BATALI: FALL OF CHEF SUPERSTAR Review: The Missing Ingredient

The Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal


Today's News

In today's news, we have a review of the new BATALI documentary, an update on the Magnus Carlsen-Hans Niemann chess drama, and news about Walmart's holiday hiring plans. We also have stories about the ongoing unrest in Palestine, and about staff cuts at Meta and Google.


  • 'BATALI: FALL OF CHEF SUPERSTAR': A review of the documentary about celebrity chef Mario Batali, who was accused of sexual misconduct.
  • The Question Behind the Magnus Carlsen-Hans Niemann Drama: How to Cheat at Chess: A look at the controversy surrounding the world chess championship.
  • Senate Set to Vote on Climate Treaty Amendment Cutting HFCs in Air Conditioners: The Senate is set to vote on an amendment to the Montreal Protocol that would phase out hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs).
  • Warner Music Set to Name YouTube Business Chief Robert Kyncl Next CEO: Warner Music is reportedly set to name Robert Kyncl, YouTube's head of business, as its next CEO.
  • Walmart Slows Holiday Hiring With Plan to Add 40000 Seasonal Workers: Walmart is slowing down its holiday hiring this year, with a plan to add 40,000 seasonal workers.
  • Smoke From Mosquito Fire Shrouds Lake Tahoe Despite California's Mild Fire Season: Smoke from a wildfire in California's Sierra Nevada has blanketed Lake Tahoe.
  • Young Palestinians Battle Israeli Troops and Palestinian Authority, Deepening Unrest: Palestinian youths are clash with Israeli troops and the Palestinian Authority, deepening the unrest in the region.
  • Meta and Google are cutting staff. Just don't mention layoffs.: Google-owned artificial intelligence startup Meta is cutting staff, but is not using the word "layoffs.