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

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The Russian Dimension
Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson, the top choice for secretary of state in a Trump administration, faces bipartisan resistance in Congress over his ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin. Republican hesitation over Mr. Tillerson marked the first sign of division between congressional GOP members and the Trump team over its likely cabinet picks. Mr. Tillerson, a seasoned deal maker whose company has a long history of doing business in Russia, is drawing unease from senators on both sides of the aisle. Meanwhile, President-elect Trump escalated a fight with the U.S. intelligence community on Sunday by denouncing its findings of Russian meddling in the U.S. election, setting up an extraordinary rupture between a soon-to-be president and his national-security establishment. Mr. Trump dismissed the suggestion that Russia directed cyberattacks related to the U.S. election, despite rising concern among lawmakers.

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Up in the Air
Boeing has clinched a deal to sell 80 jetliners to Iran, completing the first major agreement between a U.S. company and the Islamic Republic. The deal is valued at $16.6 billion, based on the company’s list price, which doesn’t include typical discounts. European rival Airbus has a similar deal for jet sales to Iran pending. The deals are among the most high-profile transactions signed since the landmark nuclear accord that removed sanctions on Tehran. But now, Western executives are trying to figure out whether Mr. Trump will step in to slow, or stop, the tentative approaches many companies have made. The timing of the Boeing announcement is awkward, given how the aerospace giant’s relations with the president-elect were strained last week when he criticized the potential cost of replacing the jets that serve as Air Force One.
The Pepsi Challenge
PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi has vowed to turn the maker of Fritos, Cheetos and Lay’s into a health juggernaut. But while consumers say they want to eat healthy, often what they really want is chips. Despite an expanding stable of “good for you’’ brands, much of PepsiCo’s revenue growth comes from high-fat, high-salt standbys. It is a hard truth for the world’s biggest food companies: They have been trying to ramp up healthier offerings for years, but consumers haven’t given up their love for all things sweet and salty. PepsiCo has fallen behind self-set targets of reducing the average amount of fat and sodium in key global brands by 2020, while sugars added in manufacturing of its products have increased. But buoyed by less-healthy snack brands, PepsiCo’s sales and volumes are on the rise and its profit margins have expanded in 15 quarters straight.
The Insomnia Cure
There are simple, and in some cases surprising, ways to beat that awful feeling of waking up at 4 in the morning and not being able to fall back to sleep. Everyone experiences it occasionally, but for some it occurs so often that it becomes an insomnia disorder. Rising too early can be caused by an out-of-whack circadian rhythm, the internal clock that dictates the body’s sleep/wake cycle. The key is to reset the body clock later. This can be done by exposing patients to bright light in the evening via a light therapy box or goggles that beam light to the eyes. Other techniques include standing up to watch TV or scheduling phone calls in the evening to stay awake until bedtime.
TODAY'S VIDEO
Bombing in Cairo Kills Dozens
That Was Painless
A bomb exploded at Cairo’s main Coptic Christian cathedral compound on Sunday morning, killing at least 25 people and wounding another 49, in the largest attack on a Christian house of worship in Egypt since 2011. No group has claimed responsibility for the attack.
TOP STORIES
U.S.

Central Bankers’ Zeal for the ‘Natural Rate’ Draws Skeptics

Insurers Step Up Lobbying With an Eye to Health-Law Changes
WORLD

Islamic State Retakes Ancient City of Palmyra

At Least 38 Dead, 150 Wounded in Istanbul
BUSINESS

Airbnb, Uber, Snap Aim to Show They’re More Than One Hot Product

Automation Can Actually Create More Jobs
MARKETS

As Dow Nears 20000, Stock-Market Believer Jeremy Siegel Gets a ‘Told You So’ Moment

Why Goldman Sachs Could Again Rule Wall Street
NUMBER OF THE DAY
$5 billion
The approximate amount for which private-equity firm KKR is nearing a deal to sell Capsugel to Switzerland’s Lonza Group, as an auction of the New Jersey drug-capsule maker draws to a close.
QUOTE OF THE DAY
I don’t want to be the Grinch...It’s a nice gesture and thank you for something very important, but does that mean we need to provide the whole nine yards forever?
Aaron Wudrick, federal director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, a nonprofit watchdog group that monitors government spending, on Nova Scotia trucking a giant Christmas tree to Boston each year as a thank you for the city’s speedy aid after a maritime disaster.
TODAY'S QUESTION
Going back to our story above, what are your thoughts on Mr. Trump’s comments on the intelligence community’s findings of a Russian role in U.S. election-related hacking? 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 Friday’s question on the Transportation Department weighing allowing phone calls during flights, Laura Clements Dixon of Georgia commented: “If I found myself seated next to someone talking on their phone on a flight, I would ask to be re-seated. In my opinion, those who plan to talk on their phones on a flight should be required to declare that and then be confined to one section of the airplane—just as smokers were prior to the ban.” Chaim Kalish of Jerusalem wrote: “In a day and age where most communication is done via electronic messaging, it makes little sense to allow in-flight calls: they are an unnecessary convenience for few that will disrupt the peace of mind and ability to sleep of nearby passengers. If the airlines would allow passengers to place and accept phone calls in the back of the plane, where people are normally talking anyway, that’s a different story.” John Fielder of California said: “If cell phone conversations are allowed, cabin crews should be awarded hazardous duty pay and issued riot gear. And law abiding frequent fliers deputized. It will not go well.” And Ray Crisci of Florida put it simply: “This is a horrific idea.”

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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