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U.S. Seeks to Stay Neutral in Iraq Conflict A1

The U.S. sought to stay on the sidelines as an all-out battle broke out between two of its closest ground partners in the campaign against Islamic State and raised concerns about a broader civil conflict erupting in Iraq.

U.S.

Supreme Court to Consider Search Warrant Power in Microsoft Email Case A2

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to decide whether email providers have to comply with search warrants seeking customer messages if the data is stored outside the U.S.

World

Spain Gives Catalan Leader Until Thursday to Withdraw Secessionist Bid A7

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy gave the leader of Catalonia until Thursday to cease his bid for independence or face the loss of some powers at the hands of the central government.

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New Jersey Offers $7 Billion in Incentives to Lure Amazon to Newark A10A

New Jersey is making a high-dollar pitch for Newark to become Amazon.com Inc.’s second headquarters, offering up to $7 billion in state and city tax incentives.

Life & Arts

The Science Behind Coincidence A11

The unexpected concurrence of events can be strangely providential; scholars don’t agree on the cause, writes Clare Ansberry in ‘Turning Points.’

Opinion

The New York Times’s Double Standard on the NFL A15

The paper says pro football players have speech rights it denies to its own reporters.

Business & Finance

P&G Says Nelson Peltz Lost Bid for Board Seat by About 0.2% of Share Count B1

Procter & Gamble said it beat Nelson Peltz by 6.15 million votes, only about 0.2% of its shares outstanding, a slim difference that is now headed to a weekslong recount to determine the final outcome of the most-expensive proxy fight in history.

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