JP Morgan Loses Top Executive to Carlyle Group
What's News: Michael Cavanagh leaves JP Morgan to join Carlyle Group, the Supreme Court hears arguments concerning contraception, President Obama announces a new proposal to overhaul the NSA, and much more. Photo: Bloomberg News
Thailand Democracy a Long Way Away
General Prayuth Chan-ocha is expected to accept the nomination of Thailand's rubber-stamp legislature three months after the military coup. The WSJ's James Hookway tells us what this means for the future of politics in Thailand.
Changing Culture Key to China's Corruption Battle
As Xi Jinping's government makes fighting corruption a key priority, Russell Leigh Moses, a professor at the Beijing Center, says the battle must extend beyond throwing corrupt officials in jail.
Wang Qishan Leads China's Crackdown on Corruption
A broad assault on corruption in China is being led by Wang Qishan, a member of China's Politburo Standing Committee and President Xi Jinping's right-hand man.
A Bronx Zoo Molecular Biologist Packs for Myanmar
Over the course of several research trips abroad, molecular biologist Dr. Tracie Seimon has mastered the art of packing up her mobile laboratory. This time, she's packing for a trip to Myanmar to check up on Burmese star tortoises.
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.