The Tulsa Race Massacre | 100 Years Later
In 1921, a massacre destroyed a thriving segregated community. Today, Black Americans still struggle to recreate that same kind of prosperity. In this series, The Wall Street Journal explores the legacy of the Tulsa Race Massacre and its economic reverberations, piecing together a story of both resilience and loss.
President Joe Biden says Texas voting bill is “part of an assault on democracy”
Senate Bill 7, a Republican priority voting bill, would limit early voting hours, curtail local voting options and further clamp down on mail-in voting, among several other provisions.
Keith McNally on Nearly Dying, Graydon Carter, Defending Woody Allen, and Saving His Restaurant Empire
Restaurant king Keith McNally tells Tim Teeman about fighting COVID, facing ruin, defending Woody Allen and Ghislaine Maxwell, his Graydon Carter feud, and D.C.’s Minetta Tavern.