After Dr. Amy Reed had surgery to remove uterine fibroids, involving a procedure known as power morcellation, she learned that it had worsened her prognosis by spreading a cancer she and her doctors didn't know she had. This story, drawn from ongoing coverage in The Wall Street Journal, is a gripping human-interest account of public trust and the fallibility of modern medicine.
This e-book, with a foreword by The Wall Street Journal’s Washington Bureau Chief Gerald F. Seib, collects the WSJ’s reporting on the party’s struggle to regroup – and, perhaps, unify its sometimes-fractured elements – after Mr. Obama’s 2012 victory, all in hopes of a comeback.
This briefing, with a foreword by the Wall Street Journal’s Chief Economics Correspondent Jon Hilsenrath, excerpts the Journal’s coverage of Ms. Yellen and the Federal Reserve, providing context and background for the committee’s meeting in March and beyond.
The 2014 World Cup brought with it excitement, drama, artistry and disappointment -- both on and off the field. This e-book from The Wall Street Journal collects dispatches from our coverage of the sights, sounds and culture of the world's favorite sport as seen in Brazil, its spiritual home.