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

The Wall Street Journal
Good morning,
Trump Holds Court
President Trump picked Judge Neil Gorsuch as his nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court, a choice that would fill a nearly yearlong vacancy on the bench and amount to the most consequential decision of his eventful first 12 days in office. Mr. Trump’s choice would tilt the ideological balance of the nation’s highest court back to conservatives. Republicans immediately praised the pick while Democrats, under pressure from their party’s base to stymie the new administration, predicted a rough path to confirmation. Judge Gorsuch, 49 years old, is a well-established conservative, appointed by President George W. Bush to the Denver-based 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. He has been outspoken about the need for courts to have a limited role in American life. Meanwhile, Senate Democrats boycotted committee votes on cabinet nominees and delayed at least for a day a committee vote on Mr. Trump’s choice for attorney general.


Apple Harvest
Apple snapped out of three straight quarters of falling revenue as strong demand for the iPhone 7 raised investors’ hopes that the technology giant is emerging from its roughest period since it reinvented the market for mobile devices. Sales of the new smartphone model, which Apple unveiled in September, propelled total iPhone shipments 5% higher to a record during the three months through December. iPhones, which account for two-thirds of Apple’s sales, helped boost total revenue 3% to a record $78.4 billion. Apple’s services business—which includes its App Store sales and its music and payments services—continued to boom. Revenue in that segment jumped 18% from a year ago to $7.2 billion. Still, we report that the results overall showed that Apple continues to struggle to regain the type of momentum that made it the world’s most valuable company.
A New Playbook
The NFL is searching for new ways to tighten its grip on the public’s attention. Ahead of Sunday’s championship matchup between the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Wednesday plans to use his annual state-of-the-game press conference to stress that the league is serious about making changes amid steep ratings declines and other problems. The NFL has begun experimenting with shuffling the way ads appear in game broadcasts, and is considering making the weekly lineup of games easier to find on television as well as tweaking the pace of the sport itself. The move to shake things up comes after a season in which average viewership per game fell 8% overall and some teams played before ugly patches of empty seats in stadiums as sold tickets went unused.
Innovator at the Vatican
The Vatican is a famously male-dominated institution, but on at least one count, it’s beaten the secular world in creating opportunities for women. Pope Francis’s decision last month to appoint Barbara Jatta as director of the Vatican Museums makes it the first of the world’s most important museums to have a woman at the helm—ahead of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the British Museum, the Prado Museum and the Louvre. Ms. Jatta intends to exploit the museums’ technological expertise, as she also confronts major financial, administrative and crowding challenges. The modern spirit of the Vatican Museums, today the home of the Sistine Chapel, as well as works of art by Raphael, Giotto and Titian, is rooted in history. Ms. Jatta’s appointment reflects a little-known tradition of innovation that belies the Vatican’s image as hidebound and backward, she says.
A House to Call Her Own
That Was Painless
Is the “she shed” the answer to the man cave? Tiny houses with mood lighting, flower boxes and throw pillows are popping up in backyards as overbooked women create spaces of their own.

White House, Republicans Try to Contain Travel-Ban Fallout

State Department Dissent, Believed Largest Ever, Formally Lodged

Former U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Drops Out of South Korean Presidential Race

Measures of Inflation Tick Up Around the Globe

Toshiba to Exit Nuclear Construction Business

Trump’s Criticism of Imports Adds to Drugmakers’ Headaches

Blackstone Group’s Invitation Homes Prices IPO at $20 a Share

Investors Pulled $4.4 Billion From Brevan Howard
$2 billion
The approximate value of U.S. assets Exxon Mobil said Tuesday it wrote down, departing from decadeslong practice amid an investigation by securities regulators, as the world’s largest publicly traded oil company posted its lowest yearly earnings in 20 years.
She left everybody high and dry. Just closed the doors…There were people in their 60s. Where are they going to get a new job?
Eric Dopart, president of Unite Here local union, on Duro Textiles in Fall River, Mass., which was managed by Lynn Tilton’s Patriarch Partners investment firm before being shut down last year. Shuttered companies and unpaid bills are testing Ms. Tilton’s empire.
Returning to our story above, what are your thoughts on Mr. Trump nominating Judge Gorsuch to the Supreme Court? 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 Facebook’s efforts to re-enter China, David Fleenor of North Carolina said: “This is the picture, the ugly face and reality of our trade deficit with China. If Facebook, with its vast resources and cash can’t crack the radically protectionist Chinese market, then who can? Mr. Trump and his trade negotiators have a huge challenge facing up to the most protectionist regime in modern history.” Slade Howell of North Carolina wrote: “Mr. Zuckerberg, in his quest to re-enter China, seems to fail to realize that it is a communist country. Speech is not ‘free’ as experienced in the U.S. and the preservation of their system depends on maintaining the dominance of government over the collective will of the people. If communism has run its course in China then it is the duty of the people to replace it, not Mr. Zuckerberg, who is driven to gain more Facebook users, which translates to making more money.” Edward B. Crowell of Georgia shared: “It may be that Facebook’s desire to enter China will be so great that in the end the Beijing government will extract both full cooperation with internal censorship and full access to external data mining from Mr. Zuckerberg’s firm. Facebook may get in, but the price will be turning what has been touted a great democratizing technology into an instrument of state control and espionage.”

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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