Pennsylvania Steel Town Struggles

For decades, Monessen, Pa., was a thriving steel town that employed tens of thousands of people. That all changed when the mill shut down in 1987. “Walk down the street today,” says retired steelworker John Golomb, “and all you see is total heartbreak.” Video/Photo: Robert Libetti/The Wall Street Journal

4/23/2017 11:00AM      For decades, Monessen, Pa., was a thriving steel town that employed tens of thousands of people. That all changed when the mill shut down in 1987. “Walk down the street today,” says retired... Read More | Share it now!

Trump Approval Rating Slides

President Trump’s job approval has fallen, according to the latest WSJ/NBC News poll. More than half of Americans—some 54%—disapprove of the job he is doing as president, compared with 40% who approve, a 14-point gap that is wider than February’s 4-point difference. WSJ’s Aaron Zitner breaks down other findings from the poll. Photo: Getty

4/23/2017 9:00AM      President Trump’s job approval has fallen, according to the latest WSJ/NBC News poll. More than half of Americans—some 54%—disapprove of the job he is doing as president, compared with 40% who... Read More | Share it now!

March for Science: The Signs, Sights and Sounds

On Saturday, April 22, tens of thousands across the world attended more than 500 March for Science rallies. At the New York march, scientists, professors and Trump supporters shared their views. Photo: Matt McDonald/ The Wall Street Journal

5:18   British-Iranian Aid Worker Held in Iranian Prison 4/21/2017 10:55AM Nazanin Zaghari Ratcliffe, a British-Iranian dual national, was arrested during a family visit to Iran last April for allegedly threatening... Read More | Share it now!

France’s Presidential Election: What You Need to Know

The French will elect a new president in two rounds of voting on April 23 and May 7, and the result could reshape the European Union. WSJ’s Niki Blasina explains who the top candidates are, how they could win, and what might happen next. Photo: Getty Images.

4/21/2017 6:27AM      The French will elect a new president in two rounds of voting on April 23 and May 7, and the result could reshape the European Union. WSJ’s Niki Blasina explains who the top candidates are, how they... Read More | Share it now!

Trump on Government Shutdown and Health-Care Reform

At a joint news conference with Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni on Thursday, President Donald Trump spoke about plans to amend the Affordable Care Act and a needed funding deal to avoid a government shutdown next week. Photo: Jim Watson/Agence France-Presse/Getty.

0:40   Film Clip: ‘Life Of Us’ 4/19/2017 1:12PM Strangers interact on a digital journey through evolution in “Life of Us,” created by Chris Milk, founder and CEO of the VR company Within. Producer... Read More | Share it now!

What Did Georgia Election Results Tell Us?

No candidate won the Georgia House seat left vacant by Tom Price outright on Tuesday, and the state holds a run-off election in June between Democrat Jon Ossoff and Republican Karen Handel. WSJ’s Aaron Zitner discusses three things we learned from Tuesday’s result. Photo: AP

2:49   Women Executives Advice on Negotiating Work-Life Balance 4/19/2017 12:27PM Speaking at WSJ’s Women in Finance dinner, Lisa Carnoy, division executive for Northeast and Metro New York at U.S. Trust, and... Read More | Share it now!

Can Diplomats Ease Tensions With North Korea?

Less than three months into the Trump administration North Korea has undertaken a series of missile tests and shown off what appeared to be a long-range missile. WSJ’s Gerald F. Seib examines whether diplomacy can ease tensions between Pyongyang and Washington. Photo: Getty

4:45   Affluent Shoppers Want Luxury Bargains 4/17/2017 2:39PM Neiman Marcus and other luxury retailers can’t escape the retail sector turmoil, as affluent shoppers, like Lysa Heslov, are now looking elsewhere for... Read More | Share it now!

Why Washington Is So Excited About Georgia House Race

On Tuesday, Georgia holds a special election to fill the House seat left vacant by Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price. Democrats see the election as a chance to win a seat from the Republicans and make a statement about Donald Trump. WSJ’s Gerald F. Seib explains how it could pan out. Photo: AP

4/18/2017 6:00AM      On Tuesday, Georgia holds a special election to fill the House seat left vacant by Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price. Democrats see the election as a chance to win a seat from the Republicans and... Read More | Share it now!

Trump Kicks Off Easter Egg Roll at White House

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump welcomed families to the South Lawn of the White House on Monday morning for the 139th annual Easter Egg Roll. Photo: Getty.

2:05   Desktop PCs Are Making a Comeback 4/12/2017 11:00AM Computer makers like HP, Dell and Microsoft are rethinking the old standby, says WSJ’s Geoffrey A. Fowler. Now, you can buy a PC with a huge screen that... Read More | Share it now!

Pence Warns North Korea Not to Test Trump

Speaking alongside South Korea’s acting president Hwang Kyo-ahn in Seoul, South Korea, Vice President Mike Pence warned North Korea not to test Donald Trump’s resolve “or the strength of the armed forces of the U.S. in this region.” Photo: Getty

2:05   Desktop PCs Are Making a Comeback 4/12/2017 11:00AM Computer makers like HP, Dell and Microsoft are rethinking the old standby, says WSJ’s Geoffrey A. Fowler. Now, you can buy a PC with a huge screen that... Read More | Share it now!