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Schools Draft First-of-Their-Kind Ebola Policies
Schools Draft First-of-Their-Kind Ebola Policies

Schools are taking unprecedented steps to shield students from the Ebola virus, despite low risks of exposure. Janet Adamy reports on the News Hub.

Nuclear Evacuees Return to a Divided Village
Nuclear Evacuees Return to a Divided Village

Residents of Fukushima’s Kawauchi village return home to rebuild their lives after the nuclear accident. What they find is a shell of their previous village, with young families opting keep their distance.

Millennials: The Most Entrepreneurial Generation?
Millennials: The Most Entrepreneurial Generation?

A new study shows young people want to learn more about money but aren't connecting with banks. Center for Generational Kinetics' Jason Dorsey joins Sara Murray.

Overweight Women Suffer in Labor Market
Overweight Women Suffer in Labor Market

Overweight women tend to earn less than their average-sized colleagues. Vanderbilt professor Jennifer Shinall discusses her recent study with Sara Murray.

Canada to Toughen Terror Laws, and More
Canada to Toughen Terror Laws, and More

What’s News: Canada to introduce tougher terrorist laws. Will blood products from Ebola survivors help treat infected patients? Christian Bale cast as Steve Jobs in new movie. Joanne Po reports.

Halle Berry Discusses Purchase of Lingerie Maker
Halle Berry Discusses Purchase of Lingerie Maker

Actress Halle Berry talks to the WSJ’s Lee Hawkins about her decision to purchase a 50% stake in Swedish lingerie maker Scandale Paris, in a quest to take more ownership of her career. Financial terms were not disclosed.

Why Canada Is a Terror Target
Why Canada Is a Terror Target

Foundation for Defense of Democracies Vice President Jonathan Schanzer on the murder of a soldier in the heart of the nation’s capital.

Massachusetts Gubernatorial Race Gets Interesting
Massachusetts Gubernatorial Race Gets Interesting

Boston Business Journal Web Editor Eric Convey on the Massachusetts race for governor.

Ebola: Spinning the Unspinnable
Ebola: Spinning the Unspinnable

Wonder Land Columnist Dan Henninger on why the new Ebola czar, Ron Klain, has an unachievable mission.

Do Welfare States Breed Terrorism?
Do Welfare States Breed Terrorism?

Weekly Standard Senior Editor Lee Smith on why more Europeans support the Islamic State than their Middle Eastern peers.

How Some Doctors Exploit 'Self-Referral' Loophole
How Some Doctors Exploit 'Self-Referral' Loophole

A federal law prohibits doctors from benefiting from Medicare reimbursements, but some physicians are exploiting a loophole. WSJ's Janet Adamy and Tanya Rivero discuss.

Americans Give Up Billions in Lost Vacations
Americans Give Up Billions in Lost Vacations

Americans took the least amount of holiday time in 40 years. MarketWatch's Quentin Fottrell discusses reasons why on Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero.

Culottes: How to Wear Them
Culottes: How to Wear Them

Culottes, or flowing, full-legged cropped pants, are all the rage these days. How do you pull the look off? StyleCaster's Laurel Pinson and WSJ's Tanya Rivero discuss.

Spending Less on a Big Wedding
Spending Less on a Big Wedding

As engagement season nears, Mollie Zeigler Hemingway, author of 'The Federalist,' and WSJ's Tanya Rivero discuss spending less money on a big wedding party.

Meet the New Art Curators: Crowds and Celebrities
Meet the New Art Curators: Crowds and Celebrities

Museums increasingly turn their galleries over to the public and celebrities. WSJ's Ellen Gamerman reports on Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero.

What's the Most Macho Name in Movies?
What's the Most Macho Name in Movies?

Have you ever noticed that a lot of action heroes have the same first name in films? WSJ's Don Steinberg reveals that name to Tanya Rivero on Lunch Break.

Global Economic Data Points Up, But Up Enough?
Global Economic Data Points Up, But Up Enough?

Global economic data this week points to optimism but does not indicate the world economy is out of the woods yet. WSJ's Michael Casey discusses on MoneyBeat.

J.P. Morgan Knew of China Hiring Concern
J.P. Morgan Knew of China Hiring Concern

J.P. Morgan executives knew the company's 'sons and daughters' hiring program in China could potentially raise concerns. WSJ's Emily Glazer discusses on MoneyBeat.

Ahead of the Tape: Amazon Investors Ready to Jump?
Ahead of the Tape: Amazon Investors Ready to Jump?

Amazon’s share price has recovered from its tumble after the Fire phone’s flop, but recent weakness suggests investors are running out of patience. WSJ's Spencer Jakab reports.

Renovated Napa Home Now a Cultural Landmark
Renovated Napa Home Now a Cultural Landmark

A home designed by renowned mid-century modern architect Jack Hillmer goes from a vermin-infested, rotting mess to a meticulously restored weekend retreat.

Modern Idaho Home With Teton Views
Modern Idaho Home With Teton Views

A house on a barley farm in Squirrel, Idaho stands apart. With a rammed-earth wall, reclaimed materials and lots of glass, it was inspired by the landscape and farm setting, but is far from traditional. Photo: Tony Demin for The Wall Street Journal.

Mo’ne Davis's Chevrolet Ad Is OK With the NCAA
Mo’ne Davis's Chevrolet Ad Is OK With the NCAA

Little League star Mo’ne Davis appeared in a television commercial for Chevrolet. In what appears to be unprecedented, the NCAA is allowing her to accept endorsement money and retain her status as an amateur.

'Citizenfour' - Film Clip
'Citizenfour' - Film Clip

Watch a clip from the documentary 'Citizenfour,' featuring Edward Snowden, Glenn Greenwald and Jacob Appelbaum.

'The Avengers: Age of Ultron’ Trailer
'The Avengers: Age of Ultron’ Trailer

Watch the trailer for the upcoming Marvel Studios film 'The Avengers: Age of Ultron,' set to release May 2015.