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

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A 6.2-magnitude earthquake struck central Italy early Wednesday, killing at least 38 people and leaving many trapped beneath the rubble of buildings that collapsed while they slept. Italian soldiers and emergency crews were aiding the injured and searching for survivors in the hardest-hit towns. The quake, with its epicenter at Norcia, about 170 kilometers (105 miles) northeast of Rome, hit at 3:36 a.m. local time and was felt across most of central Italy, including in Rome and Florence, sending people running into the streets and causing power cuts.

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Trump’s Narrowing Path
As the traditional Labor Day kickoff of the fall presidential race approaches, Donald Trump faces an increasingly narrow path to the White House. A Trump victory over Hillary Clinton likely would require a sweep of a set of battleground states where he is competitive but trailing in recent opinion polls—Ohio, Florida, Pennsylvania and North Carolina. Mrs. Clinton, by contrast, could win with just one of them, partly because Democrats start with a larger number of states that historically side with them. Meanwhile, Mr. Trump has been asking for support from African-American voters and said he was open to “softening” immigration laws to accommodate law-abiding people who are in the country illegally, if they “contribute to society.” We also report that both candidates are facing questions over transparency for conducting their fundraisers behind closed doors. And questions are piling up around Mrs. Clinton’s emails and what they tell us about links between the Clinton Foundation and her tenure at the State Department.
Border Offensive
Turkish and American military forces launched a major offensive in northwestern Syria against Islamic State fighters early Wednesday as they try to sever the extremist group’s vital supply routes, the Turkish government announced. Turkish special forces, aided by U.S.-coalition warplanes and Turkish artillery units, moved into northern Syria before dawn, according to Turkey’s state-run Anadolu news agency, and Turkish jets bombed Islamic State forces inside Syria. Turkish artillery units had been pounding Islamic State forces holding a strategic border town in Syria for two days as the military—shaken by last month’s thwarted coup attempt—looks to re-establish its role as a key player in the fight on its doorstep. Turkey stepped up its shelling after a suspected Islamic State bomber killed dozens of men, women and children on Saturday at a wedding celebration in the southeastern city of Gaziantep.
Best Effort
Best Buy posted results for the latest quarter that reversed a sales slump, easing fears about its ability to lure shoppers amid a long battle with Amazon and other online rivals. On Tuesday, the Richfield, Minn.-based retailer posted a 24% increase in domestic online sales for the second straight quarter, and investors sent shares up 20% to $39.23, their highest close since March 2015. While shoppers aren’t flocking to its stores for CDs and flat-screen televisions like they once did, the electronics retailer has begun a long-promised turnaround by closing underperforming stores and capturing more business that shifted online. The comeback is built on a lift from fewer store-based rivals, higher demand for gadgets like Fitbit trackers and replacement sales of expensive items like refrigerators and washing machines.
Get Organized
Garages hold the lawn mower, sports equipment, old paint cans and…a host of bad feelings. One in four people said they can’t fit even one car into their garage and some 20% of homeowners said they have argued with their spouse about the state of their garage. Fed up and out of space, more people are confronting the mess. We explore how families are reimagining the space, while sales of garage-organization products are expected to continue increasing. Another sticky situation for parents is how to navigate your child’s media use. What’s popular changes rapidly and families’ rules may differ widely. We offer tips for managing screen-time, even on play dates. We also explore why 4 a.m. is the most productive hour for some busy professionals and parents.
TODAY'S VIDEO
Flood Response
That Was Painless
President Barack Obama traveled to the Baton Rouge, La., area on Tuesday to pledge federal support to repair the damage from some of the worst flooding to hit the U.S. in years.
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NUMBER OF THE DAY
$52.8 million
The amount Apollo Global Management agreed to pay to settle SEC charges over its fee practices, the largest settlement to date by a private-equity firm in the agency’s broad examination of the industry.
QUOTE OF THE DAY
Half of the town doesn’t exist anymore. It’s a tragedy.
Sergio Pirozzi, mayor of Amatrice, on the earthquake that struck central Italy early Wednesday.
TODAY'S QUESTION
Going back to our story above, what are your thoughts on the presidential candidates conducting their fundraisers behind closed doors? 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 newly released emails showing a Clinton Foundation official seeking access to the State Department, Lucy Horton of Pennsylvania wrote: “A Bahraini prince wants to meet with Hillary Clinton? Bahrain is an ally in a troubled part of the world, and a meeting with such a person seems like a workaday matter, no incentives needed. Others want to speak to someone to express opinions? I fail to see a sinister plot. Still others are turned away by conscientious staff…The hit job on the Clinton Foundation is a masterful work of high-level smearing that will go down in the annals of propaganda. Meanwhile, the Clintons can be proud of their record of public service.” Scott N. Ledbetter of Georgia commented: “It is time to end the double standard where the Clintons and other elites are exempt from the laws with which the rest of us comply. Reporting by national, mainstream sources indicates that Mrs. Clinton as secretary of state and her cohorts were running a ‘pay to play’ operation.” And Brian Frentzko of Ohio weighed in: “The disturbing aspect of this is not just the subject of the emails, but the fact that we were all told many times over that all emails relating to Mrs. Clinton’s State Department business had been turned over. Now around another 15,000 have magically just been found? How many more have been selectively withheld?”
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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