VIDEO: Why Boxing’s Magic Number Is 147

While most of the sports world is obsessed with round numbers, the boxing world’s magic number is 147. St. Olaf’s professor Gordon Marino explains why. Photo: AP (more…)...

VIDEO: Yoga Apps Take Off Online

A growing number of yoga studios and health clubs are offering online yoga classes that allow people to practice at home—or anywhere but in a studio. WSJ's Rachel Bachman reports. (more…)...

VIDEO: Things McDonald’s Won’t Tell You

McDonald's may be a fixture in American cities, but there are a few things you probably don't know. MarketWatch's Charles Passy joins Sara Murray on the News Hub. Photo: Getty. (more…)...

VIDEO: Valentine’s Day: A Romantic Drink for Two

Pomegranates, once the "forbidden fruit," serve as a key ingredient in the "Tea for Two," a romantic Valentine's Day cocktail. Seamstress's Pamela Wiznitzer demonstrates on the News Hub. Photo: Getty. (more&...

VIDEO: Super Bowl: Weird Bets You Can Actually Make

Forget who wins the Super Bowl. For some fans, there's money to be made on betting on the color of Gatorade poured. Hot Roster's Kenny White discusses strange Super Bowl bets with Lee Hawkins. (more…)...

VIDEO: Barron’s Buzz: Internet Bust 2.0 Ahead?

Barron's Ben Levinsohn previews the new issue of Barron's, including a look at whether there's another internet bust looming, and why it might be a cheery Christmas for retailers. Photo: AP. (more…)...

VIDEO: Charles Dance on “The Imitation Game”

The British actor discusses the importance of sharing Alan Turing's story with younger generations, both his tragic personal life and his brilliant methods for cracking the enigma code during WWII. Dance sat wi...

VIDEO: A High-End Scotch for Just $25,000

If you’re looking for a bottle of high-end Scotch, here’s one that comes with a five-digit price tag. MarketWatch’s Charles Passy joins the News Hub with a $25,000 vintage scotch. Photo: Glenlivet (more&hell...

VIDEO: What’s the New Entry-Level Job?

In an effort to cut costs, some firms have also cut entry-level jobs, but there are also a new slew of job openings that didn't exist some years ago. WSJ's Lauren Weber reports on the News Hub with Sara Murray....