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Trump administration may roll back safety rules put in place after BP oil spill
After the BP oil spill in 2010, a new federal oversight agency was created: the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement. Now, according to the Wall Street Journal, it’s proposing to roll back some of the safety rules it created. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
Why do we love La Croix so much?
The flavored soda water has been around for over three decades. What makes it taste so good?
Why boredom is a bank ethicist's best friend
Success is 'when your company is not in the pages for misconduct,' says Princeton's's David Miller.
Wall Street Journal battles for freedom of the press in Britain
The British government is trying to prohibit The Wall Street Journal from publishing the names of trades implicated in the LIBOR scandal.
SafeHouse could get you busted
The Wall Street Journal announced a new WikiLeaks-type site for sources to upload confidential documents. The site was built internally and...
MID-DAY UPDATE: Egypt offers supplies to fellow protesters, White House works to settle mortgage breakdowns
As protests and violence continues to escalate in Libya, Egyptian citizens are offering more than just moral support. As Mitchell Hartman reports...
MID-DAY UPDATE: U.S. reviews Middle East arms deals, China moves to discourage protests
As the unrest in the Middle East continues to escalate today, the Wall Street Journal is reporting that the Obama administration has launched a...
MID-DAY UPDATE: Fannie and Freddie, commercial real estate, Jordanian tourism
The Mortgage Bankers Association this morning reported that applications for home mortgages dropped 5.5 percent last week. And the Wall Street...
The New York Times v. The Wall Street Journal
The fine folks at the Taiwanese animation company NextMedia Animation brought their special touch to the New York Times v. Wall Street Journal...