How Elon Musk’s Impulses Transformed Twitter

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The Hidden Career Cost of Being Overweight

New moves to outlaw weight discrimination are prompting companies to investigate one of the deadliest forms…

Opinion | ‘Antiracists’ vs. Academic Freedom

A California professor sues over new DEIA performance reviews.

European Spyware Firms Threaten Digital Security and Privacy, U.S. Says

Biden administration bans Citrix and Intelexa from getting US technology amid growing concern over hacking tools

Opinion | The Doctor Won’t See You Now

Therapists who judge, recoil, or quietly rage at their patients can’t provide effective therapy.

U.S. Virgin Islands Seeks $190 Million From JPMorgan Over Epstein Suit

The US Virgin Islands filed a lawsuit last year alleging the bank ignored red flags about…

Opinion | A Warning to the C-Suite on Racial Preferences

State Attorneys General warn Fortune 100 companies about their hiring practices.

Texas TikTok Ban Challenged by Free-Speech Group

Free-speech advocates and academics sued Texas over the TikTok ban, saying it violates the First Amendment…

WSJ News Exclusive | Republican Attorneys General Warn Top U.S. Businesses Over ‘Discrimination’

Citing affirmative action ruling, state’s top law officials put Fortune 100 companies on notice for racial…

Essay | How Elite Colleges Will Still Seek Diversity Despite the Supreme Court’s Rejection of Affirmative Action

Elite schools will still find a way to ‘shape’ their incoming classes to keep up minority enrollment