Joseph B. White

Senior Editor, Wall Street Journal

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Senior editor in the Wall Street Journal's Washington Bureau, he writes its Eyes on the Road column

Joseph B. White on KCRW

Both Toyota and the National Transportation Safety Administration came in for harsh criticism today on Capitol Hill, from members of Congress and from witnesses, including Rhonda…

Hearings on Toyota Begin in the House

Both Toyota and the National Transportation Safety Administration came in for harsh criticism today on Capitol Hill, from members of Congress and from witnesses, including Rhonda…

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At the  UN Climate Change Conference  in Copenhagen this December, the Kyoto Treaty on Global Warming will be renegotiated.  Environmentalists say the US has a responsibility to play a…

The Economics and Politics of Global Warming

At the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen this December, the Kyoto Treaty on Global Warming will be renegotiated.  Environmentalists say the US has a responsibility to play a…

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President Obama says the battle to slow global warming will be good for the US economy.

The Economics and Politics of Global Warming

President Obama says the battle to slow global warming will be good for the US economy.

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