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Obama: 'Time for a Cease-Fire Between Israel and Hamas'
Obama: 'Time for a Cease-Fire Between Israel and Hamas'

President Obama, in a statement from the White House, intensified U.S. calls for a ceasefire between Israel and Palestinian militants, citing 'serious concerns' about the growing number of deaths in the fighting in Gaza.

U.S.Charges Russia of Hiding Evidence in MH17 Downing
U.S.Charges Russia of Hiding Evidence in MH17 Downing

What's News: Secretary of State John Kerry on Sunday warned Russian President Vladimir Putin 'for the last time' to accede to western demands to disarm pro-Russian separatists and stabilize Ukraine. Israel repelled two underground infiltrations by Hamas militants into its territory from the Gaza Strip on Monday. Allergan plans to cut thirteen percent of its workforce. Veronica Dagher reports. Photo: AP

Markets Are Not Dwelling on Bad News
Markets Are Not Dwelling on Bad News

Investors have grappled with many obstacles this year, ranging from the withdrawal of the Federal Reserve's post-crisis stimulus to patchy economic growth and military flare-ups in Ukraine and Israel. Their response? Buy the dips. Dan Strumpf joins MoneyBeat. Photo: Getty Images.

Spencer Jakab: 'Netflix Is Not So Special Anymore'
Spencer Jakab: 'Netflix Is Not So Special Anymore'

WSJ Ahead of the Tape columnist Spencer Jakab visits MoneyBeat and points out Orange may be the new black, but Netflix remains a far cry from being the new HBO. Photo: Getty Images.

Allergan's Largest Shareholder Sells Most of Holdings
Allergan's Largest Shareholder Sells Most of Holdings

One of Allergan's top shareholders has sold nearly all of its holdings in the stock, leaving the Botox maker without the support of a large and long-term investor as it tries to stave off a $53 billion hostile takeover by Valeant Pharmaceuticals International. Maureen Farrell joins MoneyBeat. Photo: Getty Images.

Allergan Among Stocks to Watch
Allergan Among Stocks to Watch

MarketWatch's Victor Reklaitis joins Paul Vigna on the News Hub to discuss the three top stocks to watch today, including Allergan, EMC Corp. and Netflix. Photo: Allergan

Verizon FiOS Enhances Bandwidth for Uploads
Verizon FiOS Enhances Bandwidth for Uploads

Verizon's FiOS TV and broadband service, grappling with slowing growth, is making a big push in an area where it has an edge over cable: Internet speeds. On Monday, FiOS unveiled much faster Internet upload speeds, boosting the available bandwidth that customers can use when uploading videos or pictures to the Web. WSJ's Shalini Ramachandran joins Paul Vigna on the News Hub with the details. Photo: Verizon FiOS

U.S. Stocks Open Lower
U.S. Stocks Open Lower

U.S. stocks kicked off the week in a decline, as investors paused following last week's run to record highs. MarketWatch's Victor Reklaitis joins Paul Vigna on the News Hub with the details, plus which stocks to keep an eye on. Photo: Getty

Intense Day in Gaza Battle Leaves Scores Dead
Intense Day in Gaza Battle Leaves Scores Dead

Israel and Hamas fought their deadliest battles in a nearly 2-week conflict Sunday. WSJ's Nicholas Casey reports from Gaza's Shajaiyeh neighborhood. Photo: Getty

U.N. Seeks Control of MH17's Black Boxes
U.N. Seeks Control of MH17's Black Boxes

Officials from the air-safety arm of the United Nations propose to take possession of the black boxes from Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in eastern Ukraine on Thursday by what U.S. and Ukrainian officials have said was a surface-to-air missile. WSJ's Jon Ostrower joins Paul Vigna on the News Hub with the details. Photo: AP

Malaysia Airlines Probe Handed Over to the Dutch
Malaysia Airlines Probe Handed Over to the Dutch

Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk announced that the Dutch government will take the lead in the recovery efforts of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17. WSJ's Margaret Coker joins Paul Vigna on the News Hub with more on this. Photo: Getty

