from a live-firing prototype, which, assuming it works, will be the first gun to unlock like an iPhone. Geoffrey A. Fowler takes an exclusive look.390in 15 hours