Monday Top Headlines

Sep. 25, 2017
  • Donald Trump rescinds White House invitation to Stephen Curry, NBA’s Warriors (USA Today)

  • NFL players, coaches, owners lock arms, kneel during national anthem (ESPN)

  • Steelers stay in locker room and don’t participate in anthem — except a former Army Ranger who disobeyed his coach (Pittsburgh Tribune Review)

  • Oakland A’s player becomes first MLB player to kneel during national anthem (CBS News)

  • NASCAR draws line on protesting during national anthem (The Washington Times)

  • DHS tells 21 states they were Russia hacking targets before 2016 election (The Hill)

  • Experts say medical care next big cyber threat (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Anthony Weiner sentenced to 21 months in federal prison (The Washington Post)

  • North Korea says rockets to U.S. “inevitable” after Trump dubs Kim “rocket man” (Reuters)

  • Donald Trump alters travel ban to include North Korea, Venezeula, Chad (The Washington Times)

  • Free Speech Week at Berkeley is canceled (The New York Times)

  • Comey’s speech at Howard University interrupted by student protesters (CNS News)

  • Germany’s election — Merkel stumbles (but still wins) (National Review)

  • Nashville church shooting: Masked man kills woman, injures seven in Antioch before usher with a gun stops him (The Tennessean)

  • Betsy DeVos withdraws “Dear Colleague” letter that weaponized Title IX against due process (Reason)

  • HHS Sec. Tom Price’s tab so far: At least 24 private jet flights, more than $300,000 to taxpayers (Hot Air)

  • Policy: Government scorekeepers are wrong. Corporate tax reform would mostly help workers, not the rich. (The Daily Signal)

  • Policy: The “retirement savings gap” is really a government funding gap (Investor’s Business Daily)

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