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Man on Japan Train Sets Himself on Fire; Two Dead
Man on Japan Train Sets Himself on Fire; Two Dead

A passenger on one of Japan's high-speed bullet trains traveling from Tokyo to Osaka set himself on fire Tuesday, causing his death and the death of a female passenger. At least nine others were injured, one seriously, mostly from smoke inhalation. (Video: AP Video)

The Marketing Power of YouTube Stars
The Marketing Power of YouTube Stars

The Likes of Coca-Cola, Samsung and Buick are turning to YouTube stars such as Kurt Hugo Schneider and Macy Kate to help them reach a younger demographic. Schneider and Kate tell the WSJ's Eva Tam how they do it.

NBC to Donald Trump: You're Fired!
NBC to Donald Trump: You're Fired!

NBC Universal has joined Univision in cutting business ties with Donald Trump after his controversial remarks about Mexican immigrants.

U.S. Stocks Tumble on Greek Debt Crisis
U.S. Stocks Tumble on Greek Debt Crisis

The Dow Industrials plunged 350 points, wiping out gains for the year. The broad based market declines came as Greece said it won’t make a debt repayment to the IMF due Tuesday. Photo: Getty Images

Could Free Agent LeBron James Leave the Cavs?
Could Free Agent LeBron James Leave the Cavs?

LeBron James has informed the Cleveland Cavaliers that he’s opting out of his contract to become a free agent. But will he sign with another team? The WSJ’s Lee Hawkins reports. Photo: Getty

Turner Enlists Bugs Bunny, Scooby-Doo
Turner Enlists Bugs Bunny, Scooby-Doo

Time Warner’s Boomerang Network channel will debut new cartoons featuring Bugs Bunny and Scooby-Doo with the hope of boosting its fortunes in the children’s television business. Photo: Warner Bros. Animation

Is Joe Biden Preparing a Run for President?
Is Joe Biden Preparing a Run for President?

Speculation is mounting that Vice President Joe Biden is readying a 2016 presidential bid.

Puerto Rico Debt: What Investors Need to Know
Puerto Rico Debt: What Investors Need to Know

Andrew Bary of Barron's tells Jack Otter what just happened in San Juan, and what it means for municipal bond investors.

Opinion Journal: Christie and Kasich's Presidential Chances
Opinion Journal: Christie and Kasich's Presidential Chances

Editorial Page Editor Paul Gigot on the latest candidates expected to bid for the GOP presidential nomination. Photo credit: Getty Images.

Opinion Journal: What's Next for Greece?
Opinion Journal: What's Next for Greece?

Editorial Page Editor Paul Gigot on the state of the economy and European bailout negotiations. Photo credit: Getty Images.

Opinion Journal: EPA Isn't All-Powerful
Opinion Journal: EPA Isn't All-Powerful

Editorial Member Joe Rago on the Supreme Court’s 5-4 ruling in Michigan v. EPA. Photo credit: Getty Images.

Opinion Journal: Iran's New Red Lines
Opinion Journal: Iran's New Red Lines

Israel Project Managing Director of Press & Strategy Omri Ceren with an update on the nuclear talks. Photo credit: Getty Images.

Tech Giants Play Accounting Games
Tech Giants Play Accounting Games

Shares of LinkedIn, Facebook, Qualcomm and others down after a skeptical Barron's story. Meanwhile, on a down day, ClubCorp is higher on a Barron's recommendation. Digital Realty Trust is holding its own.

How Often Should I Wash My Towels?
How Often Should I Wash My Towels?

Bathroom rugs and kitchen towels carry many germs, but how often should they be washed? UC Berkeley professor Dr. John Swartzberg explains. Photo: Getty

Moneyologist: Who to Invite to My Gay Wedding?
Moneyologist: Who to Invite to My Gay Wedding?

Should a gay couple who has had tension with family members in the past invite certain relatives to their wedding? Moneyologist Quentin Fottrell discusses with WSJ's Tanya Rivero. Photo: AP

How to Score Last-Minute Theater Tickets
How to Score Last-Minute Theater Tickets

TodayTix is an app that offers last-minute tickets to theater shows in New York and London. Founders Merritt Baer and Brian Fenty discuss with WSJ's Tanya Rivero. Photo: TodayTix

Threats of Illness as Travelers Scale New Heights
Threats of Illness as Travelers Scale New Heights

As more travelers opt for adventure at high elevations, concern is growing about altitude-related illnesses. WSJ's Laura Landro explains how to reach the heights safely.

Assad Chemical Threat Mounts
Assad Chemical Threat Mounts

U.S. intelligence agencies are on the alert for the use of chemical weapons by the Assad regime in key Syrian strongholds if Islamist fighters and other rebels try to overrun them. Andrew Tabler, senior fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, discusses.

Five Reasons You Need An Estate Plan
Five Reasons You Need An Estate Plan

Here are five reasons you need an estate plan. WSJ Wealth Adviser's Veronica Dagher reports.

Greek Bailout: Can a Deal Still Be Struck?
Greek Bailout: Can a Deal Still Be Struck?

Greece has shut down its banking system for six days and imposed capital controls after the European Central Bank opted not to expand a lifeline of emergency funds. Charles Forelle assesses whether a bailout deal is still possible.

Why China's Stocks Keep Tumbling
Why China's Stocks Keep Tumbling

China’s stock markets sold off sharply ,despite an interest-rate cut from the country’s central bank over the weekend, with the benchmark Shanghai Composite falling more than 20% from June highs to close in bear territory.

Solar Plane Leaves Japan for Hawaii
Solar Plane Leaves Japan for Hawaii

In the first attempt by a solar-powered plane to fly around the world, Solar Impulse 2 embarked on the hardest and longest leg of the journey: Japan to Hawaii. Dipti Kapadia has the details. Photo: Getty Images

Taste Test: Will Bobby Jindal Like Hillary Clinton's Cookies?
Taste Test: Will Bobby Jindal Like Hillary Clinton's Cookies?

Hillary Clinton has a cookie recipe. So does the Louisiana governor's mansion. Which is tastier? GOP presidential candidate Bobby Jindal sits down for a blind taste test.

Wimbledon 2015: Djokovic, Federer and the Men to Watch
Wimbledon 2015: Djokovic, Federer and the Men to Watch

Is there anyone who can beat defending champion Novak Djokovic at Wimbledon? WSJ's Joshua Robinson and Niki Blasina take a look at the world no. 1 and the other male players who could take the trophy and $2.9 million prize. Photo: AP.