VIDEO: McConnell on His Relationship With Obama


Kentucky Sen. Mitch McConnell sits down with WSJ's Jerry Seib to discuss his relationship with President Obama, the midterm elections and tax reform. … [Read more...]

VIDEO: Obama’s immigration plan, by the numbers


President Obama announced new action to delay the deportation of about 4 million undocumented immigrants living in the U.S. Here are some numbers to know about immigration. … [Read more...]

VIDEO: U.S. to Send More Troops to Iraq


President Obama authorized the deployment of up to 1,500 additional troops to Iraq and is asking Congress for $5.6 billion to fight Islamic State militants. Jerry Seib joins the News Hub. Photo: Getty. … [Read more...]

VIDEO: Midterm Elections: What Is Next for the GOP?


The big question following the Republican sweep of the midterm elections is: What comes next? Sen. Jerry Moran (R., Kansas) joins the News Hub. Photo: AP. … [Read more...]

VIDEO: Young Voters Frustrated With D.C. Gridlock


Rock the Vote President Ashley Spillane discusses the difficulty of drawing young voters to the polls. Photo: Rock the Vote. … [Read more...]

VIDEO: Why You Should Care More About Midterm Elections – TestTube Daily Show


This midterm election may seem insignificant, but there are major ballot issues that could have a much larger impact on your daily life than national races. If you want a say in minimum wage, drug legalization, education, or health care, among others, now's the time to get informed and vote. Here's … [Read more...]

VIDEO: Late-night laughs: Happy birthday, Mr. President (Putin)


Russian President Vladimir Putin turned 62 this week -- and late-night comics couldn't resist throwing a few birthday jabs his way. From Jimmy Kimmel to Seth Meyers, here's a roundup of some of their best birthday greetings, to Russia, with laughs. … [Read more...]

VIDEO: Why Is Hong Kong Protesting Against China? – TestTube Daily Show


Thousands of protesters in Hong Kong have gained widespread attention in their response to recent electoral changes imposed by the Chinese Government. What exactly are these changes, and how do they affect Hong Kong's democratic aspirations? … [Read more...]

Why is the NFL a Nonprofit?


With an estimated annual revenue of $9.5 billion dollars, it's hard to believe the NFL is legally exempt from paying government taxes. How can an organization with these kinds of numbers fairly qualify as a nonprofit? TestTube takes a look at how how they're managing to get away with this. … [Read more...]

VIDEO: For Hillary Clinton, a Focus on Policy


Hillary Clinton has been focusing on policy and ideas recently, but if the potential 2016 presidential candidate wants to connect with voters, she has to get up close and personal, experts say. WSJ's Peter Nicholas joins the News Hub with Sara Murray. Photo: Getty. … [Read more...]