Thursday Top Headlines

House GOP passes budget, racist graffiti hoaxes, Social Security spending tops $1T, and more.

Oct. 26, 2017
  • House passes $4T budget in step forward for Trump tax plan (Associated Press)

  • DOJ lifts gag order; former FBI informant can tell Congress about 2010 uranium deal (The Washington Times)

  • Timeline: uranium exec. gave $31.3 million to Clinton Foundation, Russian bank paid $500k to Bill Clinton (CNS News)

  • Watchdog files FEC complaint against Hillary, DNC over Steele dossier funding scheme (The Federalist)

  • Racist graffiti incidents at Eastern Michigan and the University of Maryland were both hoaxes perpetrated by black males (Reason)

  • NAACP warns African Americans about traveling on American Airlines (USA Today)

  • American social media silence Chinese dissident (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Twitter overstated number of users for the past three years (CBS News)

  • Boston’s “fair-wage” pizza shop to close its doors due to lack of profit (The Boston Globe)

  • Social Security Administration spending tops $1 trillion for the first time (CNS News)

  • Policy: The individual mandate is unnecessary and unfair (Manhattan Institute)

  • Policy: When quality education becomes a matter of national security (RealClearEducation)

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