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

The Wall Street Journal
Good morning,
Grand New Party
The Republican National Convention kicked off Monday in Cleveland with the most contentions scene at a national party convention in generations, as hundreds of delegates shouted for a roll-call vote to disrupt Donald Trump’s forthcoming nomination. The Republican Party just defeated the last-gasp effort to reject the party’s rules that bind delegates and the convention continued with speeches by Republicans assailing Hillary Clinton for the 2012 attack on Benghazi, illegal immigration and recent killings of police officers. Near the close of the evening, Mr. Trump emerged from a darkened stage to introduce his wife, Melania, before her speech. Mrs. Trump delivered a short but passionate commendation of her husband’s candidacy— observers later noted some similarities to Michelle Obama’s speech at the convention that nominated her husband in 2008. The Trump family is expected to take a central role throughout the week. Meanwhile, we chronicle how Republican National Committee head Reince Priebus became a key member of Mr. Trump’s inner circle and has thrown the GOP’s well-funded political apparatus behind the presumptive nominee.


Targeted in Blue
Gunman Gavin Eugene Long, who served in the Marines before renouncing his U.S. citizenship to join a radical antigovernment group, had laid plans to kill police before the weekend attack that left three Baton Rouge, La., lawmen dead, authorities said Monday. We report that Long, apparently enraged by recent killings of black civilians by police, targeted officers at a commercial strip near police headquarters where they often stop in the morning to get coffee and wash their patrol cars. “There’s no doubt whatsoever these officers were intentionally targeted and assassinated,” Louisiana State Police Col. Michael Edmonson said. Meanwhile, religious leaders in and around Baton Rouge planned a number of vigils to honor the fallen officers, while the black separatist group linked to Long has disavowed any connection with the gunman.
No Results Found
Yahoo on Monday posted a deep loss that underscores the challenges facing a potential acquirer of the shrinking internet business. In what could be its last earnings report as an independent company, Yahoo said its revenue, minus commissions paid to partners for web traffic, fell 19% in the second quarter. That is its sixth decline in the past seven periods and the steepest slump under Marissa Mayer, who was named chief executive almost four years ago to the day. Yahoo’s loss ballooned to $439 million as expenses surged 40%, largely because of a $395 million write-down of Tumblr. The earnings report came on the same day as a third and potentially final round of bids was due. Yahoo aims to wrap up the auction by the end of this month.
When Nothing Works
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Speaking of Trump
That Was Painless
On Monday I sat down with House Speaker Paul Ryan and our Washington bureau chief Gerald F. Seib in Cleveland. Mr. Ryan called Mr. Trump not his “kind of conservative,” but said the GOP must get behind him.

Regulators Defend Obama Administration’s Fuel-Economy Standards

Public-Health Officials Across U.S. Race to Build Defenses Against Zika Virus

Afghan Migrant Shot Dead After Hatchet Attack on German Train

U.S. Holds Split View of Cleric Erdogan Blames for Turkish Coup

Fiat Chrysler Investigated by Regulators Over Sales Reports

Netflix Reports Sharp Slowdown in User Growth

Carlyle Goes on Trial for a Financial-Crisis Meltdown

Wal-Mart Escalates Fight With Visa, Blocks Cards at Three Canadian Stores
$5 billion
The amount Bank of America aims to reduce its annual costs by 2018 as part of its strategy to deal with persistently low interest rates that are eating away at lenders’ profitability.
I am appalled about this.... He injured a number of people, slashing around himself with a hatchet and a knife..
Bavarian Interior Minister Joachim Herrmann on an attack by a 17-year-old Afghan migrant who injured four people on a train in Würzburg, Germany, on Monday evening before being shot dead by police. German investigators found a self-drawn Islamic State flag in his belongings.
Going back to our story above, what are your thoughts on the final blow to the anti-Trump movement? Send your comments, which we may edit before publication, to Please include your name and location.
—Compiled by Margaret Rawson
Responding to yesterday’s question on the failed coup attempt in Turkey, Daniel J. Arbess of New York wrote: “The coup attempt in Turkey might have looked through our eyes like a foiled overthrow of a democratically elected leader, very much like the military coup that replaced the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt with Gen. Abdel Fattah Al Sisi. The Obama administration didn’t step up to support the Brotherhood in Egypt, so why was it so quick to back Mr. Erdogan on Friday, when in fact Erdogan is systematically dismantling media freedom and other cornerstones of Turkish democracy?…Turkey is a NATO ally and is finally starting to play a constructive role in our efforts to counter the worst of the multi-headed hydra of Islamists, ISIS.” Elizabeth V. Strickland of Indiana said: “The coup was an act to stop Mr. Erdogan’s authoritarian regime. Although the coup was not a solution for the citizen-elected democracy, it was action for a secular Turkey. The world needs to know that cleric Fethullah Gulen is not the reason for Mr. Erdogan’s problems: Mr. Erdogan is the problem.” And Aytan Ben-Pelech of Australia opined: “Mr. Erdogan will rival Stalin as he purges the army, judiciary and media.”
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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