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

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Good morning,
Trump Rally
Hillary Clinton’s lead over Donald Trump has narrowed as Republicans have rallied behind the New York businessman in the weeks since he became his party’s presumptive nominee for the presidency. Mrs. Clinton now leads Mr. Trump by just 3 percentage points, 46% to 43%, in a test matchup between the two likely nominees, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll shows. Other polls suggest an even tighter race. But Mr. Trump trails far behind the leading Democrat in organizing in key general-election states. Sen. Bernie Sanders, who faces long odds of wresting the Democratic nomination from Mrs. Clinton, would beat Mr. Trump by a much wider, 15-point margin, 54% to 39%, in a hypothetical matchup, the poll suggests. Yesterday the Vermont senator escalated his feud with DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, endorsing her primary challenger and saying she would lose her leadership role if he became president.
Behind Enemy Lines
The Afghan government is giving financial and military support to a breakaway Taliban faction in an effort to sow rifts within the insurgency and nudge some of its leaders toward peace talks. The program’s goal is to exploit divisions that emerged after the Taliban’s longtime leader, Mullah Mohammad Omar, was revealed last July to have been dead for years. Senior Afghan and U.S. officials described the program’s details and said that resources provided by the U.S. were used to support it. Meanwhile, the U.S. military conducted an airstrike inside Pakistan on Saturday that American officials said killed Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour, potentially setting the stage for another leadership struggle that could fragment the group further in the coming days.
A Troubled Engagement
Quarrels have broken out behind the scenes of Anthem’s $48 billion proposed acquisition of Cigna as the health insurers seek regulatory approval for their landmark deal. People on both sides say the squabbles could delay or derail antitrust approvals, which are typically harder to obtain if both parties aren’t in sync. While neither company has sought to terminate the merger, and it doesn’t appear in danger of imminent collapse, Anthem and Cigna are bickering on several fronts. The companies have privately accused each other of violating their July merger agreement and fumbling submissions to regulators. A key point of contention is Anthem’s lawsuit against Express Scripts Holding, a major middleman for prescription drugs, and simmering in the background are tensions about the future role of Cigna Chief Executive David Cordani.
Tech Support
Drone use across the U.S. is soaring, and the skies may soon get even more crowded, as the FAA expects sales of these unmanned aerial vehicles to jump to seven million in 2020 from about 2.5 million this year. But should you be allowed to prevent drones from flying over your property? In today’s Journal Report, we invited advocates on each side of this and other crucial technology issues to make their best case. Our team of experts debate whether consumers should be permitted to provide their own set-top cable and satellite boxes, how companies should handle data from employees’ wearable devices, whether parents should post photos of their children on social media, if companies should be required to share information about cyberattacks and more.
TODAY'S VIDEO
Tragic Finding
That Was Painless
The first images of debris from EgyptAir flight 804 have emerged, and investigators confirm smoke was detected in the plane’s nose before it crashed on Thursday.
TOP STORIES
U.S.

Temp-Worker Freeze Bodes Ill for Economy

L.A.’s Costly Bet on Curbing Car Culture
WORLD

For Myanmar, End to U.S. Penalties Still a Murky Goal

Austrian Presidential Candidates Neck-and-Neck in Election Runoff
BUSINESS

Tensions Boil Over in Redstone’s Media Empire

Split Picture: U.S. Manufacturers That Sell at Home Fare Better Than Exporters
MARKETS

Stocks and Bonds Can Weather a Fed Rate Increase, Investors Say

Investors Check Out of Europe
NUMBER OF THE DAY
$62 billion
The value of pharmaceutical and chemicals giant Bayer’s all-cash offer to acquire U.S. agrochemicals company Monsanto, the largest foreign corporate takeover effort ever by a German company.
QUOTE OF THE DAY
There’s no food, no fuel and no services, so what is left for us to live for?...We want someone to help us—anyone.
Mohessen Hossam, a 74-year-old resident of Fallujah, on conditions in the blockaded city. Iraqi forces have begun their assault on Islamic State in Fallujah, an operation that aims to evict the extremists from one of their last major territorial holdings in Iraq.
TODAY'S QUESTION
Going back to our story above, what are your thoughts on the latest poll results showing Mrs. Clinton’s lead over Mr. Trump narrowing? Send your comments, which we may edit before publication, to 10point@wsj.com. Please include your name and location.
—Compiled by Margaret Rawson
READER RESPONSE
Responding to Friday’s question on the rise of populism in Europe, Massimo Piras of Belgium wrote: “The heart of Europe is increasingly in need of a triple bypass! Across the EU, people fed-up with the liberal elitists and globalists in Brussels are voting for nationalist candidates seeking to take back the sovereignty so many were happy to relinquish when Europe’s economies were doing well.” Jean-Marc Dupuis of France said: “I was a French teenager 40 years ago and still remember that the National Front was considered a fascist fringe movement nobody wanted to be associated with. Today it garners many more votes, despite the fact that France is incredibly richer...showing that material progress comes easily, but the virtues of tolerance, openness, objectivity and rationality are still as elusive as ever.” Scott N. Ledbetter of Georgia commented: “Dominant political parties and politicians in Europe have pursued policies on immigration and European integration that are contrary to what many people in Europe want. The same is the case in the U.S.: policies out of sync with what many people want and, some would argue, what makes sense.”
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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