Title IX and the Rise and Fall of Women’s Sports

Title IX and the Rise and Fall of Women’s Sports

Demonstrators call on President Biden to protect women’s sports in Washington, June 23. Photo: Michaal Nigro / Zuma Press Bernice Sandler, the “godmother of Title IX,” said the legislation she helped write was “the most important step for gender equality since the 19th Amendment gave us the right to vote.” Title IX turned 50 this … Read more

Cryptocurrencies Are Down, But Don’t Count Them Out

Updated June 24, 2022 9:27 pm ET / Original June 24, 2022 9:15 pm ET Order Reprints Print Article Text size This commentary was issued recently by money managers, research firms, and market newsletter writers and has been edited by Barron’s. Crypto Endgame Isn’t Near Paulsen’s Perspective The Leuthold GroupJune 24: Cryptocurrencies have long been … Read more

How Far Do Putin’s Imperial Ambitions Go? – The Wall Street Journal

How Far Do Putin’s Imperial Ambitions Go?The Wall Street Journal From Russian Elites, No Sign of Broad Challenge to PutinYahoo News Op-Ed | The Spirit of ’76: Protecting us against the Putin PlaybookAMNY View Full Coverage on Google News

Colombian President-Elect’s Economic Revamp Faces Cost Crunch – The Wall Street Journal

Colombian President-Elect’s Economic Revamp Faces Cost CrunchThe Wall Street Journal Colombia: President-elect looks to build governing coalitionThe Washington Post The Guardian view on Colombia’s election: a chance for a changeThe Guardian Colombia’s shift to the left: A new ‘pink tide’ in Latin America?Al Jazeera English View Full Coverage on Google News

Intel Delays Groundbreaking Ceremony for Ohio Plant Amid Uncertainty Over Chips Legislation

WASHINGTON—Intel has told lawmakers and officials that it is delaying indefinitely the groundbreaking ceremony for a planned multibillion-dollar chip-manufacturing facility in Ohio, signaling frustration over uncertainty in Congress about legislation that would provide support for the US chip industry. The ceremony had been tentatively scheduled for July 22. Intel informed the office of Ohio Gov. … Read more

You Won Your Gun Case. You’re Fired. – The Wall Street Journal

You Won Your Gun Case. You’re Fired.The Wall Street Journal Paul Clement wins Second Amendment case at Supreme Court, leaves law firmCNN Star Lawyer Exits Firm as It Drops Gun Rights Cases Hours After Supreme Court WinThe Daily Beast Paul Clement to start new litigation firm as Kirkland eschews gun casesReuters.com View Full Coverage on … Read more

Russia’s Welcome at Brics Summit Shows Disconnect With West

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday was welcomed at a virtual summit with the presidents of China, India, Brazil and South Africa in a stark reminder of the limits of US-led efforts to ostracize Moscow. The Brics nation summit, hosted virtually by Chinese President Xi Jinping, gave Mr. Putin his most high-profile international stage in … Read more

Ukraine Becomes an Official EU Membership Candidate

European Union leaders agreed Thursday to make Ukraine an official candidate to join the bloc, opening the door to possible membership in the years to come. The decision was agreed to by EU leaders at a summit in Brussels and fulfills one of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky‘s biggest requests of European countries. It also is … Read more

Supreme Court Strikes Down New York Concealed-Gun Law in Sweeping Decision

The Supreme Court struck down New York State’s system for issuing concealed-weapons permits, ruling that the century-old law requiring applicants to demonstrate “proper cause” and “good moral character” violates the Second Amendment. The 6-3 decision in the case, New York State Rifle & Pistol Association Inc. v. Bruen, marks the widest expansion of gun rights … Read more

Ken Griffin Moving Citadel From Chicago to Miami Following Crime Complaints

Billionaire Ken Griffin is relocating his big hedge-fund firm Citadel from Chicago to Miami, the third major employer to announce the move of a corporate headquarters from Illinois in the past two months. In a letter to employees Thursday that was viewed by The Wall Street Journal, Mr. Griffin said he had personally moved to … Read more