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The 10-Point: My Guide to the Day's Top News

The Wall Street Journal
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Iran’s Long Tentacles
Iranian cyberspies infiltrated the control system of a small dam less than 20 miles from New York City two years ago, sparking concerns that reached to the White House, according to U.S. officials. The still-classified dam intrusion illustrates a top concern for authorities. America’s power grid, factories, pipelines, bridges and dams are largely unprotected on the Internet, and—unlike in a traditional war—it can be difficult to know where or whether an opponent has struck. Meanwhile, the Obama administration, pushing to support international trade with Iran, has advised the country’s rulers not to worry about new U.S. legislation that clamps visa restrictions on people who have traveled to Iran.
Under the Hoodie
In his first interview since he was charged last week for allegedly misleading investors in his hedge funds and raiding a public company to cover the losses, Martin Shkreli told the Journal he had been targeted by authorities for his much-criticized drug-price hikes and over-the-top public persona. “The indictment itself is lacking rigor. I think it doesn’t tell my side of the story at all,” he said. While he is unapologetic about the rise in the price of the drug Daraprim, the 32-year-old said that his company Turing Pharmaceuticals, from which he resigned as chief executive Friday, might change its approach. Mr. Shkreli, who is pleading not guilty, added that he should have been more patient and less inflammatory in explaining his business decisions.
The Reign in Spain
Spain’s ruling Popular Party lost its parliamentary majority in elections yesterday, leaving Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy struggling to avoid becoming the third European leader to be ousted this year after pushing through unpopular austerity policies. The country now faces the kind of political instability currently plaguing a number of other European countries, where fragile governing alliances and the mainstream parties that have dominated politics for decades are feeling the strain of the continent’s years of economic hardship and a surge of immigration. Wheeling and dealing among political leaders seeking to cobble together a winning alliance could last for days or weeks.
2015 in Review
It was a year marked by brutal Islamist terrorist attacks—in Paris twice, in California, in the skies above the Sinai, and elsewhere. Russia opened a military campaign in Syria as the U.S. and its allies struggled to thread the needle between Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and Islamic State. Iran and the West signed a nuclear deal. Oil and commodity prices slumped, companies merged at a record rate, and, after we waited all year, the U.S. Federal Reserve finally raised interest rates. China’s markets wobbled and rattled the world. The pope came to the U.S. and, of course, it was the year that saw Donald Trump transformed from property tycoon and reality TV star into leading presidential contender. Read our comprehensive look-back at another turbulent year for the U.S. and the world.
China Landslide Buries, Topples Buildings
That Was Painless
A landslide struck the city of Shenzhen, China, on Sunday, toppling buildings and leaving dozens of people missing.

Republican Congress Sets Low Expectations for 2016 Lawmaking

Hillary Clinton Targets Donald Trump in Democratic Debate

FIFA Bans Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini From Soccer for Eight Years

Migrant Tragedy Took Heavy Toll on Iraqi Who Stepped In to Help

U.S. Probes Theranos Complaints

New Chapter in Redstone Family Saga

Rising in the Mideast: The World’s New Landlord

Brent Oil Prices Fall to Levels Not Seen Since 2004
$238 million
Box-office sales for “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” on the movie’s opening weekend in the U.S. and Canada, blasting the prior record of $209 million set by “Jurassic World” in June.
You can’t create the Sistine Chapel using paint by numbers…Every deal we do is a custom piece of art.
Frank Quattrone on the deals that he and his team of investment bankers at Qatalyst Partners have advised on in the past few years. The famed deal-maker is again in high demand, but controversy lingers from his dot-com days.
Going back to our Number of the Day, what are your thoughts on the new Star Wars movie? Send your comments, which we may edit before publication, to Please include your name and location.
—Compiled by Khadeeja Safdar
On Friday’s query about this year’s best accomplishment in the arts, Jacqueline Tillman Harty of Maryland responded, “Matisse Cut-Outs at MOMA. Perfect. Thrilling.” Rich Irwin of Ohio wrote, “I think the best accomplishment in the arts is they helped us deal with the pressure of day-to-day living.” And Jonathan Jacobs of California quipped, “Best achievement in the arts in 2015? No question: Donald Trump’s performance as Joe the Plumber!”
This daily briefing is named "The 10-Point" after the nickname conferred by the editors of The Wall Street Journal on the lead column of the legendary "What's News" digest of top stories. Technically, "10-point" referred to the size of the typeface. The type is smaller now but the name lives on.
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