The makers of Irn-Bru, Scotland’s super-sweet orange soda, recently changed its century-old recipe and cut the sugar content in half. Many Scots aren’t happy about that. Photo/Video: Dipti Kapadia/The Wall Street Journal Source post on WSJ Live Video read more.
In Trenton, Tenn., and similar rural communities around the country, many residents are underinsured or uninsured and struggle with medical costs, often forgoing care. This burdens local hospitals, which in turn close or scale back care, putting patients at risk. Photo: Clara Ritger/The Wall read more.
Snap Inc. is rolling out a new version of Snapchat that’s surprisingly different than what came before. But don’t panic: WSJ’s David Pierce explains how to make the most of the new app. Photo/Video: Emily Prapuolenis/The Wall Street Journal Source post on WSJ Live Video read more.
In the latest installment of WSJ’s Homemade Highlights from the Winter Games in Pyeongchang, the Canadian and German two-man bobsled teams tie for Olympic gold. Source post on WSJ Live Video read more.
There may be no country in the world that is more volatile than Syria right now, with the U.S., Turkey, Israel, Iran and Russia all with military interests in the area. WSJ’s Gerald F. Seib explains why Syria has remained such a combustible mix. Photo: Getty Source post on WSJ Live Video read more.