Blood Sweat and Heels Season: 1 The ladies must brace themselves for more tears, digs, and fights.
Cable Highlights Alex Witt talks to NBC News Olympic Security Analyst Andrew Weiss about the current state of affairs at the Sochi Olympics and Russia.
Cable Highlights The MHP panel talks about the issues facing our water infrastructure, from water pollution to water droughts and shortages.
Just Seen It Season: 4 Episode: 7 Leah, Jami, and Rachael discuss the holiday-themed musical, Black Nativity.
Just Seen It Season: 4 Episode: 7 Elsa and Anna are sisters separated because of Elsa's magical powers. After Elsa accidentally sends her kingdom into an eternal winter, she runs away. So Anna goes an epic journey to find her and bring her home.
Cable Highlights Alex Witt talks to Olympic moguls skier Hannah Kearney about her third place finish at Sochi and her future in the sport.
Fresh Meat Season: 3 Episode: 1 JP gives his house a new name that’s romantic, stylish and sexy.
Fresh Meat Season: 3 Episode: 2 Vod plans on getting her first marriage out of the way early so she can move on to other things.
Fresh Meat Season: 3 Episode: 2 As Howard professes his love for Sam, JP punks him.
WSJ Live As the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi is underway, the Wall Street Journal went back into its Homemade Highlights vault and found this 1980 broadcast of the "Miracle on Ice" hockey match. Enjoy your Cold War nostalgia as the USA takes on the USSR.
WSJ Live The Trøndelag region of Norway was responsible for eight out of nine Norwegian gold medals in the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver. Four of the medalists attended Meraker High School, where members of this year's class are training and hoping for future gold.
WSJ Live NASA's Curiosity Rover has taken its first snapshot of Earth and its Moon from Mars. WSJ's Monika Vosough reports. (Photo: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS/TAMU)
WSJ Live Are your earbuds always knotting and kinking? Try winding them using this super-geeky cord wrapping technique.
WSJ Live The Syrian government allowed a small group of civilians to evacuate the war-torn old quarter of Homs, as part of a deal to encourage good faith in upcoming peace negotiations with rebels. Via The Foreign Bureau, WSJ's global news update.
WSJ Live What percentage of working-age Americans are in the workforce? Who has given up looking for work? WSJ's Jason Bellini has #TheShortAnswer.
WSJ Live Jacqui White and Cheryl Davis are the moms behind U.S. ice dancers Charlie White and Meryl Davis. As both moms got ready for the opening ceremony in Sochi, they told WSJ the joys and struggles of being an Olympic athlete's "person."
WSJ Live The Colombian government has called Alabama-based Drummond Co. one of the country’s biggest polluters. WSJ’s Sara Schaefer Muñoz explains why.