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Health Care Back on Congress’s Front Burner A1

The Senate this week will grapple with President Trump’s decision to stop making subsidy payments to health insurers, with lawmakers seeking a deal that would keep the money flowing while Republicans try to fold in conservative-oriented priorities.

U.S.

Nafta Demise Emerges as a New Risk for Investors A2

Donald Trump’s presidency has so far been largely good for big business and investors, but the risk of a serious jolt now looms: the potential end of the North American Free Trade Agreement, which has governed continental commerce for a quarter-century.

World

U.S. Officials Back Trump’s Stance on Iran Nuclear Accord A8

U.S. officials defended President Donald Trump’s refusal to certify the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement, saying the country threatens global stability even while technically complying with the accord itself.

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Greater New York

New York HIV Nonprofits Expand Services to Other Health Issues A12C

Organizations working with AIDS and HIV patients are a well-established presence in New York City. But as infection rates have dropped, some groups are adapting their service models and expanding their reach.

Life & Arts

The Sleeper Hit Behind TV’s New Direction A13

“The Middle” is a model as networks add more working-class characters. TV’s push for economic diversity.

Opinion

Venezuela’s Latest Election Fraud A17

Maduro allowed the phony balloting only to preserve the illusion of democracy.

Business & Finance

Pentagon Turns to High-Speed Traders to Fortify Markets Against Cyberattack B1

Pentagon officials have been meeting with dozens of high-speed traders and others from Wall Street to study how hackers could unleash chaos in the U.S. financial system.

Journal Report

The Search for Sugar Substitutes R1

As traditional sweeteners come under attack, food companies are in hot pursuit of alternatives.

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