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

The Wall Street Journal
Good morning,
Should I Stay or Should I Go?
Sen. Bernie Sanders is at a crossroads. A split is emerging inside his campaign over whether the senator should stand down after Tuesday’s election contests and unite behind Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton, or take the fight all the way to the July party convention and try to pry the nomination from her. A strong showing by Mrs. Clinton in New Jersey on Tuesday, before California results even come in, could help her reach the 2,383 delegates needed to clinch the nomination. Even so, Mr. Sanders isn’t backing off, despite Democratic officials, fundraisers and operatives getting impatient. In other campaign news, presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump is giving a national platform to parents of victims of crimes by illegal immigrants to boost support for hard-line immigration policies, while party leaders have denounced his attacks on a Hispanic federal judge.


Slick Saboteurs
A band of saboteurs that calls itself the Niger Delta Avengers has been prowling the swamps of Nigeria’s petroleum-rich south for four months, bombing pipelines and diving underwater to destroy equipment. The damage has helped tip Africa’s biggest economy toward recession and has considerably cut the amount of oil in global markets, helping push crude prices above $50 a barrel recently for the first time since November. Brazen strikes on two pipelines on Friday were the latest demonstration of destructive proficiency by the Avengers, who, compared with criminals that have attacked pipelines for profit or terrorist groups with an ideological agenda, seem more interested in undermining the administration of Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari. Nigeria’s government has publicly asked the Avengers to negotiate, but the group has responded with a mix of threats, steep demands and more attacks.
Schools for Scandal
A flood of foreign undergraduates on America’s campuses is improving the financial health of universities while clashing with a fundamental value of U.S. scholarship: academic integrity. Our analysis of data from more than a dozen large U.S. public universities found that in the 2014-15 school year, the schools recorded 5.1 reports of alleged cheating for every 100 international students. They recorded one such report per 100 domestic students. Faculty and domestic students interviewed said it appears that substantial numbers of international students either don’t comprehend or don’t accept U.S. standards of academic integrity. In particular, “cheating among Chinese students, especially those with poor language skills, is a huge problem,” said one professor. Meanwhile, new research shows a significant chunk of government investment in higher education backfired, with millions of students worse off for having gone to school.
The Greatest
Will sports ever see another Muhammad Ali? Probably not, writes our columnist Jason Gay: “Ali was absolute sui generis, an unprecedented combination of athleticism, intelligence, bravado and social consciousness during one of the most turbulent chapters in American history.” As Ali’s hometown, Louisville, Ky., prepares to say goodbye to him with a procession and funeral a week after his death at age 74, tributes have poured in from around the globe. We report on the three-time heavyweight champion’s views on black pride and racial politics, how he was shaped by the Olympics and the biggest battle of his career at Madison Square Garden. We also spoke with boxing promoter Bob Arum, who promoted many of Ali’s early fights, about the fighter’s controversies.
Afghanistan Attack
That Was Painless
Three assailants wearing suicide vests stormed a court in eastern Afghanistan on Sunday, killing at least seven people. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack. This video contains graphic content.

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The number of years Manuel “Manolo” Rodriguez worked at American International Group, the longest-ever tenure at the global insurer. Mr. Rodriguez, who retired a few weeks ago at 79, started employment at AIG in 1954 as an 18-year-old messenger.
We were not isolated in the past, we are not isolated now, and we will not be isolated in the future.
Adm. Sun Jianguo, deputy chief of the Chinese military’s Joint Staff Department, rebuffed accusations that Beijing risked isolating itself through its assertive behavior and expansive claims in the South China Sea.
Going back to our story above, what are your thoughts on the higher rate of alleged cheating by foreign college students in the U.S.? Send your comments, which we may edit before publication, to Please include your name and location.
—Compiled by Margaret Rawson
Responding to Friday’s question on the NBA Finals, Victor Guindi of New York wrote: “I’m rooting for the Golden State Warriors in the NBA finals as I was amazed by the team’s spectacular performance and perseverance this season, especially Steph Curry’s stellar shooting percentage.” Susan Jancar of Colorado commented: “After reading a story in the Journal several years ago about LeBron James as a boy, I became a huge fan. Over the years he has not disappointed me. While Steph Curry is amazing to watch, James has been able to hold him at bay.” And Bob Kenney of Maryland shared: “I’m rooting for the Cavaliers in the NBA Finals. I’m a native Clevelander and it’s been 52 years since the Browns brought a championship to the ‘Land (a game that I attended with my father and brother)...This year’s team with its Big 3 and supporting cast is our best hope in a very long time to end the drought. Go Cavs!”
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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