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U.S. Plans to Normalize Cuba Relations, and More
U.S. Plans to Normalize Cuba Relations, and More

What's News: The U.S. expects to normalize relations with Cuba as an American prisoner is released. Theater operators can decide whether or not to play 'The Interview.' Fed Ex reports disappointing earnings.

‘Superbug' Found in Rio De Janeiro's Olympic Waters
‘Superbug' Found in Rio De Janeiro's Olympic Waters

A drug resistant ‘super bacteria’ has been discovered in the waters where Rio de Janeiro‘s Olympic sailing events will be held, scientists said this week.

Cambridge FX: Emerging Markets Divide to Widen
Cambridge FX: Emerging Markets Divide to Widen

Karl Schamotta of Cambridge Mercantile joins MoneyBeat with a look ahead to 2015 with respect the impact of oil volatility and political risks on emerging market and other global economies.

Russian Ruble Strengthens After Central Bank Moves
Russian Ruble Strengthens After Central Bank Moves

Alexander Kolyandy joins MoneyBeat with the latest on the Russian economy in light of the current currency crisis and the impact on Russian consumers.

Oil Prices Extend Their Slide
Oil Prices Extend Their Slide

The rout in oil prices continued on Wednesday after a brief respite the previous day, as a global oversupply of crude showed no signs of abating. Brian Baskin joins MoneyBeat.

Tuesday on Wall Street: CPI's Dramatic Drop
Tuesday on Wall Street: CPI's Dramatic Drop

U.S. stock futures rose Wednesday as investors awaited the Federal Reserve’s monetary-policy statement. WSJ's Polya Lesova has more on the News Hub with Simon Constable.

Wed., Dec. 17: Watch FedEx Stock
Wed., Dec. 17: Watch FedEx Stock

FedEx, Sony and Darden Restaurants are among stocks to watch. WSJ's Polya Lesova has the details on the News Hub with Simon Constable.

Things to Watch for in the Fed's Outlook
Things to Watch for in the Fed's Outlook

MarketWatch's Greg Robb joins the News Hub with Simon Constable to discuss the three most important things to watch for as the Federal Open Market Committee statement is released.

What's Next for Russia's Ruble?
What's Next for Russia's Ruble?

Falling oil prices and geopolitical instability have resulted in steep falls for the ruble. Charles Forelle explains how we got here and what Russia might do next.

Inside the School Where 132 Children Died
Inside the School Where 132 Children Died

Warning: graphic footage. As a three-day mourning period begins in Pakistan, shocking footage shows inside the school in Peshawar where the Taliban slaughtered at least 148 people. Mark Kelly reports.

Big Players' Impact On The Robo-Advisory Arena
Big Players' Impact On The Robo-Advisory Arena

High-quality financial advisers with niche markets and strong service don't face a threat from robo-advisers, but smaller advisers who work with less-wealthy investors should worry as big companies like Charles Schwab enter the arena, says wealth management consultant Doug Black.

McDonald's Japan Fried by Potato Shortage
McDonald's Japan Fried by Potato Shortage

The fast-food chain has started limiting the serving size of french fries as potato stocks run low because of labor disruptions in the U.S.

Asia's Nuclear Power Plans Sends Uranium Up
Asia's Nuclear Power Plans Sends Uranium Up

Growing use of nuclear power in China, India and Japan is sending the price of Uranium surging as demand grows for the radioactive fuel. John Borshoff, Chief Executive Officer of Paladin Energy Limited, a uranium miner, speaks with the WSJ’s Jake Lee.

NASA Sees Christmas Lights From Space
NASA Sees Christmas Lights From Space

Holiday lights are so bright, you can see them from space. NASA has identified how patterns in nighttime light intensity change during holiday seasons. Dipti Kapadia reports.

Meryl Witmer: Buy This Beaten-Down Gas Stock
Meryl Witmer: Buy This Beaten-Down Gas Stock

The Barron's Roundtable investor and Berkshire board member is bullish on Navigator Holdings, despite the recent selloff. She also makes the case for Graphic Packaging.

Jerry Seib: Off to the 2016 Races
Jerry Seib: Off to the 2016 Races

The 2016 race has begun, starting with Jeb Bush and his decision to start exploring a presidential run. WSJ’s Jerry Seib explains what this means for the rest of the field.

New Year's Eve Comes Early to Times Square
New Year's Eve Comes Early to Times Square

'2015' lights were delivered to New York’s Times Square on Tuesday. The lights will sit atop One Times Square and will illuminate at midnight on New Year's Eve.

John Woo's Epic Journey
John Woo's Epic Journey

The Hong Kong director discusses his new wartime movie, 'The Crossing.' The WSJ’s Dean Napolitano goes behind the scenes with the veteran filmmaker.

Selfie Sticks? Google's Hit Tech Searches of 2014
Selfie Sticks? Google's Hit Tech Searches of 2014

In 2014, Google says netizens made trillions of searches, from ebola to the World Cup and the ice-bucket challenge. WSJ's Ramy Inocencio has the year’s top tech terms in Asia.

Want a Life Coach? Lantern App Lights Your Way
Want a Life Coach? Lantern App Lights Your Way

Lantern, a smartphone app launched in October, aims to provide life coaching and stress help online. WSJ’s Deborah Kan speaks with CEO Alejandro Foung on how it works.

Poll: Economic Gloom Starts to Lift
Poll: Economic Gloom Starts to Lift

Americans are slightly more confident in the future of the American economy, according to a new WSJ/NBC News poll. Could this help the president? WSJ’s Aaron Zitner explains.

Inside the Film ‘A Small Section of the World'
Inside the Film ‘A Small Section of the World'

"A Small Section of the World," a film about hard work and perseverance, marks the directing debut of Lesley Chilcott, producer of the Academy Award-winning "An Inconvenient Truth." Photo: illy Films/"A Small Section of the World."

Ford Trend Report: The Future Is Generation Z
Ford Trend Report: The Future Is Generation Z

Ford's trend report is out for 2015, and everything points to teenagers, technology and social media driving consumer habits. Ford’s Sheryl Connelly joins the News Hub. Photo: Getty.

Elevators That Go Sideways Become a Reality
Elevators That Go Sideways Become a Reality

No longer will elevators that move sideways remain the stuff of fiction. ThyssenKrupp is rolling out a new cable-free elevator and it could very well be the lift elevators need. Eliot Brown joins MoneyBeat.