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Solar Plane Lands in China on Flight Around World
Solar Plane Lands in China on Flight Around World

The Solar Impulse 2 touched down in Chongqing, China on March 30 as it attempts to become the first solar-powered plan to circumnavigate the world.

Who Is New ‘Daily Show' Host Trevor Noah?
Who Is New ‘Daily Show' Host Trevor Noah?

South African comedian Trevor Noah has been tapped to host 'The Daily Show,’ as Jon Stewart leaves the successful comedy news program.

Jay-Z's Tidal Enters Crowded Music Streaming Space
Jay-Z's Tidal Enters Crowded Music Streaming Space

Jay-Z’s Tidal, which offers high resolution tracks and more than 25 million songs, enters the crowded streaming music space. WSJ’s Brian Fitzgerald reports.

WSJ Market Wrap: March 30, 2015
WSJ Market Wrap: March 30, 2015

U.S. stocks advanced, rebounding from last week’s downdraft, as investors snapped up health-care companies following a spate of deal announcements.

Why Boxing's Magic Number Is 147
Why Boxing's Magic Number Is 147

While most of the sports world is obsessed with round numbers, the boxing world’s magic number is 147. St. Olaf’s professor Gordon Marino explains why.

Ellen Pao: No Feminist Icon
Ellen Pao: No Feminist Icon

Jones Day Partner Terri Chase on why a former private-equity partner lost her gender-discrimination case against Kleiner Perkins.

Defending Indiana's Religious Freedom
Defending Indiana's Religious Freedom

Becket Fund Executive Director Kristina Arriaga discusses the controversy surrounding the Hoosier State’s religious freedom law.

What If Iran Nuclear Talks Fail?
What If Iran Nuclear Talks Fail?

Editorial Page Editor Paul Gigot on the nuclear talk negotiations and the Arab League’s decision to create a military force to counter Iran.

Marco Rubio's Presidential Calculus
Marco Rubio's Presidential Calculus

Editorial Page Editor Paul Gigot on the Florida Senator’s plans for a 2016 White House run.

JPMorgan Stock Jumps; Can Move Higher
JPMorgan Stock Jumps; Can Move Higher

Barron's Bounce: The mega-bank's shares get a boost from a positive story in Barron's, as do shares of HD Supply. Plus: Eat at Shake Shack, but avoid the stock.

WSJ House of the Week: Manatees or Manhattan?
WSJ House of the Week: Manatees or Manhattan?

From a home where manatees swim to a Manhattan penthouse with soaring city views, WSJ’s Leigh Kamping-Carder has the contenders for WSJ House of the Week.

A Discount on a Friend's Gift Card?
A Discount on a Friend's Gift Card?

If a friend has a gift card, should you offer to buy it at face value or at a discount? Moneyologist Quentin Fottrell offers tips.

The Real Life Story Behind 'Woman in Gold'
The Real Life Story Behind 'Woman in Gold'

'Woman in Gold' tells the story of a quest to retrieve art stolen by the Nazis. Director Simon Curtis and Randol Schoenberg, who argued the Supreme Court case, join Lunch Break.

For Hospitals, A New Way to Recover From Surgery
For Hospitals, A New Way to Recover From Surgery

Hospitals are replacing traditional surgery preparation and recovery practices with 'enhanced recovery' protocols amid evidence of improved patient health. WSJ’s Laura Landro reports.

Trevor Noah Is Jon Stewart's 'Daily Show' Successor
Trevor Noah Is Jon Stewart's 'Daily Show' Successor

Fresh-faced South African comedian Trevor Noah is Jon Stewart's 'The Daily Show' successor. Entertainment expert Brian Balthazar discusses the changing late night landscape.

Marco Rubio Preparing for Presidential Bid, and More
Marco Rubio Preparing for Presidential Bid, and More

What's News: Marco Rubio is laying the groundwork for a presidential run. Barack Obama is ramping up lobbying on an Iran nuclear deal. A lawsuit aimed at a member of Canada's Thomson family alleges serious governance lapses involving Thomson Reuters. Lee Hawkins reports.

Why Stocks Could Keep Rising as Recovery Matures
Why Stocks Could Keep Rising as Recovery Matures

The six-year bull market may have a long way to run, according to some strategists. WSJ's Kristen Scholer explains on MoneyBeat.

Should U.S. Scrap Income Tax for Consumption Tax?
Should U.S. Scrap Income Tax for Consumption Tax?

Support for a consumption tax is growing in Washington, that would tax money spent instead of income earned. WSJ’s John McKinnon explains on MoneyBeat.

Mortgage Picture Brightens for Banks
Mortgage Picture Brightens for Banks

Lenders say demand for mortgages has been stronger than expected, and many expect it to keep rising. That could boost bank earnings. John Carney joins MoneyBeat.

From Aid to Trade: Africa Makes Historic Shift
From Aid to Trade: Africa Makes Historic Shift

Global investment in Africa has overtaken Western aid as musician and activist Bob Geldof and American billionaires seek investments in Ethiopia, 30 years after the famine.

Will the U.S. Beat the Iran Nuclear Talks Deadline?
Will the U.S. Beat the Iran Nuclear Talks Deadline?

Former Deputy Assistant Defense Sec. KT McFarland joins the News Hub and discusses the ongoing Iran nuclear talks along with the effectiveness of the proposed terms.

Does Co-Pilot Secrecy Remove Lufthansa Liability?
Does Co-Pilot Secrecy Remove Lufthansa Liability?

Aviation attorneys say that Lufthansa and its insurers will likely maintain liability for the Germanwings crash, despite reports that the co-pilot hid his illness from the airline.

Consumer Spending Ticks Up in February
Consumer Spending Ticks Up in February

Personal income rose in February. Plus, 3 stocks to watch.

Mon., March 30: Watch Catamaran Stock on United Deal
Mon., March 30: Watch Catamaran Stock on United Deal

Catamaran, Teva and Intel are among today's stocks to watch.