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Will Apple Pay Keep You Safer From Fraud?
Will Apple Pay Keep You Safer From Fraud?

As merchants face an epidemic of data breaches, consumers wonder: Will Apple Pay be any safer? Priya Anand discusses. Photo: Apple

Ebola: What Is the FDA Hiding?
Ebola: What Is the FDA Hiding?

Goldwater Institute Political Consultant Starlee Coleman asks why federal bureaucrats granted Ebola patients special access to experimental drugs. Plus, Michigan passes a 'Right to Try' law.

Unaccountable Care Organizations
Unaccountable Care Organizations

Editorial Board Member Joe Rago explains why the Obama Administration’s new healthcare business model hasn’t reduced costs.

GOP on Offense in House, Gubernatorial Elections
GOP on Offense in House, Gubernatorial Elections

Editorial Page Editor Paul Gigot on the GOP’s effort to win elections in traditionally Democratic strongholds in Massachusetts, California and elsewhere.

The Key Senate Races Up for Grabs
The Key Senate Races Up for Grabs

Editorial Page Editor Paul Gigot on the Senate races.

The Met Opera's 'Death of Klinghoffer' - Trailer
The Met Opera's 'Death of Klinghoffer' - Trailer

John Adams’ opera 'The Death of Klinghoffer' has drawn protests ahead of its opening Oct. 20 at the Metropolitan Opera. This is the Met's trailer for the work.

Ebola Fight: Hopes Are High in Liberia's Capital
Ebola Fight: Hopes Are High in Liberia's Capital

As Ebola ravages West Africa, Liberia's capital, Monrovia, has seen a decrease in new patients infected with the disease.

Dozens Arrested During Keene State College Riots
Dozens Arrested During Keene State College Riots

Riots broke out at Keene State College in Keene, N.H., during the annual Pumpkin Festival on October 18. Police dispersed the crowds using tear gas and pepper spray and dozens were arrested.

'Mr. Dynamite: The Rise of James Brown'
'Mr. Dynamite: The Rise of James Brown'

Watch an exclusive clip from the new HBO documentary 'Mr. Dynamite: The Rise of James Brown.'

The Half-Marathon Sprints to Front Lines
The Half-Marathon Sprints to Front Lines

Nearly two million people ran a half-marathon last year, making it one of the most popular races in the U.S. WSJ's Rachel Bachman and Tanya Rivero discuss.

Breast Cancer: DNA May Protect Hispanic Women
Breast Cancer: DNA May Protect Hispanic Women

A new study shows that a genetic trait protects many Hispanic women from breast cancer. WSJ's Robert Lee Hotz reports on Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero.

Investors Seek to Buy Adidas’s Reebok Unit
Investors Seek to Buy Adidas’s Reebok Unit

An investor group from Hong Kong and Abu Dhabi is launching a bid to buy Reebok from Adidas in a move that would unwind a disappointing eight-year marriage of sneaker makers.

Where Is Opportunity in America?
Where Is Opportunity in America?

The 2014 opportunity index reveals poverty and inequality are on the rise, but some states are faring better than others. Opportunity Nation Founder Mark Edwards joins Money Beat.

Ultrasound Probes Used for Children's Speech Therapy
Ultrasound Probes Used for Children's Speech Therapy

Speech therapists are using ultrasound imaging to help fix the hardest speech problem in children. WSJ's Sumathi Reddy and NYU's Tara McAllister Byun, Ph.D. discuss.

When Women Encounter a Different Kind of Pay Gap
When Women Encounter a Different Kind of Pay Gap

More women are starting their own businesses only to find a different kind of pay gap. Small business expert Susan Solovic joins Tanya Rivero on Lunch Break.

WSJ House of the Week: Sky Views or Napa Estate?
WSJ House of the Week: Sky Views or Napa Estate?

WSJ's House of the Week contenders include a Four Seasons private residence with sky views and a light, airy townhouse. Stefanos Chen has the winner.

Why CBS Stock Is a Winner
Why CBS Stock Is a Winner

Barron's Bounce: In addition to the Tiffany Network, shares of Western Digital and Post Holdings are moving higher after positive stories in Barron's.

IBM Posts Disappointing Earnings
IBM Posts Disappointing Earnings

IBM’s earnings force Big Blue to lower the company's 2015 profit goal as they are hit by a customer spending slowdown.

IBM Doesn't Expect to Hit Profit Target, and More
IBM Doesn't Expect to Hit Profit Target, and More

What's News: IBM doesn't expect to meet its goal of $20 a share next year, China's growth slows sharply by 3.9% over the coming decade, and a call for calm in Hong Kong.

Peyton Manning Breaks Record for Career Touchdown Passes
Peyton Manning Breaks Record for Career Touchdown Passes

Peyton Manning put his name into the NFL record book yet again, breaking Brett Favre's record for career touchdown passes with his 509th on Sunday. WSJ's Niki Blasina reports.

Mon., Oct. 20: Watch IBM Stock
Mon., Oct. 20: Watch IBM Stock

IBM, Apple and CSX Corp. are among stocks to watch. MarketWatch's Victor Reklaitis has the details on the News Hub with Simon Constable.

Fighting Islamic State with Frontline Syrian Kurds
Fighting Islamic State with Frontline Syrian Kurds

As Kurdish armed militia lead the ground offensive against Islamic State, Turkey says it will allow Iraqi Kurdish fighters into Syria. WSJ’s Mark Kelly reports.

Asian Markets Rise As European, U.S. Markets Drop and More
Asian Markets Rise As European, U.S. Markets Drop and More

Asian markets are up while European and U.S. stocks are mostly low. MarketWatch's Victor Reklaitis has the details on the News Hub with Simon Constable.

Apple Pay Rolls Out, But With Holes in System
Apple Pay Rolls Out, But With Holes in System

The tech industry and its consumers have their eyes on Apple Pay after it launched with some holes in its system. WSJ's Brian Fitzgerald and Simon Constable discuss.