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President Trump Chooses Brett Kavanaugh for Supreme Court Vacancy A1

President Donald Trump will nominate Brett Kavanaugh to fill the newest vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court, choosing a conservative figure who, if confirmed, could push the court to the right after years of seesaw rulings.

U.S.

U.S. Exporters Will Be a Surprise Loser From Tariff Fight A2

Who’s the biggest loser when tariffs are imposed on imports? The surprising answer, writes Greg Ip: exporters.

World

Macron Tries to Shore Up Support for French Economic Overhaul A6

French President Emmanuel Macron summoned both chambers of parliament to the ornate Palace of Versailles on Monday to defend his first year in office, rejecting claims that his pro-business agenda favors the wealthy.

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The Power Broker Behind Camden, N.J.’s Upswing A8A

George Norcross, an insurance executive and political kingmaker in southern New Jersey, has been a major force behind Camden getting more money in state tax incentives than other cities in the state.

Life & Arts

Supermarkets Deploy Sausage Stations, Dad Jokes to Lure Male Shoppers A9

As more men do the household food shopping, grocery stores roll out guy-friendly amenities and rewards like beer dens, butchery classes, gasoline discounts and dad-humor signage.

Opinion

Dick Durbin’s Supreme Sacrifice A13

Trading Democratic Senate seats to block Trump’s nominee. What could go wrong?

Business & Finance

House Money: Wall Street Is Raising More Cash Than Ever for Its Rental-Home Gambit B1

Financiers who loaded up on homes after the housing bust are buying more, betting high prices and slim inventory will make well-to-do families more willing to rent a house.

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