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Mystery Deepens on Las Vegas Shooter’s Motive A1

The girlfriend of the Las Vegas shooter said she never witnessed anything that led her to believe that Stephen Paddock was preparing for an attack. Investigators see her as the key to understanding the motives behind one of the deadliest mass shootings in U.S. history.

U.S.

Donald Trump’s Fed Choice: Continuity or Disruption A2

President Trump’s candidates for Fed chair offer either continuity or disruption, or a big mystery, and the choice comes down to whether he’s happy with the central bank’s policy path, Greg Ip writes.

World

Spain Tense as Catalonia Moves Toward Secession A7

Catalonia set a course toward declaring its secession from Spain as soon as Monday after separatist parties requested the regional parliament convene that day to review the results of this week’s independence vote.

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N.Y. Cashless Tolls May Have Crimped Revenue and Traffic Volume A10A

The quick rollout of cashless tolling across many of New York’s major bridges and tunnels may have helped to depress traffic volume and toll revenue this year, a consultant to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has found.

Life & Arts

‘Blade Runner 2049’ Review: A Classic Renewed With Soulful Beauty A11

The gift of life is explored in this sequel starring Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford.

Opinion

Gun Control After Las Vegas A15

Anyone who disagrees with the liberals’ default position on guns is deplorable.

Business & Finance

Puerto Rico Bonds Slide as Trump Says ‘Goodbye’ to Territory’s Debt B1

Puerto Rico bond prices fell after President Trump said the U.S. territory’s $73 billion debt load may get wiped out to help the island recover from Hurricane Maria.

  • This Billionaire Had an Oscar Dream, but His Hollywood Ending Was Spoiled by China B1
  • Amazon Must Pay $300 Million in Back Taxes, EU Says B1
  • Track Your Fitness With One Finger B1
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