Morgan Stanley has fired former congressman Harold Ford Jr. as a senior adviser to the firm after investigating a claim of inappropriate conduct.
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The former doctor for the U.S. women’s gymnastics team was sentenced to 60 years in federal prison on child pornography counts, an effective life term that prosecutors requested to reflect admitted decades of sexual abuse against dozens of young girls, ranging from family friends to decorated Olympic athletes.
AT&T’s bid to buy Time Warner is blurring some of the ideological lines that usually split free-market conservatives from liberal skeptics of big business.
As the Burgundy market balloons, the region’s wines are fetching colossal prices at auction. Here, pro tips on drinking very well without breaking the bank, plus the best reds and whites from winemakers to watch.
The inquiry would go on anyway, and voters would trust the president even less.
Dollar General Corp. said quarterly sales rose at the fastest pace in nearly three years as the discount chain opens hundreds of new stores, many in rural areas.
Hoping to rekindle his Tasmanian Devil stage antics for an upcoming Jesus Lizard reunion tour, 57-year-old David Yow hits the gym, dials back on beer. “I don’t want to get hurt.”
Developers in competitive city markets are building in seedy neighborhoods and pitching their projects as the next big thing.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman used a distant relative as a proxy to purchase the 500-year-old “Salvator Mundi,” according to U.S. government intelligence and a Middle East art-world figure.
The most innovative, exotic new excursions from cruise ships are much more compelling than a hasty port stop. Here, a few that cover new ground
On Dec. 2, 1942, scientists carried out the first successful nuclear chain reaction, leading to the development of nuclear weapons. Seventy-five years later, here's a look at a few ways the U.S. government has tried to find positive uses for "peaceful nuclear explosions."
Al Franken rose on ‘Saturday Night Live’ from writer to performer before radio helped him shift to politics, where he became a senator from Minnesota and a power in the Democratic party.
Al Franken’s announcement Thursday that he would be stepping down as a U.S. senator in coming weeks marks the end of a decadeslong journey from the comedy stage to the national political stage.
The outdoor-recreation business has joined conservation groups and Indian tribes to oppose President Donald Trump’s move to down-size two Utah national monuments.
A white former South Carolina police officer has been sentenced to 20 years in federal prison for shooting an unarmed black motorist to death in 2015.
FBI Director Christopher Wray defended the bureau’s reputation in his first public appearance since President Donald Trump sharply criticized the nation’s premiere law-enforcement agency over the weekend.
The new Saudi Arabian leadership’s aggressive approach to Iran is shifting the balance of power across the Middle East and is having huge repercussions for the region. Iran, in response, has warned Saudi Arabia against its hawkishness. WSJ’s Niki Blasina explains the four main proxy conflicts between the two nations.
A study also shows that happiness depends on where the wealth comes from.