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

The Wall Street Journal
Good morning,
The Siege
President Trump, beset by an early legislative failure and continuing investigations into his presidential campaign, tried to get back on offense Thursday, threatening to campaign against members of the House Freedom Caucus, a group of conservative Republicans he blames for killing his effort to overturn the Affordable Care Act. Meanwhile, we report that Mike Flynn, Mr. Trump’s former national-security adviser, has told the FBI and congressional officials investigating the Trump campaign’s potential ties to Russia that he is willing to be interviewed in exchange for immunity from prosecution. He has had no takers. It wasn’t clear whether Mr. Flynn offered to talk about specific aspects of his time working for Mr. Trump, but his request for immunity suggests he feels he may be in legal jeopardy, one official said.


Stock Loss
Stocks have set record highs over the past year, but the business of trading stocks is in a slump. U.S. banks’ equity-trading revenue in 2016 was down 13% from the previous year, despite higher volumes and big index-price swings in the wake of the U.K.’s Brexit vote in June and November’s U.S. presidential election. The slide contrasts with a 9% rise in overall trading, driven by interest-rate and currency products. Morgan Stanley and Oliver Wyman estimated in a recent report that some $15 billion in expected equity revenue has vanished. As the first quarter wraps up, bankers say the weakness experienced last year is continuing—prompting questions about whether banks should prepare for a longer-lasting decline rather than a cyclical dip.
Lovin’ It Fresh
McDonald’s is switching to fresh beef after more than four decades of frozen. The change, for now just in Quarter Pounders, marks one of the company’s biggest shifts as it tries to turn around its U.S. business in the face of stiffer competition from both upstarts and traditional rivals—such as Wendy’s, which has been touting its use of fresh beef patties in ads for many months. McDonald’s earlier this month said it wants to return to its burger roots following several failed attempts to broaden its customer base with offerings like salads and sandwich wraps. But experts say fresh-beef Quarter Pounders alone aren’t likely to move the needle, and may increase complexity for a chain that has been trying to simplify its menu and operations.
Trophy Hunting
Homeowners are going to great lengths to display reminders of their hobbies and accomplishments. One lifelong hunting enthusiast we profile has a trophy room with over 100 recessed lights, highlighting the head of an African elephant mounted above the bar and two taxidermied lions by the sofa. Other animal-trophy rooms go further, with museum-esque displays whose faux grass, trees and rocks—and even night-sky ceilings—are meant to replicate natural habitats. And it isn’t just hunters. Athletes, entertainers and passionate hobbyists are creating dedicated spaces for the fruits of their labor. As technology has improved and the definition of “trophy” has broadened, architects and interior designers say trophy rooms of all kinds are becoming more elaborate.
South Korea’s Political Crisis
That Was Painless
A South Korean court on Friday granted an arrest warrant against impeached former President Park Geun-hye, ordering her to jail while prosecutors seek an indictment.

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$6.5 billion
The sum the U.S. government awarded AT&T, along with valuable airwaves, to start building a nationwide broadband network for first responders.
This ruling marks the point of no return for the dictatorship.
Venezuelan National Assembly Vice President Freddy Guevara on the assumption by the country’s Supreme Court of all powers of the opposition-controlled congress, which lawyers and rights activists said amounted to the effective dissolution of the legislature.
Going back to our story above, what are your thoughts on Mr. Flynn’s offer to testify in exchange for immunity? 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 advice to students applying to college, as well as to their parents, Robert M. Reynolds of Arkansas said: “To both: It does not matter where one goes to college. What counts is what one does in college.” Keim of Idaho commented: “Do yourself a big favor and take a year or two off and do some great service project, away from your parents and family, for either your community, your country or a foreign country. Make it one where you have to report to someone in authority and be a little humble. The experience will force you to mature and make better decisions about your future, and you will get a lot more out of college when you finally enroll.” M.K. Davis of Virginia said: “As the mother of four all born in less than six years, my children heard me say on more than one occasion, ‘The world does not revolve around you.’ If parents haven’t conveyed a variation of that theme by the time their child graduates from high school, then society will, either through the college-application process or through the labor market. The corollary to the first saying is ‘life is hard.’” And Leigh Ann Gallion of Maryland shared: “Consider all options! College is not the only option and parents and students should strongly consider other alternatives such as trade schools, community colleges, apprenticeships, etc. We have way too many students going to college for the experience rather than for learning, and in the process racking up thousands of dollars in college debt that will haunt them (or their parents) for years to come.”

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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