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In Start to Unwinding the Health Law, Trump to Ease Insurance Rules A1

President Donald Trump is planning to sign an executive order Thursday to initiate the unwinding of the Affordable Care Act, paving the way for sweeping changes to health-insurance regulations by instructing agencies to allow the sale of less-comprehensive health plans to expand.

U.S.

Lost in the Tax Debate: Would Growth Benefit? A2

Republicans are wrong that their tax plan wouldn’t deliver huge benefits to the wealthy, but if the plan expands the economy the way they say it would, that shouldn’t matter, Greg Ip writes.

World

Spanish Leader Opens Door to Suspending Some of Catalonia’s Powers A10

Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy demanded that Catalonia’s leader clarify whether he declared independence, taking the first step toward potentially stripping the restive region of some of its powers and escalating his confrontation with the separatists.

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New York City Jails Often Manage ‘Troublesome’ Inmates With Force, Federal Monitoring Team Finds A12A

New York City jails are failing to protect inmates from sexual abuse and correction officers often manage resistant prisoners “with an iron fist,” according to two official documents released this week.

Life & Arts

A Secret to Picking an On-Time Flight A13

Even within a given airline, certain types of planes end up at their destinations more reliably than others.

Opinion

The Free-Speech Wars A17

No one would mistake Donald Trump for James Madison, but stay tuned.

Business & Finance

Aluminum Supplier Scandal Forces Toyota, Nissan to Check Car Safety B1

A scandal at one of Japan’s biggest aluminum manufacturers is forcing customers including auto makers to check the safety of their products while heaping further scrutiny on corporate governance in the country.

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