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Amazon Says 238 Places Want to Host Its New Headquarters A1

Amazon said it received 238 proposals from cities and regions across North America to host its second headquarters.

U.S.

In Harvey’s Wake, a Rush to the Courthouse A2

The plaintiffs’ lawyers lined up shoulder to shoulder recently in a Houston courtroom. All had come to hear how they could get a piece of sprawling litigation emerging from the devastation wrought by Hurricane Harvey.

World

The Stakes—and Stocks—Rise for Japan’s Abenomics A6

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said he would tackle some of the Japanese economy’s deeper structural problems after his coalition scored a convincing victory in parliamentary elections and markets responded with a record 15th straight day of gains.

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Greater New York

High-Tax States Balk at Republican Deduction Proposal A10A

Lawmakers from New York and other high-tax states are resisting efforts to roll back a policy that helps residents save on their federal taxes.

Life & Arts

That’s No Christmas Tree–It’s a Halloween Tree A11

Retailers hope we’ll buy Christmas trees for Halloween bedecked with candy-corn lights, skull chocolates and giant spiders

Opinion

Et Tu, Steve Bannon? A15

Taking out McConnell will not give Trump what he needs: more Republican senators.

Business & Finance

Dividend Fears Take Toll on GE Shares B1

Shares of General Electric took another pounding, reflecting investor fears that a conglomerate that was once the bluest of blue chips faces challenges daunting enough to force a dividend cut.

Journal Report

Katzenberg on Weinstein—and What Needs to Happen Now R1

Hollywood icon Jeffrey Katzenberg talks about what needs to be done in the wake of the sexual-abuse scandal, and his plan to revolutionize TV with WndrCo.

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