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In Today's Paper - December 15, 2017

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FCC Votes to Dismantle Net-Neutrality Rules A1

The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday rolled back far-reaching rules governing how internet-service providers treat traffic on their networks, a move that is likely to empower cable and wireless providers and transform consumers’ online experience.

U.S.

Americans Spend More Than Expected as Holiday Season Heats Up A2

Americans are spending more this holiday season than analysts expected, fueled by income gains, confidence in the economic outlook, buoyant financial markets and modest inflation.

World

U.S. Displays Weaponry It Says Proves Iran’s Influence A8

The U.S. for the first time publicly displayed what officials said were Iranian-made missiles, drones and other weaponry as proof of Tehran’s growing military influence in the Middle East.

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New York City Council Grills MTA Over Looming Closure of L Subway Line A11A

New York city council members peppered the head of the MTA and the city’s transportation commissioner with dozens of questions about the looming 15-month shutdown of a section of the L subway line.

Life & Arts

‘In the Beginning: Minor White’s Oregon Photographs’ Review: Committing Himself to Portland A12

A turning point in the artist’s career, as he synthesized his admiration for a few early modernist masters into a style of his own.

Opinion

Secrets the FBI Shouldn’t Keep A15

Sen. Ron Johnson demands answers about the bureau’s political biases.

Business & Finance

Rupert Murdoch Says Disney Deal Is a Pivot, Not a Retreat A11

By selling the bulk of his entertainment assets to Walt Disney Co., media titan Rupert Murdoch is making a calculation about changing winds in the media industry, while doubling down on news and sports.

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Wrigley’s Mansions Across America M1

The chewing-gum tycoon’s portfolio included grand estates, ranches and a string of summer cottages—properties that today would be worth tens of millions of dollars.

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