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Kimberley Strassel: Mueller may have Trump in his sights but he's been very good to Obama and his team

By Kimberley A. Strassel

Robert Mueller looks to be approaching his endgame, and the press is alive with speculation as to how bad the special counsel’s report will be for President Trump. It’s also worth noticing how good Mr. Mueller has been to another president, Barack Obama, and his team.

Daniel Henninger: Trump Didnโ€™t kill the Bush values -- opposition to traditional virtues was evident in 1992

By Daniel Henninger

George Bush’s death has put in motion a nostalgia for something lost. And it is a nostalgia that appears to be bipartisan. What has been lost, however, predates the election of 2016.

Facebook board backs Sheryl Sandberg's handling of research on George Soros

By Deepa Seetharaman

Facebook Inc.’s board of directors threw its support behind Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg on Wednesday, saying that it was “entirely appropriate” for her to ask if George Soros had shorted the company’s stock after the billionaire investor called the social-media giant a “menace.”

Huawei Technologies CFO arrested in Canada, accused of violating Iran sanctions

By Kate O'Keeffe

Canadian authorities said Wednesday that they have arrested the chief financial officer of China's Huawei Technologies, who is facing extradition to the United States.

Huawei Technologies CFO arrested in Canada, accused of violating Iran sanctions

By Kate O'Keeffe

Canadian authorities said Wednesday that they have arrested the chief financial officer of China's Huawei Technologies, who is facing extradition to the United States.

Karl Rove: George Bushโ€™s leadership by example

By Karl Rove

It has been gratifying to see George H.W. Bush finally receive the recognition he deserves. He was one of the finest men to serve as president and among America’s most consequential chief executives.

New York police unveil drone program

By Zolan Kanno-Youngs

New York City police officials said Tuesday they will deploy drones to assist in rescue missions, traffic-accident investigations and large-scale events, a move that raised privacy concerns among civil-liberty advocates.

Top FBI official Bill Priestap to leave government

By Byron Tau

A top FBI official who helped oversee two politically sensitive investigations related to the 2016 presidential campaign is retiring from government service.

Top FBI official Bill Priestap to leave government

By Byron Tau

A top FBI official who helped oversee two politically sensitive investigations related to the 2016 presidential campaign is retiring from government service.

Found: Lovebirds Who Lost Engagement Ring Down a Times Square Grate

By ASHLEY SOUTHALL

It was a fairy-tale ending for a couple from the United Kingdom who got engaged this weekend in New York, then dropped the too-big band down a grate.

The Michael Cohen Show: Another Trump-Russia smoking gun emerges, or not

By Wall Street Journal Editorial Board

Special counsel Robert Mueller on Thursday gave cable TV countless more hours of programming with a new plea deal with Donald Trump’s former personal attorney, Michael Cohen.

The Carpetbagger: Why Oscar Season Is Crazy, Frustrating and Still Essential

By KYLE BUCHANAN

Our new Carpetbagger columnist won’t ponder whether the Oscars matter. He knows they do — because as a snapshot of Hollywood, they also reflect so much more.

Facebook considered charging for access to user data, documents show

By Deepa Seetharaman

Internal emails show Facebook Inc. considered charging companies for continued access to user data several years ago, a step that would have marked a dramatic shift away from the social-media giant’s policy of not selling that information, according to an unredacted court document viewed by The Wall Street Journal.

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