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

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Oil on Troubled Waters
Donald Trump’s pick for secretary of state, Exxon Mobil chief Rex Tillerson, faces a likely battle with senators—including some Republicans—who have raised questions about his closeness to Russian leaders. We report that Republican Sens. Marco Rubio, John McCain and Lindsey Graham, influential voices in the chamber on foreign-policy issues, want to use the confirmation process to explore Mr. Tillerson’s relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Mr. Tillerson rose to the top of Exxon partly by negotiating a deal with Mr. Putin to kick-start an oil project on the Pacific Ocean island of Sakhalin, and led the company into Iraq’s semiautonomous Kurdistan region against the wishes of Baghdad and the State Department. We examine how Mr. Tillerson, a late entry in the running to be secretary of state, got Mr. Trump’s nod.

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Aleppo Under Fire in ‘Truce’
The Syrian regime resumed bombardment of the remaining rebel-held parts of Aleppo on Wednesday, residents said, shattering a rare night of calm and throwing an evacuation deal reached a day earlier into question. Iranian militia fighters allied to the Syrian regime turned back five buses evacuating people from opposition neighborhoods on Wednesday morning, rebel leaders said. The initial evacuations were meant as the first step in the broader implementation of a truce brokered by Turkey and Russia that would return the city to full regime control for the first time since 2012. Russia’s defense ministry blamed rebels for scuttling the evacuations by shooting at the buses. The delay in planned evacuations threw into further uncertainty the future of thousands of civilians stuck in the shrinking rebel-held pocket of Aleppo.
Signed, Sealed, Delayed
UPS and FedEx are straining to keep up with holiday shipping volumes that have blown past expectations, delaying the delivery of some of the millions of online orders shoppers have placed since Thanksgiving. In advance of the busy holiday season, both UPS and FedEx had extended delivery windows on some routes, suspended delivery guarantees and refunds for certain weeks and stopped promising to deliver certain express packages by a set time. Despite these measures, analysts say on-time delivery rates for both companies were down slightly during the weeks following Thanksgiving. UPS has relocated hundreds of staff from its headquarters and other corporate offices to help at struggling shipping hubs. Both companies handle millions of packages on their busiest days, so even a small drop can mean tens or hundreds of thousands of customers receive their shipments late.
Boys to Men
A glance into any middle-school classroom tells the tale: Boys watch in silence as girls 6 inches taller, their homework all done, wave their hands in the air to give answers. The maturity gap between boys and girls looms largest in the early teen years. New research on adolescent development reveals exactly which skills develop more slowly in boys after they enter puberty. Girls in their early teens often outpace boys by a wide margin in language skills. Boys are slower to develop the abilities to pay close attention and to sense what others are feeling by looking at facial expressions. However, research shows boys’ and girls’ performance on many tasks tends to converge around age 15. We offer strategies for parents during this critical stage.
TODAY'S VIDEO
New Tricks
That Was Painless
Treat-dispensing webcams, activity trackers, even a game console—all for your dog. Our Personal Technology columnist Joanna Stern lets her pup Browser put the latest pet “innovations” to the test.
TOP STORIES
U.S.

President-elect Picks Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry as Energy Secretary

Donald Trump Picks Montana Congressman Ryan Zinke as Interior Secretary
WORLD

Venezuelans Rush to Banks to Exchange Bills During Crackdown on Contraband

Iran’s President Orders Development of Nuclear Propulsion System for Ships
BUSINESS

Sanofi Is in Talks for Deal With Actelion Pharmaceuticals

Coverup at French Nuclear Supplier Sparks Global Review
MARKETS

Goldman Sachs to Name David Solomon, Harvey Schwartz to Succeed Gary Cohn

Anxious Mutual-Fund Industry Holds ‘Seismic Shift Senior Leadership Forum’
NUMBER OF THE DAY
31%
The rise in Goldman Sachs shares since Election Day, taking the firm within striking distance of its all-time closing high of $247.92, hit in October 2007. The Wall Street bank is the top-performing component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average since the election, accounting for about a quarter of the index’s rise.
QUOTE OF THE DAY
Living wills are a form of contingency planning. They are not a scorecard for the current health of Wells Fargo or any bank.
In a memo to employees, Wells Fargo Chief Executive Timothy Sloan responded to U.S. regulators slapping the embattled bank with new sanctions after concluding it had failed to devise an adequate blueprint for avoiding a taxpayer bailout if it were on the brink of bankruptcy.
TODAY'S QUESTION
Returning to our story above, what are your thoughts on the cease-fire deal in Aleppo? 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 Sumner and Shari Redstone ending their effort to merge Viacom and CBS, Rich Irwin of Ohio weighed in: “I think it is ironic that after their emotions bleeding all over the place to get what they wanted, now that they can, they don’t want to!” And George Creel of Maryland said: “Simple comment: Who cares?” And with that, we resolve to ask more thought-provoking questions in the future.

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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