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

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Playing Defense
President Barack Obama and House Speaker Paul Ryan, the nation’s leading Democratic and Republican elected officials, rebuked presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump on Tuesday over his response to this weekend’s Orlando massacre, rejecting his call to temporarily ban Muslims from entering the U.S. The swift, bipartisan criticism illustrates the steep challenges ahead for the political newcomer as he enters the general-election phase of the presidential race. Meanwhile, investigators are scrutinizing the wife of Omar Mateen, the Orlando gunman, to determine how much she may have known about his plans for Sunday’s shooting. Investigators are also trying to determine if the gunman did, as some witnesses have claimed, use a gay dating app or have prior relationships with gay men that might have been part of his motivation for carrying out the massacre at the nightclub.

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Bracing for the Exit
Yields on Germany’s 10-year government debt sank below zero Tuesday for the first time ever, a potent financial marker of Europe’s acute economic and political instability. Bond yields in Europe have been sliding for a year, weighed down by aggressive central-bank bond buying, negative short-term rates and skepticism about an economic recovery that seems persistently to falter. The catalyst for Tuesday’s drop appeared to be a mounting concern among investors that Britain might leave the European Union. Some analysts believe that bund yields could go even lower if there is more uncertainty ahead of the “Brexit” vote. Meanwhile, the drop is one of several reasons why the U.S. Fed is unlikely to announce a rate increase today. I invite you to watch Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen’s press conference live at 2:30 p.m. ET at WSJ.com.
Strained Relations
Wal-Mart and P&G’s $10 billion alliance is under strain. The world’s largest retailer and the world’s biggest consumer-goods company are increasingly butting heads as both try to wring more revenue out of their slow-growing businesses. Their efforts, which at times have come at the expense of the other, risk harming a partnership that has been a foundation of the companies. Last year alone, P&G sold roughly $10 billion worth of goods through the retailer. Wal-Mart is spending billions on e-commerce and higher store employee wages, and pressuring suppliers to reduce the price of best sellers as it tries to keep pace with Amazon and a slate of discount chains. P&G, conversely, wants the retailer to accelerate sales of its products and preserve higher prices on some items.
Message Sent
After falling behind Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp, Apple has become laser-focused on improving Messages. The changes go deeper than just emoji and sticker fun, writes our Personal Technology columnist Joanna Stern. Messaging apps have emerged as the darling of the technology world because they’re becoming the glue that connects us to the most important people and services in our lives, much like an operating system. When iOS 10 comes this fall to iPhones and iPads, you’ll be able to enhance your private messages with stickers, make emojis bigger and even use apps such as DoorDash to order lunch with friends, without ever leaving the chat. Meanwhile, Siri is growing up, and moving to the center of Apple’s universe, writes columnist Geoffrey A. Fowler.
TODAY'S VIDEO
Seats for Sale
That Was Painless
Sports franchises are aiming to grab a piece of the multibillion-dollar ticket-resale market, a business they once reviled. The move has triggered frosty relations between teams and some ticket resellers.
TOP STORIES
U.S.

Retail Strength Gives Fed Some Clarity on Growth Outlook

DNC Says Computers Breached by Russian Government-Linked Hackers
WORLD

Frenchman Who Killed Police Captain and Companion Allegedly Pledged Allegiance to Islamic State

Asean Members Walk Back Statement on South China Sea
BUSINESS

FCC’s Net-Neutrality Rules Upheld by Appeals Court

Sumner Redstone Makes Rare Appearances at CBS, Paramount
MARKETS

Credit-Card Warning Sends Synchrony Shares Dropping

Upstart IEX Poised for Approval as New Stock Exchange
NUMBER OF THE DAY
$2 billion
The amount of cash Uber aims to raise by turning to the leveraged-loan market for the first time. The company plans to issue the debt in coming weeks.
QUOTE OF THE DAY
Your kids are only young once, and you can’t get that moment back. If I have any regrets it’s that one.
Dan Glaser, CEO of Marsh & McLennan, on the times he put work ahead of back-to-school nights and sports games as he advanced at the professional-services firm after we asked 25 male CEOs about how they balance work and family.
TODAY'S QUESTION
What are your thoughts on managing work-life balance? 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 yesterday’s question on Microsoft acquiring LinkedIn, John L. Hoh Jr. of Wisconsin wrote: “Alas, it seems like Microsoft is grasping at straws. In technology it’s about new breakthroughs, not combining old synergies. I applaud the LinkedIn investors for getting a decent return on an investment that has lost luster.” Vikas Deshmukh of Texas commented: “What a topsy-turvy world we live in. A company hoards more than $100 billion in idle cash and borrows $26 billion for its acquisition binge. All this is because of the upside-down Alice in Wonderland world of U.S. taxation.” And Steve Totzke of Tennessee weighed in: “My LinkedIn feed these days has a lot of ‘I’m done with LinkedIn’ posts, which seems to be ripe for a Microsoft acquisition.”
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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