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Sweden Wins Eurovision Song Contest
Sweden Wins Eurovision Song Contest

Sweden's Mans Zelmerlow won the 60th Eurovision Song Contest with "Heroes" on Saturday evening in Vienna. Courtesy AP.

John Nash, Mathematician in ‘A Beautiful Mind,' Dies in Crash
John Nash, Mathematician in ‘A Beautiful Mind,' Dies in Crash

Mathematician John Forbes Nash Jr., who inspired the movie ‘A Beautiful Mind’ which chronicled the Nobel Prize winner’s struggle with schizophrenia, was killed in a crash on the New Jersey Turnpike. Photo: Charles Rex Arbogast/Associated Press.

Cleveland Officer Acquitted in Two Shooting Deaths
Cleveland Officer Acquitted in Two Shooting Deaths

A white Cleveland patrolman was acquitted Saturday in the shooting deaths of two unarmed black suspects during a 137-shot barrage of gunfire in 2012. WSJ's Carly Marsh reports. Photo: AP

Ireland Votes in Favor of Same-Sex Marriage
Ireland Votes in Favor of Same-Sex Marriage

Ireland became the first country in the world to legalize gay marriage by popular vote on Saturday. Results show support for same-sex marriage extended beyond Dublin and into the countryside. Photo: AP

The Funniest Commencement Speeches of 2015
The Funniest Commencement Speeches of 2015

The class of 2015 was sent into the world this month, with words of wisdom, inspiration, and even a few laughs. Here are some highlights from our favorite commencement speeches this May.

Can FIFA Govern Itself?
Can FIFA Govern Itself?

FIFA delegates will soon meet to a elect a new president. But what looks like a democratic process isn't without criticism. WSJ's Jonathan Clegg reports. Photo: Getty

WSJ Market Wrap: May 22, 2015
WSJ Market Wrap: May 22, 2015

U.S. stocks ended slightly lower Friday, capping off a week of low trading volumes and no market-moving catalysts. Uber is in talks for a $1 billion credit facility with six to seven banks. Photo: Getty

Barron's Buzz: The Rise of the Robo Advisor
Barron's Buzz: The Rise of the Robo Advisor

Barron's Jack Hough previews the new issue of the magazine, including a cover story on the so-called "robo advisor." Photo: AP

Clinton's Benghazi Emails Released: Analysis
Clinton's Benghazi Emails Released: Analysis

The State Department released nearly 300 emails that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton sent and received in the aftermath of the September 2012 attacks on an American diplomatic facility in Benghazi, Libya. WSJ's Aaron Zitner reports. Photo: AP

Clinton's Emails: Why Releasing Them All Takes So Long
Clinton's Emails: Why Releasing Them All Takes So Long

The State Department is going through 30,000 of Hillary Clinton’s emails from her time as Secretary and will release them on a rolling basis. What is the vetting process, and why will it take until January 2016 to get through them all? Photo: Getty

Top Five Fittest U.S. Cities
Top Five Fittest U.S. Cities

Across America, cities are adding bike lanes, parks, and encouraging healthy lifestyles. But which ones are doing the best job? Here's a list of the five fittest cities in the country.

Opinion Journal: Kissel's Weekly Opinion Wrap
Opinion Journal: Kissel's Weekly Opinion Wrap

Editorial Board Member Mary Kissel wraps up the week’s commentary and highlights her not-to-miss picks.

Opinion Journal: Iraq's Christian Exodus
Opinion Journal: Iraq's Christian Exodus

Iraqi Christian Relief Council Founder Julianna Taimoorzay on the plight of religious minorities in the Middle East. Photo: Getty Images

If We're Winning Iraq, What's Losing Look Like?
If We're Winning Iraq, What's Losing Look Like?

Global View Columnist Bret Stephens on the fall of Palmyra and President Obama’s MidEast strategy. Photo: Associated Press

Opinion Journal: No New New York Charters
Opinion Journal: No New New York Charters

New York Post Editorial Writer Robert George on the state’s rejection of all new charter schools. Photo: Getty Images

Opinion Journal: Obama, Israel and ‘Jewish Values'
Opinion Journal: Obama, Israel and ‘Jewish Values'

The Israel Project Managing Director of Press & Strategy Omri Ceren on the President’s speech marking Jewish American Heritage Month. Plus, an update on the nuclear deal. Photo: Getty Images

How Can a Pizza Be Worth $2.4 Million in Bitcoin?
How Can a Pizza Be Worth $2.4 Million in Bitcoin?

WSJ’s Paul Vigna honors Bitcoin Pizza Day, the five-year anniversary of an unorthodox method of buying a pizza.

Private Properties: A 'Gatsby' Home, and More
Private Properties: A 'Gatsby' Home, and More

From the house where "The Great Gatsby" was written to a sprawling California ranch, Candace Taylor discusses this week's Private Properties with Tanya Rivero. Photo: Steven Bababekov

Rumble Seat: 2015 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen
Rumble Seat: 2015 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen

How does the 2015 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen drive? Rumble seat columnist Dan Neil discusses his test drive with Tanya Rivero on Lunch Break. Photo: Volkswagen of America, Inc.

Egg Prices Soar as Bird Flu Spreads
Egg Prices Soar as Bird Flu Spreads

The worst U.S. bird flu outbreak in history is forcing farms to suspend operations, while prices of eggs and turkeys move higher. WSJ's Kelsey Gee discusses with Tanya Rivero. Photo: Getty

Cycling from San Francisco to Los Angeles
Cycling from San Francisco to Los Angeles

WSJ reporter Rory Jones shares his experience cycling over 500 miles along California State Route 1, from San Francisco to Los Angeles.

GOP Primary Focuses on National Security
GOP Primary Focuses on National Security

With the territorial advances by Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, GOP presidential candidates are honing their message on national security. WSJ politics reporter Reid Epstein explains. Photo: AP

ISIS in Ramadi; Hillary Clinton's Campaign; GOP Primary
ISIS in Ramadi; Hillary Clinton's Campaign; GOP Primary

WSJ Washington bureau chief Jerry Seib discusses the fall of the Iraqi town of Ramadi to ISIS and the state of the 2016 presidential election, with reporters Gordon Lubold, Reid Epstein and Peter Nicholas. Photo: AP

Uber in Talks for $1 Billion Credit Facility With Banks
Uber in Talks for $1 Billion Credit Facility With Banks

What's News: Uber in talks for $1 billion credit facility with six to seven banks. Employees at the Eiffel tower are protesting against pickpockets. Ireland now voting on whether to allow same-sex marriage.