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Supreme Court Upholds Trump Travel Ban A1

The Supreme Court affirmed President Trump’s power to block citizens of several Muslim-majority nations from entering the U.S., a 5-4 decision that lifted legal hurdles on a central initiative of the Trump presidency but is unlikely to end the bitter politics that surround it.

U.S.

Companies Hope to Beat a New Tax Called the BEAT A2

Multinational corporations are trying to avoid a new U.S. tax called the BEAT, a complex levy meant to prevent the world’s biggest businesses from shifting profits from America to other countries.

World

King Dollar Tightens Noose on Iranian Economy A7

Foreign banks that kept Iran trading oil through previous sanctions are pulling out under pressure from the latest round of U.S. restrictions, hitting a lifeline for the Iranian economy. Banks fear that they will be cut out of the dollar-based global financial system.

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Greater New York

El Chapo’s Lawyers Cite Traffic in Bid to Move Trial A10A

A judge is considering moving the trial of alleged drug kingpin Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman from Brooklyn to Manhattan after defense lawyers argued the security measures needed to transport him could prejudice potential jurors.

Life & Arts

The Smart Ways to Switch Jobs Quietly A11

More employees, especially millennials, are willing to jump to a new company, but there are many ways that can go wrong.

Opinion

A Foreigner’s Guide to Trade War A15

Celebration and symbols are what Trump wants. You should too.

Business & Finance

Uber Granted New London License by U.K. Court B1

A British court granted Uber a probationary license to operate in London, a victory for the ride-hailing company as it attempts to resolve allegations of corporate misbehavior before its planned initial public offering next year.

Journal Report

How Driverless Cars Are Going to Change Cities R1

Self-driving cars could mean better public transit, more green space and less congestion. But also: more urban sprawl and greater inequality.

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