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

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Homegrown Jihad
The deadliest shooting attack in U.S. history killed at least 50 people at a popular gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla. on Sunday, injured 53, left a community and nation in grief and reignited concern about homegrown American terrorists. Authorities said Omar S. Mateen opened fire at the Pulse nightclub in an onslaught that sent patrons scrambling for the exits. During what became a siege that lasted hours, Mr. Mateen, who carried an assault rifle and a handgun, took time to call 911 and claim allegiance to Islamic State. Police shot and killed him at about 5 a.m. Sunday. Twenty-nine years old, he worked as a security guard, had a gun license and was a U.S. citizen. He was born in the U.S. to parents from Afghanistan and had been twice probed by the FBI, though the cases were closed as inconclusive. A propaganda agency linked to Islamic State claimed the massacre.
The Nation Reacts
As Orlando officials began releasing names of some of the 50 victims of the shooting after notifying family members, people gathered around the world to pay tribute. Nightclubs and bars across the country re-evaluated their security procedures as New York and other cities heightened security. Meanwhile, the shooting thrust terrorism into presidential politics. President Barack Obama condemned what he called an “act of terror and an act of hate” but focused his response on a call for stricter laws governing gun ownership. Donald Trump stressed in a series of tweets that the attack came from an Islamic extremist, while Hillary Clinton emphasized other dynamics, saying the U.S. must work with “allies and partners” to foil terrorists, and noting the gay and lesbian targets of the killings.
Blood Simple
Drugstore operator Walgreen formally ended a strained alliance with Theranos as regulators near a decision on whether to impose sanctions against the embattled Silicon Valley firm. Officials at the Walgreens Boots Alliance unit had grown frustrated at not getting more details and documentation from Theranos after learning it had corrected tens of thousands of blood tests, including many performed on samples collected from patients at Walgreens pharmacies. The drugstore operator said it had told Theranos it was terminating their nearly three-year-old partnership, effective immediately, and that it was shutting down Theranos lab-testing services in Walgreens locations. The move is a significant blow to the blood-testing startup: the 40 Theranos blood-draw sites inside Walgreens stores in Arizona have been the primary source of revenue for the company and its conduit to consumers.
Better Offer
The biggest mistakes executives make during their careers often occur when they negotiate a retirement package. Even in today’s tougher economic climate, experts say, companies are willing to concede quite a bit—but people need to know what to ask for and how to ask. In today’s Wealth Management report, we take a look at how to avoid the common errors employees make when going into a retirement negotiation, from making the first offer to being blindsided by seemingly big numbers. We also report that private partners are stepping up to help as millions of borrowers struggle to stay current on their federal student loans. And we take a look at the psychology of buying and selling a house, tools for managing income from a side business, the surprising link between the economy and narcissism and more.
TODAY'S VIDEO
A Son’s Last Words
That Was Painless
Survivors and relatives of victims of the mass shooting at Pulse nightclub described the attack.
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NUMBER OF THE DAY
$4.65 billion
The value of Symantec’s planned acquisition of Blue Coat Systems, a deal that will give the computer-security company a new portfolio of cyberdefense technologies along with a new chief executive.
QUOTE OF THE DAY
It’s sort of like the 1990s all over again, but now it is car engineers.
Valerie Frederickson, chief executive of Silicon Valley-based human resources adviser Frederickson Pribula Li, likened the current talent war in the race to build autonomous cars to the dot.com boom.
TODAY'S QUESTION
What are your thoughts on the shooting in Orlando? 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
In light of the news from Orlando, we will reconsider Friday’s question on another day.
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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