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Jobless Claims Rose Last Week11/13/14
Bob Brusca of Fact and Opinion Economics joins WSJ's Mike Weinstein to break down the latest first time unemployment claims numbers.
Has Spending on Congressional Races Peaked?
The total number of ads leading up to this year's Congressional races was lower than four years ago; Orbital Sciences has a back-up plan; Amazon tests delivery by taxi; Mike Weinstein has those stories and more.
WSJ's The News Hub, A.M. Edition, March 6, 2014
Negotiations that would lead to direct talks between Russia and Ukraine are faltering, The White House has authorized sanctions and visa restrictions against those undermining democracy in Ukraine.
WSJ's The News Hub, P.M. March 5, 2014
The group that runs the SAT college-entrance test is shaking up its format, its scoring-returning to the 1,600-point scale from 2,400-and potentially the $1 billion test-prep industry.
WSJ's The News Hub, A.M. Edition, March 5, 2014
President Obama continues to put pressure on Russian President Vladimir Putin over his country's occupation of Ukraine, The European Union says it will provide Ukraine with $15 billion of aid in the form of loans and grants.
WSJ's The News Hub, P.M. Edition, Mar. 4, 2014
Secretary of State John Kerry, during an emergency visit to Kiev, pledged aid to Ukraine's new government and warned the U.S. and its allies would impose sanctions against Russia if it didn't begin pulling troops from the former Soviet state.
WSJ's The News Hub, A.M. Edition, March 4, 2014
Russia's Putin orders his troops back to their bases, How are European leaders reacting to developments in Ukraine?
WSJ's The News Hub, P.M. Edition, March 3, 2014
The escalating crisis in Ukraine rocks global markets, New concerns about the vulnerability of the US power grid.
WSJ's The News Hub, A.M. Edition, March 3, 2014
Stocks fall on Ukraine unrest, Who were the big winners at the Academy Awards?
WSJ's The News Hub, P.M. Edition, Feb. 28, 2014
Thousands of pages of records from the Clinton presidency are being made public.
WSJ The News Hub - AM, Feb. 28, 2014
Ousted President Viktor Yanukovych speaks out, "I intend to continue the fight for the future of Ukraine."
WSJ's The News Hub, P.M. Edition, Feb. 27, 2014
Federal Reserve head Janet Yellen said it was hard to tell how much of recent weak economic growth was due to harsh weather and said the Fed may weigh a tapering pause if slowness persists.
WSJ's The News Hub, A.M. Edition, Feb. 27, 2014
Ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych says he still considers himself the country's legitimate leader, A gun-toting retired general in Venezuela has become a folk hero by defying the government.
WSJ's The News Hub, P.M. Edition, Feb. 26, 2014
Credit Suisse blames its tax evasion activity on a handful of employees, NASA scientists announce the discovery of 715 new planets.
WSJ's The News Hub, A.M. Edition, Feb. 26, 2014
Russian President Vladimir Putin orders a test of combat readiness for troops stationed in a region that touches Ukraine's northern border, Consumers seem to be spending more on fixing up their homes and Home Depot is benefiting.
WSJ's The News Hub, P.M. Edition, Feb. 25, 2014
Arizona is becoming ground zero for a national debate over religious freedom and discrimination as Gov. Jan Brewer must decide whether she will veto a bill that allows businesses to refuse service to gay customers on religious grounds.
WSJ's The News Hub, A.M. Edition, Feb. 25, 2014
Japanese stocks surge ahead of a huge day for economic data, More bad news for ObamaCare.
WSJ's The News Hub, P.M. Edition, Feb. 24, 2014
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is proposing a budget designed to turn attention from the long ground war in Afghanistan to emerging cyberthreats from China and al Qaeda-related groups in Africa.
WSJ's The News Hub, A.M. Edition, Feb. 24, 2014
Dramatic events in Kiev over the weekend as President Viktor Yanukovych abandons office after months of upheaval and bloodshed, The Northeast is set for another blast of frigid weather.
WSJ's The News Hub, P.M. Edition, Feb. 21, 2014
Two days after Lehman Brothers collapsed, and just before the Fed was about to unleash new support programs, central-bank officials were still struggling to grasp the magnitude of the calamity that had hit the U.S. economy.
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