Friday Top Headlines

Aug. 11, 2017
  • Trump appoints more judges in 200 days than Obama, Bush, Clinton. (The Daily Signal)

  • Trump takes action: 9,000 federal employees slashed in first six months. (The Washington Times)

  • President Trump: Opioid crisis a “national emergency.” (The Weekly Standard)

  • China warns North Korea: You’re on your own if you go after the United States. (The Washington Post)

  • Army short $7 to $9 billion needed to modernize force. (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Judge orders State Department to search accounts for Clinton aides’ Benghazi emails. (The Hill)

  • President Trump says he won’t fire special counsel Robert Mueller. (USA Today)

  • Google cancels meeting on diversity, citing safety concerns for employees. (Paywall — The Wall Street Journal)

  • Castro huddles with Russia as U.S.-Cuba relationship crumbles. (Washington Examiner)

  • Government employees arrested for allegedly selling false IDs to illegal aliens for voter fraud. (CNS News)

  • College student gets 100 days in slammer for registering dead voters for Dems. (Fox News)

  • NY Times editorial writer will proclaim ignorance in response to Palin’s defamation lawsuit. (Hot Air)

  • Policy: The war on free speech turns further left. (Capital Research Center)

  • Policy: Suggestions for a bipartisan approach on health care. (Health Affairs Blog)

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