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CVS Makes Blockbuster Aetna Bid A1

CVS Health is in talks to buy Aetna for more than $66 billion as the drugstore giant scrambles to fortify itself against looming competition from Amazon amid a continuing reordering of the health-care industry.

U.S.

Facebook Steps Up Efforts to Sway Lawmakers A2

As the probes of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election turn to the role of social-media giants, Facebook is looking to boost its influence in Washington amid talk of potential federal regulation.

World

ECB to Scale Down but Extend Bond-Buying Program A6

European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said the bank’s giant bond-buying program could be extended beyond September 2018, having earlier added another nine months to its life-span.

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Greater New York

Suffolk County DA Thomas Spota to Resign After Federal Indictment A9A

Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota says he will be leaving his job one day after he was indicted on federal obstruction of justice charges in New York.

Life & Arts

‘Stranger Things 2’ Review: Return to the Upside-Down A10

Netflix’s hit nostalgia trip is back, driven just as much by its characters as its creepiness.

Opinion

The Coming Russia Bombshells A13

A judge may order Fusion GPS to give House investigators its bank records.

Business & Finance

The Real Reason CVS Wants to Buy Aetna? Amazon A5

Amazon’s potential entry into the pharmacy-services industry helped spur CVS Health’s $66 billion bid for insurance giant Aetna, according to a person familiar with the matter.

Mansion

Home Sellers Use Bonus Items to Sweeten the Deal M1

In luxury real estate, deals can hinge on throw-ins—items like furniture, art or sports cars that prospective buyers want included in the sale. Throw-ins can help lubricate a deal, or worse, provoke an acrimonious tug of war.

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