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Fed Debate on Rates Heats Up as Tapering Continues
Fed Debate on Rates Heats Up as Tapering Continues

Analysis of the Fed's decision to continue tapering it bond-buying program with WSJ's Simon Constable, Emma Moody, Josh Zumbrun and PNC Financial senior macroeconomist Gus Faucher. Photo: Getty

Senator Corker Discusses the 2014 Tennessee Senate Race
Senator Corker Discusses the 2014 Tennessee Senate Race

Sen. Bob Corker (R., Tenn.) discusses with WSJ's Jerry Seib about the coming Senate election in November and his belief that current Senator Lamar Alexander Alexander (R., Tenn.) will stave off a challenge from the Tea Party and go on to win another term.

Federal Reserve to Continue Tapering Bond Purchases
Federal Reserve to Continue Tapering Bond Purchases

WSJ's Jon Hilsenrath gives analysis on the Federal Reserve's move to continue to scale back its purchases of mortgage and Treasury bonds to $25 billion a month.

Still a 2% Growth Economy
Still a 2% Growth Economy

American Action Forum President Doug Holtz-Eakin on the second-quarter GDP rebound. Photo credit: Getty Images.

FDA to Sunbathers: Get Burned
FDA to Sunbathers: Get Burned

Editorial Board Member Joe Rago on the House effort to accelerate the Food and Drug Administration’s sunscreen approvals. Photo credit: Getty Images.

Big Labor’s Labor Board Lackeys
Big Labor’s Labor Board Lackeys

International Franchise Association President and CEO Steve Caldeira on new labor regulations that could destroy the franchise business model. Photo credit: Getty Images.

Governor Cuomo’s Anti-Corruption Charade
Governor Cuomo’s Anti-Corruption Charade

New York Post Editorial Writer Robert George on Governor Cuomo’s latest defense of the Moreland Commission. Photo credit: Getty Images.

The New Luxury: Fur Handbags and Purses for Fall
The New Luxury: Fur Handbags and Purses for Fall

Furry fashion alert: Luxury bags made of fine furs that sort of resemble stuffed animals are going to be everywhere this fall. WSJ style columnist Christina Binkley joins Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero with more on this. Photo: Neiman Marcus/Fendi

Obama Weighs Fewer Deportations of Illegal Immigrants
Obama Weighs Fewer Deportations of Illegal Immigrants

In the wake of Congress’ failure to pass immigration legislation, there’s been a shift in the White House's thinking about what the president can do on his own for illegal immigrants. WSJ's Laura Meckler joins Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero to discuss. Photo: Getty

Heavy Drinking Shows Impact Later in Life
Heavy Drinking Shows Impact Later in Life

People who have a history of drinking problems by the time they are middle-aged are more than twice as likely to exhibit memory problems in later life as those who don’t. WSJ's Melinda Beck has the details on Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero. Photo: Getty

A Chef's Tips on Jazzing Up Vegetables
A Chef's Tips on Jazzing Up Vegetables

Amanda Cohen, chef and owner of Dirt Candy vegetarian restaurant, loves finding ways to bring creativity to summer veggies, like using beet greens for pesto by blending it with green garlic and parmesan cheese. She joins Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero to show us how. Photo: Brian Harkin for The Wall Street Journal

What and How Every Toddler Needs To Eat
What and How Every Toddler Needs To Eat

Is your toddler getting enough of the nutrients crucial to his or her first few years? Dr. Scott Cohen, a board-certified pediatrician and author, discusses on Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero. Photo: Getty

Senator Corker on the Possible Republican Senate
Senator Corker on the Possible Republican Senate

Senator Bob Corker (R., Tenn.) discusses his optimistic view with WSJ's Jerry Seib on the prospects of cooperation in a Republican controlled Senate.

Senator Corker on the Highway Trust Fund 'Victory'
Senator Corker on the Highway Trust Fund 'Victory'

The night after a vote to temporarily extend the financing of the Highway Trust Fund, Sen. Bob Corker (R., Tenn.) explains to WSJ's Jerry Seib why it was such an accomplishment for both Republicans and Democrats.

Senator Corker on the Republican Agenda in Congress
Senator Corker on the Republican Agenda in Congress

Senator Corker discusses with WSJ's Jerry Seib about what the legislative agenda will be for a Republican controlled Senate and House.

When Will We See Driverless Cars on the Road?
When Will We See Driverless Cars on the Road?

The U.K. government wants to jump start driverless cars on Britain’s streets, aiming to have road tests in three cities by January. WSJ's Lisa Fleisher explains when we can expect to see driverless cars on the road. Photo: AP

Lytro Illum Camera Review: Photos Just Got Deeper
Lytro Illum Camera Review: Photos Just Got Deeper

Lytro’s latest camera lets viewers shift focus and perspective on photos after they were shot. Personal Technology Columnist Geoffrey A. Fowler tests whether this is photography’s next chapter, or just a neat gimmick.

U.S. Second Quarter Growth Grows at 4% and More News
U.S. Second Quarter Growth Grows at 4% and More News

What's News: U.S. second quarter GDP expands at a seasonally adjusted rate of 4%. U.N. officials say Israeli artillery hit a school sheltering 3,000 Palestinians. Argentina's banking association works on last-minute plan to prevent default. Lee Hawkins reports. Photo: AP

Does the Fed Ignore Food and Energy?
Does the Fed Ignore Food and Energy?

WSJ's Chief Economics Correspondent Jon Hilsenrath explains inflation and why the Federal Reserve seemingly ignores food and energy prices in its index.

Are Aging Workers Hurting Companies?
Are Aging Workers Hurting Companies?

The percentage of workers age 55 and up in the workforce has climbed significantly in the past 30 years, but could aging workers actually be hurting the economy? DHR International CEO Geoff Hoffman joins MoneyBeat with Paul Vigna. Photo: iStock/jacomstephens.

Economy Grows 4%, but Is That Good Enough?
Economy Grows 4%, but Is That Good Enough?

The U.S. economy rebounded strongly this spring after a first-quarter contraction, eking out positive growth over the past six months and raising hopes for sustained growth in the second half of 2014. Josh Zumbrun joins MoneyBeat with Paul Vigna.

What to Expect from Tesla's Earnings
What to Expect from Tesla's Earnings

Electric-car maker Tesla is scheduled to be released after the bell Thursday, and Mike Ramsey joins MoneyBeat with Paul Vigna to preview the results. Photo: Tesla.

MH17: Still No Safe Passage to Crash Site
MH17: Still No Safe Passage to Crash Site

International investigators may still not be able to get to the crash site of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 for some time due to the fighting between Kiev's forces and the pro-Russian rebels. WSJ's Paul Sonne joins the News Hub with Simon Constable with the details. Photo: Getty

Why Do Millennials Prefer Cash to Investing Money?
Why Do Millennials Prefer Cash to Investing Money?

In the last year, the S&P 500 delivered 17% and cash investments delivered 1%. Which would you rather have? In a Bankrate study, millennials said they'd rather have the cash. The Mutual Fund Store's Senior Vice President of Investments Andy Smith joins Simon Constable on the News Hub to discuss. Photo: Getty