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Kids Learn Etiquette Through Ballroom Dance
Kids Learn Etiquette Through Ballroom Dance

Students at P.S. 307 in the Bronx learn manners while learning how to dance.

Dan Neil: Top Cars of 2014
Dan Neil: Top Cars of 2014

From hybrids to futuristic new cars, WSJ's Dan Neil had a close-up at the notable cars of 2014. He reveals his favorites of the year on the News Hub with Sara Murray. Photo: Ferrari.

Month-Old Cheetahs 'Doing Well'
Month-Old Cheetahs 'Doing Well'

Four cheetah cubs born at Prague zoo in November are doing well, according to keepers.

Why Refugees to Greece Are Sewing Their Mouths Shut
Why Refugees to Greece Are Sewing Their Mouths Shut

Detainees describe dismal conditions inside Greece's EU-cofunded immigration detention centers.

Tunisians Prepare for Crucial Presidential Run-Off
Tunisians Prepare for Crucial Presidential Run-Off

Tunisian's are getting ready for the second round of a crucial presidential election. They toppled autocrat Ben Ali in 2011 and helped inspire the Arab Spring revolts. On Sunday, they'll hold a run off vote for their first DIRECTLY elected president .... the FINAL step in the North African state's transition to full democracy.

Gametime App Delivers Sports Tickets on iOS and Android
Gametime App Delivers Sports Tickets on iOS and Android

Gametime specializes in last-minute sports tickets on-the-go. CEO and Founder Brad Griffith talks major league tickets and funding.

Ebola Claims 7,000 Lives, Hits Sierra Leone Hardest
Ebola Claims 7,000 Lives, Hits Sierra Leone Hardest

The Ebola epidemic has claimed the lives of nearly 7,400 people and western Sierra Leone is the region to see the worst of the outbreak recently.

Locker Room Brawl Leaves HS Football Player Hospitalized
Locker Room Brawl Leaves HS Football Player Hospitalized

Authorities are investigating a locker room fight at a California high school that left a football player hospitalized in the ICU.

Denzel Washington Blacklisted? Foreign Audiences Racist, Says Producer
Denzel Washington Blacklisted? Foreign Audiences Racist, Says Producer

An unnamed producer questioned whether two-time Oscar winner Denzel Washington should be cast in films dependent on foreign box office returns because those moviegoers are racist.

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: The Year in Review
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: The Year in Review

MH370 dropped off the radar an hour into flight. At the end of 2014, the families of the victims still have no answers. WSJ's Jason Bellini reports.

Cyclist Survives Fall Under Lorry
Cyclist Survives Fall Under Lorry

A cyclist in China avoids serious injury after being knocked off his bike by a truck at a busy junction.

A Slow Life Working Aboard Kenya’s Century-Old Train
A Slow Life Working Aboard Kenya’s Century-Old Train

There are 3,000 workers employed at the Nairobi Railway. They include conductors, engineers, janitors, and ticketing booth clerks. Though breakdowns and delays limit time off, and there’s no overtime pay, many say they wouldn't trade the job for anything.

Castro to U.S.: Respect Our System of Government
Castro to U.S.: Respect Our System of Government

A round of applause as Cuban president Raul Castro enters the National Assembly -- where he speaks of looking forward to normalizing relations with the U.S....but warns that does not mean any changes to Cuba's system of government.

Code42 Embraces BYOD
Code42 Embraces BYOD

Code42 is a data protection and management company embracing BYOD. CEO Matthew Dornquast, discusses data management and company outlook.

Will China Help the U.S. Investigate Sony Hack?
Will China Help the U.S. Investigate Sony Hack?

The U.S. is asking for China's aid in investigating the Sony cyber attack, although North Korean hackers might've used Chinese networks.

Toddler Suffering from Mystery Illness Baffles Doctors
Toddler Suffering from Mystery Illness Baffles Doctors

From the time he was born, 18-month old Jude DeMatteis has been unable to digest proteins. His parents say the toddler is often in pain and must live off a feeding tube to survive. Adding to the heartbreak, Jude's illness remains undiagnosed.

Stephen Colbert's Portrait to Hang at the Smithsonian
Stephen Colbert's Portrait to Hang at the Smithsonian

Stephen Colbert’s portrait is going up at the Smithsonian... again. The painting, created for the show's final season as a gag, will hang in the famed museum's National Portrait Gallery until April 19th, where it will be displayed between two bathrooms. The portrait was created to celebrate the end of Colbert’s nine-year persona on Comedy Central’s “The Colbert Report.” The comedian and the museum had teamed up once before several years ago, when Colbert's petitioned to have a portrait of himsel

2014: Biggest Breakthroughs in Space Exploration
2014: Biggest Breakthroughs in Space Exploration

(Photo: ESA/ATG medialab)

Protests as Xi Jinping Visits Macau
Protests as Xi Jinping Visits Macau

Chinese President Xi Jinping is visiting Macau to mark the 15th anniversary of the former Portuguese colony's return to China.

EnergyEntrepreneurs: A Greener Air Conditioner
EnergyEntrepreneurs: A Greener Air Conditioner

An entrepreneur in China dreams of ending global warming.

Santa Goes Scuba Diving
Santa Goes Scuba Diving

Santa Claus went scuba diving in the Florida Keys to spread some holiday cheer. It's an annual tradition for dive shop operator Spencer Slate who dresses up as Santa each year to go on the underwater dive. But it's not just for fun. Spencer raises money for a local children's charity that buys gifts for kids in need during the holiday season. Santa took the dive in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary at Davis Reef, five miles off the coast of Islamorada.

Apple to Take Bite Out of Your Wallet
Apple to Take Bite Out of Your Wallet

Apple unveiled a slew of gadgets and introduced its mobile payments system.

Two NYPD Officers Ambushed, Killed In Brooklyn
Two NYPD Officers Ambushed, Killed In Brooklyn

Two NYPD officers were shot and killed in Brooklyn. Police say the suspect ambushed the officers in their patrol car before committing suicide.

LA City Councilman's 94-Year-Old Grandmother Robbed
LA City Councilman's 94-Year-Old Grandmother Robbed

Police were searching Friday for a skateboarder and his accomplice wanted for robbing the 94-year-old grandmother of Los Angeles City Councilman Joe Buscaino.