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How Sewing Robots May Put Human Hands Out of Work | Moving Upstream

Automation is finally coming into fashion, with sewing robots that can produce clothes faster than human hands. In this episode of Moving Upstream,...

Why Next Year's Tax Refund May Bring You Extra Dough

Under the new tax law approved by Congress, the standard deduction is going up and the personal exemption is going away. But these changes won't be...

The Trick That's Changing Men's Figure Skating

Quadruple jumps were once considered a rare acrobatic feat, but they have become all but necessary in men’s figure skating. Olympians Adam Rippon...

Noma's Chef Reinvents His Menu

After winning “best restaurant in the world” four times, Noma’s chef-owner Rene Redzepi closed the doors to rethink everything. Here, he shows us...

Why Is YouTube ​Suggesting Extreme or Misleading Content?

YouTube has long been known as a hotbed of conspiracy​-theory videos. But even if you're not looking for such extreme content, it still may be...

A Revolution in Stroke Care: Thrombectomy

An advanced procedure called 'thrombectomy' is transforming stroke care in America. It can be used to treat the most severe stroke patients -- but...

A Brief History of the Winter Olympics: Pushing the Extreme

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...

Pyeongchang Winter Olympics: A Drone's View

Pyeongchang, a tiny ski resort in a remote corner of South Korea, has transformed itself into the host of the largest-ever Winter Olympics. Here's...

In Raqqa, Civilians Clear Explosives Left By ISIS

Muhammad al-Shaeeb and a group of amateur de-miners in Raqqa, Syria, are removing explosives planted in civilian homes by ISIS militants before...

A Portrait of Poverty in America: Job Insecurity and Payday Lending

Many families in Tchula, Miss., struggle to make ends meet with a patchwork of jobs and high-interest loans. Community leaders and the town's only...

iCloud Storage Full? Here's What to Do

Sick of Apple's iCloud ransom notes demanding money for more storage space? WSJ's Joanna Stern has tips on how to defuse the situation. Photo:...

The Devastating Impact of Closing Latin America's Biggest Landfill

Brazil's largest landfill closed this month leaving thousands of scavengers, and the 35,000 people living nearby, fearing more poverty and an...

In the Elevator With HQ Trivia's Host

WSJ's Joanna Stern shares an elevator ride with "Quiz Daddy" Scott Rogowsky and asks him about what has made HQ Trivia a hit. Don’t miss a WSJ...

Free Speech: Colleges in the Crossfire | Moving Upstream

Born on college campuses, free-speech debates have returned, leaving students, faculty and administrations caught in the crosshairs. WSJ’s Jason...