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

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Drive Time
Here comes the iCar. Apple is accelerating efforts to build its first electric car. According to people familiar with the matter, it has designated it as a “committed project” and set a target date for 2019 to complete the product. Apple’s commitment is a sign that the company sees an opportunity to become a player in the automotive industry by using expertise that it has honed in developing iPhones—in areas such as batteries, sensors and hardware-software integration. However, iPhone fans in New York and Philadelphia might have to wait longer than expected for the latest Apple product. The nation’s two biggest delivery companies are warning that Pope Francis’ visit to the U.S. this week could temporarily disrupt shipments in the Washington, New York and Philadelphia areas.
East Meet West
Ahead of his visit to Seattle today, China’s President Xi Jinping gave a written interview to The Wall Street Journal—the first one with foreign media since Chinese stocks skidded this summer. He defended his government’s economic stewardship and said slowing growth and market fluctuations won’t deter needed reforms. He also played down differences that have unsteadied relations with the U.S. and tried to counter allegations about the cybertheft of trade secrets to benefit Chinese companies. Here is the full interview with Mr. Xi. Meanwhile, our columnist Andrew Browne explains why corporate America’s souring on China could potentially be a bigger threat to superpower relations than military tensions.
Syrian Axis
Russia and Iran have stepped up coordination inside Syria as they move to safeguard President Bashar al-Assad’s control over his coastal stronghold, according to officials in the U.S. and Middle East. Russian surveillance drones have started flying missions over Syria as Moscow sent two dozen more fighter jets to an expanding air base on the coast. And NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg arrived for his first trip to Ukraine yesterday and said he was encouraged by a lull in the fighting. But he called on Russia to take the next step by withdrawing its heavy weapons from the country’s east.
Meaning of Being Lonely
A new study revives old controversies about gender differences and the dangers of playing into stereotypes. Research shows that women and men with certain types of cancer appear to take very different approaches in deciding how to treat their disease. Men were more methodical while women tended to distrust scientific data when deciding how to treat some cancers. In other health news, psychologists have shown that the brains of lonely people respond more negatively to social situations. We look at ways to combat the isolation. And college counseling centers are concerned that they aren’t reaching enough young men. A fresh look at data has prompted a bigger effort to draw them in.
TOP STORIES
U.S.

Clinton to Propose New Rules for Drug Makers

Chicago Faces Tax Increase, Rise in Fees
WORLD

Pope Takes Cautious Stance in Cuba on Dissidents

Kibbutzim Look to Future in High Tech
BUSINESS

Facebook’s Restrictions on User Data Cast a Long Shadow

Volkswagen Emissions Scandal Relates to 11 Million Cars
MARKETS

The New Bond Market: Some Funds Are Not as Liquid as They Appear

Global Stocks Turn Sharply Lower
TODAY'S VIDEO
Amputees Fight Proposed Changes to Prosthetics Coverage
That Was Painless
Nathan Simm, who was born without a fibula, can bike, swim and play soccer with the help of his prosthetic leg. But a Medicare proposal that could influence other insurance providers seeks to limit coverage of lower-limb prosthetics.
NUMBER OF THE DAY
26.1%
The share of college women who say they are sexually assaulted at university by the time they graduate, higher than previous estimates, according to a survey released yesterday that is one of the largest of its kind. (The Association of American Universities polled more than 150,000 students at 27 top universities last spring, as part of a national push to determine how common sexual assault is on campuses and combat the problem.)
QUOTE OF THE DAY
This demonstrates that campaigns and candidates have to be prepared to go the distance, and a one-state campaign can make that difficult.
Tim Albrecht, an adviser to Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad, on Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker bowing out of the race for the Republican presidential nomination.
TODAY'S QUESTION
What are your thoughts on Mr. Walker’s exit? Send your comments, which we may edit before publication, to 10point@wsj.com. Please include your name and location.
—Compiled by Khadeeja Safdar
READER RESPONSE
Responding to yesterday’s question on the outcome of the Greek election, Rick Dawley of North Carolina commented: “I don’t fully understand what the more moderate parties were offering, but I think it a good thing that the Greek people are holding Tsipras responsible for the implementation of the austerity program to which he agreed. Hopefully, it will seem more palatable to the populace to have a socialist reduce entitlements and rationalize regulatory barriers to improving their economy.” And Massimo Piras of Belgium noted, “A disappointment that center-right New Democracy didn’t win, with its plan for a grand coalition. The very slim majority of Syriza’s coalition could very well soon lead to more bailout implementation turbulence.”
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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