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In Today's Paper - October 30, 2017

Today's Paper US

Page One

GOP Plan for a Speedy Tax Overhaul Faces Uncertain Road A1

House Republicans are set to toss a giant tax bill into the capital’s autumnal winds Wednesday. That could turn into a rousing victory for Republicans, a scaled-back compromise or a collapse.


Businesses Push Workers to Mobilize Before Tax Revamp A2

As proposals for a federal tax overhaul take shape this week, companies are preparing for a crucial lobbying effort. To do so, they are mobilizing a potent tool: their employees.


Iraqi Kurdish President Steps Down After Independence Push Backfires A6

Masoud Barzani is stepping down as president of Iraq’s semiautonomous Kurdish region, just a month after an independence referendum reversed years of political and military gains made by the Kurds and dashed their dreams of statehood.


Greater New York

At West Point, All Cadets Must Learn to Take a Punch A10A

Following a suggestion by President Theodore Roosevelt, boxing has been taught at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point for more than a century. Last year, boxing classes became mandatory for cadets of both sexes.

Life & Arts

Cheap Suits Get a High-Fashion Upgrade A11

Cheap suits get a high-fashion upgrade as luxury menswear retailers target younger customers with lower prices and better quality.


Trump’s States Need Nafta A15

‘Coastal elites’ won’t be hardest hit if the President nixes the trade agreement.

Business & Finance

States Push Equifax to Explain Why It Took 6 Weeks to Disclose Hack B1

Attorneys general in at least five states are pushing Equifax to explain why it took six weeks from when it first detected suspicious network activity to when it publicly announced the breach that potentially compromised the personal information of 145.5 million Americans.

Journal Report

Why Companies Should Hire Teams, Not Individuals R1

Existing groups work well together, they contribute more quickly, and they are more likely to shake things up (in a good way).




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