Will a ‘Blue Shift’ Swing Wisconsin?

Here we go again: Absentee votes in Wisconsin are due by Election Day, state law says. But on Monday a federal judge ordered the counting of ballots that arrive by Nov. 9, provided their postmarks say Nov. 3. After similar rulings in Pennsylvania and Michigan, none of...

Sheldon Whitehouse Goes Dark – WSJ

We didn’t know Sheldon Whitehouse scared so easily. Our editorial Tuesday laid out questions to ask the Rhode Island Senator about his own dark-money ties when he testified before a House Judiciary subcommittee. At the event he refused to answer, and Democratic...

Where Was the Battery at Tesla’s Battery Day?

“Large format reduces all the ‘inactive’ materials, like packaging. So pack-level energy density will improve and cost will come down,” says Shirley Meng, a materials scientist who runs the Laboratory for Energy Storage & Conversion at the University of...

Biden and the Supreme Court

‘The voters of this country should be heard,” Joe Biden said this weekend as he exhorted Senate Republicans to block a vote on President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee. That might be clever messaging—who doesn’t want voters to be heard? But there’s one problem: Unlike...

The Xinjiang Model Comes to Tibet

The Communist Party’s oppression of Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang has tarnished China’s image and complicated its relationship with countless countries. Yet a report from the Jamestown Foundation published Tuesday says Beijing is extending this repression by bringing...