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The 10-Point: My Guide to the Day's Top News

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No Urge for This Merger
The Justice Department on Monday sued to block AT&T from taking over Time Warner, an $85 billion deal it says would give one company too much control in a rapidly evolving media landscape. AT&T is seeking to transform itself by combining its far-reaching internet and video distribution network with content such as Time Warner’s sought-after HBO and cable channels like CNN and TNT. The lawsuit—the first major antitrust action under the Trump administration—argues the deal would hurt consumers and competition because AT&T could charge cable-TV rivals higher prices for the content and squeeze out new streaming services. AT&T Chief Executive Randall Stephenson said the suit “defies logic” and that the company will fight it, and we report that AT&T and Time Warner, in the view of some antitrust legal experts, may have a decent shot at prevailing.

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Upping the Ante
A week after his trip across Asia, President Trump said the U.S. would reinstate its designation of North Korea as a state sponsor of terrorism, lifted by the Bush administration in 2008. Mr. Trump said the designation supports U.S. efforts to pressure the North Korean regime and would lead to further U.S. measures, some to be announced Tuesday. He cited North Korea’s alleged support of assassinations on foreign soil and said he was thinking of Otto Warmbier, the American college student who died in June, shortly after being returned to the U.S. from North Korean custody. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the designation could close some sanctions loopholes but would be mainly symbolic, as the U.S. and other U.N. powers have already ratcheted up pressure.
Deal With It
Investment bankers have grown used to having worried retail-industry CEOs seek takeover pitches aimed at fending off Amazon. Now the fear has spread to media, health care and many other sectors, where CEOs dread the competitive advances made not just by Amazon but by Facebook, Google and Netflix. The result is an explosion of mergers and acquisitions. About $200 billion in U.S. deals have been announced in November, on pace for the second-highest total since at least 1995. We look at how three recent deals, either under discussion or awaiting approval, dramatically show the impact of Amazon and other technology giants.
What’s Your Type?
Why do we fall in love with one person and not another? A decade ago, biological anthropologist Helen Fisher, known for her research scanning the brains of people in various stages of love, went looking for neurological clues. She found them and in the process developed a broad personality test that, unlike many others, is based on brain science rather than psychology. Our Bonds columnist Elizabeth Bernstein explains how some companies now use a version of the Fisher Temperament Inventory to help understand and motivate employees. When you know the personality type of loved ones or co-workers—dominant in dopamine or serotonin, testosterone or estrogen—you will understand how they prefer to communicate.
TODAY'S VIDEO
Jet-Pack Update
That Was Painless
Joanna Stern ‘bumps’ into General Motors CEO Mary Barra in the WSJ elevator and asks about self-driving cars, Nafta and how GM is diversifying its workforce. See who else Joanna ran into here.
TOP STORIES
U.S.

The Varied—and Global—Threats Confronting Democracy

Harvard Faces DOJ Probe Over Affirmative-Action Policies
WORLD

Germany’s Political Impasse Will Stymie Further European Change

Zimbabwe President’s Party Plans Impeachment Proceedings
BUSINESS

Retailers Try New Pricing Tricks to Battle Amazon on Black Friday

India’s Mahindra to Build Off-Road Vehicles in Michigan
MARKETS

Forget The Fed: The Long Bond Is Deciding the Dollar’s Future

Growing Gas Glut Threatens West Texas Oil Boom
NUMBER OF THE DAY
24,000
The number of self-driving taxis Volvo said it has agreed to supply Uber beginning in 2019—one of the first and biggest commercial orders for such vehicles.
QUOTE OF THE DAY
I deeply apologize for my inappropriate behavior. I am greatly embarrassed.
Longtime television journalist Charlie Rose’s Twitter response to allegations that he sexually harassed several women. Mr. Rose has been suspended by CBS, and his trademark interview show has been pulled from PBS and Bloomberg.
TODAY'S QUESTION
Going back to our story above, what are your thoughts on the Justice Department suing to block AT&T from taking over Time Warner? Send your comments, which we may edit before publication, to 10point@wsj.com. Please include your name and location.
—Compiled by Margaret Rawson
READER RESPONSE
Responding to yesterday’s question on the breakdown of government negotiations in Germany, Robert Zipplies of Germany wrote: “The Free Democratic Party made the right choice to pull out of the negotiations. The Green Party proved to be highly ideological, and Chancellor Merkel doesn’t provide ideas which reasonably justify the extension of her political shelf life.” Dennis A. Paine of Virginia said: “The caretaker government, and Ms. Merkel’s loss of control and impending resignation, are the inevitable result of her misguided, liberal immigration policy.” And David May of Texas commented: “And we think a two-party system is hard to govern?”

This daily briefing is named “The 10-Point” after the nickname conferred by the editors of The Wall Street Journal on the lead column of the legendary “What's News” digest of top stories. Technically, “10-point” referred to the size of the typeface. The type is smaller now but the name lives on.

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