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  • 07:17 What Is (and Isn't) Medicare for All | WSJ

    What Is (and Isn't) Medicare for All | WSJ

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    Medicare for All has dominated the Democratic presidential campaign. Some candidates support Sen. Bernie Sanders' plan, but others have different ideas for how to get to universal coverage. WSJ explains what Medicare for All is, what it isnt, and how some

  • 03:26 Biophilia Expert Explains How to Pick the Right Office Plants | WSJ

    Biophilia Expert Explains How to Pick the Right Office Plants | WSJ

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    Research shows that exposure to nature, even indoors, can help reduce stress. Biophilia expert Rebecca Bullene shows you how to pick the perfect plants (like the ZZ and the sansevieria) for your office and the best ways to take care of them.Photo: Natalia

  • 07:18 The Real Story Behind the Apollo 11 Computer Error | WSJ

    The Real Story Behind the Apollo 11 Computer Error | WSJ

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    Perhaps the most dramatic moment of Apollo 11's mission to the moon was when the Eagle began its final descent to the lunar surface and the Apollo Guidance Computer became overloaded. Few were more nervous than the young computer programmer who had writte

  • 05:47 Test Driving the First Digital Driver's Licenses | WSJ

    Test Driving the First Digital Driver's Licenses | WSJ

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    A handful of states are starting to pilot smartphone-based digital driver's licenses. WSJ's Joanna Stern headed to Dover, Delawareand its many liquor storesto test one of these mobile IDs, and get answers about the privacy and security of the new technolo

  • 04:04 How Chick-fil-A Got Big by Keeping Its Menu Small | WSJ

    How Chick-fil-A Got Big by Keeping Its Menu Small | WSJ

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    Chick-fil-A is expanding off the strength of its simple chicken sandwich. WSJ explains how its leaner menu helps the company avoid some of the pitfalls of its competitors. Photo Illustration: Carter McCall/The Wall Street JournalDont miss a WSJ video, sub

  • 03:52 Meet the Robot Explorers Hunting for Alien Life | WSJ

    Meet the Robot Explorers Hunting for Alien Life | WSJ

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    Scientists from The Georgia Institute of Technology are using a robot called ICEFIN to explore the world beneath Antarctica's sea ice. WSJ followed the team during a recent deployment to find out why the project might one day enable exploration of the sol

  • 05:36 Low Inflation Haunts the Fed: Here's Why

    Low Inflation Haunts the Fed: Here's Why

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    Inflation is among the most powerful forces in financial markets. It dictates the supply of money in the economy, and changes interest rates, which are the cost of borrowing money. Here's how it works, and how the Fed works to regulate it. Photo composite

  • 09:40 Cold Pursuits: A Scientist's Quest to Uncover Antarctica's Secrets

    Cold Pursuits: A Scientist's Quest to Uncover Antarctica's Secrets

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    For three decades geophysicist Peter Doran has been collecting environmental data in Antarctica. This year he is leading a project that uses aerial sensors to probe beneath the surface of some of the continent's vast glaciers. Don’t miss a WSJ video, subs

  • 03:36 China Makes Historic Moon Landing, Boosting Rivalry With U.S.

    China Makes Historic Moon Landing, Boosting Rivalry With U.S.

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    China gained on the U.S. in the new space race by making the first-ever landing on the far side of the moon. What's driving China’s ambitions and should the U.S. be nervous? The WSJ explains. Photo: China National Space Administration/Shutterstock Don’t m

  • 05:49 Google Drones Can Already Deliver You Coffee In Australia

    Google Drones Can Already Deliver You Coffee In Australia

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    Alphabet's Project Wing is delivering hot coffee and food, hardware supplies and drugstore items via drone near Australia’s capital. Some residents say it’s the future, while others want the drones to shut up. Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: http:

  • 04:28 How to Build a Subway in One of the World's Most Crowded Cities

    How to Build a Subway in One of the World's Most Crowded Cities

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    India's financial capital, Mumbai, has taken on its biggest-ever infrastructure project to build a subway in a city where more than seven million commuters cram onto its creaky suburban railways. Video: Karan Deep Singh/WSJ Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscri

