Profile

Cover photo
Jess Bravin
Works at The Wall Street Journal
165,425 views
AboutPostsVideos

Stream

Jess Bravin

Shared publicly  - 
 
 
Google Gets Bipartisan Bill Title Nod
Senators Tom Coburn (R., OK) and Claire McCaskill (D., MO) have introduced the Let Me Google That For You Act , which would eliminate the  National Technical Information Service. The NTIS was established in 1950 and attempts to archive and sell governmental...
Senators Tom Coburn (R., OK) and Claire McCaskill (D., MO) have introduced the Let Me Google That For You Act, which would eliminate the  National Technical Information Service. The NTIS was established in 1950 and attempts t...
1
Add a comment...

Jess Bravin

Shared publicly  - 
 
Seize the Day: Cops win big at #SCOTUS, which upholds warrantless search, asset forfeiture before conviction. http://t.co/bnXDNFbH8a
1
Add a comment...

Jess Bravin

Shared publicly  - 
2
Jan Herman's profile photo
 
Congratulations! Weekly? Will it be behind the pay wall or will i be able to read it, as i cld today?

Sent from my iPhone
Add a comment...

Jess Bravin

Shared publicly  - 
 
Back to School: 5th Circuit questions desegregation plan for Mississippi district still resisting suit filed in 1965.

http://m.us.wsj.com/article_email/SB10001424052702304640104579487761813735886-lMyQjAxMTA0MDAwNzEwNDcyWj
1
Add a comment...

Jess Bravin

Shared publicly  - 
 
Derailed: Abandoned RR tracks don't revert to the gov't, #SCOTUS sez, threatening nationwide Rails-to-Trails program http://is.gd/1lbOyh
1
Add a comment...
1
Add a comment...

Jess Bravin

Shared publicly  - 
 
Nine Years in the Making: In a long-awaited Guantanamo plea bargain, former al Qaeda maritime operative Ahmed al Darbi will testify against his old boss, Abd al Rahim al Nashiri, at military commission trial for bombing of USS Cole. Get the backstory on Darbi--and how abuse by US interrogators almost derailed the case against him--in THE TERROR COURTS, coming in paperback, March 2014. http://goo.gl/uq16Rt #GTMO
1
henry weinstein's profile photo
 
thanks for the alert.
Add a comment...
Story
Tagline
Supreme Court correspondent, The Wall Street Journal.
Introduction
Occupant of the only Supreme Court Press Room cubicle to be featured in TIME magazine.
Links
Contributor to
Work
Occupation
Journalist
Employment
  • The Wall Street Journal
    Supreme Court Correspondent, present