Publius / December 1, 2016

Top Headlines

We save you time by distilling today’s top stories.

Welcome to our retooled Top Headlines section. Our objective is to save you time by reviewing hundreds of news and policy sites every morning. In addition to our top-of-the-fold Right Analysis and Hook summaries, here are more of today’s top stories.

  • Tennessee arson wildfires leave 7 dead. Fortunately, rain has put most fires out. (NBC affiliate)

  • Overwhelmed Border Patrol Agents are spending an increasing amount of time taking care of kids and families instead of enforcing border law. (Washington Free Beacon)

  • Texas Gov. Greg Abbot announced this week that he’s “going to sign a law that bans sanctuary cities.” The timing will undoubtedly sit well with incoming president Donald Trump. (The Hill)

  • Black officer not charged in shooting death of black man who brandished a stolen gun — and didn’t comply with police orders. (Fox News)

  • A Tacoma police officer was fatally shot while responding to a domestic violence call. (The News Tribune)

  • California’s new cow fart regulations stink. (Reason)

  • Fake news alert: A bisexual student in Chicago falsely claimed she was antagonized by “anti-gay” Trump supporters. (Washington Times)

  • Trump vocalizes opposition to flag burning. Naturally, protesters burned flags outside Trump’s hotel. (The Hill)

  • “Far more costly than previously thought”: Thanks in part to Obama’s unilateral rule, taxpayers are projected to dole out $108 billion in student loan forgiveness. (Wall Street Journal)

  • Levi’s prefers defenseless shoppers, bans firearms from its stores. (Pajamas Media)

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