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The Wall Street Journal – Russian missiles hit a shopping mall in central Ukraine on Monday, President Volodymyr Zelensky said, as Russia’s forces sought to...

The Wall Street Journal – Russian forces targeted at least two large North American-owned grain terminals in the Ukrainian port of Mykolaiv on Wednesday, as...

The Wall Street Journal – The two-year global semiconductor shortage is threatening to spread to some of the most advanced chips needed for next-generation smartphones...

The Wall Street Journal – Police said the gunman who shot and killed four people in a Tulsa, Okla., hospital had undergone back surgery there in...

The Wall Street Journal – Thousands of well-wishers gathered in central London to witness a military parade and a gun salute to mark the start...

The Wall Street Journal – For decades, the world has depended on China as a massive factory floor and market. As the country’s economic growth...

The Wall Street Journal – U.S. inflation remained close to its highest annual rate in four decades last month, declining only slightly to 8.3% with signs the...

The Wall Street Journal – Former President Donald Trump criticized the leaking of the draft opinion written by Justice Samuel Alito in an interview Tuesday...

The Wall Street Journal – Natural-gas prices swung higher on both sides of the Atlantic on Wednesday after Russia stopped exports to Poland and Bulgaria,...

The Wall Street Journal – Warren Buffett has long held his cards close to the vest when it comes to his investing plans. Now, charities...

The Wall Street Journal – Russian forces destroyed the last remaining bridge to Severodonetsk, cutting Ukrainian supply lines and moving to consolidate control over the...

The Wall Street Journal – The Biden administration is gearing up to roll out vaccines for children under age 5 in conjunction with educational and...

The Wall Street Journal – Saudi Arabia took steps Thursday to boost oil production and extend a truce with Iran-backed forces in Yemen, two significant...

The Wall Street Journal – Poor results from big U.S. retailers sent stocks skidding Wednesday, putting Wall Street on course to extend the year’s volatility....

Dozens of Ukrainian civilians were killed on one four-mile stretch of road outside Kyiv during the month of March. A WSJ analysis of videos, photos...

The Wall Street Journal – The European Union proposed a ban on imports of Russian crude within six months and on refined oil products from...

The Wall Street Journal – The U.S. economy shrank at a 1.4% annual rate in the first quarter as supply disruptions weighed on output, though solid...