The Wall Street Journal

Elon Musk’s Boundary-Blurring Relationships With Women at SpaceX

The billionaire founder had sex with an employee and a former intern, and asked a woman at his company to have his babies

Their Loved Ones Died in Plane Crashes. Now They Fight for Change.

Boeing 737 MAX, Colgan Air accidents spur grieving families to push for accountability and safety improvements—with some recent wins

Russia Raises Income Tax on Rich to Pay for Ukraine War

Military expenditure is running at over 6% of GDP, approaching levels reached by the Soviet Union at the height of the Cold War

Biden’s Alliance-Building Tested by Trump at Home and Abroad

The president and other G-7 leaders are coping with unhappy voters, some of whom crave strongman politicians with inward-looking policies

Gaza Chief’s Brutal Calculation: Civilian Bloodshed Will Help Hamas

Yahya Sinwar’s correspondence with compatriots and mediators shows he is confident that Hamas can outlast Israel

Donald Trump Joins TikTok Years After Trying to Ban the App

More than 170 million Americans use the short video platform, according the company

The Most Dangerous Job in Mexican Politics: Running for Mayor

The country has turned into a deadly place to run for municipal office, with more than 200 candidates, activists and officials killed this election season

Don’t You Dare Call Me Without Texting First

‘Extremely annoyed.’ The etiquette of unexpected phone calls divides friends, families and co-workers.