Why list your home for sale when you can collect rent? Ford warns of parts shortages as unfinished vehicles pile up.

The Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal


Today's News

Welcome to today's edition of the news. In today's headlines, we've got a review of a new book, a look at election skepticism, a profile of a key figure in inflation, a report from a strange police-sponsored pot party, and more.


  • A review of the Eero Saarinen-designed TWA Flight Center at JFK International Airport
  • How election skeptics are preparing for potential voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election
  • Former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker's views on inflation
  • A police department in Canada that throws an annual pot party to celebrate cannabis legalization
  • The Ukrainian military's advances against pro-Russian separatists in the country's east
  • The preparations that went into Queen Elizabeth II's funeral
  • Home sellers who are choosing to rent out their properties instead of selling them in a slowing market
  • The best business credit card for 2022
  • Tips for surviving the next market crash
  • Why meme stock traders are buying shares of Avaya despite concerns from Wall Street analysts
  • Ford Motor Company's warning that parts shortages will lead to more unfinished vehicles
  • Delta Air Lines' plans to improve its margins and reduce debt as travel demand rebounds
  • Take-Two Interactive's announcement that hackers have downloaded footage from the upcoming "Grand Theft Auto" game