VIDEO: World Cup Recap: Could Germany Win it All?

WSJ's Geoff Foster joins Simon Constable on the News Hub to discuss Germany's blowout victory over Brazil and the team's chances of winning the World Cup, and previews the Argentina-Netherlands semifinal match....

VIDEO: Brooklyn Dodgers Items Hit Auction Block

Want to buy Lou Gehrig's autographed baseball glove? It's just one of the items up for auction on July 15 at the Major League Baseball All-Star Game in Minneapolis. David Hunt, president of Hunt Auctions, joins...

VIDEO: FIFA Bans Suárez For Four Months for Biting

Uruguay’s Luis Suárez is out of the World Cup after being hit with the longest ban in the tournament's history following a biting incident. WSJ sports editor Geoff Foster discusses the impact this could have on...

VIDEO: Barrel-Aged Brews Catching on Again

In recent years, barrel-aged brews – that is, beers that are aged just like wine or whiskey – have caught on with beer geeks. In many ways, it’s a case of what’s old is new again. Charles Passy joins Michael Ca...

VIDEO: Women’s Tennis: Who to Watch Now

Women’s tennis makes a comeback. How does the new generation of stars play differently and who could be the next big player? USTA player development general manager and ESPN tennis commentator Patrick McEnroe j...

VIDEO: A Villa State of Mind

High-end homeowners are returning to the villas of southwest Berlin, a symbol of luxury until World War II. The Jundefs bought a 1930s villa and tore it down to build a new seven-bedroom mansion. Photo: Alexa V...

VIDEO: World Cup Sights and Sounds: Brazil vs. Mexico

Spectators watched Brazil face Mexico for each teams' second match of the World Cup group stage, Tuesday. Thousands of fans gathered at the Parque da Bola (Jockey Club) in Rio de Janeiro to witness a 0-0 tie. ...

VIDEO: World Cup 2014: How Referees Are Chosen

Chile’s Enrique Osses works as an electrical engineer as his day job. But this month he’s heading to Brazil, joining more than 30 others who have spent the last four years preparing to referee in the World Cup ...

VIDEO: The Ironman Triathlon: The Ultimate Race?

What drives people to do a 2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike ride and 26.2-mile run in the Ironman triathlon? WSJ contributor Fred Dreier breaks down this arduous race and the fanfare behind it on Lunch Break. Photo...

VIDEO: Why Writers Are Chasing the Art World

From Peter Heller and Claire Messud to Michael Cunningham, more novelists are casting an envious eye on the booming art world. WSJ's Eben Shapiro discusses on Lunch Break with Lee Hawkins. Photo: Getty Images. ...

VIDEO: The Perks of Being an Architect

Some architects become close friends with their clients, leading to great travel and stays at vacation homes. Elissa Morgante and Fred Wilson designed themselves a guest room in a Lake Michigan home. Photo: Cla...

VIDEO: Learn Brazilian Dance for the World Cup

With the World Cup right around the corner, you're likely to hear some sizzling sounds that will make you want to sway those hips. After all, dancing is as much a part of the Brazilian soul as soccer. WSJ's Tan...

VIDEO: Can Ballet Include Plus-Size Dancers?

A new series on Ovation tracks the staging of a "Swan Lake" starring plus-size women. WSJ's Pia Catton has details on Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero. Photo: Garry Maclennan/Ovation. (more…)...