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L.A. Auto Show: LR Discovery Sport and Jaguar XE
L.A. Auto Show: LR Discovery Sport and Jaguar XE

Jaguar Land Rover is betting on the new Discovery Sport and the Jaguar XE in its aims to grow customers around the world, including China. CEO Rafe Speth talks with WSJ's Mike Ramsey at the L.A. Auto Show.

The Most Luxurious Car at the L.A. Auto Show
The Most Luxurious Car at the L.A. Auto Show

WSJ's John Stoll steps inside the new Mercedes Maybach in which the best seat is the back seat.

New Zealand Gives Xi Jinping a Haka Welcome
New Zealand Gives Xi Jinping a Haka Welcome

Chinese President Xi Jinping arrives in New Zealand for talks with the country's prime minister. Officials greeted Mr. Xi with a traditional Maori hongi greeting and a Haka dance. (Video: AP)

Toyota’s Hydrogen Car: A Test Drive
Toyota’s Hydrogen Car: A Test Drive

Toyota Mirai, the first hydrogen-powered fuel-cell vehicle being sold to the public, offers a brisk and nimble ride, despite its considerable bulk. And instead of carbon dioxide, it emits water. Photo: Eric Pfanner/The Wall Street Journal

Cowardly Lion Costume Goes Up for Auction
Cowardly Lion Costume Goes Up for Auction

Collectors of Hollywood memorabilia could net a big prize when the original Cowardly Lion costume from "The Wizard of Oz" goes up for auction in New York. Photo: Steve Remich for The Wall Street Journal

New WSJ/NBC Poll Finds Americans Want Compromise
New WSJ/NBC Poll Finds Americans Want Compromise

A new WSJ/NBC poll finds Americans are generally happy with the midterm election results but are looking for compromise between Democrats and the new Republicans.

NBC, Netflix Drop Bill Cosby Projects
NBC, Netflix Drop Bill Cosby Projects

NBC and Netflix are shelving projects with Bill Cosby as sexual assault allegations against the comedian mount. WSJ's Lee Hawkins reports on the fallout and Cosby's strategy for handling the growing controversy. Photo: Getty Images

Bill Cosby Denies Comment on Sex Abuse Allegations
Bill Cosby Denies Comment on Sex Abuse Allegations

In this interview with the Associated Press on Nov. 6, 2014, Bill Cosby first refuses to answer questions about sexual abuse allegations against him and later asks that the AP not use his on-camera denial. (Video/Photo: AP)

Jerry Seib: Divisions Run Deep on Immigration Action
Jerry Seib: Divisions Run Deep on Immigration Action

According to a new WSJ/NBC News poll, Americans are deeply divided on immigration policy and what President Obama should do about it. Photo: AP

Miss Honduras 2014 and Sister Found Murdered
Miss Honduras 2014 and Sister Found Murdered

The bodies of Miss Honduras 2014 Maria Jose Alvarado, and her sister Sofia, were found Wednesday near the spa where they were last seen. Honduran police have arrested two men in connection to their murder. Photo/Video: AP

Tony Robbins Responds to Critics
Tony Robbins Responds to Critics

“Money: Master the Game” author Tony Robbins responds to his critics and talks to WSJ’s Lee Hawkins about the importance of creating results and what has defined his career. Photo: Getty.

Two New Videos Said to Show ISIS Members From France
Two New Videos Said to Show ISIS Members From France

The French government suspects that two 22-year-old men in a recent ISIS execution video are from France. And on Wednesday, another video surfaced showing three men said to be from France.

Tony Robbins on What Makes Him Angry
Tony Robbins on What Makes Him Angry

Entrepreneur, life and business strategist Tony Robbins talks with Lee Hawkins about what he learned from his work with the world’s top financial investors and how anger drove him to write his first book in two decades, “Money: Master the Game.” Photo: Getty.

Tony Robbins on the Keys to Wealth
Tony Robbins on the Keys to Wealth

“Money: Master the Game” Author Tony Robbins discusses his own rags to riches background and the how the average person can achieve wealth.

Retirement Adviser: Buy Stocks Instead of Bonds?
Retirement Adviser: Buy Stocks Instead of Bonds?

Most financial planners tell retirees to trim stock holdings as they age, but a new study says there may be a better way. MarketWatch's Robert Powell talks with experts about a "rising equity glide path."

Retirement Adviser: Managing Your Risks
Retirement Adviser: Managing Your Risks

Long-term care, inflation, stock-market volatility: There are numerous challenges facing retirees. MarketWatch's Robert Powell talks with three experts about managing retirement risks.

Retirement Adviser: Managing Costs and Inflation
Retirement Adviser: Managing Costs and Inflation

At a recent panel discussion, MarketWatch's Robert Powell and three experts field questions from the audience on how to handle inflation and how to compare costs on income products.

Retirement Adviser: Two Income Strategies
Retirement Adviser: Two Income Strategies

How do you convert your retirement savings into a stream of income? MarketWatch's Robert Powell discusses with retirement experts two opposing schools of thought: "probability" and "safety-first."

Is a Reprieve Coming for Student Loan Borrowers?
Is a Reprieve Coming for Student Loan Borrowers?

After years of resisting the move, two of the biggest providers of private student loans are easing terms for struggling borrowers by lowering interest rates, extending repayment periods and waiving some balances. Annamaria Adriotis joins the News Hub. Photo: Getty.

Obama to Preview Immigration Plan Thursday Evening
Obama to Preview Immigration Plan Thursday Evening

President Obama is planning changes to the U.S. immigration system. What might an executive action look like? Washington University law professor Stephen Legomsky explains on the News Hub. Photo: Getty.

Retirement Adviser: Have You Saved Enough?
Retirement Adviser: Have You Saved Enough?

Pension specialists use complex methods to determine whether a plan is "funded." MarketWatch's Robert Powell talks with experts about how people saving on their own can tell whether they've saved enough for retirement.

More Women With Cancer Opt for Radical Surgery
More Women With Cancer Opt for Radical Surgery

The number of women with early-stage cancer in one breast who opt to have both breasts removed is rising steeply, according to a new study of 1.2 million patients. WSJ's Melinda Beck reports on the News Hub. Photo. AP.

Excerpts: Meredith Monk's 'On Behalf of Nature'
Excerpts: Meredith Monk's 'On Behalf of Nature'

Excerpts from Meredith Monk’s ecology-inspired performance piece “On Behalf of Nature,” which has its New York premiere December 3 at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Photo/video: The House Foundation for the Arts

Nearly Six Feet of Snow Blankets Upstate New York
Nearly Six Feet of Snow Blankets Upstate New York

A snow storm claimed at least seven lives and dumped up to six feet of snow on parts of upstate New York, New Hampshire and Michigan, but it isn't over yet. Photo/Video: AP