All Seven Missing Divers Found Alive in Bali
Indonesian rescuers find the last two remaining Japanese divers alive after being missing for five days. The WSJ's Patrick McDowell has the details.
Asia Pacific: World’s Epicenter for Hepatitis
With some 100 million people infected with forms of hepatitis, China is the world’s epicenter for the illness. WSJ’s Ramy Inocencio talks to Joseph Sung, co-founder of the Coalition to Eradicate Viral Hepatitis in Asia Pacific on World Hepatitis Day.
Lightning Strikes 13 People at L.A.'s Venice Beach
A 20-year-old man died Sunday after lightning struck 13 people at a popular Los Angeles beach and a golfer on Catalina Island during rare summer thunderstorms that swept through Southern California, authorities said. Photo: AP
Jerry Seib: Has Putin Overplayed His Hand?
After the downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 in Ukraine allegedly by Russian separatists, much pressure has grown on President Vladimir Putin of Russia to back off his support of the rebels. WSJ's Jerry Seib explains the politics of opinion in the region and what options Putin has from here. Photo:AP
Tencent Users Get First Dibs on XBox
Users of Tencent’s WeChat and QQ messaging apps will be able to order Microsoft’s Xbox One consoles ahead of the rest of the Chinese public. The WSJ’s Ramy Inocencio speaks with Beijing reporter Wayne Ma about the sales strategy.
Big Oil Shifts Focus to First World Countries
Big oil companies are shifting focus from developing countries to regions like New Zealand, home to an oil exploration boom, in a bid for stability and more predictable cash flow.
Unforgettable Workplace Safety Videos
For decades, companies have used films and videos to promote workplace safety. Now employers are taking them to the next level.
Can America Afford a New Nuclear Bomber?
In an era of belt-tightening, the Pentagon hopes to spend $550 million each for new bombers. Too much? Air Force Major General Garrett Harencak talks with The Wall Street Journal's John Bussey.
Gaza Conflict Takes Heavy Toll on Palestinian Children
More than 200 Palestinians under age 18 have been killed during three weeks of fighting in Gaza. WSJ's Nicholas Casey reports from Gaza City, where Israel's latest military invasion is taking a heavy toll on children.
Musician Channels the Sounds of Afghanistan
The musician Quraishi once dreamed of playing guitar, but decided to focus instead on the rubab, a stringed instrument from his home country of Afghanistan. His new CD is called “Mountain Melodies." Photo: Jennifer Weiss for The Wall Street Journal