West Raises Pressure on Russia in Downing of MH17
West Raises Pressure on Russia in Downing of MH17

The U.S. leveled its most explicit allegations yet of Russia's involvement in the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, and European leaders threatened broad new sanctions against Moscow, marking a turning point in the standoff between the West and the Kremlin. WSJ's Anton Troianovski reports from Moscow. (Photo: AP)

Why the U.S. Should Stay Focused on Iraq
Why the U.S. Should Stay Focused on Iraq

The U.S. government is suffering from a short attention span when it comes to foreign policy. With the rise of conflicts in Israel and Ukraine, the ISIS takeover in Iraq has faded to a distant memory. However, Jerry Seib explains why the U.S. needs to stay focused on the country's problems. Photo: AP

Typhoon Rammasun Leaves Over 100 Dead
Typhoon Rammasun Leaves Over 100 Dead

Typhoon Rammasun killed at least eight people in Vietnam after sweeping through the Philippines, China and Vietnam. The storm killed over 100 people across Asia. The WSJ’s Ramy Inocencio talks to Hanoi reporter Trong Khanh Vu for the latest.

Sony Resurrects the Walkman for $700
Sony Resurrects the Walkman for $700

Sony is resurrecting the Walkman 35 years after the original. The ZX-1 is carved from a block of aluminum and sells for $700. The WSJ’s Ramy Inocencio talks to Steve Durose from Fitch Ratings on whether this can turn the ailing Japanese tech firm around.

Portland Bikers Head to the Hills for Weekly Race
Portland Bikers Head to the Hills for Weekly Race

Every Sunday night, bikers gather in the hills of Portland, Oregon to race on bikes made for children. WSJ's Lucy Feldman reports.

MH17: The Uncertain Fate of Victims' Remains
MH17: The Uncertain Fate of Victims' Remains

Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crashed on Thursday in the rebel-held area of Ukraine. Four days later, most of the bodies have finally been placed in refrigerated rail cars, which are controlled by the rebels. How and when the remains will be returned to victims' families remains unclear. Why? WSJ's Jason Bellini has The Short Answer.

Raw Video: Hot Air Balloon Collides With Power Lines
Raw Video: Hot Air Balloon Collides With Power Lines

At least five people were injured Saturday when a low-flying hot air balloon collided with power lines in Clinton, Massachusetts. Photo: Facebook/Jose Papelo

Dozens of MH17 Passenger Remains Still Missing
Dozens of MH17 Passenger Remains Still Missing

Of the 298 people on Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, remains of some 100 passengers are still missing. The Ukrainian government has criticized lack of full access to the site in an area controlled by pro-Russian rebels. The WSJ’s Ramy Inocencio reports.

Crash Clouds World's Biggest AIDS Summit
Crash Clouds World's Biggest AIDS Summit

Six AIDS experts were killed when Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was shot down over eastern Ukraine. Dr. Mervyn Silverman speaks with WSJ's Ramy Inocencio from the International AIDS Conference in Melbourne.

Wildfires Devastate Washington State
Wildfires Devastate Washington State

Wildfires raging through Washington have destroyed homes in towns such as Pateros and Malott. The fires spread throughout the Cascade Mountains Thursday, threatening almost 2,000 homes. Photo: AP

Concerns Grow Over Security of MH17 Crash Site
Concerns Grow Over Security of MH17 Crash Site

Two days after Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 crashed, killing 298 people, concerns are growing that rebel fighters are blocking access to the site and tampering with evidence. Photo: AP

Hamas Video Purportedly Shows Gaza Tunnels
Hamas Video Purportedly Shows Gaza Tunnels

Video released by Hamas purportedly shows militants running through tunnels beneath the Gaza strip on Friday. The Wall Street Journal cannot verify the content, date or location of the video.

World Leaders Speak Out on MH17 Shootdown
World Leaders Speak Out on MH17 Shootdown

World leaders have begun to weigh in on the tragedy of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17, including U.S. President Barack Obama, China’s Xi Jinping and Australia’s Prime Minister Tony Abbott. The WSJ’s Ramy Inocencio reports.