Sisi Wins Overwhelming Victory in Egypt
With nearly all ballots counted, former army chief Abdel Fattah Al Sisi won a lopsided victory in Egypt’s presidential election, as his sole rival and an international monitor raised questions over the vote's legitimacy. WSJ's Matt Bradley reports. Photo: Getty Images
Coming Soon to Snapchat: News, Ads & Entertainment
Snapchat, the mobile app for vanishing messages, could soon be a service for disappearing TV and movie clips, news articles and advertisements. WSJ’s Jack Marshall joins MoneyBeat. Photo: Getty Images.
Wells Fargo Seeks to Boost Asset-Management Business
Wells Fargo aims to double the size of its asset-management unit to $1 trillion over the next several years through acquisitions and more aggressive sales to big investors. WSJ news editor Geoffrey Rogow joins MoneyBeat. Photo: Getty Images.
Islamic State Magazines: Violent Extremism in Glossy Form
In addition to pictures of mass executions and beheading videos, the Islamic State also puts out propaganda magazines containing stories about stoning adulterers and joining the jihad — all wrapped in a package with high production values.
Who’s Bigger: The Super Bowl Halftime Show or Coldplay?
Rihanna, Katy Perry, and Coldplay currently make up the National Football League’s short list of who they want to play the 2015 Super Bowl halftime show. But in a twist, the NFL has asked the candidates to pay the league to get the job. So who’s bigger? The Super Bowl or these high-profile artists? (Photo: Getty Images)
Lowe's Scales Back Sales Guidance Despite Earnings
Lowe's, PetSmart and Staples are among stocks to watch today. WSJ's Polya Lesova joins Simon Constable on the News Hub with the details. Photo: Getty
U.S. and European Stocks Edge Lower
U.S. stocks opened lower Wednesday, European stocks pulled back and the Federal Reserve will release its meeting minutes later in the day. WSJ's Polya Lesova joins Simon Constable on the News Hub with the details, plus three stocks to watch. Photo: Getty
Islamic State Claims Killing of Journalist James Foley
Islamic State militants released a video Tuesday purporting to show the beheading of American journalist James Foley in an act of retribution for U.S. airstrikes on the group in Iraq, raising new dangers for President Obama's Middle East policy. WSJ’s Tamer El-Ghobashy has the latest on the News Hub with Simon Constable. Photo: Militant Video
James Foley Video Described as ‘Depraved’
U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron cut short his vacation to describe the purported murder of American journalist James Foley as “shocking” and “depraved”. Photo: Associated Press
Trulia: Job Market Driving Housing Recovery
The housing market may be looking a bit better than it did a few years ago. Trulia chief economist Jed Kolko joins the News Hub with Simon Constable to discuss how the jobs numbers have been the force behind this recovery and whether or not it has staying power. Photo: Getty