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Berkshire Shareholders Go on Shopping Spree
Berkshire Shareholders Go on Shopping Spree

At Berkshire Hathaway's annual meeting in Omaha, Nebraska, the exhibitions were opened early for shareholders to load up on See's Candy, Fruit of the Loom and even Warren Buffett ketchup. Photo: AP

Royal Baby: William and Kate Take New Princess Home
Royal Baby: William and Kate Take New Princess Home

Britain’s Prince William and his wife Kate stepped outside of London’s St. Mary’s Hospital to show the world their newborn princess before heading home on Saturday evening. Photo:

Nepal Earthquake: Drone Footage Shows Extent of Damage
Nepal Earthquake: Drone Footage Shows Extent of Damage

Raw drone footage shot in Nepal on May 2 shows the damage near the epicenter of the magnitude-7.8 earthquake that shook the country on April 25.

Reagan Masterpiece: 1985 Bergen-Belsen Speech
Reagan Masterpiece: 1985 Bergen-Belsen Speech

Watch Ronald Reagan's speech at the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp in Germany on May 5, 1985. Photo: Ronald Reagan Library

It's a Girl! Royal Baby No. 2 Has Arrived
It's a Girl! Royal Baby No. 2 Has Arrived

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have had their second child. The new princess is fourth in line to the British throne. Jenny Gross reports.

Bridget Anne Kelly on Bridge Scandal: 'I Am Not Guilty'
Bridget Anne Kelly on Bridge Scandal: 'I Am Not Guilty'

Bridget Anne Kelly, Gov. Chris Christie's former deputy chief of staff, and her attorney spoke at a news conference in Livingston, N.J., where Ms. Kelly denied any wrongdoing in the George Washington Bridge scandal. Photo: Associated Press

‘Smart' Invisible Ink Could Foil Counterfeiters
‘Smart' Invisible Ink Could Foil Counterfeiters

Researchers at Northwestern University have developed a new kind of sophisticated invisible ink that they say can be used to create codes that would be nearly impossible for counterfeiters to duplicate. Photo: Northwestern University

Gabelli Not Worried About Buffett Succession
Gabelli Not Worried About Buffett Succession

Mario Gabelli, founder of GAMCO Investors, talks about the future of Berkshire Hathaway and Warren Buffett's succession plan. Photo: AP

Attorney: Ex-Christie Ally 'Deeply Regrets' Role
Attorney: Ex-Christie Ally 'Deeply Regrets' Role

David Wildstein’s attorney Alan Zegas said his client “deeply regrets” his involvement in the George Washington Bridge lane closure scandal and repeated his claim that Gov. Chris Christie knew about it. Photo: Associated Press

A New Twist in Case of Missing Moose
A New Twist in Case of Missing Moose

Scientists studying why moose are disappearing in Minnesota's forests will stop putting GPS collars on the iconic beasts after bad things started happening to some of the test subjects. Photo: Minnesota Department of Natural Resources

What Is Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway?
What Is Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway?

After 50 years with Warren Buffett at the helm, Berkshire Hathaway has grown to be one of the largest companies in the world. Here's a look at how Berkshire has grown under his leadership. Photo: AP

Making Fine Wine Without All the Calories
Making Fine Wine Without All the Calories

New Zealand vintner tries a new method of making low-calorie wine that may have less impact on flavor. The Wall Street Journal’s Lucy Craymer has a taste. Photo: Stuart Mccormick / Stucam.

U.S. Attorney Announces Charges in Bridge Scandal
U.S. Attorney Announces Charges in Bridge Scandal

U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman said at a news conference that Bridget Anne Kelly and Bill Baroni were charged in a scheme to close lanes at the George Washington Bridge and that David Wildstein, also charged, had pleaded guilty. Photo: Associated Press

Mayweather-Pacquiao: What It's Like to Be in Las Vegas
Mayweather-Pacquiao: What It's Like to Be in Las Vegas

WSJ's Lee Hawkins reports from the ground in Las Vegas, as the city buzzes for a historic boxing match between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao. Photo: Getty

WSJ Market Wrap: May 1, 2015
WSJ Market Wrap: May 1, 2015

U.S. stocks rose Friday, bouncing back from the previous session’s steep declines. LinkedIn sharply lowered its guidance for the year. Photo: AP

Barron's Buzz: China's Raging Bull Market
Barron's Buzz: China's Raging Bull Market

Is China's booming stock showing signs of slowing down? Barron's Jack Hough previews the new issue of Barron's magazine.

Saudi Arabia Tries Putting Young Face on Aging Monarchy
Saudi Arabia Tries Putting Young Face on Aging Monarchy

When Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz named his son, Mohammed bin Salman, to the role of Deputy Crown Prince, analysts say it signaled a push to skew younger in a country where almost half the population is under 24.

Study: Cosmic Rays Could Damage Astronauts' Brain
Study: Cosmic Rays Could Damage Astronauts' Brain

A NASA-funded study finds that exposure to radiation during a journey between Earth and Mars could cause subtle brain damage in astronauts. WSJ's Lee Hotz reports.

Will 'Bridgegate' Indictments Hurt Chris Christie?
Will 'Bridgegate' Indictments Hurt Chris Christie?

As former Chris Christie allies receive indictments, what are the implications for a potential presidential run for the New Jersey governor? Republican strategist Brad Blakeman discusses.

Buffett-Style Investing Lessons
Buffett-Style Investing Lessons

Mario Gabelli, founder of GAMCO Investors, says ordinary investors can learn from billionaire Warren Buffett's investing style by understanding how to grow and maintain capital. Photo: Getty

Kissel's Weekly Opinion Wrap for Fri, May 1
Kissel's Weekly Opinion Wrap for Fri, May 1

Editorial Board Member Mary Kissel wraps up the week’s commentary and highlights her not-to-miss picks.

Is the Elon Musk Bubble About to Burst?
Is the Elon Musk Bubble About to Burst?

Business World Columnist Holman Jenkins Jr. on Tesla’s new battery system for home power storage. Photo: Getty Images

May Day Around the World
May Day Around the World

May 1 is known as May Day, or International Workers' Day. People around the world demonstrate for workers rights in colorful parades and protests, some of which turn into violent clashes with the police. Photo: AP.

Chipotle's Anti-Science Scaremongering
Chipotle's Anti-Science Scaremongering

Business World Columnist Holman Jenkins Jr. on the restaurant chain’s decision to remove genetically modified foods from its menu. Photo: Getty Images