Rachel Handler and Leah Beckmann recorded this week's episode of “Lady Problems” before the election, in a simpler time when a violent, white supremacist, misogynist, xenophobic, KKK-backed, sexually predatory, unstable, dangerously unqualified demagogue was not yet our president. So while they don't spend the episode taking down Trump, rest assured that they'll verbally destroy him very soon. In the meantime, please enjoy their interview with Anna Biller, the director of a movie called The Love Witch, which, appropriately, is about a woman taking down the men who've mistreated her. Leah, Rachel, and Anna also talk about the relationship between art and politics, then solve a Lady Problem about boning and telling for a caller named Jessica.
Slate's tech columnist Farhad Manjoo and Dear Prudence advice columnist Emily Yoffe debate the question: Should you use your WiFi network name to communicate with your neighbors?
Bret Stephens and Mary Kissel discuss the fallout from Brussels, Obama's mislocation in Havana, and a ray of light in Buenos Aires.
This Week in Barron's: the biggest cash cows among US companies and Barron's choice for the top 25; MetLife is becoming an increasingly attractive stock; what to do about declining mutual fund values; most of corporate America still faces headwinds.