Museum Exhibit Tour: ‘Monet And Chicago’

Experience the highly acclaimed exhibition “Monet and Chicago” with this virtual tour led by Gloria Groom, Chair and David and Mary Winton Green Curator of Painting and Sculpture of Europe. Learn more about Monet and Chicago on our exhibition page:…

Analysis: United Airline’s Bet On Supersonic Flight

United Airlines’ announcement that it plans to buy 15 supersonic aircraft from the startup Boom Supersonic is raising questions about the future of ultra-fast plane travel. In this video, WSJ speaks with an industry analyst to better understand what’s next for faster-than-sound air travel. Photo: Boom Supersonic

Surgical Views: Covid-19 Double-Lung Transplant

Earlier this year, Nightline shared Leo’s story and his groundbreaking COVID-19 double-lung transplant. Now, go “Inside the OR” to see what happened during the procedure that made headlines around the world.

Leo was flown to Northwestern Medicine for a double-lung transplant after COVID-19 left him on a ventilator, struggling to survive. Join us “Inside the OR” for part two of Leo’s story as the Northwestern Memorial Hospital thoracic team races against the clock to save his life.

Aerial Views: The Cities & Landscapes Of Tanzania

Tanzania is an East African country known for its vast wilderness areas. They include the plains of Serengeti National Park, a safari mecca populated by the “big five” game (elephant, lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino), and Kilimanjaro National Park, home to Africa’s highest mountain. Offshore lie the tropical islands of Zanzibar, with Arabic influences, and Mafia, with a marine park home to whale sharks and coral reefs.

Morning News: Digital Censorship In Indonesia, Nicaragua, Jordan Trucks

As governments across South-East Asia crimp online freedoms, the region’s healthiest democracy might have been expected to resist the trend. Not so.

President Daniel Ortega of Nicaragua is using a new law to detain more of his potential adversaries in November’s election—and is coming under international pressure. And how Jordan’s gas-delivery-truck jingles jangle nerves. 

Views: The Horseback Fisherwomen Of Belgium

The tradition of horseback fishing for fish and shrimp goes back to the 16th century. Large Belgian Draft horses trawl across the beach with fishing nets attached to their saddles. In Oostduinkerke, at the Belgian coast, this 500-year-old shrimping tradition has remained unchanged, except in 2015, when a small but significant change occurred: for the first time ever, 2 women joined the ranks of what was long considered a “man’s job”. We met up with the women who brave the waves on Belgians weighing up to 1 ton every day.