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

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Good morning,
The Doctor Is In
Ben Carson has overtaken Donald Trump as the top pick of GOP presidential primary voters, according to a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News survey. The two outsider frontrunners have more than 50% of the vote between them. Sens. Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz ranked third and fourth, respectively. In the ultimate sign of dissatisfaction with more established Republicans, the poll found more GOP voters said they wouldn’t consider voting for former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush than those who said they would. In the Democratic presidential race, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has solidified her lead, building a 31-point advantage over Sen. Bernie Sanders. No candidate in either field has a more favorable image than Mr. Carson, a political newcomer who wears his inexperience as a badge of honor.
In the Wrong Hands
The Federal Reserve and Treasury Department shut off the flow of billions of dollars into Iraq this summer because of concerns that cash was ending up at sanctioned Iranian banks and being funneled to Islamic Sate militants. When Iraq needs more paper currency, the money is drawn from the country’s account at the Fed and sent to Baghdad. Despite Iraq’s sluggish economy, the amounts of cash have been soaring in recent years. Around June, Iraqi officials reported that three sanctioned Iranian banks had obtained at least millions of dollars. U.S. and Iraqi officials also were concerned that Islamic State had gained access to the auctions that distribute the cash. Just days before Iraq’s central bank was set to run out of dollars in August, the shipments were reinstated. Meanwhile, Iraq’s parliament voted yesterday to block the prime minister from unilaterally passing anticorruption measures and other reforms.
Diesel Dispute
Volkswagen is fighting back against the Environmental Protection Agency. The EPA yesterday leveled fresh emissions-rigging charges against the German auto maker, but VW disputed the claims, revealing a growing rift between U.S. regulators and the embattled company. The EPA said its recent tests found Volkswagen installed devices aimed at manipulating U.S. pollution tests in some Volkswagen, Audi and Porsche diesel-powered vehicles. A notice of violation that the EPA sent Volkswagen yesterday covers roughly 10,000 diesel-powered cars already sold in the U.S. since the 2014 model year. A Volkswagen spokesman said the auto maker didn’t install emissions-test evading software on any of the newly identified vehicles and the company doesn’t plan to halt their sales.
It’s Not Me, It’s You
Bad grammar? Selfishness? Most people will admit to having a list of specific negative qualities that make them reconsider a relationship with a potential mate. Now new research shows that people give more weight to these deal breakers than they do to the positive qualities they hope to find in a person. It’s the relationship version of the economic loss-aversion theory. While it is smart to pay attention to reasonable deal breakers, if you have irrational ones you may risk missing out. Researchers found that women have more deal breakers than men, and those who consider themselves a good catch are also choosier. Take our quiz to find out if you know what daters consider top deal breakers.
WSJ City
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Moss Gathers Fans
That Was Painless
Often trampled, ripped up or ignored elsewhere in the world, moss is getting new attention as a tourist draw in Japan.

Financial Woes Plague Common-Core Rollout

Religious ‘Nones’ Multiply in Both U.S. Political Parties

Russian Airline Adds to Confusion on Cause of Plane Crash

African Migrants Can’t Reach Continent, But Can’t Go Home

Shire to Acquire Dyax for Up to $6.5 Billion

Google Owner Accuses EU of Antitrust About-Face

Oil Price Paradox: Gasoline Could Be Even Cheaper

Dow Pushes Into Positive Territory for 2015
$500 million
The amount George Soros’s firm pulled from Bill Gross’s Janus Capital Group because of poor returns. Soros Fund Management pulled its entire investment.
“In order to allow time for certainty regarding the Nebraska route, TransCanada requests that the State Department pause in its review of the presidential permit application.”
The company behind the Keystone XL pipeline asked the U.S. government to suspend its permit application, throwing the politically fraught project into an indefinite state of limbo, beyond the 2016 U.S. elections.
Going to back to our story above, what are your thoughts on Ben Carson overtaking Donald Trump among GOP voters? Send your comments, which we may edit before publication, to Please include your name and location.
—Compiled by Margaret Rawson
On yesterday’s question about how new-economy companies approach customer service, Jory Berg of Illinois commented, “Have they forgotten that it is the customer that drives their business? No organization, whether in sales or services, can thrive without their revenue-generating customers. In a free-market economy, if consumers become disgruntled with one company, they will simply move on to the next one.” Richard E. Andersen of Virginia wrote, “I prefer the customer service that provides online messenger type communications. It is fast and more efficient with less chance of misunderstanding each other that I find via phone calls. You can also save the conversation for future reference.” And Charlie Kendall of California observed, “The quality of the online experience that a company can provide will determine their effectiveness in attracting new and repeat customers. Ditching personal customer service by hiding, disguising or neglecting to provide a phone number without an easy online customer experience frustrates the consumer and we will not be back to do business with you again.”
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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