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U.S. Seeks to Bolster Saudi Arabia in Face of Expanding Iranian Threat A1

The Trump administration is looking at ways to quickly strengthen Saudi Arabia’s missile defenses and disrupt the flow of advanced Iranian-made weapons across the Middle East as concerns grow over a destabilizing new crisis in the region.

U.S.

Cigarette Makers Must Advertise Their Dangers, But Will Millennials Get the Message? A2

Millennials and teenagers in the U.S. may not see much of a new antismoking initiative because the ads will run primarily on network television and in newspapers.

World

German Coalition Talks Fail to Bridge Gaps as Deadline Passes A5

Angela Merkel’s path to a fourth term as German chancellor hit a hurdle when negotiations to form the country’s first three-party coalition reached a self-imposed deadline without an agreement on key policy areas.

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Opinion

Trump vs. the Deep Regulatory State A11

The tempestuous president is overseeing a principled, far-reaching reform of agencies that had exceeded their constitutional writ.

Business & Finance

When a 10% Gain Makes You Feel Like a Loser B1

Beware of "contrast effects" in a roaring market. They can make even desirable returns seem paltry, and that's dangerous.

Off Duty

Fire Up the Flavor: Old-School Techniques for a Tastier Turkey D1

This Thanksgiving, skip the high-tech gimmicks in favor of recipes so old-school they predate the invention of the oven. Here’s how to harness the power of smoke, citrus and other venerable flavor boosters for a bolder bird.

Review

Iraq’s Surprise: The Persistence of Democracy C1

The country’s political experiment has nearly come apart on many occasions since the U.S. invasion of 2003, but Iraq still has free elections and a robust press, which makes it an exception in the Middle East

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