We looked inside some of the tweets by @WSJ and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Rankings (sorted by number of followers)
3. in category Daily News
17. in category Media
56. in country United States
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House Democratic leaders are signaling a renewed emphasis on health care and other issues over opposition to President Trump even as they press for the release of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report
Chief Justice Roberts repeated concerns he has articulated previously about the court getting too tangled up with political redistricting
Lenders are working hard to close home loans faster than ever before. Borrowers could be the real winners.
A Southwest 737 MAX made an emergency landing in Orlando; airline said the problem wasn’t related to the system under scrutiny after recent crashes
Before "Veep" and "Arrested Development," actor Tony Hale grew up dodging sports and bullies in a teen theater program
In the wake of "Leaving Neverland" and "Surviving R. Kelly" some T-shirt vendors are struggling to sell the singers' shirts
A Justice Department official said it will take weeks, not months, to review special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on his Russia investigation and produce a version for release to Congress and the public
Opinion: By refusing even to come close to meeting NATO's spending targets, Berlin is thumbing its nose not only at Donald Trump but at the U.S., writes @wrmead
Wayfair plans to open its first physical retail store in Natick, Mass., in early fall, as the online retailer seeks to expand the way it reaches consumers
“We’re gunning for five years.” Researchers are trying to raise old mice.
“If you move into town, you’re going to spend your entire salary paying for a house." Buyers, repeating history and tempting fate, are looking to the exurbs.
Emmet Flood, the top lawyer representing the White House in the special counsel investigation, is expected to leave his post in coming months now that probe is complete
Many have seen the Sistine Chapel. But few have witnessed the inner workings of the conservation and cleaning of one of the world’s most frequented museums.
Beijing revoked a seed-import permit for a Canadian grain handler, citing discovery of pests, in a move seen as an effort to pressure Canada to release a Huawei executive
In a nod to cybersecurity concerns, SEC says data from a stock-market-activity database will be stored in accordance with stringent security protocols
Before an alleged scheme to extort Nike with Michael Avenatti, Mark Geragos had courted Nike on behalf of former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick
Apple violated Qualcomm patent, rules U.S. trade judge, who recommends a limited ban on imports of iPhones
Blanche and Grace, two old mice, provided clues to scientists doing research on aging. Grace was 4 years and 9 months old when she died, roughly the equivalent of 150 human years.
House Democrats fall short in effort to override Trump’s veto of a measure to block his national-emergency declaration for wall funding
“It feels like 2006 without the fake high at the end of the rainbow.” A crash in the exurban housing market almost killed the U.S. economy. Now it's roaring back.