  • 20:49 How This Cyclist Hit 184MPH and Set the World Record

    How This Cyclist Hit 184MPH and Set the World Record

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    Denise Mueller-Korenek shattered the previous land-speed record for the fastest human on a bicycle on earth. We were with her when she did it. Video: Andria Chamberlin and Michael Kofsky for The Wall Street Journal Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here:

  • 02:41 How to Optimize Your Television

    How to Optimize Your Television

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    Before you crash in front of the TV this weekend, spend a few minutes tweaking the entertainment center to make the big-screen setup even better. WSJ's David Pierce explains the settings you should change, the features you need to try and the accessories

  • 03:08 Your Phone Is Too Bright - Here's the Solution

    Your Phone Is Too Bright - Here's the Solution

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    There's a hidden mode in some of your devices and apps that's good for your eyes, your battery and maybe even your sanity. It's called Dark Mode, and WSJ's David Pierce explains how to turn it on everywhere you can. Photo/Video: Emily Prapuolenis/The Wall

  • 09:55 Tasting the World’s First Test-Tube Steak

    Tasting the World’s First Test-Tube Steak

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    The race is on to create lab-grown meat products. Still, little is known about their safety and potential impact. In this episode of Moving Upstream, WSJ’s Jason Bellini visits entrepreneurs, scientists, and ranchers to understand how it’s mad

  • 09:55 The Future of Flight: AI in the Cockpit | Moving Upstream

    The Future of Flight: AI in the Cockpit | Moving Upstream

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    AI-empowered systems may soon allow autonomous flying machines to reduce the number of pilots and soldiers working in high-risk environments. Could these flying robots also be firing weapons? WSJ’s Jason Bellini reports. To be notified of future episodes

  • 03:04 Are You Ready for Your Robot Best Friend?

    Are You Ready for Your Robot Best Friend?

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    We've been interacting with robots through our phones and speakers. Now they’re starting to come out of our gadgets and get more involved in our lives. WSJ's David Pierce looks at the ways robots will try to butt in, whether we like it or not. Photo/Video

  • 04:09 Test Driving Magic Leap's Augmented-Reality Goggles

    Test Driving Magic Leap's Augmented-Reality Goggles

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    The most hyped AR tech is finally for sale. WSJ’s Joanna Stern went to Florida to wear Magic Leap’s One Creator Edition headset and chase virtual dinosaurs and basketball legends. Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the

  • 05:25 The Untold Story Behind Martin Luther King Jr.'s Final Speech

    The Untold Story Behind Martin Luther King Jr.'s Final Speech

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    Martin Luther King Jr. built a theme of his "mountaintop" speech around a fan's letter — which has never surfaced until now, 50 years after his death. Photo: AP Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journa

  • 02:45 Olympian Jason Brown Breaks Down Figure Skating's Six Jumps

    Olympian Jason Brown Breaks Down Figure Skating's Six Jumps

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    Figure skater Jason Brown demonstrates and explains the differences between the six jumps in every skater’s arsenal. Photo: Adam Falk/The Wall Street Journal Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal:

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  • 03:22 A Brief History of the Winter Olympics: Pushing the Extreme

    A Brief History of the Winter Olympics: Pushing the Extreme

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    The 2018 Winter Olympics are bigger and more extreme than ever before, as death-defying sports make their way into the lineup. So how did we get here? Photo: Getty Images Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Str

  • 04:06 How a Steel Box Changed the World: A Brief History of Shipping

    How a Steel Box Changed the World: A Brief History of Shipping

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    As the container shipping industry continues to boom, companies are adopting new technologies to move cargo faster and shifting to crewless ships. But it’s not all been smooth sailing and the future will see fewer players stay above water. Don’t miss a WS

  • 12:30 The Robot Revolution: Humanoid Potential | Moving Upstream

    The Robot Revolution: Humanoid Potential | Moving Upstream

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    Humanoid robots are getting better at walking, talking and looking like humans. But as they continue to evolve, will us real humans want to spend time with them? And exactly how useful could they become? For this episode of Moving Upstream, WSJ’s Jason Be

