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Jerry Seib: Two Questions Facing Congress on ISIS
Jerry Seib: Two Questions Facing Congress on ISIS

Lawmakers face two questions in granting President Obama's authority to confront the Islamic State. How much freedom should Obama have to act as he chooses? And should the mission have an expiration date? WSJ's Jerry Seib explains.

Goldman Sachs’ Slant on the Fed
Goldman Sachs’ Slant on the Fed

Macro analyst Francesco Garzarelli lays out why the Fed is unlikely to shift its tone in September and why the dollar’s rally makes perfect sense.

China Brings the Stimulus
China Brings the Stimulus

China’s central bank has opened its spigot to a certain extent. Heard on the Street columnists Alex Frangos, Aaron Back and Abheek Bhattacharya debate what this means for the economy.

Chuck Berry: Still Rockin' at 87
Chuck Berry: Still Rockin' at 87

Rock 'n' roll legend Chuck Berry may not be duck-walking across the stage anymore. But at the age of 87, he still plays a regular gig in the Duck Room, a bar in his hometown of St. Louis, Mo.

2014 MacArthur Fellows: Old Problems, Modern Solutions
2014 MacArthur Fellows: Old Problems, Modern Solutions

Fellows selected by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation receive more than $500,000 each. The 2014 batch includes mathematicians, a cartoonist and a criminal lawyer.

Kerry Washington Discusses Domestic Violence
Kerry Washington Discusses Domestic Violence

“Scandal” actress Kerry Washington talks to the WSJ’s Lee Hawkins about domestic violence and financial abuse and her non-profit work in that area. Photo: Associated Press

Scientists Examine Incredibly Rare Colossal Squid
Scientists Examine Incredibly Rare Colossal Squid

Scientists from the Aukland University of Technology in New Zealand began inspecting a colossal squid, weighing 770 pounds on Tuesday. The creature is thought to be only the second intact specimen ever found.

How a Wall Street Felon Stayed in This Mansion
How a Wall Street Felon Stayed in This Mansion

Paul Bilzerian, a Wall Street felon who owed the government $62 million, lived for nearly two decades in his "Taj Mahal." WSJ's Jason Bellini reports.

Apple Watch: Creep Capability & Cool Connectivity
Apple Watch: Creep Capability & Cool Connectivity

The Apple Watch is expected to launch in early 2015 and heralds deeper connectivity to friends, work and our wallets. Social media expert Jay Oatway says the device is a big evolutionary leap riddled with technological pros and social cons.

Can OnePlus 'One Up' Apple's New iPhones?
Can OnePlus 'One Up' Apple's New iPhones?

Apple launches the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus this September but there may be a better smartphone out there at half the cost. The WSJ's Eva Tam reviews the OnePlus One Android smartphone – a phone that you’ll even need an invite to buy.

iOS 8 Review: A New Phone Without Buying One
iOS 8 Review: A New Phone Without Buying One

Forget the iPhone 6, Apple's newest software upgrade brings big changes as well. WSJ Personal Tech Columnist Joanna Stern dives into the new operating system in her review. Photo/Video: Drew Evans for The Wall Street Journal

iPhone 6 Review: Bigger Screen Gets More Done
iPhone 6 Review: Bigger Screen Gets More Done

The new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are Apple's largest phones ever. But what will that extra real estate do for you? Personal Technology Columnist Geoffrey A. Fowler takes you on a test drive.

Will Obama's 'No Combat Troops' Pledge Hold in ISIS Fight?
Will Obama's 'No Combat Troops' Pledge Hold in ISIS Fight?

During Senate testimony, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Martin Dempsey, left the door open to the possibility of U.S. ground troops being used to combat the Islamic State.

Shaun White Compares Music and Snowboarding
Shaun White Compares Music and Snowboarding

Gold-medalist athlete, businessman and musician Shaun White tells WSJ's Tanya Rivero about how it really feels being up on stage performing with his band 'Bad Things.'

Shaun White Talks About Fear While Snowboarding
Shaun White Talks About Fear While Snowboarding

Snowboarding champion Shaun White, a two-time Olympic gold medalist, tells WSJ's Tanya Rivero about how he tackles fear when practicing and performing the extreme sport.

Behind the Story: Reporting on 'Life Inside ISIS Home Base'
Behind the Story: Reporting on 'Life Inside ISIS Home Base'

How does a story with sources deep in ISIS-controlled Raqqa, Syria, come together? WSJ producer Reem Makhoul joins the News Hub with details on the story behind her story.

U.S. Program Sends Surplus Military Gear to Schools
U.S. Program Sends Surplus Military Gear to Schools

A program that drew criticism for supplying military equipment to local police also similar gear to public schools. Ben Kesling joins the News Hub with Sara Murray.

Analysis: What Will It Take to Contain Ebola Outbreak?
Analysis: What Will It Take to Contain Ebola Outbreak?

The U.S. is stepping up its response to the worst ebola outbreak in history, as the World Health Organization estimates the cost of containing the outbreak could reach $1 billion. George Washington University's Julie Fischer joins the News Hub with Sara Murray.

Snowboarding Star Shaun White: Clothes, Music, Olympics
Snowboarding Star Shaun White: Clothes, Music, Olympics

Two-time Olympic snowboarding gold medalist Shaun White joins WSJ's Tanya Rivero to talk about the sport, his lifestyle collaborations, his band and competing again in the Olympics.

McAfee: Security Worries Surround Internet Future
McAfee: Security Worries Surround Internet Future

The more tech-connected Americans are, the more they fear for their security online, according to a new study by McAfee. McAfee's Gary Davis joins the News Hub.

Xingtai, China: Coal-Mining and Air Pollution Hub
Xingtai, China: Coal-Mining and Air Pollution Hub

Xingtai, a coal-mining hub home to 7.6 million people, has the worst air quality of any Chinese city. Last year, it only had 38 days when air quality met national standards.

U.S. Incomes Edge Higher, and More
U.S. Incomes Edge Higher, and More

What’s News: Americans’ incomes ticked up in 2013 for the first time since the recession. Federal appeals court tosses out Apple’s $368 million patent infringement judgment. UPS plans to hire up to 95,000 seasonal workers. Joanne Po reports.

WSJ House of the Day: Estates of the East
WSJ House of the Day: Estates of the East

WSJ's House of the Day features a lakeside country home in Australia, a sunset view estate in Thailand and a traditional and modern hybrid home in Vietnam.

The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Fashion
The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Fashion

Associate Books Editor Bari Weiss on the most recent fashion faux pas at retailer Urban Outfitters.