What Hong Kong Protesters Want | WSJ

From Wall Street Journal. What started off as a demonstration against a controversial extradition bill has become a series of massive protests with broad political demands. Here is why so many Hong Kongers keep taking to the streets in a leaderless movement and whether their goals can be achieved. Photo: Thomas Peter/Reuters #WSJ #HongKong #HKProtests

The Evolution of the Aerial Dogfight | WSJ

From Wall Street Journal. Advances in technology are allowing fighter pilots to kill each other from as far away as possible. That means if a pilot is close enough to actually see the enemy, “something’s probably gone wrong,” says one airman. Photo: Michael Phillips #WSJ #military #aviation

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

From Wall Street Journal. 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 isn’t, and how some of the major health care plans out there would change…

Testing 5G: Pack Your Tent and Cooler | WSJ

From Wall Street Journal. All of the major U.S. carriers—Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint—are launching 5G signals across the U.S. The Wall Street Journal’s Joanna Stern embarked on a summer 5G testing tour only to learn that 5G is blazing fast… if you’re outside, near a cell tower, with some way to keep the phone…

How to Get Your Daily Workout at Your Desk | WSJ

From Wall Street Journal. While an hour-long workout might not offset the effects of sitting in the office all day, fitting regular exercise in your schedule may be able to. Certified personal trainer Donovan Green shows a series of exercises you can do without leaving your chair. Photo: Adam Falk/The Wall Street Journal #WSJ #HowTo…

Test Driving the First Digital Driver’s Licenses | WSJ

From Wall Street Journal. A handful of states are starting to pilot smartphone-based digital driver’s licenses. WSJ’s Joanna Stern headed to Dover, Delaware—and its many liquor stores—to test one of these mobile IDs, and get answers about the privacy and security of the new technology. Photo: Kenny Wassus for The Wall Street Journal #WSJ

Why Ford and GM Scaled Back in Europe | WSJ

From Wall Street Journal. Decades after expanding to Europe, Ford and General Motors have both scaled back in the region, in part to gravitate back to their sweet spot: trucks and SUVs. WSJ explains why the two U.S. auto giants struggled to turn a profit in the European market. Photo composite: Heather Seidel/The Wall Street…

Meet the Robot Explorers Hunting for Alien Life | WSJ

From Wall Street Journal. 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 solar system’s far-flung ocean worlds. Don’t miss a WSJ…

Why LGBTQ Ads Have Evolved | WSJ

From Wall Street Journal. In 2019, LGBTQ-themed ads are ubiquitous. And they’re now more diverse than ever. As Pride 2019 approaches, WSJ’s Spencer Macnaughton takes a look at how these ads have evolved over the last five decades. Photo Composite: Adele Morgan/The Wall Street Journal Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from…