Monday Top Headlines

Sep. 18, 2017
  • Trump’s UN General Assembly debut to assert his “America First” message (The Washington Times)

  • London terror suspect was a — wait for it — Syrian “refugee” (Daily Mail)

  • U.S. conducts live-fire bombing runs in a message to North Korea (Washington Examiner)

  • North Korea building nuclear submarine to deploy within three years (The Washington Times)

  • Judge blocks sanctuary city defunding (Associated Press)

  • Feds spend $587,441 to make engineering a “safe zone” for LGBTQ students (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • McCain co-sponsors bill to stop military from banning transgenders (CNS News)

  • Newly released emails show Clinton invited Putin to Clinton Foundation event in 2009 (The Daily Wire)

  • Trump administration working toward renewed drilling in Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (The Washington Post)

  • Hobby Lobby displays raw cotton plants in display, claims of racism go viral (The Blaze)

  • Policy: Time to retire social security numbers (Real Clear Policy)

  • Policy: How to give the public confidence in charter schools (National Review)

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