U.S. vs. China: The Race to Build Hypersonic Missiles
The U.S. and China are developing hypersonic missiles, hard-to-detect weapons that can reach at least five times the speed of sound. WSJ compares the missiles’ design differences as the race to test and deploy them changes the global balance of military power. Photo illustration: Sharon Shi
Target’s Strategy to Draw Customers Through Its Doors
Turkey Is Complicating Finland and Sweden's NATO Entry. What Does Erdogan Want?
The Risks and Rewards of Buying the Dip
Returning to Kyiv: The Challenges Ukrainians Face Going Back Home
North Korea Fights Covid With Painkillers, Lockdowns and TV Health Segments
North Korea is facing a surge in fever cases after reporting its first local Covid-19 infection in mid-May. WSJ examines Kim Jong Un’s strategy to battle the pandemic in the impoverished country, which has little testing capacity and an unvaccinated population. Photos: KCTV; STR/AFP
Covid-19 Kills One Million in the U.S. Why Some Groups Were Hit Harder.
China Struggles to Contain Frustration From Shanghai Covid Lockdown
North Korea Reports First Covid Case, Locks Down All Major Cities
WHO: China’s Zero-Covid Strategy Is ‘Unsustainable’
Video: EU Leaders Pledge to Ban Nearly All Russian Oil Imports
European Union leaders took a big step in the economic fight against Moscow over its invasion of Ukraine by agreeing to block 90% of Russian oil imports by year-end. The embargo faced opposition from countries highly dependent on Russian crude, especially Hungary. Photo: Olivier Matthys/Associated Press
Stylus Wars 2022: Apple Pencil, Surface Pen and Samsung S Pen Reviewed
Biden: Top Priority Is Inflation, Will ‘Respect the Fed’
WSJ Opinion: Hits and Misses of the Week
Investors Buy Up Metaverse Real Estate in Virtual Land Boom
I Flew a 1,000 Horsepower Jetpack. Here’s What I Learned.
A small team of mountain paramedics are testing whether jetpacks could accelerate how quickly they are able to attend to stranded hikers. WSJ’s George Downs takes a short flight on the jetpack himself to find out how the technology could be applied. Illustration: George Downs
Apple Is Fighting the EU Over Charging Cables. Here’s Why.
Formula One Meets Drone Racing: What It Will Take to Become a Reality
If Lightbulbs Are Smarter, Why Haven’t Sockets Changed in Over 140 Years?
Bitcoin Mining Has Evolved Since China’s Crypto Crackdown. Here’s How.
WSJ Opinion: What We Learned From the Republican Primaries
Journal Editorial Report: Georgia's results raise questions about the Trump Effect. Images: AP/Shutterstock Composite: Mark Kelly
WSJ Opinion: Will Gun Control Prevent Another Uvalde?
WSJ Opinion: Joe Biden's Ambiguous Taiwan Stance
WSJ Opinion: Joe Biden’s Train-Wreck Economy
WSJ Opinion: Hillary Clinton’s ‘Trump, Russia’ Disinformation Plant
How Do Airports Keep Birds From Striking Planes? A Wildlife Expert Explains
Bird strikes are one of the biggest wildlife hazards to aircraft at JFK Airport. The chief wildlife biologist for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey explains how airports minimize these collisions on the runway. Photo illustration: Preston Jessee
Warhol’s Famed Marilyn Monroe Portrait Sells for Record-Breaking $195 Million
Watch: Dave Chappelle Is Attacked During Comedy Show at Hollywood Bowl
Why Your EV Battery Might Soon Be Used to Power Your House
Closed Russian Airspace Means Fewer, Longer and Costlier Flights for Some
Are We in a Recession? Here Are Some Historically Reliable Indicators
Recent stock market performance has gotten people talking about a possible U.S. recession. So what are the leading economic indicators that have been solid recession trackers, and what can you do to prepare for a recession? WSJ’s Dion Rabouin explains. Illustration: David Fang
Inside the Casino Where the Only Gamblers Are Online
WHO: Monkeypox Cases Will Grow, but Situation Is ‘Containable’
Hyundai Plans to Build $5.5 Billion Electric Vehicle Plant in Georgia
Why Markets Are Falling So Much
Electric Scooters: Israel’s Two-Wheeled Solution to Traffic and Sabbath
Electric-scooter rental companies are hitting speed bumps in the U.S. over safety and other concerns. But in Tel Aviv, one in 10 residents has rented a Bird e-scooter, and the city appears to be embracing them. WSJ’s Jason Bellini takes a look at the challenges and potential lessons of the e-scooter craze.
Tasting the World’s First Test-Tube Steak
High Insulin Prices Drive Diabetics to Take Extreme Measures
Weighing the Costs and Benefits of Facial Recognition Technology
The Future of Flight: AI in the Cockpit
YouTube Home Tours Are Blowing Up. Enes Yilmazer Is Cashing In.
Luxury home tours on YouTube are exploding, and transforming the way high-end real estate is discovered and sometimes sold. YouTube personality Enes Yilmazer walks us through the making of a video for his channel, which gets an average of 15 million views a month. Photo: Michal Czerwonka for The Wall Street Journal
Inside the ‘Tear of God’: A Unique House on Crete That Filters the Sun
WSJ’s House of the Year: A Contemporary Home With Hawaiian Spirit
In Greece, a Radical Triangular House Brings the Outdoors Inside
A Love of Yurts Inspired This ‘Glamp’ Retreat
Redefining Post-Retirement Living
Future-Proofing Your Portfolio
Marketing in the Visual Economy
Intersectional DeFi Communities
The Right Now Economy
Staging a Comeback
Bob Doll of Crossmark Global Investments discusses how much more stocks need to fall before reaching the bottom, while Dana Peterson of The Conference Board previews the May jobs report.