A major overhaul is coming to the credit-reporting industry, with the three biggest players becoming more proactive in resolving consumers’ disputes. WSJ’s AnnaMaria Andriotis explains on MoneyBeat. Photo: AP
Greenpeace protesters damaged the Nazca Lines, an ancient world heritage site, during a global warming demonstration on Tuesday, the Peruvian government says. On Wednesday, Greenpeace issued an apology. Photo: AP
The Supreme Court will soon decide whether states can deny permission for specialty license plates because a proposed logo or message may be offensive to the public. WSJ’s Brent Kendall explains on the News Hub. Photo: AP.
North Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) releases photos on November 6, 2014 showing North Korean leader Kim Jong-un walking without a cane. North Korea watchers speculated problems after Mr. Kim reappeared with a cane after 40 days of absence.