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Senators Seek Changes to Tax Bill as Busy Week Kicks Off A1

U.S. Senators on Monday began a frenzied week of meetings, negotiations and amendments as Republicans try to find 50 votes for their tax bill, the GOP’s biggest domestic-policy priority.

U.S.

Fed Chairman Nominee Powell Likely Faces Smooth Path to Confirmation A2

Federal Reserve governor Jerome Powell heads to Capitol Hill on Tuesday for what could be one of the least contentious confirmation hearings for a Fed chair nominee since the financial crisis.

World

Pakistani Government’s Deal With Islamist Protesters Signals Weakening Stance A6

Pakistan’s decision to accept the demands of protesters who had blocked a main road into Islamabad, leading to a deadly showdown, is the latest example of the nation’s struggle to restrain the rise of religious hard-liners.

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NYC Graffiti Case Could Leave Its Mark on Legal Arena A8A

The outcome of a federal civil lawsuit in Brooklyn concerning the destruction of former graffiti-art mecca 5Pointz could be a watershed moment in the interpretation of the Visual Artists Rights Act, legal observers say.

Life & Arts

Is That a Soufflé in the Office Microwave? A9

Foodie workers are concocting gourmet lunches at the office: Would you like some creamy cilantro aioli with your summer rolls?

Opinion

Mick Mulvaney Is the True Pope A13

Once again, naked progressive overreach sets Donald Trump up for a win.

Business & Finance

Retailers’ Emails Are Misfires for Many Holiday Shoppers B1

Many retailers that were once data pioneers, with mailing lists and catalogs, now have fallen behind in the race to personalize digital messaging to consumers using purchase and browsing history.

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