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

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Good morning,
The Greek Marathon
The deal is done, but Greece’s future in Europe’s currency union still hangs in the balance. After a day-night-day marathon, eurozone leaders said this morning that they would give the country another bailout as long as the government of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras manages to implement a round of austerity measures in the coming days. European stocks rallied this morning, while a dazed populace stood in the streets of Athens struggling to understand how they were now faced with an offer even tougher than the one they snubbed. The tentative rescue deal comes after Germany flexed its muscles and offered Athens a choice between obedience and destruction. Join us as we live blog the market’s reaction to the news and analysis of the details.
Eye in the Sky
The U.S. is in talks with North African countries about positioning drones at a base on their soil to ramp up surveillance of Islamic State in Libya. The militant organization has claimed a number of attacks in North Africa recently, and U.S. intelligence agencies say it is growing faster in that country than anywhere else in the area. The establishment of such a base would be the most significant expansion of the campaign against the extremist group in the region. Meanwhile, yesterday in Afghanistan, a suicide car bombing near a U.S. military base that once hosted CIA employees has left at least 17 civilians dead.
Union Blues
A ritual called the “handshake” is expected to open talks today between UAW union officials and Detroit car makers. The two sides are bitterly divided over a pay structure that the union says enriches the companies at the expense of workers. Fiat Chrysler, the smallest and least profitable of Detroit’s auto makers, could have the most to lose. As GM, Ford and Chrysler prepare to hammer out an agreement, here’s a look at the state of play over three decades. Meanwhile, Chrysler heads to a Georgia court tomorrow to argue for a new trial weighing responsibility for a boy’s death in a Jeep that caught fire after an accident.
The Economics of Good Food
Consumers are becoming more particular about their food preferences. One major area of debate involves products that have been genetically modified and whether companies should be required to label them. Activists are also battling to put a cap on soda consumption and foie gras, the fattened liver of a duck or goose. Meanwhile, organic products have gotten more space on supermarket shelves. But can organic replace conventional agriculture? Some say it’s our best hope, but others point out that the yields are too low.
TOP STORIES
U.S.

Kentucky Is New Test Case of Health Law’s Politics

Walker White House Campaign to Target GOP Core
WORLD

Europeans Press for Iran Nuclear Deal on Monday

China Targets Human-Rights Lawyers in Crackdown
BUSINESS

India’s Outsourcing Firms Change Direction as ‘Cloud’ Moves In

Platform, a Chemicals Firm, to Buy U.K. Rival
MARKETS

Global Investors Hang On as China Stock Market Swings

Concern About Trading of U.S. Treasurys Prompts Review by Regulators
TODAY'S VIDEO
Prison Break
That Was Painless
Mexican drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán was found missing from his prison cell Saturday night. This is the second time in 15 years he has escaped.
NUMBER OF THE DAY
92%
Apple’s share of the total operating income generated by the world’s eight top smartphone makers in the first quarter, up from 65% a year earlier, according to Canaccord Genuity managing director Mike Walkley.
QUOTE OF THE DAY
Atticus Finch transforming from racist old bigot to beloved white savior...is so interesting...Lee was obviously casting about for the right character to carry her message.
Amanda Nelson, managing editor of literary website Book Riot, said on Twitter, referring to the transformation of Atticus Finch from a segregationist in Harper Lee’s latest novel “Go Set a Watchman” to a civil-rights hero in “To Kill a Mockingbird.”
TODAY'S QUESTION
Going back to our story above, what are your thoughts on the required labeling of GMO products? Send your comments, which we may edit before publication, to 10point@wsj.com. Please include your name and location.
—Compiled by Khadeeja Safdar
READER RESPONSE
Responding to Friday’s question about super PACs, Jim Pierce of Texas wrote: “The super PAC has been through the gauntlet of constitutional challenges and survived as an example of how first amendment rights trump the interests of those who prefer to control the process. The courts got it right. The politicians who muster the support are those who demonstrate the ability to connect with a base yearning for sound leadership.” W.S. Thomas of Alabama commented: “Money is essential to run a successful presidential campaign, but votes win elections. A candidate can have all the money in the world, but unless he or she can inspire the voters they will lose.” Also from Alabama, Mike Furlong weighed in: “I do not agree with the Supreme Court equating money with free speech. That equation means the more money I have the more speech I get. Money brings power, access, and, essentially, control.” And Slade Howell of North Carolina wrote: “The super PAC may well turn out to be a mixed blessing. It is true that candidates like to raise lots of money for their campaign, but with little control of these funds it can also backfire. ”
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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