Kimberley Strassel

Wall Street Journal

Guest/Host

Member of the Wall Street Journal's editorial board

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Fear of Ebola, Fear on Wall Street, Midterm worries and freezing eggs, the new corporate benefit.

A Week of Fear: Ebola, Wall Street, Midterms & Freezing Eggs

Fear of Ebola, Fear on Wall Street, Midterm worries and freezing eggs, the new corporate benefit.

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Republicans are pointing fingers at one another, but most agree on one thing: even if  John McCain  had not lost to  Barack Obama , the GOP was in trouble.

Republicans Regroup as the Opposition

Republicans are pointing fingers at one another, but most agree on one thing: even if John McCain had not lost to Barack Obama , the GOP was in trouble.

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