College Table Tennis Heats Up U.S. Ping Pong
Table tennis, often known as ping pong, is a fledgling sport in the U.S. But two collegiate teams—Texas Wesleyan and Mississippi College--are vying to take it to the next level.
My Father's Secret Diary
Filmmaker Theresa Loong knew little of her father's past until she discovered his secret World War II diary. ‘Every Day is a Holiday’ tells the story of how Paul Loong survived a prisoner of war camp and set out on an unlikely journey to become a citizen of the U.S.
Worms are the Latest Dish in Belgium
Buggy in Belgium: The country recently became the first European nation to produce guidelines for selling insects, worms and other creatures as food. But chefs have to convince people to eat them. WSJ's Vanessa Mock reports.
How Do Feminine Features Impact Negotiations?
A new study shows that people prefer to negotiate against someone with feminine features. Cornell University Ph.D. candidate Eric Gladstone, a co-author of the study, discusses on the News Hub with Sara Murray. Photo: iStockYuri_Arcurs.
Wall Street Firms Raise Pay for Junior Employees
A host of big banks including Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan Chase and Morgan Stanley have decided to lift pay for many junior bankers. Justin Baer reports on the News Hub with Sara Murray. Photo: Getty Images.
Private Properties: NFL Star's San Diego Estate
Ex- NFL star LaDainian Tomlinson has sold a home that includes a waterfall, rope bridge and hidden home theater for $3.495 million. WSJ's Candace Taylor has the details on the News Hub with Sara Murray. Photo: The Agency.
After Days of Protests, Is Calm Coming to Ferguson?
The National Guard is withdrawing from Ferguson as tensions appear to be easing following days of protests. WSJ's Ben Kesling reports from Ferguson on the News Hub with Sara Murray.
Photos of the Day - Deadly Landslide in Japan
In today's pictures, the father a child killed in an Israeli air strike reacts in Gaza, a baby Sumatran elephant eats palm leaves in Indonesia, a man is doused with milk after being hit by an eye irritant in Ferguson, and much more. Photo: Reuters
Mexico Bars Junk Food Ads From Children's Programming
New limits for advertisers in Mexico prohibit sugary foods from being marketed to children on television and in movie theaters. The new regulations are part of a plan to combat Mexican childhood obesity.
Israeli Airstrike Kills Top Hamas Leaders, and More
What's News: Israeli airstrikes kill 26 Palestinians, including three top Hamas leaders. Two Americans treated for Ebola are released from Atlanta hospital. Sales of "athleisure" wear expands. Tanya Rivero reports. Photo: Getty Images