August 30, 2017

Wednesday Top Headlines

  • Houston mayor imposes citywide curfew to curb looting. (The Hill)

  • UN condemns “outrageous” North Korea missile launch, Pyongyang says more to come. (Reuters)

  • U.S. Navy shoots down test ballistic missile amid rising tension with North Korea. (Washington Examiner)

  • FBI says lack of public interest in Hillary emails justifies withholding documents. (The Washington Times)

  • Democrats’ Russia story hits another dead end. (Power Line)

  • We still have zero evidence that Trump colluded with Russia. (The Federalist)

  • Sarah Palin just lost her lawsuit against the New York Times. (Washington Examiner)

  • James Mattis freezes transgender military ban pending study; troops can still serve. (The Washington Times)

  • Asia Times: ship collisions raise specter of Chinese electronic warfare. (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • White House won’t require firms to report pay by gender, race. (Paywall — The Wall Street Journal)

  • Freedom From Religion Foundation attacks Sen. Marco Rubio’s Bible verse tweets as unconstitutional. (Washington Examiner)

  • Griffin: “No longer sorry” for decapitated Trump head photo. (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Berkeley mayor wants the University of California to cancel “free speech week.” (CNS News)

  • Obama admin hid intel on Iranian militants in Syria to push nuclear deal. (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Policy: Taxes won’t eliminate federal deficits. (E21)

  • Policy: The coming politicalization of the 25th Amendment. (American Enterprise Institute)

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