Daymond John: Beyonce's Changing the Game
Daymond John, founder of the FUBU clothing line and a serial entrepreneur who stars on the hit TV show “Shark Tank”, talks to the WSJ’s Lee Hawkins about how impressed he is with how recording artists Beyonce and Pitbull have managed their brands over the years.
Film Clip: 'Love Is Strange'
Film Clip: 'Love Is Strange,' starring John Lithgow, Alfred Molina, and Tatyana Zbirovskaya. Photo/Video: Sony Pictures Classics
Film Clip: 'If I Stay'
Watch a clip from the film "If I Stay," starring Chloë Grace Moretz, Mireille Enos, and Jamie Blackley. Photo/Video: Warner Bros.
Fed Debate Heats Up: When to Increase Rates?
New minutes from the Federal Reserve's July meeting show officials debating whether to start raising rates sooner. Prudential financial market strategist Quincy Krosby offers analysis on the News Hub with Sara Murray.
Islamic State Propaganda Videos Show U.S., British Recruits
Propaganda videos by the militant group the Islamic State show people claiming to be Australian, British and even American. m And now, the execution of James Foley by a man with a British accent, has further heightened fears about on the potential for terrorist activity by radicalized Western Muslims returning home.
Analysis: How Are Foreign-Born Insurgents Recruited?
The appearance of an English-speaking Islamist in the video showing James Foley's death is prompting fears in Britain about homegrown terrorism. Robert McFadden, Soufan Group senior vice president, discusses on the News Hub with Sara Murray.
The Dangers of Reporting in Repressive Countries
James Foley's death highlights the danger for journalists working in repressive countries such as Syria and Iraq. WSJ's video editor Mark Scheffler and Reporters Without Borders U.S. director Delphine Halgand discuss James Foley and the dangers of war reporting on the News Hub with Sara Murray.
Rick Perry Pleads Not Guilty, and More
What’s News: Texas Governor Rick Perry formally pleads not guilty to felony abuse of power charges. Twitter to remove images of deceased individuals upon families’ request. Phoenix residents are cleaning up after massive flash floods. Joanne Po reports. Photo: Getty Images
Photos of the Day - Students Protest Education in Chile
In today's pictures, a man prays on a beach in Liberia, a giant rubber duck arrives in Los Angeles, protestors draw chalk outlines of their bodies in Ferguson, and much more. Photo: Reuters
U.S. Private Debt Troubles Ebb, Except Among Students
American creditworthiness has improved, as foreclosures plunge and less debtors are behind on their car and credit card payments. But there's a worrying trend among student borrowers. WSJ's Neil King discusses on Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero. Photo: Getty