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WSJ.com revamps Washington Wire, Fiscally Fit

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New York—The Wall Street Journal Online, the largest paid subscription news site on the Web, Monday announced major changes in two of its most popular columns, Washington Wire and Fiscally Fit.

Washington Wire, a weekly report on politics and policy, will go live online. The column will continue to appear in the print Journal on Friday, but the Journal's Washington bureau will be updating it every weekday with analysis and news from inside and outside the Beltway.

The Fiscally Fit column, written by Terri Cullen, has been recast to put the "personal" back into personal finance. Cullen will use her own family's concerns—ranging from saving on grocery bills to dealing with health insurance—as a springboard for examining issues that affect Online Journal readers.

—Matthew Schwartz

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