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Airlines Struggle to Fix Flight Delays, Cancellations Ahead of July 4

P.M. Edition for July 1. Airlines are working to resolve flight delays, cancellations and other issues that have saddled the industry as they head into a busy stretch during the summer travel season. One thing that isn't abating? Demand from travelers. WSJ airlines reporter Alison Sider joins host Annmarie Fertoli to discuss. Learn more about your...

Can Markets Bounce Back After a Grueling Six Months?

A.M. Edition for July 1. Global markets have closed out their most bruising first half of a year in decades. WSJ markets reporter Akane Otani explains that while history suggests the next six months could see a turnaround, investor sentiment remains pessimistic. Luke Vargas hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Supreme Court Limits EPA’s Authority

P.M. Edition for June 30. The Supreme Court has ended its term with a blockbuster ruling that limits the authority of the Environmental Protection Agency. The ruling could have far-reaching implications, not just for the EPA and the Biden administration’s climate plan, but for other federal agencies as well. WSJ energy policy reporter Tim Puko joins...

WSJ Poll: Ukrainians Reject Ceding Land for Peace

A.M. Edition for June 30. An overwhelming majority of Ukrainians say it would be unacceptable to reach a peace deal with Russia by ceding territory to Moscow, according to a new WSJ-NORC poll carried out earlier this month. WSJ news editor Aaron Zitner explains what Ukrainians had to say about President Volodymyr Zelensky and international support for...

Supreme Court Rules Oklahoma Has Jurisdiction on Tribal Lands

P.M. Edition for June 29. In 2020, the Supreme Court ruled that nearly half of the state of Oklahoma is Native American territory. But today, the court partially reversed that decision, ruling that Oklahoma can prosecute non-Native-Americans on tribal lands. WSJ justice and judiciary editor James Graff joins host Annmarie Fertoli to discuss what the...

Can America's Rural Resurgence Last?

A.M. Edition for June 29. Many small communities across the U.S. have seen an infusion of remote workers drawn away from big cities during the pandemic. Wall Street Journal labor economics reporter Sarah Chaney Cambon spoke to business owners in one community who are capitalizing on this labor shift and explains whether this rural resurgence is likely...

Migrant Deaths in San Antonio Draw Attention to Southern Border Surge

P.M. Edition for June 28. Three people believed to be part of a migrant-smuggling operation have been taken into custody, following the deaths of at least 51 people who were among those found in a sweltering tractor-trailer in San Antonio, Texas, on Monday. Immigration reporter Alicia Caldwell joins host Annmarie Fertoli to discuss the tragedy and what...

China’s Lockdown Risks Delay a Return to Business as Usual

A.M. Edition for June 28. The city of Shanghai may be emerging from a monthslong Covid-induced lockdown, but for companies across China, concerns about abrupt future lockdowns loom large. WSJ China corporate correspondent Liza Lin explains how a recent cycle of pandemic restrictions could complicate future business decisions and risk denting consumer...

Your Questions About the Supreme Court Decision to Overturn Roe v. Wade

P.M. Edition for June 27. The Supreme Court’s ruling to end protections for abortion access has left it to the states to decide whether to allow or restrict the procedure. On today’s episode, Congressional reporter Natalie Andrews, Supreme Court correspondent Jess Bravin, and legal affairs reporter Laura Kusisto join host Annmarie Fertoli to answer...

G-7 Leaders to Adopt New Russia Sanctions

A.M. Edition for June 27. The leaders of the Group of Seven leading industrialized nations meeting in Germany are expected to agree on further sanctions against Russia over its invasion of Ukraine. WSJ Germany correspondent Bojan Pancevski says Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky addressed the G-7 summit asking for more weapons to be delivered to...

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