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

The Wall Street Journal
Good morning,
Trump Unshackled
Faced with opposition inside and outside his party, Donald Trump plans to renew the nationalist themes that built his base and amplify his no-holds-barred attacks against Hillary Clinton to try to depress Democratic voter turnout, giving up in effect the conventional wisdom of trying to reach voters far outside his core of support. The new strategy emerged Tuesday on Mr. Trump’s Twitter account when he sent out messages attacking Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan as a weak leader after Mr. Ryan said he wouldn’t appear with the nominee. “It’s so nice that the shackles have been taken off me and I can now fight for America the way I want to,” Mr. Trump wrote. Meanwhile, newly released emails show Mrs. Clinton’s political team sought to contain any potential fallout over her use of a private email server by communicating with government agencies, enlisting help of congressional allies and managing public statements.


Food Delivery
Amazon is pushing deeper into the highly competitive grocery business with plans to introduce convenience stores as well as curbside pickup locations, in its latest effort to upend a new market to become a central hub for shoppers and businesses. The Seattle company aims to build small brick-and-mortar stores that would sell produce, milk, meats and other perishable items that customers can take home. Customers could also order goods with longer shelf lives for same-day delivery. And for those seeking a quicker checkout, Amazon will soon begin rolling out designated drive-in locations where online grocery orders will be brought to the car. The convenience stores, which may take a year or more to open, are for now slated exclusively for customers of its Fresh subscription service, which promises same-day food delivery at set times.
Hold the Phone
A worsening crisis over faulty Samsung smartphones has thrust the conglomerate’s heir apparent, Lee Jae-yong, into his first critical leadership test. In a series of phone calls on Tuesday with Samsung’s mobile chief and other executives, Mr. Lee decided to pull the plug on the Galaxy Note 7, once a highly regarded smartphone that had become an albatross as the company struggled to cope with a string of reports about the device catching fire. Samsung told Galaxy Note 7 users world-wide to immediately switch off their devices and slashed its third-quarter operating profit estimate by a third to $4.62 billion. Our Personal Technology columnists Geoffrey A. Fowler and Joanna Stern contemplate what Samsung must do to win back their trust. Meanwhile, Samsung’s pain could now be Google’s gain.
Road Restraint
When you’re caught in a traffic jam, you feel powerless. What you may not know is that you can have a big effect on the traffic around you. Traffic congestion forms in waves, like sand or water, and the smallest obstruction, such as one driver swerving or slowing briefly, can trigger a chain reaction of drivers hitting the brakes. A growing body of research has found that an individual driver, by preventing bottlenecks and maintaining a steady speed, can sometimes single-handedly ease or break up a traffic jam. The techniques are simple, though some of them—such as leaving a large gap and freely letting other drivers cut in—may feel counterintuitive. As congestion gets worse, some government regulators are embracing traffic-control tools based on the principles, from on-ramp stop-and-go lights to “zipper merge” rules in construction zones.
Invisible Enemy
That Was Painless
The oak leaf itch mite is an eight-legged pest that is wreaking havoc in parts of the Midwest. The microscopic bug can cause red rashes and itching, and repellents aren’t much of a defense.

Federal Government Is Running Out of Funds to Detain Illegal Immigrants

Fight Over Dakota Access Pipeline Intensifies

Militant Attack on Shiite Shrine in Afghan Capital Kills at Least 14 People

Chinese Veterans Protest for Better Government Benefits

Sprint Seeks to Raise $3.5 Billion With Sale-Leaseback of Airwaves

Budget Airlines Spread Their Wings Across the Atlantic

Appeals Court Deals Setback to Consumer-Watchdog Agency

Wells Fargo Lays Out Strategy to Move Past Scandal
The number of enforcement cases the SEC brought for the 12 months through September, marking the third year in a row the 82-year old agency has filed the most cases in its history. While case numbers are strongly up, sanctions appear flat, suggesting an increased emphasis on smaller cases.
To fight, you need two, and we’ve decided we won’t be the second party.
Federico Nariño, the nom de guerre for a midlevel commander of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, on the rebels’ attitude and continued hope for peace following Colombian voters’ rejection of the government’s peace deal with the Marxist guerrillas.
Going back to our story above, what are your thoughts on Amazon’s grocery ambitions? 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 Samsung permanently discontinuing production of the Galaxy Note 7, J.M. Kielblock of New Jersey wrote: “It is simply the right thing to do. Unless and until Samsung can correct the defect and ensure the safety of its product for consumer use, it should not continue to produce products that are harmful to people and the environment.” Khaled Mansur of the Philippines said: “I wish Samsung had paid some attention at their product testing before release. Such a beautiful phone and I was pretty impressed with all its features and performance. However, safety is paramount.” Norman Blanton of Oklahoma weighed in: “I’m just surprised that this got to the customer. With previous battery problems, one would expect that this would have been thoroughly tested and vetted. I have to believe that they didn’t test production models. There is probably an issue with alternate source parts or procedures on the floor when you don’t have the same quality of employee as those that assembled the test units.” And Terry Lange of Texas commented: “I think this will be a blight on Samsung because it is evidently clear that they rushed to get a product to market without taking the time to do extensive testing.”
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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