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

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You’re Fired
The White House on Monday fired acting Attorney General Sally Yates for telling government lawyers not to defend an executive order signed by President Donald Trump suspending immigration from seven countries out of concerns that terrorists from those countries might enter the U.S. Dana Boente, the U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia, will be acting attorney general until Mr. Trump’s nominee, Jeff Sessions, is confirmed by the U.S. Senate, which could happen next week. The Justice Department standoff was the latest in a series of extraordinary events since Mr. Trump signed his order on Friday night, sparking confusion and protests at airports around the U.S., as well as condemnation from executives at blue-chip companies such as Goldman Sachs, Coca-Cola, Amazon and Ford. Meanwhile, Mr. Trump will amend a recent executive action so he can add CIA director Mike Pompeo into a role on the National Security Council. Mr. Trump is also scheduled to name his Supreme Court nominee today in a prime-time address.

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Facebook is trying everything to re-enter China—and it’s not working. Blocked on China’s internet since 2009, the social-media giant has courted Chinese officials, made Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg more visible in China, hired a well-connected China-policy chief and begun developing technology that could cull content the Communist Party deems unacceptable. It has made no visible headway. And as time passes, Facebook is watching from the outside as Chinese companies mop up the market that might have been its own. Facebook faces a wary central government, which blamed social media for stirring ethnic unrest in 2009 and remains uneasy with the company’s ability to be a dissidents’ megaphone. Meanwhile, Facebook is aiming to be more essential to its 1.79 billion existing users, unveiling new technology to let them reset passwords for other websites using its platform.
Bitter Pill
Walgreens Boots Alliance and Rite Aid have agreed to reduce the amount Walgreens would pay for its rival by at least $2 billion, after the two companies struggled to get antitrust enforcers to bless the big drugstore deal. The companies said Monday they would look to sell more stores as they seek to satisfy regulators at the Federal Trade Commission, which has been reviewing the combination. The process may take up to six months, they said. Walgreens in October 2015 agreed to buy Rite Aid for $9 a share, or about $9.4 billion, to form a drugstore chain with more than 10,000 U.S. stores. FTC officials had raised concern that such a big company could hold too much sway in negotiations with pharmacy-benefits managers such as CVS Health’s Caremark or Express Scripts Holding, which handle corporate and government drug plans.
Face the Facts
How can we cut through our resistance to unwanted information? We avoid looking at our bank accounts after paying the bills, resist stepping on a scale after the holidays, refuse to schedule preventive health tests. Researchers call this behavior information avoidance or strategic ignorance. We do it to avoid facts that make us feel bad, obligate us to do something we don’t want to do, or challenge how we see ourselves, others or the world. Some avoid unwanted information because they might not have the financial or psychological resources to deal with that information. But we report that research shows that when people feel they have some control over the outcome of information, they’re more likely to agree to hear it. We also offer strategies for facing the truth.
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That Was Painless
Automation is eliminating jobs of factory workers and Uber drivers—will your morning fix soon come from a precision caffeine machine? Our Personal Technology columnist Geoffrey A. Fowler tastes the new robot lattes at San Francisco’s Cafe X.
TOP STORIES
U.S.

McCain, Again the Maverick, Challenges President Trump

Homeland Security Chief and White House Clash
WORLD

Police Charge Suspect for Murder in Quebec Mosque Attack

Head of Group Linked to 2008 Mumbai Attack Arrested in Pakistan
BUSINESS

Investors Press Arconic to Oust CEO Klaus Kleinfeld, Months After Alcoa Separation

Hearst Magazines’ Content Chief Joanna Coles Pushes Snapchat and TV
MARKETS

The Markets Don’t Believe in Trump for the Long Term

Deutsche Bank to Pay Nearly $630 Million to Settle Probes Into Russian Trades
NUMBER OF THE DAY
$1 billion
The approximate amount Sony said it would write down on its film and TV studio after a dismal year at the box office that included such disappointments as the reboot of “Ghostbusters,” the Ang Lee drama “Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk” and the “Da Vinci Code” sequel “Inferno.”
QUOTE OF THE DAY
Starting today, we will accept and register youth in the Cub and Boy Scout programs based on the gender identity indicated on the application.
Effie Delimarkos, director of communications for the Boy Scouts of America, in a written statement on how changing state laws about how gender is defined prompted the group to start admitting transgender children who identify as boys.
TODAY'S QUESTION
Going back to our story above, what do you think of Facebook’s efforts to re-enter China? 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 Mr. Trump’s executive order restricting immigration, Kristy Olshan of Pennsylvania wrote: “I’m encouraged by Mr. Trump’s executive order restricting immigration from seven Muslim nations and candidly actions like this should have been taken much sooner to protect the American people.” Bob Harris of New Jersey said: “This is exactly what he promised to do in the campaign. If anyone says he has no support for this action from the public, who do the naysayers think voted for him?” Joe Williams of Kansas shared: “Our ban is now their rallying cry. It will be used as conclusive evidence by ISIS that they were right when they proclaimed us the enemy of all Islam. We were great before Mr. Trump and Steve Bannon came to power. Will we be great when they’re finished?” Barbara Courtney of Washington weighed in: “Mr. Trump’s immigration ban was crafted and announced with no regard for the families it has already affected, for the people who are on the front line of enforcing it, for its legality, and for the message it sends to allies and foes around the world. It is amateur and shameful.” And Barbara Arena of Florida commented: “If the Statue of Liberty could cry, tears would be streaming down her face.”

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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