Touring the Hometown of China's Ex-Security Chief
Tourists are traveling to the hometown of China's former security chief Zhou Yongkang. Interest in the politician has increased amid a corruption probe of dozens of his associates.
Militants Blow Up Iraq's Shrine of Yunus Mosque
Raw footage shows the Shrine of Yunas (Tomb of Jonah) mosque in Mosul being blown up by Islamic State militants. Courtesy: YouTube
Three Tips for America's Wealthy Tech Elite
The boom in Internet and technology stocks is creating another generation of 20-something tech tycoons in Silicon Valley. But will they make the same mistakes that their predecessors did in the late 1990s? MarketWatch's Jim Jelter discusses three tips for America's wealthy tech elite. (Photo: Getty Images)
Film Clip: 'Magic in the Moonlight'
Watch a clip from the Woody Allen film "Magic in the Moonlight," starring Colin Firth, Antonia Clarke, Natasha Andrews, and Emma Stone. Photo/Video: Sony Pictures Classics
Amazon Reports Loss Despite Strong Sales Growth
Amazon shares slumped on Thursday after the company reported a wider-than-expected loss of $126 million for the second quarter despite a 23% jump in revenue. WSJ's Greg Bensinger and Daiuske Wakabayashi report. Photo: Associated Press
Capturing a Bronx Building's Graffiti on Canvas
Artist Valeri Larko created a series of paintings of the Bronx's Ferris Stahl-Meyer building, a former meatpacking plant covered in graffiti that is slated for demolition. Photo: Andrew Spear for The Wall Street Journal
Paul Ryan's Antipoverty Pitch
House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan unveils his plan for addressing poverty in America at the American Enterprise Institute.
Paul Ryan’s Republican Plan on Poverty
Rep. Paul Ryan (R., Wis.), Thursday, outlined a conservative plan to combat poverty in a speech at the American Enterprise Institute. Economics Reporter Damian Paletta outlines the contents of Ryan’s ideas in the context of Republican politics and ideology. Photo: AP
Can Twitter Solve Its Diversity Problem?
Twitter releases its diversity numbers, and it reveals its employees are mostly male and white. How do more women get hired? Michal Tsur, Kaltura president and co-founder, joins the News Hub with Sara Murray. Photo: Getty Images.
Air Algerie Saga Latest Incident in Bad Year for Aviation
The apparent crash of an Air Algerie flight is just the latest in a string of disasters for the airline industry in what has been the deadliest year for air travel since 2010.