Could You Get $2000 in a Pinch?

Few Americans could come up with $2000 in 30 days if an unexpected emergency happened, like the recent tornados in the Midwest and South. Kelsey Hubbard talks with WSJ’s Phil Izzo about a new survey that shows just how financially fragile Americans really are.

Joplin Councilwoman Recounts Tornado Touchdown

Joplin, Mo., councilwoman Trisha Raney recounts her harrowing experience inside St. John’s Regional Medical Center as a deadly tornado tore through the hospital. She talks with Kelsey Hubbard about efforts to search for and treat survivors.

Tyler Hamilton Admits Doping, Accuses Armstrong

Cyclist Tyler Hamilton admits to taking performance enhancing drugs and accuses his former teammate Lance Armstrong of the same. Kelsey Hubbard talks with WSJ’s Reed Albergotti about the doping admission and his decision to turn in his Olympic gold medal. (Photo: AP)

Life Imitating Art in Schwarzenegger Scandal

New details about a secret affair and a 10-year-old love child emerge in the Arnold Schwarzenegger Maria Shriver split. Kelsey Hubbard talks with WSJ’s Christopher John Farley about how the CBS Show „The Good Wife“ tackles the issue of political wives betrayed.

News Hub: Treating Moms‘ Depression Helps Kids

Treating moms for depression has a significant impact on the mental health of their children, according to a new study. Kelsey Hubbard talks with WSJ’s Melinda Beck about the findings showing children get better along with their mother’s successful treatment of the disease.

Space Shuttle Endeavour Lifts Off

WSJ science columnist Robert Lee Hotz talks with Kelsey Hubbard about the launch of the Space Shuttle Endeavour, the second-to-last shuttle mission of the U.S. shuttle program.

News Hub: Shuttle Endeavour on 16-Day Mission

WSJ’s coverage of the launch of the Space Shuttle Endeavour, the second-to-last shuttle mission. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords was in attendance to witness her husband, Commander Mark Kelly, lead the mission. (Photo: BRUCE WEAVER/AFP/Getty Images)