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As part of the WSJ Tech Live conference, columnist Jason Gay spoke with Andrew Wilson, chief executive of Electronic Arts, the maker of ‘Apex Legends,’ ‘Need for Speed,’ ‘FIFA’ and ‘The Sims.

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Former football star Pat Tillman and Marine Cpl. Jason Dunham were killed on the same day: April 22.

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Jason Gay is the Wall Street Journal's sports columnist and a humor columnist for the WSJ's Review section. The author of the 2015 bestseller “Little Victories,”.

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Jason Gay is the Wall Street Journal's sports columnist and a humor columnist for the WSJ's Review section. The author of the 2015 bestseller "Little Victories," Jason has written for additional publications including Vogue, GQ, Rolling Stone, and Outside.

Jason Gay is the Wall Street Journal's sports columnist and a humor columnist for the WSJ's Review section. The author of the 2015 bestseller "Little Victories," Jason has written for additional publications including Vogue, GQ, Rolling Stone, and Outside.

He came out as gay shortly afterward, and went on an average of three dates a week. “I just needed to figure out what I liked,” he said. “I was kind of going through puberty again.”.

Harper’s incredibly tone deaf piece in the Wall Street Journal this week.

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In his hilarious debut, Wall Street Journal writer Jason Gay embarks on a comic journey through family and fatherhood, sickness and health, heartbreak and joy. Watch the video. What rules should YOU be following? Get the email.

Baseball Without Fans? What A Pandemic Summer Season Could Look Like – We look at what’s fair and foul in Major League Baseball’s proposal to return to the field this summer amid the coronavirus.

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