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Brooklyn Bodega Struck With Molotov Cocktail
Brooklyn Bodega Struck With Molotov Cocktail

A video released by the New York City Police Department shows a bodega worker at 3901 Fort Hamilton Parkway getting struck with a Molotov cocktail, as captured by the store’s surveillance camera on Wednesday, April 23. Photo: NYPD.

Ukraine Says Up to 5 Pro-Russian Militants Killed
Ukraine Says Up to 5 Pro-Russian Militants Killed

Ukrainian officials say that up to five pro-Russian militants were killed in an early morning operation outside Slovyansk. WSJ's Paul Sonne joins the News Hub with a report. Photo: AP.

How to Invest in a 'Sideways' Market
How to Invest in a 'Sideways' Market

Since January 1, the S&P 500 has pretty gone nowhere - sideways, in fact. How to best invest in a sideways market? Fidelity Investments Director of Global Macro, Jurrien Timmer joins the News Hub with some advice.

Facebook Earnings Triple From Last Year and More
Facebook Earnings Triple From Last Year and More

MarketWatch's Sital Patel joins the News Hub with the latest from the stock market and the three stocks to watch today. Photo: Andrew St. Clair for the Wall Street Journal.

Jobless Claims Jump as Economy Struggles to Recover and More
Jobless Claims Jump as Economy Struggles to Recover and More

MarketWatch's Sital Patel joins the News Hub to discuss the latest economic news including a jump in weekly jobless claims. Plus, the three stocks to watch today. Photo: Getty.

Obama Reassures Japan on Security
Obama Reassures Japan on Security

U.S. President Barack Obama and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe emerged from talks with a commitment to the countries' mutual security treaty, which applies to islands at the center of a territorial dispute. The WSJ's Yuka Hayashi has the details.

South Korean School Reopens After Ferry Disaster
South Korean School Reopens After Ferry Disaster

Students returned to a South Korean high school hit hard by the ferry disaster.A majority of the 16- and 17-year old students from the school's second grade are dead or missing.

Embattled Democrats See Signs for Hope
Embattled Democrats See Signs for Hope

Democrats face an uphill battle to retain control of the Senate, but recent statistics show that Democrats may not be in such a dire situation.

Prince William and Kate Plant Roots in Australia
Prince William and Kate Plant Roots in Australia

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were joined by children as they planted a tree at the National Arboretum in Canberra and attended a reception on the penultimate day of their tour of Australia.

Apple Artificially Inflating Valuation: Analyst
Apple Artificially Inflating Valuation: Analyst

Apple announced a share buyback, stock split and dividend increase. Tech analyst Rob Enderle from Enderle Group tells the WSJ's Joanne Po that these moves are artificially inflating the company’ valuation.

One Minute Wine: Unfashionable Vintages
One Minute Wine: Unfashionable Vintages

Will Lyons speaks up for those years that didn't hit the headlines with a silky red Bordeaux.

NYPD Fire Tragedy Spurs Changes Throughout U.S.
NYPD Fire Tragedy Spurs Changes Throughout U.S.

Police departments around the U.S. are scrambling to review - and in some cases, create - guidelines for officers who respond to fires before emergency personnel who have the proper equipment and training. Pervaiz Shallwani reports. Photo: Getty.

Getting Out the Vote in India
Getting Out the Vote in India

India is the world's largest democracy, and every time parliamentary elections roll around, it becomes the world's largest obstacle course for election officials. The Wall Street Journal rides along with an Indian election officer to the remote village of Hanspuri.

Photos of the Day – U.S. Troops Arrive in Poland
Photos of the Day – U.S. Troops Arrive in Poland

In today's pictures, the first company-sized contingent of U.S. paratroopers arrive in Poland, Keystone XL protestors set up camp in Washington D.C., Japan's PM pours Obama a drink, and much more. Photo: Reuters

Pro-Russia Protests a Mirror of Kiev? Not Quite
Pro-Russia Protests a Mirror of Kiev? Not Quite

As pro-Russia activists continue to occupy government buildings in eastern Ukraine, some compare the movement to earlier pro-Europe protests in Kiev. But there's one thing missing: crowds. Via The Foreign Bureau, WSJ's global news update. Photo: AP

Those No-Subsidy Phone Plans Are More Expensive
Those No-Subsidy Phone Plans Are More Expensive

WSJ's Thomas Gryta joins digits and explains how no-subsidy phone plans from AT&T and Verizon are costing consumers more money than contract plans. Photo: Andrew St. Clair for The Wall Street Journal.

The Types of People You're Likely to Unfriend
The Types of People You're Likely to Unfriend

We've all done it: We see one too many Facebook posts... and we reach for the "Unfriend" button. What's the impact of all that unfriending? University of Colorado doctoral student, Christopher Sibona discusses. Photo: Andrew St. Clair for the Wall Street Journal.

The App for the Quantified Baby
The App for the Quantified Baby

Baby Bundle, a new app, aims to place all the information that new parents need for the first 24 months of parenthood. Will it be enough to soothe new parents? Dr. Jennifer Trachtenberg, Baby Bundle co-founder, joins Lunch Break. Photo: Getty.

How Mobile Devices Drive Literacy in Developing World
How Mobile Devices Drive Literacy in Developing World

Mobile devices are helping to improve literacy rates in the developing world. UNESCO has teamed up with Worldreader and Nokia to outline the positive link between mobile and improved literacy across some of the world's most impoverished regions. Worldreader's Susan Moody discusses.

Taking Google Maps' Time Machine for a Spin
Taking Google Maps' Time Machine for a Spin

Google Maps is launching a new feature that lets users go back in time in Street View. WSJ reporter Nathan Olivarez-Giles has a preview.

Consultants Help Clients Find and Fire Advisers
Consultants Help Clients Find and Fire Advisers

A small industry of consultants don't manage any money but help wealthy investors pick financial advisers-those who not only create solid portfolios but have a steady employment history and obey to stringent fiduciary standards, or are able to add a specialty to a family office.

E-Cigarettes Becoming Regulated By FDA , Explained
E-Cigarettes Becoming Regulated By FDA , Explained

E-cigarettes now fall under the regulation of the FDA. What will the agency allow, and what will it not? And why not? How do e-cigarettes work? WSJ's Jason Bellini has #TheShortAnswer.

How to Prevent the Next Heartbleed
How to Prevent the Next Heartbleed

Security expert Ronald Gula of Tenable Network Security tells the WSJ's Joanne Po that a full auditing of business networks will help prevent a repeat of the Heartbleed debacle for consumers and companies alike.

In Video Gaming, Social Media Can Be the Difference Maker
In Video Gaming, Social Media Can Be the Difference Maker

Social media is playing an important is helping video gaming companies get a competitive edge. Sony Online Entertainment global sales and marketing vice president Laura Naviaux discusses on digits. Photo: Sony Online Entertainment.