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Today's Paper: Europe

Today's Paper Europe

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Russia Dismisses Western Claims That Syria Airstrikes Targeted Rebels A1

Russian warplanes continued airstrikes in Syria, as officials dismissed Western assertions that Moscow wasn’t targeting Islamic State in Syria but was aiming at other opponents of the Assad regime.


Russia Entry Adds New Fuel to Syria War A2

The Kremlin’s first expeditionary war in decades is unlikely to bring the four-year Syrian conflict anywhere closer to an end, writes Yaroslav Trofimov.


A Trumpian Tax Reform A6

Bush’s plan is better for growth, and more politically achievable.

Business & Tech.

Labor Day Deals Boost September Auto Sales B1

September U.S. new-car sales jumped as strong Labor Day weekend deals sweetened results at GM, Ford, Toyota and Fiat Chrysler, which each posted double-digit percentage increases over a year earlier.

Money & Investing

Is Goldman Sachs’ Gary Cohn Ready to Step in for Lloyd Blankfein? B5

Gary Cohn, Goldman Sachs’ second-in-command, whose manner once raised questions about his suitability for the top spot, has evolved into one of Wall Street’s most visible, versatile executives.

Off Duty

Your Top 7 Men’s Style Questions for Fall, Answered W1

Is it gauche to wear boots with a suit? Are puffer vests too bulky if you’re not stick thin? And what are the limits of scarf-based expressionism? Our experts square off. Bonus: Cast your votes in our online poll


Serious Art Lovers Design Homes Around Their Collections W9

Some homeowners are building houses to best showcase video installations and multimedia sculptures