To use the Wall Street Journal's basic search engine, simply type your search terms or keywords into the engine, and then click on the Search button. The website then pulls up a list of relevant articles and blog hits for you to browse and read.
You can also enter news, quotes, videos or companies into the search engine to search within those frameworks. Aim for both specificity and frequently used keywords when typing in your search terms. For example, to search for articles on the 2016 presidential race, type this phrase into the search engine, rather than just "Presidential Race." The search engine may also pull up a list of search terms related to the ones you entered, and may also show your recent search entries, related topics and people in the news and company names.
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