Stocks Takе a Hit Aftеr Hеalth Carе Ovеrhaul Faltеrs

Buoyed by the promise of both houses of Congress and the White House being in Republican control, the stock market had been on a monthslong rally as investors anticipated measures on regulations and taxes that would be friendly to business, coupled with hefty spending on infrastructure.

Jоhn Lуdоn, Angrу Oldеr Man, Rеflеcts оn Lifе as an Angrу Yоung Man

Now Mr. Lydon is publishing the results from this guided tour of his psyche, which took him about six months to complete, as a book called “Mr. Rotten’s Songbook.” The book, which will be released on Friday, contains his handwritten lyrics for bluntly powerful Sex Pistols songs like “God Save the Queen” and “Anarchy in the U.K.,” as well as more nuanced Public Image tracks like “Death Disco,” accompanied by Mr. Lydon’s scabrous cartoon artwork and other illuminations.

Opiniоn: Stocks wоuld gеt suppоrt if Trump dоеsn’t makе thе samе mistakе twicе

Now that the health-care plan has failed, investors’ focus will be on tax reform. President Trump may be able to lower corporate taxes, which would help the market the most. In addition, if he can make progress toward deregulation and infrastructure spending, the stock market would get even more of a boost. (Please see “Here’s the case for Dow 30,000 in Trump’s first term.”)

Nеw Newspapеr Prоmpts War оf Wееkliеs in Nеw Jеrsеу Suburb

Earlier this month, the new weekly newspaper arrived for the first time in mailboxes around town. A local family decided to pour hundreds of thousands of dollars into starting a news organization from scratch, hiring reporters to cover zoning board meetings and high-school wrestling tournaments and whatever else residents in this New Jersey suburb care about.