  • 02:57 The Future of Custom Sneakers Could Be 3-D Printed

    The Future of Custom Sneakers Could Be 3-D Printed

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    Adidas has partnered with the manufacturing company Carbon to create a sneaker with a 3D printed midsole: the FutureCraft 4D. Is this the future of footwear? Photo/Video: Jake Nicol/The Wall Street Journal Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: http://bi

  • 02:21 The Magic of Modernizing an Ancient Art Form

    The Magic of Modernizing an Ancient Art Form

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    Theory11 CEO and Founder Jonathan Bayme develops magic tricks and shows using his background as a magician. His 10-year-old, New York-based company aims to make magic elegant and upscale. Image: Robert Libetti/The Wall Street Journal Don’t miss a WSJ vide

  • 02:22 The Six-Legged Robot That Wants to Teach Programming

    The Six-Legged Robot That Wants to Teach Programming

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    The Vincross Hexa spider-crab can dance, record video, climb up stairs and perform all sorts of tricks. WSJ’s Joanna Stern took the robot for a stroll… on the beach. Photo/Video: Andria Chamberlin for The Wall Street Journal Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscr

  • 01:31 Houston's 'We Have a Problem' Problem

    Houston's 'We Have a Problem' Problem

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    The often misquoted line from Apollo 13 astronauts--"Houston, we've had a problem"--comes up a lot in everyday life, and that annoys a lot of Houstonians. Photo: NASA Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street

  • 04:14 Esports and the Rise of the Digital Athlete

    Esports and the Rise of the Digital Athlete

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    Esports are beginning to look a lot like real sports. We go inside this explosive industry and take a look at why future Olympic athletes might compete from behind a keyboard. Photo: Steve Strait for The Wall Street Journal Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscri

  • 02:50 The Modern Cell Carrier: How We Got Here

    The Modern Cell Carrier: How We Got Here

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    The U.S. wireless industry is dominated by four major players: Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint. Now that just about everyone has a cellphone, each operator is looking for new ways to grow. But how did we go from the days of one giant landline monopoly

  • 02:54 Making Cassette Tapes Cool Again

    Making Cassette Tapes Cool Again

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    The growing popularity of cassettes in the music industry is creating a serious tape shortage. One die-hard supplier, National Audio Co. in Springfield, Mo., sees an opportunity. Photo: Blake Nelson for The Wall Street Journal Don’t miss a WSJ video, subs

  • 01:53 Self-Directed Drones Delve Deep Into Mines

    Self-Directed Drones Delve Deep Into Mines

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    Deep under the Australian Outback, mining companies are testing a drone that can fly by itself beyond where miners can reach, and use lasers to map pitch-black surroundings. Video/Photo: Mike Cherney/WSJ Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: http://bit.

  • 03:04 How to Charge Your iPhone Faster

    How to Charge Your iPhone Faster

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    New power bricks, cables and wireless charging pads make it easier to charge the iPhone 8, 8 Plus and X. WSJ's Joanna Stern recommends the best and explains how you can get more juice using... actual apple juice. Photo: Ivar Dameron/The Wall Street Journa

  • 05:51 When an Amateur Challenges a ​Chess Grandmaster

    When an Amateur Challenges a ​Chess Grandmaster

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    Self-described "obsessive learner" Max Deutsch challenged grandmaster Magnus Carlsen to a game of chess. What could possibly go wrong? Video: George Downs/WSJ. Photo: Gordon Welters for The Wall Street Journal Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: http:

  • 04:44 The Meaning of Life According to Google

    The Meaning of Life According to Google

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    ​Google handles 90% of the world's internet searches, and it increasingly is promoting a single answer for many questions. Even subjective or unanswerable queries sometimes get seemingly definitive answers. Here's how the algorithms are -- and aren't -- w

  • 03:38 This Chef Tailors His Tasting Menu to Fit Your Taste Buds

    This Chef Tailors His Tasting Menu to Fit Your Taste Buds

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    Timothy Roberts knows everyone's palate is unique, and he thinks their food should be too. At Vox Table in Austin, Texas, he tested a menu that was modified based on each guest's tastes. Photo: Adam Falk/The Wall Street Journal Don’t miss a WSJ video, sub


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