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Trump Vows to End Iran Deal Himself if Congress Won’t Act A1

President Donald Trump said he wouldn’t certify that Iran is complying with the 2015 nuclear agreement and threatened to end the deal himself if Congress doesn’t take action.

U.S.

Leave It to the Heat to Dull Autumn’s Glory A2

Woe unto the leaf-peepers! Unseasonably warm weather across most of the U.S. has tricked trees into delaying the debut of fall’s color show.

World

Iran Condemns U.S. Shift on Nuclear Deal A6

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani condemned U.S. President Donald Trump’s aggressive new policy toward his country, calling it nothing more than a torrent of abuse that wouldn’t force Iran to alter its landmark nuclear deal.

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Opinion

Is ‘Classical Liberalism’ Conservative? A11

Trump didn’t divide the right. Centuries-old philosophical divisions have re-emerged.

Business & Finance

Samsung’s Leadership Crisis Deepens as CEO Plans Exit B1

The head of Samsung’s components business, in a surprise move, announced plans to resign, acknowledging that the firm faces an “unprecedented crisis” and is struggling to find new growth prospects.

Off Duty

The Backpacks Are Coming: Why Execs Are Ditching Their Briefcases D1

Backpacks are storming corporate America, with luxurious business-like versions elbowing out briefcases and messenger bags. Plus: One adamant backpack-hater on why he’ll never convert

Review

China Takes On Its New Tycoons C1

Fearing the rise of Russia-style oligarchs, Xi Jinping looks to remind China’s wealthy class of entrepreneurs who is really in charge.

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