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

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The Kurdish Triangle
The U.S. has so far sought to stay on the sidelines as an all-out battle has broken out between two of its closest ground partners in the campaign against Islamic State, raising concerns about a broader civil conflict erupting in Iraq. Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi ordered federal troops to push into Kirkuk province early Monday and occupy strategic locations that Kurdish Peshmerga forces had taken in a disputed area during the three-year battle against the Sunni militant group. The Kurdish forces yielded the heart of Kirkuk faster than many military experts expected. The situation laid bare the risks of Washington’s decision to defeat Islamic State by backing a pair of local forces without addressing their long-simmering resentments against one another. President Trump said U.S. forces wouldn’t take decisive action to support the Baghdad government or the Iraqi Kurds.

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Bedfellows
President Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, whose relationship has been tense for months, offered a united front Monday to promote their plans to rewrite the tax code as the Senate nears a critical vote. The White House had asked for the meeting over a week ago and orchestrated a joint news conference that followed in the Rose Garden where the two men took turns praising each other. With Republicans anxious to notch a legislative win before 2018 and the midterm election cycle, Messrs. McConnell and Trump’s display of comity could mark a turn toward pragmatic collaboration. The joint appearance came at the start of a week that will see the Senate vote on a budget resolution, which must pass to pave the way for Republicans to take up tax legislation.
Home for the Holidays
The Nordstrom family has suspended efforts to take Nordstrom private after struggling to raise enough financing for the leveraged buyout, in the latest sign of how much investors have soured on the retail industry. The founding family had teamed up with private-equity firm Leonard Green & Partners in what could have been a $10 billion deal, but said it would resume its efforts to explore a go-private deal after the holiday shopping season. The transaction faltered in recent weeks as the partners had trouble raising enough debt at reasonable rates. The deal’s unraveling shows that even a chain like Nordstrom—which gets more than a quarter of its sales online and has a growing off-price Nordstrom Rack business—is struggling to attract investors, while lending to highly indebted companies outside the retail sector remains robust.
What Are the Chances?
Chances are you’ve had a coincidence in your life, maybe a particularly memorable one that makes you wonder why. A coincidence can be remarkable but relatively insignificant, like running into a colleague and his family at a little vegetarian restaurant in Hawaii. It can also be strangely providential, like missing a plane that later crashed. People inject meaning into coincidences because we seek patterns and order, says David Hand, a British statistician and author of “The Improbability Principle: Why Coincidences, Miracles and Rare Events Happen Every Day.” Our Turning Points columnist Clare Ansberry looks at research on the top types of coincidences, as well as why coincidences aren’t only more common than we might think but are becoming even more so with social media.
TODAY'S VIDEO
A Systemic Problem
That Was Painless
Former DreamWorks chief Jeffrey Katzenberg said Harvey Weinstein is one among a ‘pack of wolves’ in Hollywood, and denounced the complicity and silence around the casting couch. Mr. Katzenberg spoke with me at the WSJ D.Live conference in Laguna Beach, Calif.
TOP STORIES
U.S.

Supreme Court to Consider Search Warrant Power in Microsoft Email Case

In Maine, Medicaid Expansion Goes Before the Voters
WORLD

China’s Xi Approaches a New Term With a Souring Taste for Markets

Spain Gives Catalan Leader Until Thursday to Withdraw Secessionist Bid
BUSINESS

Apple iPhone X in Face-Off as Huawei’s Mate 10 Launches

Weinstein Co. Negotiating Possible Sale
MARKETS

Silicon Valley vs. Wall Street: Can the New Long-Term Stock Exchange Disrupt Capitalism?

Why, Oh Why, Can’t We Have a Decent Stock Bubble?
NUMBER OF THE DAY
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The margin by which activist investor Nelson Peltz lost his bid for a Procter & Gamble board seat, the company said, though a weekslong recount of shareholder votes lies ahead as the costliest proxy fight in history continues.
QUOTE OF THE DAY
Let any state go and try to beat that package along with what we have offered here in Newark.
Republican Gov. Chris Christie on New Jersey’s high-dollar pitch for Newark as Amazon’s second headquarters: up to $7 billion in state and city tax incentives.
TODAY'S QUESTION
Going back to our video above, what are your thoughts on executives’ comments on Harvey Weinstein? 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 Blackstone’s new strategy, Todd Morrill of New York wrote: “Your point about management fees being more dependable than market returns made me chuckle—it’s 1000% correct. If a passive strategy outperforms active management, then the lowest cost provider is the only thing that makes sense. I hope Blackstone has this in mind.” Tom Lindholtz of California shared: “I’m currently paying about 4-5 basis points and getting guaranteed market returns in index funds. Make me an offer I can’t refuse.” And Tim Pasquarelli of Arizona asked: “As Blackstone gets larger with more people invested, and when the market drops precipitously, as history shows is inevitable, will Blackstone be allowed to fail, or will taxpayers do another bailout?”

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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